D-II Rankings Hold True for Nation’s Top Four

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

May 17, 2011   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announces the association’s week seven National Team Computer Rankings for the 2011 outdoor track & field season in NCAA Division II. The top five men’s positions and the top four women’s slots remained unchanged from the previous week. This week’s rankings accounts for all eligible marks from the season, and next week’s rankings, prior to the NCAA Championships, will use marks only from those who declared and were accepted into the championships.

On the men’s side, Johnson C. Smith achieved their highest ranking of the season at No. 6 while Emporia State’s men reaches the top ten for the first time this season.

The NCAA will release those accepted into the NCAA Division II Championships on Tuesday, by noon, eastern. Check where they will be announced HERE.

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USTFCCCA

NCAA Division II

Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings

2011 Week #7 – May 17 (using final NCAA POP list)

next ranking: May 24 (using NCAA accepted list only)
Rank School Points Last Week
1 Abilene Christian 232.61 1
2 Lincoln (Mo.) 173.36 2
3 Saint Augustine’s 161.24 3
4 Western State 152.95 4
5 Adams State 146.56 5
6 Johnson C. Smith 142.97 8
7 Central Missouri 115.88 6
8 Ashland 113.18 9
9 Angelo State 109.08 7
10 Emporia State 78.90 11
11 Texas A&M-Kingsville 76.02 10
12 Neb.-Kearney 75.56 15
13 Grand Valley State 74.51 12
14 Southern Connecticut 74.33 24
15 Cal State LA 73.56 13
16 Alaska Anchorage 72.44 16
17 Lake Erie 71.48 14
18 UMass Lowell 60.33 17
19 Findlay 56.73 22
20 Shippensburg 53.45 23
21 MSU Moorhead 51.94 26
22 Western Washington 50.47 19
23 Pittsburg State 50.47 18
24 Indianapolis 49.80 20
25 Fort Hays State 46.13 25
dropped out: No. 21 Chico State
Men’s Conference Index Top 10
Rank Conference Points Top 25 Teams
1 MIAA 513.20 5
2 RMAC 469.60 3
3 Lone Star 456.64 3
4 GLIAC 403.61 4
5 CIAA 354.15 2
6 PSAC 241.48 1
7 Northeast-10 202.93 2
8 NSIC 172.72 1
9 CCAA 160.03 1
10 GNAC 142.54 2

USTFCCCA

NCAA Division II

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings

2011 Week #7 – May 17 (using final NCAA POP list)

next ranking: May 24 (using NCAA accepted list only)
Rank School Points Last Week
1 Grand Valley State 322.94 1
2 Lincoln (Mo.) 227.68 2
3 Adams State 173.90 3
4 Central Missouri 129.26 4
5 Johnson C. Smith 124.63 6
6 UC San Diego 122.37 5
7 Ashland 105.17 7
8 Seattle Pacific 87.97 8
9 Western State 82.67 9
10 Pittsburg State 76.19 10
11 Western Washington 72.13 13
12 New Mexico Highlands 66.90 11
13 Augustana (S.D.) 64.86 19
14 Shippensburg 62.14 15
15 Winona State 60.57 16
16 Cal State Dominguez Hills 60.37 12
17 Saint Augustine’s 59.72 14
18 Slippery Rock 59.33 23
19 Abilene Christian 57.61 17
20 Fort Valley State 55.90 29
21 Nova Southeastern 53.23 21
22 Chico State 52.84 20
23 Virginia State 50.15 28
24 Cal State LA 45.98 18
25 Findlay 44.05 26
dropped out: No. 22 Fort Hays State, No. 24 Angelo State, No. 25 Neb.-Omaha
Women’s Conference Index Top 10
Rank Conference Points Top 25 Teams
1 MIAA
605.23
3
2 GLIAC
539.68
3
3 RMAC
426.22
3
4 CCAA
320.68
4
5 CIAA
247.76
3
6 GNAC
237.97
2
7 NSIC
237.91
2
8 PSAC
222.77
2
9 Lone Star
197.54
1
10 SIAC
114.13
1