Third NCAA regional ranking

north-central-connor-raridon-sw-480x400The third NCAA regional rankings have been released. The last ranking will come on Sunday, Feb. 28, which we do not get to see.

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

Plus, we now have posted the previous 17 years’ worth of regional rankings online! Check out Division III men’s basketball regional rankings, 1999-2015 and Division III women’s basketball regional rankings, 1999-2015.

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall.
Through games of Sunday, Feb. 21.

Men’s rankings
Atlantic Region – NCAA data sheet

1 New Jersey City 18-7 18-7
2 Stockton 19-5 19-6
3 DeSales 19-5 19-6
4 Brooklyn 20-6 20-6
5 Lehman 17-7 18-7
6 Staten Island 18-6 18-7
7 Rutgers-Newark 20-6 20-6

Central – NCAA data sheet

1 Benedictine 25-0 25-0
2 Augustana  24-1 24-1
3 St. Norbert 21-2 21-2
4 North Central (Ill.) 18-6 19-6
5 Elmhurst 20-5 20-5
6 Chicago 16-7 17-7
7 Aurora 19-5 20-5
8 Carroll 19-4 19-4

East – NCAA data sheet

1 Plattsburgh State 21-4 21-4
2 Rochester 17-6 17-7
3 NYU 19-5 19-5
4 St. John Fisher 20-5 20-5
5 Oswego State 18-7 18-7
6 SUNY Geneseo 17-7 17-8

Great Lakes – NCAA data sheet

1 Marietta 23-2 23-2
2 Ohio Wesleyan 22-3 22-3
3 John Carroll 22-3 22-3
4 Hope 21-1 23-2
5 Alma 19-6 19-6
6 Wooster 18-6 19-6
7 Mount Union 16-8 17-8
8 Hiram 18-6 18-7
9 St. Vincent 19-6 19-6

Mid-Atlantic – NCAA data sheet

1 Christopher Newport 24-1 24-1
2 Susquehanna 20-3 22-3
3 Salisbury 20-5 20-5
4 Catholic 20-5 20-5
5 Scranton 18-6 19-6
6 Franklin and Marshall 20-5 20-5

Northeast – NCAA data sheet

1 Amherst 21-4 21-4
2 Trinity (Conn.) 18-6 19-6
3 Tufts 20-5 20-5
4 Babson 19-5 19-5
5 WPI 20-5 20-5
6 Johnson and Wales  22-2 23-2
7 Eastern Connecticut 17-8 17-8
8 MIT 19-6 19-6
9 Middlebury 15-10 15-10
10 Southern Vermont 22-3 22-3
11 Nichols 22-3 22-3

South – NCAA data sheet

1 Texas Lutheran 19-6 19-6
2 Lynchburg 19-6 19-6
3 Emory 16-7 17-7
4 Virginia Wesleyan 17-8 17-8
5 N.C. Wesleyan 15-4 19-6
6 LaGrange 15-6 18-7
7 East Texas Baptist 17-5 20-5
8 Roanoke 18-6 19-6

West – NCAA data sheet

1 St. Thomas  23-2 23-2
2 Whitworth 23-1 24-1
3 Whitman 21-3 22-3
4 St. John’s  17-7 18-7
5 St. Olaf 16-9 16-9
6 Concordia-Moorhead 16-8 16-9
7 Bethel 17-8 17-8

Women’s

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall record.

Atlantic

1 Stockton 21-5 21-5
2 Montclair State 19-6 19-6
3 Rowan 21-4 21-4
4 DeSales 19-6 19-6
5 FDU-Florham 18-6 19-6
6 Manhattanville 18-7 18-7
7 Marywood 17-6 18-7
8 Gwynedd Mercy 20-5 20-5

Central

1 Washington U.  20-4 20-4
2 UW-River Falls 20-4 21-4
3 UW-Stevens Point 19-6 19-6
4 UW-Oshkosh 19-5 20-5
5 UW-Whitewater 18-6 19-6
6 Wheaton (Ill.) 19-5 20-5
7 Concordia (Wis.) 20-4 20-5
8 Westminster (Mo.) 19-2 20-4
9 St. Norbert 19-4 19-4

