Adams State, Lincoln (Mo.) Remains in D2’s Driver’s Seat

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

February 23, 2010   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Tuesday afternoon the fourth weekly update of the NCAA Division II National Team Rankings for indoor track & field. Adams State sits atop the men’s leaderboard with 278.72 points and with a clear lead ahead of No. 2 Saint Augustine’s (233.12). The Blue Tigers of Lincoln (Mo.) are on top of the women’s standings for the fourth-consecutive week and now have 239.53 points.

Note: Rankings were revised at 2:45 p.m., CT, shortly after the first release.

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National team ranking points are accumulated by using season-best marks, set by teams in the 2010 indoor season through last weekend as reported to the Track & Field Results Reporting System (TFRRS).

The next release of updated rankings for NCAA’s Division II will continue on Tuesday, March 2, and it mark the last national team rankings using all data from TFRRS. The release on March 9 will include only those declared for the NCAA Division II Indoor Championships to be held March 12-13, in Albuquerque, N.M.

Here are some of the best marks from the past weekend:

MEN

  • In the men’s 400, junior Josh Scott clocked 47.38 for No. 2 Saint Augustine’s to capture the new Division II leader in that event.
  • For No. 7 Pittsburg State, senior Jeremy Jackson improved his season best and D2 leading 60-meter hurdle time to 7.91.
  • Freshman Noel James for No. 14 American International leaped to a divisional-best 7-1½ (2.17m) this past weekend.
  • Freshman William Bailey captured the second-best mark in D2 this year for No. 12 Bowie State with a 24-11 (7.59m) mark.

WOMEN

  • Junior Nkeriuke Domike for No. 4 Neb.-Omaha captured a national-leading leap in the triple jump with a 41-10 (12.75m) measure.
  • No. 11 St. Cloud State senior Heather Miller is now No. 2 in the triple jump nationally with a 40-9 (12.42m) mark from last weekend.

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Men’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Rankings

2010 Week #4 – February 23

Rank
School
Points Last Week
1 Adams State 278.72 1
2 Saint Augustine’s 233.12 2
3 Central Missouri 117.01 3
4 Ashland 111.47 4
5 Abilene Christian 101.76 7
6 Emporia State 100.78 6
7 Pittsburg State 91.46 8
8 Lincoln (Mo.) 90.66 5
9 Minnesota State 67.34 13
10 Missouri S&T 63.07 9
11 Indiana (Pa.) 61.20 14
12 Bowie State 56.33 11
13 UMass Lowell 54.89 10
14 American International 54.82 12
15 Hillsdale 52.54 17
16 Findlay 49.57 15
17 Neb.-Kearney 48.01 18
18 Southern Connecticut 45.80 16
19 Metro State 43.51 19
20 Colorado Mines 39.46 20
21 Western Washington 38.53 23
22 Tiffin 36.97
23 Johnson C. Smith 35.23
24 Missouri Southern 34.18 22
25 Stonehill 33.91 25

 

Women’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Rankings

2010 Week #4 – February 23

Rank School Points Last Week
1 Lincoln (Mo.) 239.47 1
2 Grand Valley State 176.36 2
3 Ashland 120.58 3
4 Neb.-Omaha 114.65 4
5 Adams State 112.71 5
6 Seattle Pacific 100.87 8
7 Saint Augustine’s 97.16 6
8 Shippensburg 92.31 12
9 Central Missouri 84.25 7
10 Johnson C. Smith 78.85 10
11 St. Cloud State 78.20 11
12 Abilene Christian 70.19 9
13 Missouri Southern 60.91 13
14 Minnesota State 58.40 14
15 Western Washington 49.99 22
16 Winona State 49.15 16
17 Queens (N.C.) 44.07 15
18 Cal State LA 42.88 17
19 Fort Hays State 40.97 18
20 Findlay 40.55 19
21 UMass Lowell 40.26 20
22 Hillsdale 36.83
23 Wayne State (Neb.) 35.46 23
24 Southern Connecticut 32.17 21
25 Emporia State 31.73 25