2017 NCAA DII Men’s Outdoor Team Rankings – Week 5

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NEW ORLEANSAdams State continued to make its astounding climb towards the top of the NCAA Division II Men’s Computer Team Rankings, released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Tuesday, as the Grizzlies found themselves in 3rd for the first time since the 2015 campaign.

Chico State held onto the top spot for the 5th-straight week, while Ashland crept back into 2nd place after slipping to 3rd a week ago. Tiffin held things down at 4th once again, while Saint Augustine’s jumped to 5th for its highest ranking this year.

NCAA Division II National Team Rankings Top 5 – Men


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But no team in the top-5 has had as meteoric of a rise as Adams State. Coming in at 52nd during the 2nd week of rankings, the Grizzlies have since moved from 8th to 5th to 3rd.

This week, the program’s leap can be attributed to a pair of distance runners who shined bright at the Mt. SAC Relays. Sydney Gidabuday and Kale Adams each recorded NCAA Division II leading marks in their races over the weekend. Gidabuday posted a time of 13:39.94 in the 5000 meters, placing 4th behind 3 NCAA Division I athletes. Adams’ time of 8:49.70 in the steeplechase was good enough for an NCAA Division II Automatic Qualifying mark.

Ashland returned to the spot it held for all but one week so far this year after a slew of strong performances at the Akron-Northeast Ohio Quad meet. Bryn Campbell led the individuals with a hammer throw mark of 65.38m (214-6) that ranks 3rd in the nation (behind his two teammates, Daniel Roberts and Jordan Crayon). Additionally, the Eagles 4×100 relay team put together the 11th-best time on the season at 40.71.

Saint Augustine’s moved up 2 spots after 3 athletes recorded top-6 marks in their respective events in NCAA Division II this year at the Aggie Invitational over the weekend. Omar Johnson and Khari Herbert Jr. ran times of 46.82 (2nd) and 46.87 (3rd) in the 400 meters, respectively, to earn top-5 marks, while Jumonne Exeter’s 15.47m (50-9¼) triple jump leap sits 6th in the nation.

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Lincoln (Mo.) found itself in the top-10 for the 1st time since the end of the 2014 campaign, as the Blue Tigers climbed 12 spots to 6th this week. Faedian Royes (20.85), Stephen Rose (20.93) and Miguel Barton (20.97) wrecked the 200 meter descending order list at the WJC Darrel Gourley Open, posting the 3rd, 5th and 6th-best times, respectively, in NCAA Division II this year. Roberto Smith (10.35) and Jakiel David (10.42) also had strong outings in the 100 meters, as they recorded the 4th and 10th-best times in the nation, respectively.

Grand Valley State (7th) also made a significant jump into the top-10 after sitting 13th a week ago. Missouri Southern (9th) joined them as new faces in the top-10 this week. Angelo State dipped to 8th after peaking at 2nd a week ago, while Texas A&M-Commerce (10th) rounded out the top-10.

Shorter (6th to 11th) and West Texas A&M (9th to 16th) both fell out of the top-10 on the week.

Southern Indiana made its season debut in the top-25 this week, coming in at 22nd. The Eagles jumped 20 spots after Bastian Grau ran a 3:45.14 in the 1500 meters at the Bryan Clay Invite – good for 2nd on the descending order list – while Chase Broughton’s time of 8:57.02 at the Mt. SAC Relays in the steeplechase comes in at 9th in the nation.

The 2017 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be held at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, from May 25-27. Check back at www.USTFCCCA.org each week throughout the season for updated rankings.


