Barry Stays No. 1 in Division II GCAA Coaches Poll

NORMAN, Okla. – Two-time defending national champion Barry stayed at No. 1 in the first regular season GCAA Division II Coaches Poll. Barry received nine first-place votes.

Nova Southeastern moved up a spot to No. 2 and is followed by South Carolina-Aiken, Lynn and Chico State. South Carolina-Aiken received three first-place votes, Lynn one and Chico State two. The remaining first-place votes went to sixth ranked CSU-Monterey Bay and No. 9 Central Oklahoma with three and one, respectively.

Colorado-Colorado Springs, Western Washington and Simon Fraser moved into the rankings at Nos. 23-25 while Hawaii-Hilo, IUP and Rollins fell out of the top 25.

Division II - October 3, 2014

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Barry (9) 444 1
2 Nova Southeastern 399 3
3 South Carolina-Aiken (3) 394 7
4 Lynn (1) 388 5
5 Chico State (2) 369 4
6 CSU-Monterey Bay (3) 338 2
7 West Florida 295 8
8 North Alabama 286 10
9 Central Oklahoma (1) 256 22
10 Columbus State 238 12
11 Central Missouri 235 6
12 CSU-Stanislaus 202 T16
13 Flagler 200 T16
14 Armstrong State 184 9
15 Western New Mexico 154 18
16 Florida Institute of Technology 147 T14
17 Malone 146 11
18 Florida Southern 142 T14
19 Saint Leo 109 24
20 Georgia College 102 20
21 St. Edward's 101 13
22 Missouri - St. Louis 90 23
23 Colorado-Colorado Springs 79 NR
24 Western Washington 73 NR
25 Simon Fraser 66 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Hawaii-Hilo (#19); Indiana University of Pennsylvania (#21); Rollins (#25)
       
Others Receiving Votes: West Georgia, 60; Hawaii-Hilo, 58; Arkansas Tech, 55; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 54; Erskine, 44; Lee, 42; Delta State, 40; Sonoma State, 40; Cameron, 38; Colorado Christian, 27; Colorado School of Mines, 27; Saint Thomas Aquinas, 24; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 22; Rollins, 20; California Baptist, 19; Limestone, 16; St. Mary's (TX), 14; Henderson State, 12; Indianapolis, 12; Valdosta State, 12; North Greenville, 11; West Texas A&M, 10; Georgia Southwestern State, 9; Clayton State, 7; CSU-San Bernardino, 6; Lander, 6; Newberry, 6; Oklahoma Christian, 6; Nebraska-Kearney, 5; Queens University of Charlotte, 5; Saginaw Valley State, 5; Drury, 4; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 4; Dixie State, 3; Northeastern State, 3; Southern Nazarene, 3; Wayne State (MI), 3; Grand Valley State, 2; Bellarmine, 1; Montevallo, 1; Tiffin, 1; West Alabama, 1.