East

1 Rochester 19-5 19-5
2 New York University 17-7 17-7
3 Stevens 19-6 19-6
4 SUNY Geneseo 19-5 19-6
5 St. John Fisher 22-2 22-3
6 SUNY New Paltz 19-6 19-6
7 Clarkson 20-5 20-5
8 Fredonia 17-7 18-7

Great Lakes

1 Thomas More 24-0 25-0
2 Hope 23-1 24-1
3 Ohio Northern 22-3 22-3
4 Denison 22-3 22-3
5 Carnegie Mellon 18-6 18-6
6 Bluffton 21-2 23-2
7 Capital 19-6 19-6
8 Rose-Hulman 20-3 22-3
9 La Roche 22-3 22-3

Mid-Atlantic

1 Scranton 25-0 25-0
2 Muhlenberg 22-2 22-2
3 Albright 23-2 23-2
4 Marymount  21-4 21-4
5 Christopher Newport 22-3 22-3
6 Moravian 19-6 19-6
7 Mary Washington 21-4 21-4
8 Gettysburg 18-5 18-5

Northeast

1 Tufts 22-2 22-2
2 Amherst 24-1 24-1
3 University of New England 22-3 22-3
4 Bowdoin 20-5 20-5
5 Johnson and Wales  23-2 23-2
6 Eastern Connecticut  19-6 19-6
7 Keene State 21-4 21-4
8 Babson 20-5 20-5
9 Emmanuel  19-6 19-6
10 Regis (Mass.) 22-3 22-3
11 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 18-5 20-5
12 Husson 19-6 19-6
*One conference did not vote. (The NCAA used to call out specifically which conference but it’s not mentioned here.)

South

1 Texas-Tyler 20-1 24-1
2 Guilford 19-4 19-4
3 Lynchburg 21-4 21-4
4 Maryville (Tenn.) 21-3 21-3
5 Birmingham-Southern 20-3 21-3
6 Trinity (Texas) 18-4 20-5
7 Hendrix 19-6 19-6
8 Austin 18-7 18-7
9 Emory and Henry 18-6 18-7

West

1 George Fox 24-0 25-0
2 St. Thomas  22-3 22-3
3 Wartburg 18-6 19-6
4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 20-4 20-5
5 St. Mary’s (Minn.) 20-5 20-5
6 Luther 17-6 19-6
7 Gustavus Adolphus 19-6 19-6
8 UW-Superior 22-3 22-3

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

Second NCAA regional ranking

plattsburgh-edward-correa-480x400The second NCAA regional rankings have been released. Further rankings will follow on Feb. 24, along with one on Sunday, Feb. 28, which we do not get to see.

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

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall.
Through games of Sunday, Feb. 14.

The NCAA has updated its data sheets. However, sometimes they disappear so if you really want a copy, you might want to go through and save the PDF files.

Men’s rankings
Atlantic Region – NCAA data sheet
1 New Jersey City 17-7 17-7
2 Stockton 18-5 18-6
3 DeSales 17-5 17-6
4 Staten Island 18-5 18-6
5 Brooklyn 18-6 18-6
6 Rutgers-Newark 18-6 18-6
7 Delaware Valley 15-6 17-6

Central – NCAA data sheet

1 Benedictine 24-0 24-0
2 Augustana 23-1 23-1
3 St. Norbert 20-2 20-2
4 North Central (Ill.) 17-6 18-6
5 Elmhurst 20-4 20-4
6 Chicago 15-6 16-6
7 Aurora 17-5 18-5
8 Carroll 17-4 17-4

East – NCAA data sheet

1 Plattsburgh State 18-4 18-4
2 Rochester 16-5 16-6
3 SUNY Geneseo 16-5 16-6
4 Brockport 15-7 15-7
5 Oswego State 17-6 17-6
6 NYU 18-4 18-4

Great Lakes – NCAA data sheet

1 Marietta 21-2 21-2
2 John Carroll 21-2 21-2
3 Ohio Wesleyan 20-3 20-3
4 Alma 18-5 18-5
5 Hope 19-1 21-2
6 Wooster 16-6 17-6
7 Hiram 17-5 17-6
8 Mount Union 14-7 15-7
9 St. Vincent 17-6 17-6

