2019 NCAA DII Cross Country Regional Rankings – Week 6

NEW ORLEANS – With conference champions crowned, the race for automatic bids begin to tighten up in final edition of the NCAA Division II Cross Country Regional Rankings released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Tuesday.

SEE MORE: Conference Championships Weekend Recap

There are three new No. 1 teams and many others climbing the ranks as the next stop in the postseason is Regional Championships Weekend on Saturday, November 9.

MEN

ATLANTIC REGION

There was some movement in the Atlantic Region from Week 5 to Week 6.

While No. 1 Charleston (W.V.) and No. 2 Edinboro remained locked in their places for the seventh straight week, Davis & Elkins moved up one spot to No. 3 following a Mountain East Conference title.

No. 4 Lock Haven moved up two spots after the Bald Eagles placed second at the PSAC Championships to Edinboro. No. 5 Concord rounded out the top-5.

CENTRAL REGION

There was little shifting in the Central Region from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Missouri Southern, No. 2 Augustana (S.D.), and No. 3 Northwest Missouri continued to be the favorites to receive automatic NCAA bids.

However, two new teams make an appearance in the fourth and fifth slots. MSU Moorhead moved up two spots to No. 4 after placing second at the NSIC Championships to Augustana (S.D.). Central Missouri made the biggest climb in the region, moving up four spots to No. 5. The Mules placed third behind Missouri Southern and Northwest Missouri to move back into the top-5 for the first time since 2017.

EAST REGION

The East had a few changes from Week 5 to Week 6, including a new No. 1

Roberts Wesleyan sits at the top of the region due to their 19-point victory at the East Coast Conference Championships. This is the highest regional placement in program history for the Redhawks. American International, the Northeast-10 Conference Champions, climbed up two spots to No. 2, while runner-up Stonehill remained at No. 3.

Southern Connecticut fell three spots to No. 4, while Franklin Pierce moved up two spots to No. 5 after placing fourth at the Northeast-10 Championships.

MIDWEST REGION

The Midwest saw two teams climb up the ranks from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Grand Valley State continued to stay on top following their 18th consecutive GLIAC Championships, while GLIAC runner-up Michigan Tech moved up one spot to No. 2 for their highest placement in program history. The Huskies placed second to the Lakers by 13 points, 44-57.

Saginaw Valley State moved up one spot to No. 4, as the Cardinals were the third place team at the GLIAC Championships, trailing Michigan Tech by 4 points.

No. 3 Southern Indiana and No. 5 Walsh both fell one spot each.

SOUTH REGION

Two teams climbed the South from Week 5 to Week 6, including a new No. 1.

For the first time since 2013, Alabama-Huntsville is the No. 1 team in the region. The Chargers won the Gulf South Conference over now No. 2 Lee (Tenn.), 35-52.

Saint Leo and Embry-Riddle (Fla.) traded places from a week ago to No. 3 and No. 4, respectively. The Lions defeated the Eagles for the Sunshine State Conference Championship, 40-54.

Florida Southern remained at No. 5 with a third place finish at the Sunshine State Championships.

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

There was no movement among the South Central from Week 5 to Week 6.

Colorado School of Mines, Adams State, and Western Colorado sit at No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 respectively. West Texas A&M and UC-Colorado Springs remain in the No. 4 and No. 5 spots.

Mines was dominant in claiming their third RMAC title in program history with 28 points, beating out Adams State (73 points) and Western Colorado (76 points), and UCCS (102 points). West Texas A&M won the Lone Star Conference with 39 points.

SOUTHEAST REGION

The Southeast saw a small shift from Week 5 to Week 6.

Mount Olive, Queens (N.C.), and Augusta sit at No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3, respectively, with each winning their conference championships.

Making their first top-5 appearance this year is No. 4 Flagler, moving up three spots from No. 7. The Saints placed second at the Peach Belt Conference Championships behind team champion Augusta.

With the jump by Flagler, UNC Pembroke fell one spot to No. 5.

WEST REGION

There were some adjustments in the West from Week 5 to Week 5.

No. 1 Chico State remained the top team following a dominant performance to win their 18th straight CCAA Championship. Cal State San Marcos and UC San Diego, placing second and third respectively at the CCAA Championships, sit at No. 2 and No. 3 in the region and traded places from a week ago. This is the Cougars’ best regional ranking in program history.

Western Washington earned a three spot jump to No. 4 after winning the program’s fifth GNAC title and first since 2009. After winning the PacWest Cross Country Championships, Biola (Calif.) moved up one spot to No. 5.

