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2018 NCAA DII Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Rankings – Week 2

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NEW ORLEANS – The newest batch of U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) NCAA Division II National Team Rankings gives a slight lead at the top of the heap to a program who hasn’t been in first place since 2015.

Texas A&M-Kingsville leapfrogged Chico State for the top spot in the rankings – announced the USTFCCCA on Tuesday – after a strong showing at the ACU Wes Kittley Invitational this past weekend.

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While there, the Javelina saw Javier Lopez hit an NCAA Division II Automatic Qualifying Mark in the 110 hurdles with a Descending Order List-leading 13.67. In addition to Lopez’ mark that tops the Descending Order List, Richard Cervantes also now leads the nation in the shot put with a mark of 18.15m (59- 6¾), set at the same meet.

Chico State slipped to second after having an off weekend.

Angelo State and Saint Augustine’s both jumped in the rankings, as the Rams sit in third after placing fourth a week ago, while the Falcons jumped four spots to fourth.

The Rams hit an NCAA Division II Automatic Qualifying Marks at the ACU Wes Kittley Invitational, as Nils Fischer posted the top javelin throw in all of NCAA Division II so far this season a 71.40m (234-3). The Angelo State 4×400 relay team also ran a 3:11.43, good for third on the NCAA Division II Descending Order List.

Saint Augustine’s benefitted from a solid outing by Jumonne Exeter in the triple jump at the Weems Baskin Relays. The senior notched a mark of 15.20m (49-10½) that puts him at fourth on the Descending Order List.

Rounding out the top-five was West Texas A&M. The Buffs were out in full force at the ACU Wes Kittley Invitational, where Quinton Sansing (400) and Abraham Seaneke (long jump) posted the top marks in NCAA Division II this season in their respective events.

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The rest of the top-10 featured a mix of familiar faces and new teams.

Alabama-Huntsville held its ground in sixth place for the second-consecutive week thanks to three top-10 NCAA Division II Descending Order Marks hit at the Mississippi State Bulldog Relays.

Ashland also stayed put in the top-10, coming in at 10th once again.

However, Azusa Pacific and Colorado Mines made significant pushes into the top-10 after solid outings over the weekend.

Azusa Pacific moved up 22 spots to seventh after Miles Poullard and James Jones recorded the second-best marks in the high jump and shot put, respectively, in NCAA Division II this year. Chad Ponciano added the third-best decathlon mark to the Cougars’ portfolio.

Colorado Mines found itself in the top-10 for the first time since the seventh week of the 2016 season after Kevin Thompson (800), Jake Pinkston (pole vault) and Chase McLean (decathlon) all hit top-four Descending Order Marks on the weekend at the Mines Nature’s Bakery Invite.

Pittsburg State remained in the top-10, but fell from third to eighth after not competing on the week.

The NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, on May 24-26.

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USTFCCCA National TFRI: Track & Field Rating Index