Mid-Atlantic – NCAA data sheet

1 Christopher Newport 22-1 22-1
2 Susquehanna 17-3 19-3
3 Salisbury 18-5 18-5
4 Catholic 17-5 17-5
5 Scranton 17-5 18-5
6 Franklin and Marshall 18-4 18-4

Northeast – NCAA data sheet

1 Amherst 20-4 20-4
2 Trinity (Conn.) 17-6 18-6
3 Tufts 19-5 19-5
4 Babson 17-5 17-5
5 WPI 18-5 18-5
6 Eastern Connecticut 16-7 16-7
7 Wesleyan 18-6 18-6
8 Johnson and Wales 20-2 21-2
9 MIT 18-5 18-5
10 Southern Vermont 20-3 20-3
11 Nichols 20-3 20-3

South – NCAA data sheet

1 Texas Lutheran 19-5 19-5
2 Virginia Wesleyan 17-6 17-6
3 Emory 15-6 16-6
4 Lynchburg 17-6 17-6
5 LaGrange 13-6 16-7
6 East Texas Baptist 17-5 19-5
7 Roanoke 18-4 19-4
8 N.C. Wesleyan 13-4 17-6

West – NCAA data sheet

WEST
1 St. Thomas 21-2 21-2
2 Whitworth 21-1 22-1
3 Whitman 19-3 20-3
4 St. John’s 16-6 17-6
5 St. Olaf 16-8 16-8
6 Concordia-Moorhead 15-8 15-9
7 Augsburg 15-8 15-8
Women’s

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall record.

Atlantic

1 Stockton 20-4 20-4
2 Rowan 20-4 20-4
3 Montclair State 18-6 18-6
4 DeSales 17-6 17-6
5 Manhattanville 16-6 16-6
6 Gwynedd Mercy 19-4 19-4
7 FDU-Florham 16-6 17-6
8 Sage 18-5 19-5

Central

1 UW-Oshkosh 18-4 19-4
2 Washington U. 18-4 18-4
3 UW-River Falls 18-4 19-4
4 UW-Stevens Point 17-6 17-6
5 UW-Whitewater 18-4 19-4
6 Wheaton (Ill.) 18-5 18-5
7 Concordia (Wis.) 18-4 18-5
8 Westminster (Mo.) 17-2 18-4
9 St. Norbert 18-4 18-4

East

1 Rochester 18-4 18-4
2 New York University 17-5 17-5
3 SUNY New Paltz 18-5 18-5
4 Stevens 17-5 17-5
5 SUNY Geneseo 16-5 16-6
6 St. John Fisher 20-2 20-3
7 Clarkson 19-4 19-4
8 Rochester Tech 18-5 18-5

Great Lakes

1 Thomas More 22-0 22-0
2 Hope 22-0 23-0
3 Ohio Northern 20-3 20-3
4 Denison 20-3 20-3
5 Capital 18-5 18-5
6 Bluffton 19-2 21-2
7 Rose-Hulman 18-3 20-3
8 Carnegie Mellon 16-6 16-6
9 La Roche 20-3 20-3

Mid-Atlantic

1 Scranton 23-0 23-0
2 Albright 22-2 22-2
3 Muhlenberg 20-2 20-2
4 Christopher Newport 21-2 21-2
5 Mary Washington 19-4 19-4
6 Marymount  19-4 19-4
7 Moravian 17-6 17-6
8 McDaniel 19-4 19-4

Northeast

1 Tufts 21-2 21-2
2 Amherst 23-1 23-1
3 University of New England 20-3 20-3
4 Bowdoin 19-5 19-5
5 Johnson and Wales 21-2 21-2
6 Eastern Connecticut 17-6 17-6
7 Connecticut College 17-6 17-6
8 Keene State 20-3 20-3
9 Emmanuel 18-6 18-6
10 Williams 17-7 17-7
11 Regis (Mass.) 20-3 20-3
12 Babson 18-5 18-5

