NORMAN, Okla. – Nova Southeastern received 11 first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the final fall edition GCAA Division II Coaches Poll.
South Carolina-Aiken received two first-place votes to stay at No. 2, a spot it shared previously with Barry (four first-place ballots) who slipped to third. Chico State stayed at No. 4 and Lynn moved up to fifth after receiving the final first-place nod.
Georgia Southwestern State and Cameron made their debuts in the rankings at T21 and 24, respectively. Armstrong State and Limestone fell from the top 25.
NCAA Division II - 11/14/14
|Rank||University (First Place Votes)||Points||Previous Rank|
|1||Nova Southeastern (11)||440||1|
|2||South Carolina-Aiken (2)||418||T2|
|14||Florida Institute of Technology||190||19|
|T21||Georgia Southwestern State||72||NR|
|Dropped From Ranking: Armstrong State (#21), Limestone (#T23)|
|Others Receiving Votes: Armstrong State, 33; Grand Valley State, 32; Missouri-St. Louis, 31; Tiffin, 28; Lander, 27; Colorado School of Mines, 23; Lake Superior State, 23; CSU-Stanislaus, 22; Indianapolis, 22; Hawaii-Hilo, 20; Western New Mexico, 19; Northeastern State, 17; Saginaw Valley State, 16; Rollins, 15; Southeastern Oklahoma State; 15; St. Edward's, 15; Wayne State (MI), 15; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 13; Lewis, 12; Queens University of Charlotte, 12; Arkansas Tech, 11; Sonoma State, 11; Dixie State, 8; Lincoln Memorial, 7; Valdosta State, 6; St. Thomas Aquinas, 5; Clayton State, 3; Colorado Christian, 3; Southern Nazarene, 3; Carson-Newman, 2; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 2; Lee, 1; Mount Olive, 1; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 1; St. Mary's (TX), 1.|