KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A pair of road losses suffered
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Nabc rankings feb0315

Nabc rankings feb0315
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  • 1. KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A pair of road losses suffered by lastweek’s top-ranked team has moved the final undefeated team in NCAA Division II, Lincoln Memorial,into the top position in the new NABC/ Division II rankings. The Railsplitters,20-0 on the season,reached the top of the poll after winning games over Brevard and Coker while lastweek’s No.1 team, Indianapolis,lost on the road to Wisconsin-Parkside and Lewis. Lincoln Memorial is in the top spoton the poll for the second time in school history;its previous reign at the top lasted justa week in January 2012. Since that week, the top-ranked team in the nation has come from only three conferences – the Great Lakes Valley Conference,Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference or Mountain East(or previous members ofthe West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference). The next seven spots in the rankings all wentto teams thatalso moved up a spotas a resultof UIndy’s loss,starting with two teams thatwill face off Wednesday,Florida Southern and Barry. Barry, who will hostthe matchup,won the first meeting atFSC. Augustana moved up to fourth and also has a big matchup on tap this week, hosting No.6 Minnesota State-Moorhead Saturday -- a day after facing an 18- 4 Northern State team. Bellarmine is ranked right between the two NSIC teams in fifth. Angelo State is seventh this week, followed by Colorado-Colorado Springs and Indianapolis. The next four spots wentunchanged,starting with West Liberty.at No. 10, followed by Metropolitan State, Tarleton State and Colorado School of Mines. Wisconsin-Parkside handed UIndyits first loss last Thursdayand vaulted six spots to 14th as a result. Mount Olive remained atNo. 15, while BYU-Hawaii moved up a spotto 16th after wins over ranked Azusa Pacific and California Baptistteams lastweek. Ferris State is 17th this week,followed by Indiana (Pa.), Azusa Pacific and Great NorthwestAthletic Conference leader Western Oregon. The final five teams in this week’s poll include four that were outside the top 25 lastweek, headed by No. 21 Lake Superior State. UNC Pembroke dropped to No. 22, while Midwestern State, West Georgia and Central Missouri round outthis week’s rankings. The next poll will be released Feb.10. NABC/Division II Rankings (Feb. 3, 2015 – Poll #10) Record Points Last 1. Lincoln Memorial,Tenn.(14) 20-0 394 2 2. Florida Southern (1) 19-1 381 3 3. Barry, Fla. (1) 17-1 364 4 4. Augustana,S.D. 21-1 352 5 5. Bellarmine,Ky. 18-2 325 6 6. Minnesota State-Moorhead 24-1 324 7 7. Angelo State, Texas 19-1 306 8 8. Colorado-Colorado Springs 19-2 272 9 9. Indianapolis,Ind. 17-2 259 1 10. West Liberty, W.Va. 17-2 252 10 11. Metropolitan State, Colo. 18-3 237 11 12. Tarleton State, Texas 18-2 221 12 13. Colorado School ofMines 17-2 208 13 14. Wisconsin-Parkside 18-2 186 20 15. Mount Olive, N.C. 20-2 178 15 16. BYU-Hawaii 17-2 169 17 17. Ferris State, Mich. 17-3 140 22 18. Indiana,Pa. 18-3 117 21 19. Azusa Pacific, Calif. 18-3 109 14 20. Western Oregon 18-3 100 24 21. Lake Superior State, Mich. 17-3 67 NR 22. UNC Pembroke 18-3 64 19 23. MidwesternState, Texas 17-4 38 NR 24. West Georgia 16-4 32 NR 25. Central Missouri 17-4 25 NR Others receiving votes: California Baptist20,Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) 15, Minnesota State 12, Columbus State (Ga.) 6, Lynn (Fla.) 5, Cal Poly Pomona 4, King (Tenn.) 4, University of the Sciences (Pa.) 4, Southern ConnecticutState 3, Chico State (Calif.) 2, Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 2, American International (Mass.) 1, NorthwestMissouri State 1, Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) 1. Dropped out: California Baptist(16),Minnesota State (18), St. Edward’s (23), Texas A&M-Commerce (25). Records are through games ofSunday, Feb. 1, 2015. National Association of Basketball Coaches NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Rankings 2014-15 Rankings – Feb. 3, 2015 (Poll #10)

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