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NCAA regional rankings, Week 3

These are the final NCAA regional rankings we will get to see. There is an additional ranking made on Sunday, but it is not released to the public.

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  • Second week’s regional rankings
  • First week’s regional rankings
  • The first record is Division III record, followed by overall.
    Through games of Sunday, Feb. 23.

    NCAA Division III men’s basketball championships handbook

    Men’s rankings
    Atlantic Region - NCAA data sheet
    1 SUNY-Purchase 23-2 23-2
    2 Richard Stockton 21-4 21-4
    3 Staten Island 24-2 24-2
    4 William Paterson 20-5 20-5
    5 Rutgers-Newark 19-7 19-7
    6 Mount St. Mary 20-5 20-5

    East - NCAA data sheet
    1 Brockport State 21-3 22-3
    2 Plattsburgh State 21-4 21-4
    3 Geneseo State 19-5 20-5
    4 Hobart 19-6 19-6
    5 NYU 16-8 16-8
    6 Skidmore 16-9 16-9

    Great Lakes - NCAA data sheet
    1 Wooster 21-2 22-3
    2 Hope 18-5 19-6
    3 Bethany 20-4 21-4
    4 Mount Union 20-5 20-5
    5 DePauw 17-7 18-7
    6 Wittenberg 19-6 19-6
    7 Ohio Wesleyan 19-6 19-6

    Mid-Atlantic - NCAA data sheet
    1 Cabrini 23-1 23-1
    2 Scranton 22-3 22-3
    3 Wesley 20-2 22-2
    4 Dickinson 20-5 20-5
    5 Stevenson 18-7 18-7
    6 Messiah 19-5 19-5
    7 Alvernia 18-7 18-7
    8 Mary Washington 18-5 20-5
    9 St. Mary’s (Md.) 15-7 18-7

    Midwest - NCAA data sheet
    1 Washington U. 22-2 22-2
    2 Illinois Wesleyan 22-3 22-3
    3 Wheaton (Ill.) 17-8 17-8
    4 Augustana 19-6 19-6
    5 St. Norbert 21-1 22-1
    6 Carthage 15-8 16-9
    7 Rose-Hulman 20-5 20-5
    8 Chicago 14-9 15-9

    Northeast - NCAA data sheet
    1 Amherst 22-2 22-3
    2 Williams 21-3 22-3
    3 Babson 20-5 20-5
    4 Eastern Connecticut 20-5 20-5
    5 WPI 22-3 22-3
    6 Springfield 18-6 19-6
    7 Bowdoin 19-5 19-5
    8 Albertus Magnus 23-1 23-2
    9 Nichols 20-5 20-5
    10 Rhode Island College 17-8 17-8
    11 Middlebury 16-8 17-8

    South - NCAA data sheet
    1 Randolph-Macon 20-5 20-5
    2 Emory 17-7 17-7
    3 Virgina Wesleyan 18-6 19-6
    4 Texas-Dallas 22-3 22-3
    5 Centre 17-3 20-4
    6 Birmingham-Southern 16-9 16-9
    7 Guilford 17-8 17-8
    8 Trinity (Texas) 16-9 16-9

    West - NCAA data sheet
    1 UW-Stevens Point 24-1 24-1
    2 UW-Whitewater 22-3 22-3
    3 St. Thomas 21-4 21-4
    4 St. Olaf 20-5 20-5
    5 Whitworth 20-5 20-5
    6 Dubuque 18-4 21-4
    7 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 17-3 19-5
    8 Pomona-Pitzer 18-5 18-7
    9 Augsburg 18-7 18-7

    Women’s

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

     

    • NCAA Division III women’s basketball championships handbook
      Atlantic
      1 Montclair State 23-2 23-2
      2 York (Pa.) 21-2 23-2
      3 Christopher Newport 19-4 21-4
      4 Catholic 19-5 19-5
      5 Salisbury 15-8 17-8
      6 Baruch 19-7 19-7

      Central
      1 Washington U. 22-2 22-2
      2 Carthage 21-3 22-3
      3 UW-Whitewater 22-3 22-3
      4 UW-Oshkosh 21-3 22-3
      5 Wisconsin Lutheran 22-3 22-3
      6 Illinois Wesleyan 17-7 17-7
      7 Wheaton (Ill.) 16-6 19-6
      8 Cornell 20-3 20-3

      East
      1 Ithaca 19-4 21-4
      2 Vassar 20-5 20-5
      3 Hartwick 19-4 21-4
      4 Plattsburgh State 20-5 20-5
      5 NYU 19-5 19-5
      6 William Smith 19-6 19-6

      Great Lakes
      1 DePauw 24-1 24-1
      2 Hope 24-0 25-0
      3 Thomas More 25-0 25-0
      4 Baldwin Wallace 20-5 20-5
      5 John Carroll 20-3 21-3
      6 Ohio Northern 21-4 21-4
      7 Transylvania 22-2 23-2
      8 Olivet 20-2 22-3

      Mid-Atlantic
      1 FDU-Florham 24-0 25-0
      2 Scranton 22-3 22-3
      3 Haverford 20-3 21-3
      4 Cabrini 21-4 21-4
      5 Moravian 19-6 19-6
      6 Lebanon Valley 20-5 20-5
      7 Elizabethtown 20-4 20-4
      8 DeSales 19-6 19-6

      Northeast
      1 Tufts 24-1 24-1
      2 Amherst 23-2 23-2
      3 Bowdoin 21-4 21-4
      4 Williams 20-5 20-5
      5 New England 23-2 23-2
      6 Roger Williams 20-5 20-5
      7 Rhode Island College 17-8 17-8
      8 Eastern Connecticut 17-8 17-8
      9 Emmanuel 19-6 19-6
      10 Southern Maine 18-7 18-7
      11 Wheaton (Mass.) 19-6 19-6
      12 Castleton State 22-3 22-3

      South
      1 Ferrum 22-2 23-2
      2 Rhodes 21-3 21-3
      3 Texas-Tyler 22-3 22-3
      4 Maryville (Tenn.) 19-5 20-5
      5 Randolph-Macon 20-4 20-5
      6 Eastern Mennonite 20-4 21-4
      7 Texas-Dallas 20-5 20-5
      8 Trinity (Texas) 15-7 18-7
      9 Centre 16-8 16-9

      West
      1 Whitman 20-0 25-0
      2 Saint Mary’s (Minn.) 23-2 23-2
      3 George Fox 20-3 22-3
      4 Concordia-Moorhead 20-4 21-4
      5 St. Thomas 21-4 21-4
      6 Chapman 20-3 20-5
      7 Whitworth 15-5 18-7
      8 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 18-3 22-3

      Regional score reporting forms (including SOS) below:
      Atlantic | Central | East | Great Lakes | Mid-Atlantic | Northeast | South | West

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    2 comments

    • Author comment by nimrod · February 26, 2014 at 9:50 pm

      How is it that DePauw women lost and yet they retain the no. 1 ranking in the Great Lakes region? Especially considering that Hope and Thomas More (no. 2 and no. 3 respectively) are both undefeated?

    • Author comment by bostonhoosier · February 27, 2014 at 8:25 am

      I realize these rankings are challenging, but the men’s East ranking looks really curious. How does #3 Skidmore (in the Liberty League) get the nod over #2 Vassar, esecpially with Vassar sweeping the season series? Vassar is maybe not a traditional basketball powerhouse and not really on anyone’s radar, but it’s starting to look like a program well on its way to being rebuilt. Just a thought

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