South

1 Texas-Tyler 18-1 21-1
2 Guilford 18-3 18-3
3 Lynchburg 19-4 19-4
4 Birmingham-Southern 19-2 20-2
5 Maryville (Tenn.) 19-3 19-3
6 Trinity (Texas) 18-3 20-4
7 Eastern Mennonite 16-6 16-6
8 Austin 16-7 16-7
9 Hendrix 18-5 18-5

West

1 George Fox 22-0 23-0
2 St. Thomas 20-3 20-3
3 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 19-3 19-4
4 Saint Mary’s (Minn.) 19-4 19-4
5 Luther 16-5 18-5
6 Wartburg 16-6 17-6
7 Chapman 17-4 17-6
8 Gustavus Adolphus 17-6 17-6

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

First 2016 regional rankings released today

JOL_2532The first NCAA regional rankings have been released this afternoon. Further rankings will follow on Feb. 17 and Feb. 24, along with one on Sunday, Feb. 28, which we do not get to see.

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

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall.
Through games of Sunday, Feb. 7.

The NCAA has updated its data sheets. However, sometimes they disappear so if you really want a copy, you might want to go through and save the PDF files.

Men’s rankings
Atlantic Region – NCAA data sheet

1 Stockton 17-4 17-5
2 Staten Island 17-4 17-5
3 Brooklyn 17-5 17-5
4 New Jersey City 14-7 14-7
5 DeSales 15-5 15-6
6 Rutgers-Newark 16-6 16-6
7 Delaware Valley 14-5 16-5

Central – NCAA data sheet

1 Benedictine  22-0 22-0
2 Augustana  21-1 21-1
3 St. Norbert 18-2 18-2
4 North Central (Ill.) 15-6 16-6
5 Elmhurst 19-3 19-3
6 Aurora 16-4 17-4
7 Chicago 13-6 14-6
8 Carroll 15-4 15-4

East – NCAA data sheet

1 Plattsburgh State 17-3 17-3
2 Rochester 14-5 14-6
3 SUNY Geneseo 14-4 14-5
4 Oswego State 14-6 14-6
5 SUNY Oneonta 13-7 13-7
6 St. John Fisher 15-5 15-5

Great Lakes – NCAA data sheet

1 John Carroll 21-0 21-0
2 Marietta 19-2 19-2
3 Ohio Wesleyan 19-2 19-2
4 Hope 17-1 19-2
5 Alma 16-5 16-5
6 Wooster 15-5 16-5
7 Mount Union 14-5 15-5
8 Hiram 15-5 15-6
9 Trine 14-6 15-6

Mid-Atlantic – NCAA data sheet

1 Christopher Newport 20-1 20-1
2 Susquehanna 16-2 18-2
3 Salisbury 16-5 16-5
4 Catholic 16-5 16-5
5 Franklin and Marshall 18-3 18-3
6 Scranton 15-5 16-5

Northeast – NCAA data sheet

1 Amherst 18-4 18-4
2 Trinity (Conn.) 15-6 16-6
3 Tufts 17-5 17-5
4 Babson 15-5 15-5
5 Wesleyan  18-4 18-4
6 WPI 16-5 16-5
7 Eastern Connecticut 14-7 14-7
8 MIT 16-4 16-4
9 Johnson & Wales  19-1 20-1
10 Southern Vermont 18-3 18-3
11 Nichols 18-3 18-3

South – NCAA data sheet

1 Emory 14-5 15-5
2 Texas Lutheran 17-5 17-5
3 Virginia Wesleyan 15-6 15-6
4 Lynchburg 16-5 16-5
5 LaGrange 12-5 15-6
6 East Texas Baptist 16-4 18-4
7 Roanoke 16-4 17-4
8 N.C. Wesleyan 11-4 15-6

West – NCAA data sheet

1 St. Thomas  19-1 19-1
2 Whitworth 19-1 20-1
3 Whitman 17-3 18-3
4 Concordia-Moorhead 14-6 14-7
5 Bethel  14-6 14-6
6 St. John’s  15-5 16-5
7 Dubuque 12-6 15-6

Women’s

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall record.