2018 Week #2 - March 27th

National
Rank
 TeamPointsConferenceRegionCHANGE
1texas-am-kingsvilleTEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE172.83Lone StarSouth Central▲1
(LW: 2)
2chico-stateCHICO STATE166.96CCAA (1)West▼1
(LW: 1)
3angelo-stateANGELO STATE160.38Lone Star (1)South Central▲1
(LW: 4)
4saint-augustinesSAINT AUGUSTINE'S100.23CIAA (1)Atlantic▲4
(LW: 8)
5west-texas-amWEST TEXAS A&M97.45Lone StarSouth CentralNR
6alabama-huntsvilleALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE92.79GSC (1)South◀▶
(LW: 6)
7azusa-pacificAZUSA PACIFIC90.14PacWest (1)West▲22
(LW: 29)
8pittsburg-statePITTSBURG STATE87.95MIAA (1)Central▼5
(LW: 3)
9colo-school-of-minesCOLO. SCHOOL OF MINES83.26RMAC (1)South Central▲18
(LW: 27)
10ashlandASHLAND82.53GLIACMidwestNR
11texas-am-commerceTEXAS A&M-COMMERCE80.64Lone StarSouth Central▲35
(LW: 46)
12unc-pembrokeUNC PEMBROKE77.18Peach BeltSoutheast▼5
(LW: 7)
13concordia-oreCONCORDIA (ORE.)75.70GNAC (1)West▼4
(LW: 9)
14uc-san-diegoUC SAN DIEGO70.94CCAAWest▼9
(LW: 5)
15cal-state-laCAL STATE LA65.76CCAAWest▲1
(LW: 16)
16adams-stateADAMS STATE64.08RMACSouth Central▼5
(LW: 11)
17queens-n-cQUEENS (N.C.)63.78SAC (1)Southeast▼7
(LW: 10)
18lee-tennLEE (TENN.)56.44Gulf SouthSouth▼1
(LW: 17)
19academy-of-artACADEMY OF ART54.47PacWestWest▼7
(LW: 12)
20cal-state-stanislausCAL STATE STANISLAUS52.95CCAAWest▲1
(LW: 21)
21central-washingtonCENTRAL WASHINGTON52.35GNACWest▲57
(LW: 78)
22uc-colorado-springsUC-COLORADO SPRINGS51.53RMACSouth Central▼2
(LW: 20)
23columbus-stateCOLUMBUS STATE51.34Peach BeltSoutheast▼9
(LW: 14)
24eastern-new-mexicoEASTERN NEW MEXICO46.87Lone StarSouth CentralNR
25csu-puebloCSU-PUEBLO46.22RMACSouth Central▲3
(LW: 28)
26missouri-southernMISSOURI SOUTHERN44.21MIAACentralNR
27tarleton-stateTARLETON STATE40.91Lone StarSouth Central▲27
(LW: 54)
28cal-poly-pomonaCAL POLY POMONA39.40CCAAWest▼6
(LW: 22)
29humboldt-stateHUMBOLDT STATE38.18CCAAWest▼11
(LW: 18)
30embry-riddle-flaEMBRY-RIDDLE (FLA.)37.79Peach Belt (1)South▲3
(LW: 33)
31slippery-rockSLIPPERY ROCK36.65PSACAtlantic▼16
(LW: 15)
32concordCONCORD35.32Mountain EastAtlantic▼8
(LW: 24)
33southern-arkansasSOUTHERN ARKANSAS34.05Great American (1)Central▼20
(LW: 13)
34emporia-stateEMPORIA STATE31.15MIAACentral▼3
(LW: 31)
35mount-oliveMOUNT OLIVE30.95Conf. Carolinas (1)Southeast▲51
(LW: 86)
36benedictBENEDICT30.66SIAC (2)South▼11
(LW: 25)
37western-coloradoWESTERN COLORADO29.59RMACSouth Central▼1
(LW: 36)
38nova-southeasternNOVA SOUTHEASTERN29.50Peach BeltSouth▼4
(LW: 34)
39walshWALSH28.26G-MAC (1)MidwestNR
40western-washingtonWESTERN WASHINGTON26.12GNACWest▼8
(LW: 32)
41simon-fraserSIMON FRASER25.72GNACWest▲16
(LW: 57)
42claflinCLAFLIN24.59SIACSouth▲41
(LW: 83)
43saint-leoSAINT LEO24.44SunshineSouth▲9
(LW: 52)
44johnson-c-smithJOHNSON C. SMITH24.40CIAAAtlantic▼1
(LW: 43)
45morehouseMOREHOUSE24.16SIAC (1)South▼3
(LW: 42)
46central-stateCENTRAL STATE23.61SIACSouth▼7
(LW: 39)
47montevalloMONTEVALLO22.81GSCSouth▼6
(LW: 41)
48wingateWINGATE22.41SACSoutheast▲17
(LW: 65)
49missouri-stMISSOURI S&T22.21GLVC (1)Midwest▼1
(LW: 48)
50kutztownKUTZTOWN22.04PSACAtlantic▼20
(LW: 30)
51lemoyne-owenLEMOYNE-OWEN21.79SIACSouth▼13
(LW: 38)
52fort-hays-stateFORT HAYS STATE21.42MIAACentral▼12
(LW: 40)
53colorado-christianCOLORADO CHRISTIAN20.72RMACSouth Central▼4
(LW: 49)
54indiana-paINDIANA (PA.)20.67PSACAtlanticNR
55colorado-mesaCOLORADO MESA20.43RMACSouth CentralNR
56st-thomas-aquinasST. THOMAS AQUINAS19.02East Coast (1)East▼9
(LW: 47)
57christian-brothersCHRISTIAN BROTHERS18.92Gulf SouthSouth▲30
(LW: 87)
58cedarvilleCEDARVILLE18.19G-MACMidwestNR
59west-alabamaWEST ALABAMA18.02Gulf SouthSouth▲20
(LW: 79)
60hardingHARDING17.75Great AmericanCentral◀▶
(LW: 60)
61edinboroEDINBORO17.67PSACAtlantic▼26
(LW: 35)
62neb-kearneyNEB.-KEARNEY17.01MIAACentralNR
63northwest-nazareneNORTHWEST NAZARENE16.41GNACWest▲7
(LW: 70)
64southern-indianaSOUTHERN INDIANA15.78GLVCMidwestNR
65shorterSHORTER14.57Peach BeltSouth▲6
(LW: 71)
66limestoneLIMESTONE14.41Conf. CarolinasSoutheast▼22
