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Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 Texas A&M (10) 487 16
2 Oklahoma State (9) 478 1
3 Wake Forest (1) 440 11
4 Alabama 390 19
5 Florida (1) 356 10
6 Georgia Tech 341 18
T7 Baylor 328 4
T7 Oklahoma 328 3
9 Kentucky 293 NR
10 Texas Tech 285 22
11 Auburn 271 13
12 Vanderbilt 263 2
13 Kent State 233 T23
14 Illinois 220 5
15 Arizona State 203 21
16 Arkansas 195 NR
17 Duke 187 NR
18 Missouri 183 NR
19 LSU 171 7
20 Texas 148 6
21 BYU 146 NR
22 Marquette 104 NR
T23 Southern California 93 8
T23 Florida State 73 20
25 Saint Mary's (CA) 67 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:   Clemson (#17), Georgia (#25), Oregon (#9), Pepperdine (#T23), Stanford (#14), UNLV (#12), Virginia (#15)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Clemson, 60; Colorado State, 56; Oregon, 52; UNLV, 44, USF, 35; Stanford, 34; NC State, 29; Virginia, 28; Utah, 25; Ole Miss, 21; Colorado, 18; Tennessee, 18; South Carolina, 17; UCF, 12; Mississippi State, 12; California, 11; North Carolina, 10; Arizona, 9; Kansas, 8; Washington, 8; Pepperdine, 7; UCLA, 7; West Virginia, 6; Northwestern, 5; Notre Dame, 4; Michigan State, 2; UMKC, 2; North Florida, 1; Wyoming, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 West Florida (17) 425 2
2 Lynn 382 4
3 Florida Southern 365 1
4 Barry 313 3
5 Nova Southeastern 307 11
6 Florida Tech 277 5
7 Limestone 252 NR
8 Newberry 218 6
9 USC Aiken 209 13
T10 Columbus State 176 NR
T10 Saint Leo 176 16
12 Arkansas Tech 175 10
13 California Baptist 162 8
14 CSU Monterey Bay 152 9
15 Chico State 150 20
16 Lee 126 15
17 North Alabama 107 7
18 CU-Colorado Springs 94 NR
19 Central Missouri 92 14
20 Simon Fraser 91 NR
21 Central Oklahoma 84 NR
22 Missouri - St. Louis 77 18
23 Lander 70 17
24 Grand Valley State 61 NR
25 Rollins 51 22
       