Atlantic

1 Stockton 18-4 18-4
2 Rowan 19-3 19-3
3 Montclair State 16-6 16-6
4 DeSales 16-5 16-5
5 Sage 17-4 17-4
6 Gwynedd Mercy 17-4 17-4
7 FDU-Florham 15-5 16-5
8 Manhattanville 14-6 14-6

Central

1 UW-Stevens Point 16-5 16-5
2 Washington U.  16-4 16-4
3 UW-River Falls 16-4 17-4
4 UW-Oshkosh 16-4 17-4
5 UW-Whitewater 16-4 17-4
6 Concordia (Wis.) 17-3 17-4
7 Wheaton (Ill.) 16-5 16-5
8 Westminster (Mo.) 15-2 16-4
9 St. Norbert 16-4 16-4

East

1 Rochester  17-3 17-3
2 New York University 17-3 17-3
3 SUNY Geneseo 14-4 14-5
4 Stevens 15-5 15-5
5 St. John Fisher 17-2 17-3
6 SUNY New Paltz 15-5 15-5
7 Clarkson 17-4 17-4
8 Rochester Tech 17-4 17-4

Great Lakes

1 Thomas More 20-0 20-0
2 Hope 21-0 21-0
3 Ohio Northern 18-3 18-3
4 Denison 19-3 19-3
5 Carnegie Mellon 15-5 15-5
6 Rose-Hulman 16-3 18-3
7 Capital 17-4 17-4
8 Bluffton 17-2 19-2
9 Washington and Jefferson 18-3 18-3

Mid-Atlantic

1 Scranton 21-0 21-0
2 Albright 20-2 20-2
3 Muhlenberg 17-2 17-2
4 Marymount  18-3 18-3
5 Moravian 16-5 16-5
6 Christopher Newport 19-2 19-2
7 Mary Washington 18-3 18-3
8 York (Pa.) 16-5 16-5

Northeast

1 Tufts 20-2 20-2
2 Amherst 21-1 21-1
3 University of New England 18-3 18-3
4 Bowdoin 17-5 17-5
5 Williams 17-5 17-5
6 St. Joseph’s (Maine) 15-4 17-4
7 Johnson & Wales  20-2 20-2
8 Eastern Connecticut  16-5 16-5
9 Keene State 18-3 18-3
10 Regis (Mass.) 18-3 18-3
11 WPI 20-1 20-1
12 Connecticut College 16-5 16-5

South

1 Texas-Tyler 18-1 21-1
2 Guilford 16-3 16-3
3 Maryville (Tenn.) 17-3 17-3
4 Lynchburg 17-4 17-4
5 Trinity (Texas) 16-3 18-4
6 Birmingham-Southern 17-2 18-2
7 Hendrix 16-5 16-5
8 Emory & Henry 15-4 15-5
9 Eastern Mennonite 14-6 14-6

West

1 George Fox 20-0 21-0
2 St. Thomas 18-3 18-3
3 Saint Mary’s (Minn.) 18-3 18-3
4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 17-3 17-4
5 Luther 14-5 16-5
6 Cal Lutheran 16-3 16-5
7 Loras 14-6 14-7
8 Gustavus Adolphus 15-6 15-6

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

Final public NCAA regional rankings released

Eian Davis Albertus MagnusThe final public NCAA regional rankings were released Wednesday afternoon. The committees create one more ranking on Sunday, March 1, but do not release it to the public.

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

The second record is Division III record, followed by overall.
Through games of Sunday, Feb. 22.