(LW: 44)
67augustaAUGUSTA13.99Peach BeltSoutheast▲26
(LW: 93)
68charleston-w-vaCHARLESTON (W.VA.)13.88Mountain East (1)Atlantic▼31
(LW: 37)
69rogers-stateROGERS STATE13.68Great AmericanSouth Central▼14
(LW: 55)
70saint-martinsSAINT MARTIN'S13.07GNACWest▼19
(LW: 51)
71oklahoma-baptistOKLAHOMA BAPTIST12.40Great AmericanCentral▼26
(LW: 45)
72north-greenvilleNORTH GREENVILLE12.16Conf. CarolinasSoutheast▲27
(LW: 99)
73fresno-pacificFRESNO PACIFIC11.93PacWestWest▼47
(LW: 26)
74dallas-baptistDALLAS BAPTIST11.02Independent (DII)South CentralNR
75mansfieldMANSFIELD8.99PSACAtlantic▼3
(LW: 72)
76northwood-michNORTHWOOD (MICH.)8.80GLIACMidwestNR
77notre-dame-ohioNOTRE DAME (OHIO)8.79Mountain EastAtlantic▼24
(LW: 53)
78chadron-stateCHADRON STATE7.98RMACSouth CentralNR
79msu-denverMSU DENVER7.89RMACSouth Central▼10
(LW: 69)
80lenoir-rhyneLENOIR-RHYNE6.97SACSoutheast▼7
(LW: 73)
81spring-hill-alaSPRING HILL (ALA.)6.72SIACSouth▲7
(LW: 88)
82washburnWASHBURN5.96MIAACentral▼26
(LW: 56)
83southern-wesleyan-s-cSOUTHERN WESLEYAN (S.C.)5.62Conf. CarolinasSoutheast▼22
(LW: 61)
84hillsdaleHILLSDALE5.61G-MACMidwestNR
85tampaTAMPA5.57SunshineSouth▼22
(LW: 63)
86alaska-anchorageALASKA ANCHORAGE5.22GNACWest▼22
(LW: 64)
87black-hills-stateBLACK HILLS STATE4.93RMACSouth CentralNR
88bartonBARTON4.45Conf. CarolinasSoutheast▼29
(LW: 59)
89virginia-stateVIRGINIA STATE4.40CIAAAtlantic▼21
(LW: 68)
90concordia-califCONCORDIA (CALIF.)4.22PacWestWest▼24
(LW: 66)
91east-stroudsburgEAST STROUDSBURG3.56PSACAtlantic▼33
(LW: 58)
92central-missouriCENTRAL MISSOURI3.33MIAACentralNR
93seton-hillSETON HILL2.99PSACAtlantic▼31
(LW: 62)
94lincoln-moLINCOLN (MO.)2.52MIAACentralNR
95florida-techFLORIDA TECH2.13Peach BeltSouth▼19
(LW: 76)
96wayne-state-nebWAYNE STATE (NEB.)1.86NSICCentralNR
97glenville-stateGLENVILLE STATE1.72Mountain EastAtlantic▼20
(LW: 77)
98biola-califBIOLA (CALIF.)1.52PacWestWest▲4
(LW: 102)
99south-dakota-minesSOUTH DAKOTA MINES1.33RMACSouth Central▼18
(LW: 81)
100mississippi-collegeMISSISSIPPI COLLEGE1.31Gulf SouthSouth▼25
(LW: 75)
101western-oregonWESTERN OREGON1.30GNACWest▼10
(LW: 91)
102franklin-pierceFRANKLIN PIERCE1.12Northeast-10EastNR
103adelphiADELPHI1.10Northeast-10EastNR
104cokerCOKER1.09SACSoutheast▼4
(LW: 100)
105alderson-broaddusALDERSON BROADDUS0.92G-MACMidwest▼8
(LW: 97)
106william-jewellWILLIAM JEWELL0.40GLVCMidwestNR
107oklahoma-christianOKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN0.38Great AmericanSouth Central▼15
(LW: 92)
108northwest-missouriNORTHWEST MISSOURI0.35MIAACentral◀▶
(LW: 108)
109west-liberty-stateWEST LIBERTY STATE0.30Mountain EastAtlantic▼29
(LW: 80)
110cal-state-east-bayCAL STATE EAST BAY0.15CCAAWest▼6
(LW: 104)
111michigan-techMICHIGAN TECH0.14GLIACMidwest▼15
(LW: 96)
112west-virginia-wesleyanWEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN0.08Mountain EastAtlantic▼38
(LW: 74)
113lincoln-memorialLINCOLN MEMORIAL0.07SACSoutheast▼23
(LW: 90)
114davis-and-elkinsDAVIS AND ELKINS0.04G-MACMidwest▼20
(LW: 94)
115illinois-springfieldILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD0.02GLVCMidwest▼14
(LW: 101)
115anderson-s-cANDERSON (S.C.)0.02SACSoutheast▼7
(LW: 108)

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2018 Rankings Calendar
Weeks National TFRIRegional TFRIConfernce TFRI#EventSquad KEY DATES
Week 1Tue 3/20
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Feb. 15: First Qualifying Date
Week 2Tue 3/27
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Apr. 13-14: SAC Champs
Week 5Tue 4/17
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Apr. 19-21: Conference Championships Weekend II
Week 6Tue 4/24
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Apr. 27-29: Conference Championships Weekend III
Week 7Tue 5/1
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May 11-12: GNAC Championships
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May 13: Last Qualifying Date
Week 10Mon 5/21
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