WOMEN

ATLANTIC REGION

There were some changes in the Atlantic Region from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Davis & Elkins and No. 2 Edinboro remained at the top of the region, both winning their respective conference championships. The new No. 3 is West Chester after the Golden Rams placed second at the PSAC Championships, beating out now No. 4 Seton Hill 95-99 in the team standings.

Slippery Rock climbed up two spots from No. 7 to No. 5. The Rock placed fourth at the PSAC Championships to boost them to their first top-5 regional appearance since 2016.

CENTRAL REGION

The Central Region saw some adjustments from Week 5 to Week 6, including a new No. 1.

U-Mary is back in the driver’s seat with the Marauders bringing home their fourth straight title NSIC title. Augustana (S.D.) dropped one spot to No. 2 with their runner-up performance at the NSIC Championships.

Pittsburg State, previously unranked a week ago, vaulted to No. 3. The Gorillas won their third straight MIAA Championship. No. 4 Central Missouri moved up one spot, placing second at the MIAA Conference Championships.

No. 5 Oklahoma Baptist, although winning the Great American Conference for the third straight year, dropped two spots.

EAST REGION

There were a few adjustments in the East from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Roberts Wesleyan, No. 2 Stonehill, No. 3 Southern New Hampshire remained steady for the third week in a row following the results of their conference championships. The Redhawks won their sixth straight ECC title, while the Skyhawks won it’s 18th Northeast-10 Conference Championships, beating the Penmen 36-74.

No. 4 Saint Anselm and No. 5 Adelphi placed third and fourth respectively at the Northeast-10 Championships. The Hawks climbed two spots, while the Panthers fell one following the result.

MIDWEST REGION

There were some adjustments in the Midwest Region from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Grand Valley State and No. 2 Hillsdale remained at the top for the seventh consecutive week. The Lakers scored 17 points as they rolled to their 19th straight GLIAC Championship, and the Chargers reclaimed the GMAC title, topping now No. 3 Walsh 43-46.

Southern Indiana rose three spots to No. 4. The Screaming Eagles captured their 13th overall GLVC title, defeating Southwest Baptist 48-56. The Bearcats fell two spots to come in at No. 5.

SOUTH REGION

Some changes occurred in the South from Week 5 to Week 6.

While No. 1 Lee (Tenn.) and No. 2 Tampa remained steady for the sixth straight week on the strength of winning their respective conference championships, some changes occurred in the next three positions.

Rising four spots and breaking into the top-5 for the first time this season is No. 3 Saint Leo. The Lions turned in a second place finish at the Sunshine State Cross Country Championships behind team champion Tampa. Union (Tenn.) moved up one spot to No. 4 after finishing second at the Gulf South Conference behind Lee (Tenn.). Florida Southern finished third at the Sunshine State Championships and dropped one spot to No. 5 

SOUTH CENTRAL REGION

There was one adjustment in the South Central region from a week ago.

No. 1 Adams State, No. 2 Colorado School of Mines, and No. 3 Western Colorado and No. 4 UC-Colorado Springs all remained steady from last edition of the rankings. Adams State rolled to their eighth straight RMAC title with 21 points, followed by Mines (60 points), Western Colorado (88 points), and UCCS (122 points).

The new No. 5 team is Lubbock Christian. The Chaps earned a five-spot jump in the rankings after winning their first Lone Star Conference title since joining the conference in July of this year.

SOUTHEAST REGION

The Southeast Region saw three team rise from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Queens (N.C.) and No. 2 Wingate hold their spots for the fourth consecutive week. The Royals won their fourth straight SAC Championship, while the Bulldogs placed second.

Flagler, North Georgia, and Lenoir-Rhyne each moved up one spot to sit at No. 3, No. 4, and No. 5, respectively. The Saints successfully defended their Peach Belt Conference title, defeated the Nighthawks 40-49. The Bears placed third at the SAC Cross Country Championships.

WEST REGION

There were some shifts in the West from Week 5 to Week 6.

No. 1 Chico State remains as the class of the region, winning its 12th straight CCAA title in dominating fashion.

No. 2 Western Washington defeated No. 3 Alaska Anchorage 53-60 for the program’s first-ever GNAC title. Both moved up two spots from their previous rankings. No. 4 Seattle Pacific, finishing third at the GNAC Championships, and No. 5 Cal State East Bay, the CCAA runner-up, fell two spots each.

NCAA Division II
Men's Cross Country
USTFCCCA Regional Coaches' Rankings

2019 Week #6 - October 29th

About this Product
The USTFCCCA Regional Cross Country Coaches’ Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighing returning teams’ strength with current season results (if applicable) in determining a rank-order of squad potential. Only USTFCCCA member programs are eligible to receive a ranking. Teams with provisional status within the region may be ranked.