NCAA Division III men’s basketball championships handbook

Men’s rankings
Atlantic Region – NCAA data sheet
1 Richard Stockton 20-5 20-5
2 William Paterson 19-6 19-6
3 Baruch 19-6 19-6
4 Brooklyn 21-5 21-5
5 Rutgers-Newark 18-8 18-8
6 Sage 20-4 21-4
7 Misericordia 19-6 19-6

Central – NCAA data sheet
1 Augustana 21-4 21-4
2 UW-Whitewater 21-2 22-3
3 UW-Stevens Point 21-4 21-4
4 Washington U. 19-5 19-5
5 St. Norbert 22-1 22-1
6 Illinois Wesleyan 18-7 18-7
7 Elmhurst 19-6 19-6
8 North Central (Ill.) 16-7 18-7

EastNCAA data sheet
1 St. John Fisher 21-4 21-4
2 Plattsburgh State 18-7 18-7
3 Hobart 18-6 18-7
4 Skidmore 17-7 17-7
5 NYU 16-8 16-8
6 Clarkson 18-6 19-6

Great Lakes – NCAA data sheet
1 Marietta 23-2 23-2
2 Ohio Wesleyan 21-4 21-4
3 Wooster 20-5 20-5
4 John Carroll 19-5 19-5
5 Mount Union 19-6 19-6
6 Penn State-Behrend 23-2 23-2
7 Calvin 18-5 19-6
8 St. Vincent 18-6 19-6
9 Hope 16-7 17-8

Mid-Atlantic – NCAA data sheet
1 Johns Hopkins 22-3 22-3
2 Dickinson 20-5 20-5
3 Catholic 21-3 21-4
4 Franklin and Marshall 20-5 20-5
5 Scranton 20-5 20-5
6 St. Mary’s (Md.) 18-4 20-4

Northeast – NCAA data sheet
1 Babson 23-2 23-2
2 Trinity (Conn.) 19-4 20-5
3 Amherst 19-6 19-6
4 Bates 19-6 19-6
5 Eastern Connecticut 21-4 21-4
6 WPI 21-4 21-4
7 Albertus Magnus 24-1 24-1
8 Bowdoin 18-7 18-7
9 Springfield 18-7 18-7
10 Southern Vermont 21-2 22-3
11 Wesleyan 17-8 17-8

South – NCAA data sheet
1 Randolph-Macon 23-2 23-2
2 Emory 19-5 19-5
3 Virginia Wesleyan 20-4 21-4
4 East Texas Baptist 20-5 20-5
5 Centre 19-4 20-4
6 Hardin-Simmons 19-6 19-6
7 Rhodes 18-5 18-6
8 Mary Hardin-Baylor 17-8 17-8

West – NCAA data sheet
1 St. Thomas 22-3 22-3
2 St. Olaf 21-4 21-4
3 Buena Vista 18-6 18-7
4 Whitman 19-4 20-5
5 Whitworth 22-3 22-3
6 Dubuque 19-5 20-5
7 Bethel 17-8 17-8

Women’s

The first record is Division III record, followed by overall record.

 

Atlantic
1 Montclair State 24-1 24-1
2 FDU-Florham 24-1 24-1
3 Cabrini 22-3 22-3
4 Richard Stockton 20-5 20-5
5 Eastern 19-4 21-4
6 Baruch 22-4 22-4
7 Brooklyn 19-6 19-6
8 Rowan 16-9 17-9

Central
1 Wheaton (Ill.) 19-3 22-3
2 Washington U. 21-2 22-2
3 North Central (Ill.) 20-4 21-4
4 St. Norbert 20-3 20-3
5 Wisconsin Lutheran 21-4 21-4
6 Chicago 17-6 18-6
7 UW-Oshkosh 18-6 19-6
8 Spalding 18-3 18-3
9 UW-Superior 18-6 18-7

East
1 Geneseo 21-3 21-4
2 New York University 20-4 20-4
3 Ithaca 21-4 21-4
4 Stevens 22-3 22-3
5 St. John Fisher 19-6 19-6
6 Cortland 20-5 20-5
7 St. Lawrence 19-6 19-6

Great Lakes
1 Thomas More 23-0 25-0
2 Calvin 23-0 25-0
3 DePauw 23-1 23-1
4 John Carroll 22-3 22-3
5 Transylvania 23-1 24-1
6 Hope 22-3 22-3
7 Ohio Northern 20-5 20-5
8 St. Vincent 21-4 21-4
9 Baldwin Wallace 19-6 19-6

Mid-Atlantic
1 Scranton 23-2 23-2
2 Salisbury 23-2 23-2
3 Stevenson 21-3 21-3
4 McDaniel 23-2 23-2
5 Muhlenberg 18-7 18-7
6 Albright 19-6 19-6

