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NCAA Regional rankings, Week 2

Calvin is getting dumped on in the regional rankings so far this season.

The men’s and women’s regional rankings have both been released.

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Through games of Sunday, Feb. 10.

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

  • NCAA Division III men’s basketball championships handbookMen’s rankings
    Atlantic Region
    NCAA data sheet
    1 SUNY-Old Westbury 20-1 21-3
    2 Ramapo 18-2 20-3
    3 Rutgers-Newark 17-6 18-6
    4 Richard Stockton 17-5 17-5
    5 SUNY-Purchase 17-5 17-5

    EastNCAA data sheet
    1 Rochester 19-2 20-2
    2 Cortland State 19-2 19-3
    3 Stevens 18-3 20-3
    4 Hobart 15-6 16-6
    5 Plattsburgh State 15-6 15-7
    6 Ithaca 14-7 15-7

    Great LakesNCAA data sheet
    1 Wooster 19-3 19-3
    2 Ohio Wesleyan 17-4 17-5
    3 Thomas More 19-2 20-3
    4 Capital 17-4 17-6
    5 Saint Vincent 16-3 18-5
    6 Calvin 16-1 20-3

    Mid-AtlanticNCAA data sheet
    1 Alvernia 19-4 19-4
    2 Catholic 17-3 20-3
    3 St. Mary’s (Md.) 16-2 21-2
    4 Albright 18-5 18-5
    5 Wesley 16-2 19-5
    6 Scranton 17-6 17-6
    7 Cabrini 17-4 19-5
    8 DeSales 17-5 18-5
    9 Dickinson 15-6 17-6

    MidwestNCAA data sheet
    1 Illinois Wesleyan 17-3 20-3
    2 Washington U. 17-4 18-4
    3 Wheaton (Ill.) 15-5 18-5
    4 North Central (Ill.) 18-3 20-3
    5 Transylvania 17-4 18-5
    6 Rose-Hulman 20-2 21-2
    7 Augustana 15-7 16-7
    8 St. Norbert 16-5 16-5

    NortheastNCAA data sheet
    1 WPI 22-1 22-1
    2 Amherst 21-2 21-2
    3 Williams 18-3 20-3
    4 Middlebury 18-1 21-1
    5 Rhode Island College 20-3 20-3
    6 MIT 16-4 17-4
    7 Brandeis 16-6 16-6
    8 Springfield 16-7 16-7
    9 Curry 16-6 16-6
    10 Westfield State 17-4 19-4
    11 Eastern Connecticut 15-4 15-7
    12 Albertus Magnus 20-2 20-3

    SouthNCAA data sheet
    1 Hampden-Sydney 17-2 21-2
    2 Mary Hardin-Baylor 20-3 20-3
    3 Emory 15-6 15-6
    4 Virginia Wesleyan 14-5 17-6
    5 Concordia (Texas) 16-4 18-5
    6 Christopher Newport 14-5 15-5
    7 Randolph 13-4 19-4
    8 Texas-Dallas 17-6 17-6

    WestNCAA data sheet
    1 St. Thomas 23-1 23-1
    2 UW-Stevens Point 19-4 19-4
    3 UW-Whitewater 18-4 19-4
    4 Whitworth 19-3 20-3
    5 Buena Vista 16-6 17-6
    6 UW-Stout 17-5 18-5
    7 Concordia-Moorhead 17-6 17-7
    8 Whitman 13-6 16-7
    9 Augsburg 17-6 17-6

    Regional score reporting forms (including SOS) below:
    Atlantic  |  East  |  Great Lakes  |  Middle Atlantic  |  Midwest  |  Northeast  |  South  |  West

    Women’s
    Atlantic Region
    1 Montclair State 23-0 23-0
    2 Catholic 19-1 22-1
    3 Baruch 21-2 22-2
    4 Marymount 18-4 20-4
    5 William Paterson 17-6 18-6
    6 Mary Washington 15-6 17-6
    7 York (Pa.) 14-5 18-5
    8 TCNJ 15-7 16-7