Atlantic Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1charleston-w-vaCHARLESTON (W.VA.)
Mountain East (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2edinboroEDINBORO
PSAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3davis-and-elkinsDAVIS AND ELKINS
Mountain East (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4lock-havenLOCK HAVEN
PSAC (2)
 ▲2
(LW: 6)
5concordCONCORD
Mountain East (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6shippensburgSHIPPENSBURG
PSAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 7)
7east-stroudsburgEAST STROUDSBURG
PSAC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8kutztownKUTZTOWN
PSAC (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9west-liberty-stateWEST LIBERTY STATE
Mountain East (4)
 NR
10slippery-rockSLIPPERY ROCK
PSAC (6)
 NR

Central Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1missouri-southernMISSOURI SOUTHERN
MIAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2augustana-s-dAUGUSTANA (S.D.)
NSIC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3northwest-missouriNORTHWEST MISSOURI
MIAA (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4msu-moorheadMSU MOORHEAD
NSIC (2)
 ▲2
(LW: 6)
5central-missouriCENTRAL MISSOURI
MIAA (3)
 ▲4
(LW: 9)
6sioux-fallsSIOUX FALLS
NSIC (3)
 ▼2
(LW: 4)
7fort-hays-stateFORT HAYS STATE
MIAA (4)
 ▼2
(LW: 5)
8neb-kearneyNEB.-KEARNEY
MIAA (5)
 ▼1
(LW: 7)
9u-maryU-MARY
NSIC (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10oklahoma-baptistOKLAHOMA BAPTIST
GAC (1)
 NR

East Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1roberts-wesleyanROBERTS WESLEYAN
ECC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 2)
2american-internationalAMERICAN INTERNATIONAL
Northeast-10 (1)
 ▲2
(LW: 4)
3stonehillSTONEHILL
Northeast-10 (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4southern-connecticutSOUTHERN CONNECTICUT
Northeast-10 (3)
 ▼3
(LW: 1)
5franklin-pierceFRANKLIN PIERCE
Northeast-10 (4)
 ▲2
(LW: 7)
6southern-new-hampshireSOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Northeast-10 (5)
 ▼1
(LW: 5)
7wilmington-delWILMINGTON (DEL.)
CACC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 6)
8assumptionASSUMPTION
Northeast-10 (6)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9le-moyneLE MOYNE
Northeast-10 (7)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10molloyMOLLOY
ECC (2)
 NR

Midwest Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1grand-valley-stateGRAND VALLEY STATE
GLIAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2michigan-techMICHIGAN TECH
GLIAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 3)
3southern-indianaSOUTHERN INDIANA
GLVC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 2)
4saginaw-valley-stateSAGINAW VALLEY STATE
GLIAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5walshWALSH
G-MAC (1)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6illinois-springfieldILLINOIS-SPRINGFIELD
GLVC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7wayne-state-michWAYNE STATE (MICH.)
GLIAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8hillsdaleHILLSDALE
G-MAC (2)
 NR
9maloneMALONE
G-MAC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10indianapolisINDIANAPOLIS
GLVC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

South Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1alabama-huntsvilleALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE
GSC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 2)
2lee-tennLEE (TENN.)
GSC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 1)
3saint-leoSAINT LEO
Sunshine (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4embry-riddle-flaEMBRY-RIDDLE (FLA.)
Sunshine (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 3)
5florida-southernFLORIDA SOUTHERN
Sunshine (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6mississippi-collegeMISSISSIPPI COLLEGE
GSC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7auburn-montgomery-alaAUBURN MONTGOMERY (ALA.)
GSC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8tampaTAMPA
Sunshine (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 7)
9christian-brothersCHRISTIAN BROTHERS
GSC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10union-tennUNION (TENN.)
GSC (6)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

South Central Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1colo-school-of-minesCOLO. SCHOOL OF MINES
RMAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2adams-stateADAMS STATE
RMAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3western-coloradoWESTERN COLORADO
RMAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4west-texas-amWEST TEXAS A&M
Lone Star (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5uc-colorado-springsUC-COLORADO SPRINGS
RMAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 5)
6colorado-christianCOLORADO CHRISTIAN
RMAC (7)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7msu-denverMSU DENVER
RMAC (5)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8lubbock-christianLUBBOCK CHRISTIAN
Lone Star (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 7)
9dixie-stateDIXIE STATE
RMAC (6)
 NR
10cameronCAMERON
Lone Star (3)
 NR