Northeast
1 Tufts 24-1 24-1
2 Amherst 23-2 23-2
3 Bowdoin 21-3 22-3
4 Williams 20-5 20-5
5 University of New England 20-5 20-5
6 Westfield State 21-4 21-4
7 Mass-Dartmouth 18-7 18-7
8 Springfield 19-6 19-6
9 Roger Williams 19-6 19-6
10 Eastern Connecticut 17-8 17-8
11 Norwich 19-4 21-4
12 Castleton 21-4 21-4
(The NCAA notes the GNAC did not cast a ballot in this week’s ranking.)

South
1 Texas-Tyler 24-1 24-1
2 Eastern Mennonite 21-2 21-3
3 Maryville 23-2 23-2
4 Randolph-Macon 20-3 20-4
5 Texas-Dallas 21-4 21-4
6 Trinity (Texas) 19-5 20-5
7 Lynchburg 17-8 17-8
8 Louisiana College 16-7 16-7
9 Millsaps 18-5 20-5

West
1 George Fox 24-0 25-0
2 St. Thomas 25-0 25-0
3 Puget Sound 20-3 22-3
4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 21-3 22-3
5 Whitworth 15-4 21-4
6 Luther 18-5 20-5
7 Bethel 20-4 20-5
8 Dubuque 17-8 17-8

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

Second regional rankings released Thursday

rmc-giggetts-actionThe second NCAA regional rankings were released Thursday morning. One more ranking will follow on Feb. 25, along with one on Sunday, March 1, which we do not get to see.

If you’ve missed it, the men’s region formerly known as the Midwest was renamed the Central Region this season, and the WIAC was moved into that region from the West. Other conferences moved, primarily between the Atlantic and Mid-Atlantic regions, for both men and women. Need to know more about the regional rankings process and what they mean? Need to know more about the NCAA Tournament? Check out our NCAA Tournament FAQ.

The second record is Division III record, followed by overall.
Through games of Sunday, Feb. 15.

NCAA Division III men’s basketball championships handbook

Men’s rankings
Atlantic Region – NCAA data sheet

1 Richard Stockton 19-5 19-5
2 William Paterson 19-5 19-5
3 Baruch 18-5 18-5
4 Brooklyn 19-5 19-5
5 Rutgers-Newark 16-8 16-8
6 Sage Colleges 18-4 19-4
7 Staten Island 17-7 17-7

Central – NCAA data sheet

1 Augustana (IL) 20-4 20-4
2 Wis.-Whitewater 19-2 20-3
3 Wis.-Stevens Point 20-4 20-4
4 Washington-St. Louis 17-5 17-5
5 Elmhurst 19-5 19-5
6 St. Norbert 21-1 21-1
7 Ill. Wesleyan 17-7 17-7
8 North Central (IL) 15-7 17-7

East – NCAA data sheet

1 St. John Fisher 20-2 20-2
2 Plattsburgh St. 16-6 16-6
3 NYU 16-6 16-6
4 Hobart 16-6 16-7
5 Skidmore 16-7 16-7
6 Clarkson 17-5 18-5

Great Lakes – NCAA data sheet
1 Marietta 21-2 21-2
2 Ohio Wesleyan 19-4 19-4
3 Wooster 18-5 18-5
4 Mount Union 18-5 18-5
5 John Carroll 17-5 17-5
6 Case 12-6 14-7
7 Calvin 16-5 17-6
8 Penn St.-Behrend 21-2 21-2
9 Hope 14-7 15-8

Mid-Atlantic – NCAA data sheet
1 Johns Hopkins 20-3 20-3
2 Dickinson 19-4 19-4
3 Catholic 20-2 20-3
4 Frank. & Marsh. 19-4 19-4
5 Scranton 18-5 18-5
6 St. Mary’s (MD) 16-4 18-4

