Final 2019 D-II, NAIA, D-III Rankings

The seasons for each the three small school divisions have come to a close with each division’s crown resting upon a familiar head. In D-II the Tampa Spartans held off Colorado Mesa to earn the school’s eighth all time title and third in seven years. In the NAIA the trophy had returned to Tennessee as…

DII, NAIA, DIII Rankings: May 22

Along with the penultimate rankings this week is a quick look at the teams remaining in each of the three small school divisions. The NCAA D-II and D-III levels are gearing for Super Regional play in which a pair of teams will go head-to-head for the honor of advancing to the final eight. For each…

DII, NAIA, DIII Rankings: May 8

ms haven’t been ranked at all this season, but have perpetually been a club considered for inclusion. WCU have been especially on point as of late, going 12-3 to end the regular season and have won their last seven, which included a sweep of an excellent Bloomsburg crew that will rise the postseason stock considerably….

DII, NAIA, DIII Rankings: May 1

With April turning into May teams are starting to do a little scoreboard watching, especially those for whom an extended postseason has not yet been secured. While there are a number of postseason worthy teams, there are only a limited number of precious positions available in each division’s national tournament. Consequently there are a handful…

DII, NAIA, DIII Rankings: Apr. 24

While college baseball is often depicted as having its strongest base in the southeast region of the country, it’s important to remember that quality baseball exists in the Pacific Time zone. Consequently, along with the latest small school rankings some of the top schools west of the Rocky Mountains are featured. These clubs and their…

DII, NAIA, DIII Rankings: Apr. 17

If you look through the annals of college baseball history (or any sport for that matter), you’ll find that far more often than not the preseason pick to take home the title will end the season empty-handed. For whatever reason it simply rarely happens. Perhaps pressure plays a part. Maybe it puts too big of a…