NAIA Rankings Evolve As Season Nears Its Conclusion

NAIA Rankings Evolve As Season Nears Its Conclusion

NEW ORLEANS — As of today, there are 15 days left until the 2016 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships kick off in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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Starting on May 26, teams will duke it out for national titles and if the National Team Computer Rankings project the team race correctly, Indiana Tech’s programs should hoist the hardware following the final day of competition on May 28. That’s because the Warriors headline the most recent rankings that were released Wednesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

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As it has been most of the season, Indiana Tech’s men hold a commanding lead over the rest of the field. The Warriors tallied 620.91 points this week, more than double the total of second-ranked Concordia (Neb.).

It’s a bit tighter behind the Bulldogs as Doane (Neb.), Wayland Baptist (Texas) and Wiley (Texas) are all separated by 10 points or less. The Tigers jumped from fifth to third, while the Wildcats fell from third to fifth. The Jackrabbits remained in fourth.

Little has changed atop the women’s rankings as Indiana Tech and Concordia (Neb.) are still neck and neck. Further behind is third-ranked Doane (Neb.), followed by fourth-ranked Siena Heights (Mich.) and fifth-ranked Southern-New Orleans (La.).

The rest of the women’s top-10 moved around as Biola (Calif.) is now sixth, Wayland Baptist (Texas) fell to eighth from sixth and The Master’s (Calif.) went from 10th to ninth.

Be sure to check back next Wednesday for the next set of rankings and then on May 24 for the pre-championship edition.

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Men’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings (Top 25)

2015 Week #6 — May 11

next ranking: May 18
Rank Institution Points Conference Head Coach (Yr) Last Week
1 Indiana Tech 620.91 Wolverine-Hoosier Doug Edgar (7th) 1
2 Concordia (Neb.) 303.75 Great Plains Kregg Einspahr (24th) 2
3 Doane (Neb.) 296.44 Great Plains Ed Fye (14th) 5
4 Wayland Baptist (Texas) 288.16 Sooner Athletic Brian Whitlock (1st) 4
5 Wiley (Texas) 286.44 Red River Marlon Baugh (1st) 3
6 Siena Heights (Mich.) 266.01 Wolverine-Hoosier Tim Bauer (32nd) 6
7 British Columbia 216.05 Independent Marek Jedrzejek (15th) 7
8 Saint Mary (Kan.) 209.75 Kansas Collegiate Josh Webb (1st) 8
9 Marian (Ind.) 182.57 Crossroads Mike Holman (4th) 10
10 Eastern Oregon 181.29 Cascade Ben Welch (12th) 14
11 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 170.09 Mid-South Jamaine Gordon (3rd) 9
12 Oklahoma City 165.67 Sooner Athletic Conor Holt (5th) 12
13 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) 155.26 Chicagoland Michael McDowell (15th) 11
14 Briar Cliff (Iowa) 154.61 Great Plains Nate Treinen (9th) 21
15 Southern-New Orleans (La.) 136.49 Gulf Coast Yhann Plummer (3rd) 13
16 Bethel (Ind.) 135.35 Crossroads Tony Natali (18th) 15
17 Cornerstone (Mich.) 131.94 Wolverine-Hoosier Rod Wortley (18th) 18
18 William Carey (Miss.) 127.33 Southern States Ben Smith (4th) 17
19 Carroll (Mont.) 123.77 Frontier Harry Clark (3rd) 24
20 McPherson (Kan.) 122.44 Kansas Collegiate Cameron Magnall (5th) 22
21 Friends (Kan.) 121.87 Kansas Collegiate Damian Smithhisler (4th) 23
22 St. Ambrose (Iowa) 121.69 Chicagoland Dan Tomlin (9th) 19
23 Southern Oregon 115.21 Cascade Grier Gatlin (5th) 16
24 St. Francis (Ill.) 113.43 Chicagoland Jeff Barker (4th) 26
25 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) 113.40 Heart of America Nate Wiens (1st) 20
dropped out: No. 25 Indiana Wesleyan
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Women’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings (Top 25)

2015 Week #6 — May 11

next ranking: May 18
Rank Institution Points Conference Head Coach (Yr) Last Week
1 Indiana Tech 431.76 Wolverine-Hoosier Doug Edgar (7th) 1
2 Concordia (Neb.) 413.88 Great Plains Kregg Einspahr (24th) 2
3 Doane (Neb.) 388.61 Great Plains Ed Fye (14th) 3
4 Siena Heights (Mich.) 362.98 Wolverine-Hoosier Kirk Richards (4th) 4
5 Southern-New Orleans (La.) 269.41 Gulf Coast Yhann Plummer (3rd) 5
6 Biola (Calif.) 249.03 Golden State Sean Henning (1st) 9
7 British Columbia 248.30 Independent Marek Jedrzejek (15th) 7
8 Wayland Baptist (Texas) 242.67 Sooner Athletic Brian Whitlock (1st) 6
9 The Master’s (Calif.) 234.21 Golden State Zach Schroeder (8th) 8
10 Carroll (Mont.) 233.08 Frontier Harry Clark (3rd) 11
11 Friends (Kan.) 215.63 Kansas Collegiate Cole Davis (5th) 10
12 Hastings (Neb.) 202.87 Great Plains Ryan Mahoney (3rd) 12
13 Aquinas (Mich.) 191.91 Wolverine-Hoosier Dave Wood (20th) 13
14 Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) 176.70 Chicagoland Michael McDowell (15th) 16
15 Wiley (Texas) 154.62 Red River Marlon Baugh (1st) 15
16 Northwest Christian (Ore.) 153.72 Cascade George Walcott (3rd) 14
17 St. Francis (Ill.) 140.59 Chicagoland Jeff Barker (4th) 17
18 College of Idaho 129.14 Cascade Pat McCurry (12th) 33
19 St. Ambrose (Iowa) 111.99 Chicagoland Dan Tomlin (9th) 24
20 Missouri Baptist 110.71 American Midwest Patricia Hanna (6th) 20
21 Westmont (Calif.) 107.34 Golden State Russell Smelley (37th) 19
22 Dillard (La.) 106.76 Gulf Coast Bobby Williams (7th) 18
23 Brenau (Ga.) 100.25 Southern States 21
24 Shawnee State (Ohio) 89.10 Mid-South Eric Putnam (10th) 22
25 Taylor (Ind.) 86.80 Crossroads David Neville (2nd) 23
dropped out: No. 25 Oklahoma City
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