Southeast Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1mount-oliveMOUNT OLIVE
Conference Carolinas (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2queens-n-cQUEENS (N.C.)
SAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3augustaAUGUSTA
PBC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4flaglerFLAGLER
PBC (2)
 ▲3
(LW: 7)
5unc-pembrokeUNC PEMBROKE
PBC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6anderson-s-cANDERSON (S.C.)
SAC (2)
 ▲2
(LW: 8)
7wingateWINGATE
SAC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 6)
8lenoir-rhyneLENOIR-RHYNE
SAC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9catawbaCATAWBA
SAC (5)
 ▼4
(LW: 5)
10columbus-stateCOLUMBUS STATE
PBC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

West Region -- Men

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1chico-stateCHICO STATE
CCAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2cal-state-san-marcosCAL STATE SAN MARCOS
CCAA (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 3)
3uc-san-diegoUC SAN DIEGO
CCAA (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 2)
4western-washingtonWESTERN WASHINGTON
GNAC (1)
 ▲3
(LW: 7)
5biola-califBIOLA (CALIF.)
PacWest (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6cal-poly-pomonaCAL POLY POMONA
CCAA (4)
 ▼2
(LW: 4)
7cal-state-stanislausCAL STATE STANISLAUS
CCAA (5)
 ▼2
(LW: 5)
8simon-fraserSIMON FRASER
GNAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9alaska-anchorageALASKA ANCHORAGE
GNAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10northwest-nazareneNORTHWEST NAZARENE
GNAC (4)
 NR
NCAA Division II
Women's Cross Country
USTFCCCA Regional Coaches' Rankings

2019 Week #6 - October 29th

About this Product
The USTFCCCA Regional Cross Country Coaches’ Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighing returning teams’ strength with current season results (if applicable) in determining a rank-order of squad potential. Only USTFCCCA member programs are eligible to receive a ranking. Teams with provisional status within the region may be ranked.

Atlantic Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1davis-and-elkinsDAVIS AND ELKINS
Mountain East (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2edinboroEDINBORO
PSAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3west-chesterWEST CHESTER
PSAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4seton-hillSETON HILL
PSAC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 3)
5slippery-rockSLIPPERY ROCK
PSAC (4)
 ▲2
(LW: 7)
6kutztownKUTZTOWN
PSAC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7lock-havenLOCK HAVEN
PSAC (6)
 ▼2
(LW: 5)
8west-liberty-stateWEST LIBERTY STATE
Mountain East (2)
 NR
9bloomsburgBLOOMSBURG
PSAC (7)
 NR
10shippensburgSHIPPENSBURG
PSAC (8)
 NR

Central Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1u-maryU-MARY
NSIC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 2)
2augustana-s-dAUGUSTANA (S.D.)
NSIC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 1)
3pittsburg-statePITTSBURG STATE
MIAA (1)
 NR
4central-missouriCENTRAL MISSOURI
MIAA (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5oklahoma-baptistOKLAHOMA BAPTIST
GAC (1)
 ▼2
(LW: 3)
6winona-stateWINONA STATE
NSIC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7missouri-southernMISSOURI SOUTHERN
MIAA (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8neb-kearneyNEB.-KEARNEY
MIAA (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9minot-stateMINOT STATE
NSIC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 10)
10east-central-oklaEAST CENTRAL (OKLA.)
GAC (2)
 ▼6
(LW: 4)

East Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1roberts-wesleyanROBERTS WESLEYAN
ECC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2stonehillSTONEHILL
Northeast-10 (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3southern-new-hampshireSOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Northeast-10 (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4saint-anselmSAINT ANSELM
Northeast-10 (3)
 ▲2
(LW: 6)
5adelphiADELPHI
Northeast-10 (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6assumptionASSUMPTION
Northeast-10 (5)
 ▼1
(LW: 5)
7jefferson-paJEFFERSON (PA.)
CACC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 8)
8felicianFELICIAN
CACC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 7)
9franklin-pierceFRANKLIN PIERCE
Northeast-10 (6)
 NR
10southern-connecticutSOUTHERN CONNECTICUT
Northeast-10 (7)
 ▼1
(LW: 9)

Midwest Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1grand-valley-stateGRAND VALLEY STATE
GLIAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2hillsdaleHILLSDALE
G-MAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3walshWALSH
G-MAC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4southern-indianaSOUTHERN INDIANA
GLVC (1)
 ▲3
(LW: 7)
5southwest-baptistSOUTHWEST BAPTIST
GLVC (2)
 ▼2
(LW: 3)
6saginaw-valley-stateSAGINAW VALLEY STATE
GLIAC (2)
 ▼1
(LW: 5)
7michigan-techMICHIGAN TECH
GLIAC (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 6)
8cedarvilleCEDARVILLE
G-MAC (3)
 ▲2
(LW: 10)
9maloneMALONE
G-MAC (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10wayne-state-michWAYNE STATE (MICH.)
GLIAC (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 9)

South Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1lee-tennLEE (TENN.)
GSC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2tampaTAMPA
Sunshine (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3saint-leoSAINT LEO
Sunshine (2)
 ▲4
(LW: 7)
4union-tennUNION (TENN.)
GSC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5florida-southernFLORIDA SOUTHERN
Sunshine (3)
 ▼1
(LW: 4)
6mississippi-collegeMISSISSIPPI COLLEGE
GSC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7embry-riddle-flaEMBRY-RIDDLE (FLA.)
Sunshine (4)
 ▼4
(LW: 3)
8alabama-huntsvilleALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE
GSC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9montevalloMONTEVALLO
GSC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10christian-brothersCHRISTIAN BROTHERS
GSC (6)
 NR

South Central Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1adams-stateADAMS STATE
RMAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2colo-school-of-minesCOLO. SCHOOL OF MINES
RMAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3western-coloradoWESTERN COLORADO
RMAC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 3)
4uc-colorado-springsUC-COLORADO SPRINGS
RMAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 4)
5lubbock-christianLUBBOCK CHRISTIAN
Lone Star (1)
 ▲5
(LW: 10)
6csu-puebloCSU-PUEBLO
RMAC (5)
 ▲2
(LW: 8)
7dixie-stateDIXIE STATE
RMAC (6)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8msu-denverMSU DENVER
RMAC (7)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9west-texas-amWEST TEXAS A&M
Lone Star (2)
 NR
10eastern-new-mexicoEASTERN NEW MEXICO
Lone Star (3)
 NR

Southeast Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1queens-n-cQUEENS (N.C.)
SAC (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2wingateWINGATE
SAC (2)
 ◀▶
(LW: 2)
3flaglerFLAGLER
PBC (1)
 ▲1
(LW: 4)
4north-georgiaNORTH GEORGIA
PBC (2)
 ▲1
(LW: 5)
5lenoir-rhyneLENOIR-RHYNE
SAC (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 6)
6anderson-s-cANDERSON (S.C.)
SAC (4)
 ▼3
(LW: 3)
7augustaAUGUSTA
PBC (3)
 ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8columbus-stateCOLUMBUS STATE
PBC (4)
 ▲1
(LW: 9)
9unc-pembrokeUNC PEMBROKE
PBC (5)
 ▼1
(LW: 8)
10catawbaCATAWBA
SAC (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 10)

West Region -- Women

RANK TEAM
CONFERENCE
CHANGE
1chico-stateCHICO STATE
CCAA (1)
 ◀▶
(LW: 1)
2western-washingtonWESTERN WASHINGTON
GNAC (1)
 ▲2
(LW: 4)
3alaska-anchorageALASKA ANCHORAGE
GNAC (2)
 ▲2
(LW: 5)
4seattle-pacificSEATTLE PACIFIC
GNAC (3)
 ▼2
(LW: 2)
5cal-state-east-bayCAL STATE EAST BAY
CCAA (2)
 ▼2
(LW: 3)
6cal-poly-pomonaCAL POLY POMONA
CCAA (3)
 ▲1
(LW: 7)
7uc-san-diegoUC SAN DIEGO
CCAA (4)
 ▼1
(LW: 6)
8cal-state-stanislausCAL STATE STANISLAUS
CCAA (5)
 ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9simon-fraserSIMON FRASER
GNAC (4)
 ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10fresno-pacificFRESNO PACIFIC
PacWest (1)
 NR

USTFCCCA NCAA Division II Cross Country

2019 Rankings & Polls Calendar
Weeks Regional RankingsNational Coaches' Poll KEY DATES
PreseasonTue 8/27Wed 8/28
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 5: Earliest Contest
Week 1Tue 9/17Wed 9/18
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 19: At-large Countable Period Begins
Week 2Tue 9/24Wed 9/25
MEN | WOMEN
Week 3Tue 10/1Wed 10/2
MEN | WOMEN
Week 4Tue 10/8Wed 10/9
MEN | WOMEN
Week 5Tue 10/15Wed 10/16
MEN | WOMEN
Oct. 25-27: Conference Champs
Week 6Tue 10/29Wed 10/30
MEN | WOMEN
Nov. 9: NCAA Regionals
Week 7Wed 11/13
MEN | WOMEN
Nov. 23: NCAA Champs (Sacramento, Calif.)
FINAL ResultsSat 11/9
MEN | WOMEN
Sat 11/23
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