Adams State Takes Over Post as No. 1 Men’s Team in Division II

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

February 18, 2010   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Monday evening the latest indoor track & field national team rankings for NCAA Division II. The men of Adams State (284.09) took over the No. 1 spot after a flood of great distance performances by the Grizzlies which included senior Aaron Braun’s 13:43.22 run over 5000 meters at the UW Husky Classic in Seattle this past weekend. Braun’s time is the all-division collegiate leader at this point of the season. In the women’s rankings Lincoln (Mo.) continues as the No. 1 team in the nation with 244.98 ranking points, over 60 points ahead of No. 2 Grand Valley State.

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Men’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Rankings

2010 Week #3 – February 16

Rank
School
Points Last Week
1 Adams State 284.09 2
2 Saint Augustine’s 242.83 1
3 Central Missouri 122.97 4
4 Ashland 112.49 9
5 Lincoln (Mo.) 101.70 7
6 Emporia State 98.39 5
7 Abilene Christian 94.15 3
8 Pittsburg State 77.80 8
9 Missouri S&T 69.49 16
10 UMass Lowell 59.38 10
11 Bowie State 58.96 24
12 American International 58.63 6
13 Minnesota State 54.43 19
14 Indiana (Pa.) 52.77 11
15 Findlay 52.61 14
16 Southern Connecticut 51.81 15
17 Hillsdale 48.80 13
18 Neb.-Kearney 46.48 20
19 Metro State 44.95 12
20 Colorado Mines 43.41
21 East Stroudsburg 41.33 18
22 Missouri Southern 39.80 22
23 Western Washington 38.39
24 Chadron State 37.04
25 Stonehill 34.25

 

Women’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Rankings

2010 Week #3 – February 16

Rank School Points Last Week
1 Lincoln (Mo.) 244.98 1
2 Grand Valley State 181.57 2
3 Ashland 122.27 4
4 Neb.-Omaha 118.36 3
5 Adams State 110.03 5
6 Saint Augustine’s 94.38 7
7 Central Missouri 84.51 8
8 Seattle Pacific 83.51 9
9 Abilene Christian 73.72 11
10 Johnson C. Smith 68.90 15
11 St. Cloud State 64.78 10
12 Shippensburg 62.81 6
13 Missouri Southern 58.16 17
14 Minnesota State 56.37 13
15 Queens (N.C.) 50.65 14
16 Winona State 49.21 12
17 Cal State LA 47.78 25
18 Fort Hays State 47.72 16
19 Findlay 44.63
20 UMass Lowell 43.49 21
21 Southern Connecticut 38.63 22
22 Western Washington 38.56 24
23 Wayne State (Neb.) 37.14 18
24 Indiana (Pa.) 32.59 23
25 Emporia State 32.46 20