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NCAA’s 2011 regional rankings, Week 1

The first men’s and women’s regional rankings of the 2010-11 season have been released. Scroll down for women’s rankings.

Need to know more about the regional rankings process and what they mean? Check our blog post. Need to know more about the NCAA Tournament? Check out our NCAA Tournament FAQ.

The first record is overall record, followed by in-region record.

Men’s rankings
Atlantic Region

1 Ramapo 16-4 15-2
2 Kean 14-6 13-4
3 Staten Island 14-4 13-3
4 St. Joseph’s (L.I.) 15-2 13-2
5 Montclair State 16-4 10-4

East Region
1 Oswego State 14-3 14-3
2 Ithaca 15-4 14-4
3 Rochester 14-4 13-3
4 Hobart 14-4 14-3
5 Plattsburgh State 12-5 11-3
6 Stevens 12-5 12-5

Great Lakes Region
1 Wooster 19-0 16-0
2 Hope 14-5 10-1
3 Wabash 16-3 15-3
4 Marietta 17-2 14-2
5 Wittenberg 14-5 11-3
6 Penn State-Behrend 16-2 16-1

Mid-Atlantic Region
1 Elizabethtown 15-3 14-3
2 La Roche 17-2 16-2
3 Wesley 13-6 12-1
4 St. Mary’s (Md.) 15-4 12-2
5 Cabrini 13-4 13-4
6 Keystone 14-3 14-3
7 DeSales 14-5 12-5
8 Gwynedd-Mercy 13-4 12-3
9 Franklin and Marshall 15-4 14-4

Midwest Region
1 Augustana (Ill.) 19-0 18-0
2 Concordia (Wis.) 16-2 15-2
3 Illinois Wesleyan 14-5 13-5
4 Edgewood 13-6 13-4
5 Hanover 13-5 13-5
6 St. Norbert 15-3 15-3
7 Anderson (Ind.) 14-5 12-4
8 Milwaukee Engineering 14-5 13-5

South Region
1 Virginia Wesleyan 18-1 14-1
2 Randolph-Macon 17-3 15-3
3 Ferrum 18-2 16-2
4 Centre 15-3 13-3
5 Mary Hardin-Baylor 15-4 15-4
6 Texas-Dallas 14-5 13-4
7 Emory 14-4 14-4
8 East Texas Baptist 13-5 12-5

Northeast Region
1 Williams 19-1 17-1
2 Middlebury 16-1 14-1
3 Amherst 18-0 17-0
4 Western Connecticut State 17-2 16-2
5 WPI 17-3 17-2
6 Becker 16-3 16-3
7 Elms 13-5 11-4
8 Eastern Connecticut State 13-5 11-4
9 Brandeis 13-4 13-4
10 Bowdoin 12-5 12-5
11 Rhode Island College 12-7 12-7

West Region
1 Whitworth 19-0 19-0
2 St. Thomas 17-1 16-1
3 UW-River Falls 18-2 16-1
4 UW-Stevens Point 17-3 16-3
5 Chapman 17-3 14-1
6 Lewis and Clark 14-5 12-5
7 Gustavus Adolphus 12-6 11-5
8 Carleton 11-7 11-5
9 Augsburg 12-6 12-6

For women’s basketball, the committee ranks the top six eligible teams from each region, with the exception of the Northeast region, which ranks 10 teams.

The first record is in-region record, followed by overall record.

Atlantic Region
1. Kean 14-0 17-2
2. Mount Saint Mary 17-2 17-2
3. William Paterson 15-3 16-3
4. Gallaudet 16-0 18-0
5. Richard Stockton 12-5 13-6
6. Baruch 15-3 16-3

Central Region
1. Illinois Wesleyan 12-3 15-4
2. UW-Stevens Point 18-2 18-2
3. UW-Whitewater 13-3 16-3
4. Chicago 15-3 15-3
5. Washington U. 12-2 15-3
6. Millikin 14-4 14-5

East Region
1. Medaille 17-2 17-2
2. Rochester 12-4 14-4
3. Geneseo State 13-1 15-2
4. New Paltz State 11-5 11-7
5. Oneonta State 14-2 15-3
6. Cortland State 13-4 13-4

Great Lakes Region
1. Thomas More 18-0 19-0
2. Denison 17-0 19-0
3. Calvin 13-0 17-3
4. Hanover 16-1 17-1
5. Hope 15-1 18-1
6. St. Vincent 15-2 17-2

Mid-Atlantic Region
1. Lebanon Valley 15-1 18-1
2. Johns Hopkins 16-3 16-3
3. Juniata 14-3 14-6
4. Widener 13-4 14-5
5. Messiah 11-4 12-6
6. Scranton 12-3 14-5

Northeast Region
1. Amherst 18-1 19-1
2. Williams 17-1 19-1
3. Babson 17-0 19-0
4. Bowdoin 15-3 15-4
5. Western Connecticut State 14-2 16-3
6. Bates 14-4 16-5
7. Eastern Connecticut State 13-4 13-6
8. Colby 12-4 14-4
9. Southern Maine 13-4 13-6
10. Tufts 14-3 15-3

South Region
1. Greensboro 17-0 18-0
2. Christopher Newport 16-2 18-2
3. Louisiana College 15-1 17-1
4. Randolph-Macon 14-2 14-4
5. Roanoke 11-3 11-4
6. Texas-Dallas 15-4 16-4

West Region
1. Coe 16-2 17-2
2. Lewis and Clark 11-2 15-4
3. Simpson 15-2 17-3
4. St. Benedict 14-3 16-3
5. Wartburg 16-3 17-3
6. Puget Sound 12-3 15-4

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10 comments

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  • Author comment by Just Bill · February 2, 2011 at 10:39 pm

    Are they supposed to be posting up their SOS numbers like the past and other sports this year? I haven’t seen them yet.

  • Author comment by diplomaticfanatic1 · February 2, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    How does Franklin and Marshall have four in region losses when it is 15-4 and one of its losses was to Ithaca of NY who is the East Region?

  • Author comment by Pat Coleman · February 3, 2011 at 1:03 am

    Fanatic — the NCAA’s definition of a regional game hasn’t changed in a few years.

    http://www.d3hoops.com/interactive/faq/ncaatournament

  • Author comment by ronk · February 3, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    The Mid-Atlantic women should rank 7 instead of 6 to be comparable with the men who rank 9; the men have 61 teams(1 ranking for every 7 teams) so the women with 47 teams should have 7 rankings.

  • Author comment by tgp96 · February 3, 2011 at 3:34 pm

    hip hobart!

  • Author comment by Dave McHugh · February 3, 2011 at 4:10 pm

    Ronk – notice that besides the Northeast, the women’s committees don’t rank more then six period. I kind of like this idea, keeps it more uniform for all regions, though I would rather see maybe 7 or 8 – but that might be pushing it. 6 is good – maybe the men can adapt that idea like the women adapted the “once ranked, always ranked” approach from the men.

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