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

2017 Week #5 — April 18

next ranking: April 25
Rank Institution Points Conference Head Coach (Yr) Last Week
1 Chico State 169.21 CCAA Oliver Hanf (5th) 1
2 Ashland 158.32 GLIAC Jud Logan (14th) 3
3 Adams State 142.26 RMAC Rock Light (4th) 5
4 Tiffin 138.17 GLIAC Jeremy Croy (17th) 4
5 Saint Augustine’s 132.82 CIAA George Williams (41st) 7
6 Lincoln (Mo.) 123.72 MIAA Victor Thomas (16th) 18
7 Grand Valley State 116.62 GLIAC Jerry Baltes (18th) 13
8 Angelo State 115.54 Lone Star Tom Dibbern (1st) 2
9 Missouri Southern 110.43 MIAA Bryan Schiding (4th) 11
10 Texas A&M-Commerce 102.21 Lone Star George Pincock (1st) 8
11 Shorter 98.96 Gulf South Scott Byrd (10th) 6
12 Central Missouri 94.45 MIAA Kirk Pedersen (21st)/Kip Janvrin (19th) 10
13 Pittsburg State 79.39 MIAA Russ Jewett (29th) 15
14 Academy of Art 78.91 PacWest Kevin LaSure (2nd) 14
15 Minnesota State 76.24 NSIC Jim Dilling (4th) 12
16 West Texas A&M 75.85 Lone Star Darren Flowers (8th) 9
17 Limestone 67.22 Conf. Carolinas Joseph Wassink (3rd) 16
18 Shippensburg 66.81 PSAC Dave Osanitsch (12th) 23
19 Fresno Pacific 65.15 PacWest Ray Winter (3rd) 21
20 Azusa Pacific 56.73 PacWest Kevin Reid (22nd) 35
21 Texas A&M-Kingsville 53.83 Lone Star Ryan Dall (9th) 19
22 Southern Indiana 45.02 GLVC Mike Hillyard (19th) 42
23 Eastern New Mexico 44.42 Lone Star Danielle Kcholi (3rd) 17
24 Western Oregon 43.38 GNAC Mike Johnson (13th) 28
25 Johnson C. Smith 42.54 CIAA Lennox Graham (10th) 25
dropped out: No. 20 Mount Olive, No. 22 CSU-Pueblo, No. 24 Alaska Anchorage
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Men’s Conference Index Top 10
Rank Conference Points Top 25 Teams
1 GLIAC 505.09 3
2 MIAA 485.19 4
3 Lone Star 411.05 5
4 RMAC 306.85 1
5 CCAA 263.79 1
6 PacWest 208.20 3
7 CIAA 175.73 2
8 GLVC 162.32 1
9 NSIC 139.33 1
10 Gulf South 132.95 1


Men’s Regional Index Leaders
Region Institution Points Last Week
Atlantic Shippensburg 507.82 1
Central Minnesota State 418.24 1
East Southern Connecticut 643.86 1
Midwest Grand Valley State 474.05 3
South Shorter 335.14 1
South Central Angelo State 438.54 1
Southeast Mount Olive 482.29 1
West Chico State 645.87 1
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Men’s #EventSquad Leaders (Best Foursome in the Country By Event)

Event Institution Squad Average Squad Total
100 Meters Angelo State 10.44 41.75
200 Meters Lincoln (Mo.) 21.01 1:24.05
400 Meters Saint Augustine’s 47.19 3:08.76
800 Meters Western Oregon 1:51.69 7:26.75
1500 Meters Adams State 3:48.56 15:14.22
Steeplechase Cal Baptist 9:17.55 37:10.21
5000 Meters Adams State 14:06.11 56:24.43
10,000 Meters Adams State 29:32.82 1:58:11.28
110 Meter Hurdles Azusa Pacific 14.66 58.64
400 Meter Hurdles Shorter 53.73 3:34.90
High Jump Minnesota State 2.07m 6-9½ 8.28m 27-2
Pole Vault Sioux Falls 4.97m 16-3½ 19.86m 65-1¾
Long Jump Chico State 7.32m 24-¼ 29.28m 96-¾
Triple Jump Minnesota State 15.04m 49-4¼ 60.17m 197-5
Shot Put Tiffin 17.50m 57-5 70.00m 229-8
Discus Ashland 52.55m 172-5 210.20m 689-7
Hammer Ashland 64.77m 212-6 259.08m 850-0
Javelin Pittsburg State 63.52m 208-4 254.08m 833-7
Decathlon Chico State 7,370 29,479


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2017 Rankings Calendar
Weeks National RankingsRegional Rankings KEY DATES
Week 1Tue 3/21
Tue 3/21
Week 2Tue 3/28
Tue 3/28
Week 3Tue 4/4
Tue 4/4
Week 4Tue 4/11
Tue 4/11
Week 5Tue 4/18
Tue 4/18
Week 6Tue 4/25
Tue 4/25
Week 7Tue 5/2
Tue 5/2
Week 8Tue 5/9
Tue 5/9
Week 9Tue 5/16
Tue 5/16
Week 10Mon 5/22
Mon 5/22
FINAL ResultsSat 5/27

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