NCAA Div. II Basketball Regional Rankings Print
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Wednesday, 27 February 2008 23:49
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 Through Feb. 24
(With overall record and region record)
EAST
1. California, Pa. 19-4 18-3
2. Mount Olive 21-5 21-5
3. Millersville 18-6 18-6
4. Pfeiffer 19-5 19-4
5. Alderson-Broaddus 21-6 20-5
6. Edinboro 17-5 17-5
7. Queens, N.C. 18-7 18-7
8. Cheyney 16-8 16-8
9. Barton 17-8 17-7
10. West Liberty State 19-5 19-5
GREAT LAKES
1. Grand Valley State 26-0 23-0
2. Findlay 20-3 19-3
3. Drury 18-3 17-2
4. Northern Kentucky 16-5 14-5
5. Kentucky Wesleyan 18-5 16-4
6. Gannon 21-3 21-3
7. Lewis 15-7 15-6
8. Saint Josephs, Ind. 15-9 14-8
9. Bellarmine 14-8 13-8
10. Wisconsin-Parkside 11-11 11-11
NORTH CENTRAL
1. Winona State 25-0 21-0
2. Northern State 20-2 19-2
3. Minnesota State Mankato 18-5 15-4
4. Fort Lewis 18-5 17-4
5. Nebraska-Omaha 16-5 13-5
6. South Dakota 16-4 11-4
7. Augustana, S.D. 17-6 14-6
8. Adams State 17-8 16-8
9. Southwest Minnesota State 14-11 14-8
10. Nebraska-Kearney 13-11 13-11
NORTHEAST
1. Bentley 26-0 24-0
2. Assumption 20-8 19-7
3. Saint Rose 20-6 19-6
4. C.W. Post 22-3 22-3
5. Bryant 16-10 16-10
6. Philadelphia U. 18-11 18-9
7. Holy Family 18-8 16-8
8. Merrimack 16-10 16-10
9. Stonehill 16-12 15-10
10. Le Moyne 14-3 14-11
SOUTH
1. North Alabama 19-7 18-4
2. Florida Southern 21-6 18-5
3. Benedict 20-4 20-4
4. Tampa 16-7 14-5
5. Harding 11-8 11-8
6. Eckerd 16-8 16-5
7. Rollins 16-7 11-7
8. West Georgia 13-10 13-10
9. Alabama-Huntsville 13-12 11-10
10. Christian Brothers 15-9 14-7
SOUTH ATLANTIC
1. Augusta State 21-3 21-3
2. South Carolina Aiken 23-2 23-1
3. Lenoir-Rhyne 20-3 19-3
4. Virginia Union 19-6 17-6
5. Elizabeth City State 17-6 17-6
6. Wingate 19-4 17-4
7. Bowie State 18-7 18-7
8. Carson-Newman 18-4 18-4
9. Armstrong Atlantic State 16-9 16-9
10. Johnson C. Smith 16-9 16-9
SOUTH CENTRAL
1. Tarleton State 18-4 15-4
M 20-4 18-3
3. Southwest Baptist 16-6 16-6
4. Northwest Missouri State 15-7 14-7
5. St. Edwards 17-4 15-3
6. Central Oklahoma 17-5 17-5
7. Southwestern Oklahoma State 17-5 17-5
8. Fort Hays State 12-8 12-8
9. Abilene Christian 14-7 14-7
10. Washburn 14-7 13-7
WEST
1. Alaska Anchorage 22-1 16-1
2. Cal State San Bernardino 21-4 19-4
3. Seattle Pacific 16-6 11-6
4. Chaminade 15-4 15-4
5. Central Washington 15-6 14-6
6. Humboldt State 16-7 16-7
7. Brigham Young-Hawaii 16-7 13-7
8. Seattle 16-8 14-7
9. Cal State Dominguez Hills 14-8 12-8
10. UC San Diego 14-8 13-8
 

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