    Central
    1 Cornell 20-1 20-1
    2 Washington U. 17-3 18-4
    3 UW-Whitewater 16-4 18-5
    4 UW-Oshkosh 16-4 19-4
    5 Carthage 17-4 19-4
    6 UW-Superior 17-5 18-6
    7 Monmouth 17-4 18-4
    8 UW-Stevens Point 17-5 18-5

    East
    1 Ithaca 19-2 20-2
    2 Rochester 17-5 17-5
    3 New Paltz State 21-2 21-2
    4 St. Lawrence 16-6 17-6
    5 Vassar 17-4 19-4
    6 Geneseo State 15-6 16-6
    7 Oswego State 15-6 15-7
    8 Hartwick 14-5 17-6

    Great Lakes
    1 DePauw 17-0 23-0
    2 Ohio Northern 21-0 22-1
    3 Calvin 17-0 21-1
    4 Thomas More 22-1 22-1
    5 Hope 19-1 22-1
    6 La Roche 19-2 20-2
    7 Mount Union 17-5 18-5
    8 Otterbein 17-5 18-5

    Mid-Atlantic
    1 Messiah 19-1 21-2
    2 FDU-Florham 20-2 21-2
    3 Moravian 19-3 20-3
    4 Swarthmore 17-4 18-5
    5 Widener 18-4 19-4
    6 Scranton 15-6 16-7
    7 Gettysburg 17-5 17-6
    8 Juniata 16-7 16-7

    Northeast
    1 Amherst 21-1 22-1
    2 Tufts 21-1 22-1
    3 Babson 20-1 21-2
    4 Southern Maine 20-1 22-1
    5 Bridgewater State 18-3 18-3
    6 Williams 18-4 19-4
    7 Smith 20-3 20-3
    8 Emmanuel 18-3 18-5
    9 Western Connecticut 16-6 16-6
    10 U. New England 18-4 18-4

    South
    1 Ferrum 21-2 21-2
    2 Christopher Newport 20-2 21-2
    3 Louisiana College 19-2 20-2
    4 Maryville (Tenn.) 20-3 20-3
    5 Eastern Mennonite 15-3 17-5
    6 Howard Payne 20-3 20-3
    7 Trinity (Texas) 19-4 19-4
    8 Emory 19-3 19-3

    West
    1 Simpson 18-0 22-1
    2 Lewis and Clark 17-2 21-2
    3 Cal Lutheran 17-3 20-3
    4 St. Thomas 18-4 18-5
    5 Whitman 14-3 18-4
    6 Chapman 16-4 18-5
    7 Minnesota-Morris 15-0 16-7
    8 Concordia-Moorhead 18-4 18-5

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

  • NCAA Division III women’s basketball championships handbookNot yet published.Regional score reporting forms (including SOS) below:
    Atlantic | Central | East | Great Lakes | Mid-Atlantic | Northeast | South | West

3 comments

  • Author comment by sethteater · February 15, 2013 at 10:21 am

    You mention that Calvin is getting dumped on in the caption. Even as a Hope fan, I agree. Follow up question… If Calvin loses their final game to Olivet (big if), could Calvin fall out of the regional rankings entirely? If they do lose, they will finish with the same in conference record as Hope and the MIAA finals site (assuming they both win their semi-final games) would be determined by tie-breakers. First tie breaker – split head to head, second tie breaker – both lost to Olivet, third tie breaker – regional rankings. If Calvin drops out with a loss – it would go to a coin flip. A lot of ifs, but I am just curious if there is even a chance that Hope would host that game or if a 16-2,20-4 Calvin, would still be good enough to stay ranked regionally. Thoughts?

  • Author comment by Pat Coleman · February 15, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    I suppose it’s definitely possible they could fall out of the regional rankings. Problem is, if the MIAA is using that as a tiebreaker, will it be willing to wait until Wednesday afternoon to find out what that ranking is?

    Of course, it also depends on what else happens. Thomas More plays St. Vincent this week, so one of them will lose.

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