Dropped From Ranking:  CSU East Bay (#19), Ferris State (#12), Lincoln Memorial (#21), Stanislaus State (#T24), Western Washington (#T24), Young Harris (#23)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Lincoln Memorial, 50; Sonoma Staet, 48; Valdosta State, 47; Carson-Newman, 46; Oklahoma Christian, 45; Ferris State, 43; Flagler, 42; Texas A&M Commerce, 36; CSU East Bay, 34; Stanislaus State, 34; Georgia College, 29; St. Edward's, 29; Indianapolis, 28; Mount Olive, 24; Young Harris, 23; Coker, 20; Missouri Western State, 20; Dallas Baptist, 18; Livingstone, 18; Cameron, 17; Christian Brothers, 17; Lenoir Rhyne, 17; Regis, 16; St. Mary's (TX) 16; Bellarmine, 15; Washburn, 15; West Texas A&M, 15; Arkansas-Fort Smith, 13; Wayne State (MI), 13; West Georgia, 13; Colorado School of Mines, 12; Belmont Abbey, 11; Malone, 10; Western Washington, 10; Colorado Christian, 9; Colorado State-Pueblo, 9; Erskine, 8; Newman, 8; Lindenwood, 7; Midwestern State, 7; Tusculum, 7; Findlay, 6; North Georgia, 6; Winona State, 6; Charleston, 4; Saginaw Valley State, 4; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 4; Clayton State, 2; Harding, 1; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 UT Tyler (16) 496 1
2 Huntingdon 452 5
3 Emory (2) 421 7
4 Illinois Wesleyan 420 9
5 Methodist 392 3
6 Guilford (1) 361 4
7 Concordia (TX) 344 18
8 Wittenberg 282 2
9 Washington & Lee 281 15
10 Sewanee 271 25
11 Greensboro 269 6
12 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 242 10
13 Oglethorpe 211 11
14 Hope 202 13
15 Rhodes 197 8
16 Mary Hardin-Baylor 152 12
17 Saint John's (MN) 136 16
18 Chapman (1) 116 NR
19 Berry 105 17
20 Southwestern (TX) 94 NR
21 La Verne 85 19
22 Rochester 60 NR
23 LaGrange 58 14
24 California Lutheran 57 NR
T25 Ohio Wesleyan 52 NR
T25 Willamette 52 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:   Christopher Newport (#23), Gustavus Adolphus (#20), Skidmore (#21), St. Thomas (MN) (#24), Williams (#22)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Gustavus Adolphus, 50; Kenyon, 50; St. Thomas (MN), 50; Calvin, 44; Transylvania, 43; Hampden-Sydney, 42; Carnegie Mellon, 38; Williams, 30; Redlands, 28; Webster, 28; Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 27; Occidental, 26; Texas Lutheran, 22; Trinity (CT), 20; Christopher Newport, 19; North Carolina Wesleyan, 17; Centre, 16; Pacific Lutheran, 16; RPI, 14; Skidmore, 13; Augsburg, 12; Trinity (TX), 12; Maryville, 8; Middlebury, 8; St. John Fisher, 8; Babson, 7; Birmingham-Southern, 7; Franklin, 5; DePauw, 4; NYU, 4; Otterbein, 4; Allegheny, 3; Carthage, 3; Ferrum, 3; George Fox, 3; Pomona-Pitzer, 3; McDaniel, 2; Mount St. Joseph, 2; Piedmont, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 Oklahoma City (10) 250 1
2 Texas Wesleyan 234 2
3 Dalton State 199 3
4 Wayland Baptist 192 6
5 Johnson & Wales (FL) 176 7
6 Keiser 170 5
7 Coastal Georgia 145 19
T8 British Columbia 134 11
T8 Northwestern Ohio 134 22
10 Victoria 128 20
11 Cardinal Stritch 124 8
12 Arizona Christian 123 14
13 William Woods 114 9
14 South Carolina Beaufort 113 17
15 Taylor 104 15
16 Grand View 98 4
17 Oregon Tech 92 NR
18 The Master's University 82 13
19 William Jessup 48 10
20 Bellevue 47 NR
21 Mount Mercy 43 24
22 Our Lady of the Lake 37 12
T23 Corban 36 NR
T23 Lindsey Wilson 36 23
25 Southeastern (FL) 30 16
       
Dropped From Ranking:  Madonna (#18), Northwestern (IA) (#21), Oklahoma Wesleyan (#25)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Kansas Wesleyan, 28; William Carey, 2; Lewis-Clark State, 24; Rocky Mountain, 23; Tennessee Wesleyan, 21; Missouri Valley, 19; Northwestern (IA), 19; SCAD Atlanta, 19; Reinhardt, 18; Point, 17; Morningside, 16; SCAD Savannah, 15; Lawrence Tech, 13; Madonna, 13; St. Gregory's, 13; Marian (IN), 11; Webber International, 11; Marymount (CA), 10; St. Ambrose, 9; Loyola - New Orleans, 8; Culver Stockton, 6; Embry-Riddle (AZ), 6; Indiana Wesleyan, 4; Oklahoma Wesleyan, 4; University of the Cumberlands, 2; Northwest Christian, 2; Columbia College, 1; William Penn, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 Indian Hills (5) 59 1
2 Midland (1) 55 4
3 New Mexico JC 42 9
T4 Iowa Western 31 T5
T4 Western Texas 31 8
6 Hutchinson 26 10
7 Eastern Florida State 23 3
8 Dodge City 17 T5
9 McLennan 15 7
10 Wallace State 13 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Odessa    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Central Alabama, 10; Odessa, 7; Eastern Arizona, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous
1 Mississippi Gulf Coast (7) 78 1
2 South Mountain 68 3
3 Murray State (OK) 61 2
4 Tyler JC (1) 49 5
5 Meridian 41 6
6 Mesa 33 4
7 Kirkwood 29 7
8 Southeast CC 28 9
9 Copiah Lincoln 23 8
10 Parkland 21 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking: Illinois Central (#10)  
       
Others Receiving Votes: Illinois Central, 7; Kansas City Kansas CC, 6; Walters State, 3; Black Hawk, 2; Des Moines Area, 2.

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