Northeast – NCAA data sheet
1 Babson 21-2 21-2
2 Bates 18-5 18-5
3 Trinity (CT) 18-4 19-5
4 Amherst 18-6 18-6
5 Eastern Conn. St. 19-4 19-4
6 WPI 19-4 19-4
7 Bowdoin 17-6 17-6
8 Springfield 16-7 16-7
9 Albertus Magnus 21-1 21-1
10 Rhode Island Col. 16-7 16-7
11 Southern Vt. 19-2 20-3

South – NCAA data sheet
1 Randolph-Macon 21-2 21-2
2 Emory 17-5 17-5
3 East Tex. Baptist 19-4 19-4
4 Va. Wesleyan 18-4 19-4
5 Centre 17-4 18-4
6 Hardin-Simmons 17-6 17-6
7 Louisiana College 13-5 13-9
8 Mary Hardin-Baylor 16-7 16-7

West – NCAA data sheet
1 St. Thomas (MN) 20-2 20-2
2 St. Olaf 20-3 20-3
3 Buena Vista 17-5 17-6
4 Dubuque 18-4 19-4
5 Whitman 17-4 18-5
6 Whitworth 20-3 20-3
7 Chapman 13-3 18-3

Women’s

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

 

Atlantic

1 Montclair State 23-1 23-1
2 FDU-Florham 22-1 22-1
3 Cabrini 21-3 21-3
4 Richard Stockton 20-4 20-4
5 Eastern 17-4 19-4
6 Baruch 19-4 19-4
7 Rowan 16-7 17-7
8 Brooklyn 18-5 18-5

Central

1 Wheaton (Illinois) 18-3 21-3
2 Washington U in St. Louis 19-2 20-2
3 North Central (Illinois) 19-4 20-4
4 St. Norbert 19-3 19-3
5 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 18-4 19-4
6 Wisconsin Lutheran 19-4 19-4
7 Chicago 15-6 16-6
8 Wisconsin-Superior 17-5 17-6
9 Spalding 16-3 16-3

East

1 New York University 20-2 20-2
2 SUNY Geneseo 18-3 18-4
3 Ithaca 19-4 19-4
4 Stevens 19-3 19-3
5 SUNY Cortland 19-4 19-4
6 St. John Fisher 17-5 17-5
7 St. Lawrence 18-5 18-5

Great Lakes

1 Thomas More 21-0 23-0
2 Calvin 20-0 22-0
3 DePauw 22-1 22-1
4 John Carroll 20-3 20-3
5 Hope 21-2 21-2
6 Transylvania 21-1 22-1
7 Saint Vincent 20-3 20-3
8 Baldwin Wallace 18-5 18-5
9 Ohio Northern 18-5 18-5

Mid-Atlantic

1 Salisbury 22-1 22-1
2 Scranton 22-2 22-2
3 Stevenson 20-2 20-2
4 McDaniel 22-1 22-1
5 Muhlenberg 16-6 16-6
6 Albright 17-6 17-6

Northeast

1 Tufts 23-1 23-1
2 Amherst 21-2 21-2
3 Bowdoin 20-3 21-3
4 Williams 19-5 19-5
5 University of New England 19-4 19-4
6 Springfield 18-6 18-6
7 Massachusetts Dartmouth 17-6 17-6
8 Westfield State 19-4 19-4
9 Eastern Connecticut State 15-8 15-8
10 Roger Williams 17-6 17-6
11 Norwich 17-4 19-4
12 Castleton 20-4 20-4

South

1 Texas-Tyler 23-1 23-1
2 Eastern Mennonite 19-2 19-3
3 Randolph-Macon 18-3 18-4
4 Maryville (Tennessee) 21-2 21-2
5 Texas-Dallas 19-4 19-4
6 Lynchburg 16-7 16-7
7 Trinity (Texas) 18-5 19-5
8 Louisiana College 16-5 16-5
9 Piedmont 18-5 18-5

West

1 George Fox 22-0 23-0
2 St. Thomas (Minnesota) 23-0 23-0
3 Whitworth 14-3 20-3
4 Puget Sound 18-3 20-3
5 Luther 17-4 19-4
6 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 19-3 20-3
7 Bethel (Minnesota) 19-3 19-4
8 Whitman 12-6 15-8

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