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Second regional rankings of 2013 released

The NCAA published the second regional rankings of the season early this evening.

Week 2 Central (Week 1 rank)
1. St. Thomas (1)
2. Washington-St. Louis (2)
3. Augsburg (3)
4. Saint Benedict (4)
5. Coe (5)
6. Concordia-Moorhead (NR)
Dropped out: No. 6 Nebraska Wesleyan.

Week 2 Midwest (Week 1 rank)
1. Elmhurst (1)
2. UW-Stevens Point (2)
3. Chicago (3)
4. UW-Eau Claire (6)
5. UW-Whitewater (4)
6. Cornell (5)
7. Millikin (7)
Dropped out: None.

Top two in other regions (Week 1 rank):
Great Lakes: No. 1 Hope (1); No. 2 Calvin (2).
New: None.

Mid-Atlantic: No. 1 Juniata (1); No. 2 Eastern (2).
New: No. 10 Haverford.
Dropped out: No. 10 Johns Hopkins.

New England: No. 1 Roger Williams (T1); No. 2 Springfield (4).
New: No. 10 Middlebury; No. 11 Babson.
Dropped out: No. 10 Coast Guard; No. 12 Western New England.

New York: No. 1 Clarkson (T2); No. 2 Stevens (T2).
New: No. 10 Rowan
Dropped out: No. 7 St. Lawrence.

South: No. 1 Emory (1); No. 2 Trinity (Texas) (2).
New: No. 8 Randolph-Macon
Dropped out: No. 7 Texas Lutheran.

West: No. 1 Cal Lutheran (1); No. 2 Colorado College (2).
New: None.

Commentary, if any, will follow later tonight. Leave a comment if you have opinions of your own.

-Ricky Nelson


Written by Ricky Nelson

October 31, 2013 at 5:59 pm

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  1. […] I’ll post the regional rankings when/if I see them tonight. The PDF’s are updated, but there are no Week 2 rankings as yet. Update (10/31/13 at 7 p.m.): Rankings are published. […]

  2. I like the Concordia for NW swap. NYU was too high last week so moving them down makes sense.

    I was in Sherman this weekend and saw bits of the TLU games. The disappointment in the players/coaches/fans faces was obvious. Losing to Austin College and UD just can’t happen when you are regional ranked. I still think there is a place for ETBU in the top 8 but Randolph-Macon is worthy, too.

    In the West, it’s a mess (in a good way) after Cal Lutheran and CC. I’m fine with Puget Sound, Pac Lutheran, CM-S, Chapman and Pomona in any order. I do think Pomona shouldn’t be left out but that will take care of itself when they play Chapman today.


    November 1, 2013 at 9:36 am

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