D-II National Cross Country Rankings: Week 8, November 10

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

November 10, 2010   

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… The women’s national rankings has two new members to the top ten and five in the top 25 … Grand Valley State takes back the No. 1 post that they twice held earlier in the season … Western State surges from No. 6 to No. 2 via their victory over Adams State at last weekend’s RMAC Championships …

… On the men’s side, there was only one change to the top ten as Western Washington bumps up a spot from No. 11 … Western Oregon was the big gainer, going up seven spots to No. 16.

… Regional Championships in Division II will be held on Saturday, November 20.

USTFCCCA

NCAA Division II

Men’s Cross Country National Team Rankings

2010 Week #8, November 10

next ranking: November 24 (final regular season)
Rank Institution Region Conference Location
Last Week
1 Adams State Central RMAC Alamosa, Colo.
1
2 Western State Central RMAC Gunnison, Colo.
2
3 Colorado Mines Central RMAC Golden, Colo.
3
4 Chico State West CCAA Chico, Calif.
4
5 Grand Valley State Midwest GLIAC Allendale, Mich.
5
6 Shippensburg Atlantic PSAC Shippensburg, Pa.
6
7 Queens (N.C.) Southeast Conf. Carolinas Charlotte, N.C.
7
8 Alaska Anchorage West GNAC Anchorage, Alaska
8
9 Lock Haven Atlantic PSAC Lock Haven, Pa.
9
10 Western Washington West GNAC Bellingham, Wash.
11
11 Augustana (S.D.) Central NSIC Sioux Falls, S.D.
13
12 Harding South Gulf South Searcy, Ark.
10
13 UMass Lowell East Northeast-10 Lowell, Mass.
12
14 Edinboro Atlantic PSAC Edinboro, Pa.
14
15 Southern Indiana Midwest GLVC Evansville, Ind.
15
16 Western Oregon West GNAC Monmouth, Ore.
23
17 Central Missouri South Central MIAA Warrensburg, Mo.
17
18 Metro State Central RMAC Denver, Colo.
16
19 Columbus State Southeast Peach Belt Columbus, Ga.
19
20 Abilene Christian South Central Lone Star Abilene, Texas
NR
21 Stonehill East Northeast-10 Easton, Mass.
20
22 Florida Southern South Sunshine Lakeland, Fla.
24
23 Drury Midwest GLVC Springfield, Mo.
NR
24 Cal Poly Pomona West CCAA Pomona, Calif.
NR
25 Ashland Midwest GLIAC Ashland, Ohio
NR
Dropped Out: No. 18 Neb.-Kearney, No. 21 Pittsburg State, No. 22 Tiffin, No. 25 Bellarmine
teams ranked by T.J. Garlatz, Alaska Anchorage

 

USTFCCCA

NCAA Division II

Women’s Cross Country National Team Rankings

2010 Week #8, November 10

next ranking: November 24 (final regular season)
Rank Institution Region Conference Location
Last Week
1 Grand Valley State Midwest GLIAC Allendale, Mich.
2
2 Western State Central RMAC Gunnison, Colo.
6
3 Adams State Central RMAC Alamosa, Colo.
1
4 Shippensburg Atlantic PSAC Shippensburg, Pa.
3
5 Alaska Anchorage West GNAC Anchorage, Alaska
4
6 Chico State West CCAA Chico, Calif.
5
7 Western Washington West GNAC Bellingham, Wash.
8
8 Ferris State Midwest GLIAC Big Rapids, Mich.
9
9 Pittsburg State South Central MIAA Pittsburg, Kan.
11
10 Augustana (S.D.) Central NSIC Sioux Falls, S.D.
18
11 U-Mary Central NSIC Bismarck, N.D.
10
12 Edinboro Atlantic PSAC Edinboro, Pa.
12
13 Minnesota Duluth Central NSIC Duluth, Minn.
7
14 Bellarmine Midwest GLVC Louisville, Ky.
NR
15 Tampa South Sunshine Tampa, Florida
15
16 Midwestern State South Central Lone Star Wichita Falls, Texas
17
17 Southern Indiana Midwest GLVC Evansville, Ind.
14
18 Wayne State (Mich.) Midwest GLIAC Detroit, Mich.
20
19 Queens (N.C.) Southeast Conf. Carolinas Charlotte, N.C.
22
20 Cal Poly Pomona West CCAA Pomona, Calif.
NR
21 Slippery Rock Atlantic PSAC Slippery Rock, Pa.
NR
22 Regis (Colo.) Central RMAC Denver, Colo.
NR
23 Hillsdale Midwest GLIAC Hillsdale, Mich.
NR
24 Ashland Midwest GLIAC Ashland, Ohio
21
25 Missouri Southern South Central MIAA Joplin, Mo.
23
Dropped Out: No. 13 Truman State, No. 16 Kutztown, No. 19 Millersville, No. 24 East Stroudsburg, No. 25 Stonehill
teams ranked by Ray Hoffman, Kutztown