DII, NAIA, DIII rankings: March 4

Photo: Michael Zubovich (Randolph-Macon Athletics)

With the third in-season update of the year each of the three teams which started the season ranked No. 1 remain in their positions. However, their respective grasps on the top spot are extremely dissimilar.

In D-II Angelo State has left little doubt they are the team to beat as they started the season with 16 straight wins. They finally lost a game last weekend when a bad inning derailed their unbeaten streak. The ASU offense has been spectacular as they are slugging .620 as team with 51 doubles and 27 home runs in only 18 games. They are even dangerous on the basepaths as they have amassed 48 stolen bases. On the mound their 4.81 ERA is a bit robust, but they have struck out 196 batters in 146 innings and are holding opposition to a .265 average and have only issued 46 walks.

The only knock against the Rams is that they haven’t faced a single ranked opponent this season and in all likelihood may not until they reach regional play. Nevertheless, the Lone Star Conference does provide solid competition which should have them ready for the extended postseason.

Freed-Hardeman remains the top team in the rankings in the NAIA, however they haven’t been the best team. That distinction would go to Southeastern who holds an 18-1 record at week’s end with wins over Georgia Gwinnett and Madonna. Additionally, the Fire are batting over .380 as a team with 57 home runs and their pitching staff has a 3.90 ERA while holding opposition to a .219 batting average. FHU has a very, very good 14-2 record, but they haven’t been putting much distance between themselves and opposition. They’ve had five wins by either one or two runs and another that took extra innings.

They haven’t played a ranked team yet (they do play Lyon and Faulkner at the end of the month) and are only batting .262 as a team, well over .100 points less than SEU. Their pitching staff has been particularly impressive however as their team ERA is 2.59 and are holding opposing teams to a .181 batting average. Freed is unquestionably one of the top teams in the land, but their top ranking is still partially based on potential than performance. Their leading hitter Josh Sears is just beginning to warm up and the club is full of veterans who’ll help power them into the postseason.

In the D-III realm, Webster has not performed like the best club in the division. At 3-2 they could very easily be under .500 as two of their wins required extra innings. They were tied with a very good Concordia-Chicago team before weather halted the contest on Sunday, but the Cougars have lost some of their luster as well after starting 0-2. Three factors are keeping the Worlocks in the No. 1 position for now.

Firstly, their potential. Webster was one of the top teams last season and much of the roster returned this spring. Every pitcher who threw at least 10 innings last season is back along with much of the starting lineup – the Gorlocks are very good.

Secondly, Webster is not playing as poorly as their record shows. The offense is batting .273, which, while it won’t turn any heads, isn’t too shabby. Their power game is down, way down, but it could take some time for their St. Louis based bats to warm up. Their pitching has been excellent. As a team they had a 1.00 ERA through the first four games and limited opposing teams to a .235 average. Of the 13 runs scored against them, only six were earned runs. If Webster cleans up their defense (nine errors in their first five games) they should have better results in the box score.

The third reason Webster remains the No. 1 team is no one else has really proven themselves to be deserving of the position. Second-ranked UW Whitewater has only played three games, previously positioned No. 3 Wooster only one and other potential candidates such as Cortland, Birmingham Southern, Trinity (Texas) and Chapman went a combined 2-9 last week.

If the D-III rankings were based on on-the-field action alone, the best team so far may be Randolph-Macon. The Yellow Jackets have started the season with an 11-1 record with notable wins over Rhodes (unofficially the 26th team in the rankings), preseason No. 4 school Cortland State, Christopher Newport (who led D-III in slugging percentage last season) and swept three games from previously 25th-ranked TCNJ last weekend. R-MC moved into the top 10 this week after starting the season positioned 20th nationally.

Below are how the rest of the rankings shape up entering the first week of March.

Rankings are based on games through Sunday, March 1.

NCAA Division II

1. Angelo State Rams (17-1) – The Rams ran their winning season opening winning streak to 16 games before finally being besting in a game. Last weekend ASU won three of four against West Texas A&M in a tightly contested series as the Rams earned two of their wins via extra-inning walk-offs. The Rams are batting .371 as a team and continue to be led by senior Josh Elvir who has a gargantuan 1.771 slugging percentage.

2. Central Missouri Mules (14-3) – The Mules hosted Rogers State and swept three games from the Hillcats. Dusty Stroup, who transferred from MIAA rival Missouri Western, has been brilliant for UCM. He currently has a twelve-game hitting streak and is batting .446 with 14 extra-base hits.

3. Catawba Indians (15-2) – The Indians continue to be in a bee in the bonnet of North Greenville, the team they eliminated to advance to the D-II Baseball Championships last season. Catawba earned a midweek win over the Crusaders which resulted in the two teams switching positions in the rankings. The Indians also swept three games at Queens in Charlotte.

4. North Greenville Crusaders (16-3-1) – The Crusaders were unable to get revenge on the team which eliminated them from the postseason last year as fellow top-five team Catawba, came from behind to defeat NGU. Over the weekend the Crusaders swept three games from Emmanuel. Ryan Kirk has been phenomenal out of the bullpen. In 14 innings over eight appearances Kirk has yet to allow an earned run, only given up four hits and has three wins and three saves.

5. Mount Olive Trojans (15-2) – The Trojans outscored Chowan 31-5 in a three-game sweep. UMO will be tested mightily this week with midweek matchups against a pair of ranked opponents in Catawba and Newberry.

6. Georgia College Bobcats (11-1) – The Bobcats had an incredible week and climb three spots in the rankings after earning a road sweep over North Georgia. To complete the series GC’ hitters mashed five home runs in route to a lopsided 13-1 victory. Cassius Young has earned multiple hits in nine of the last 10 games he’s played in, which includes going 8-for-14 against the Nighthawks.

7. Minnesota State Mavericks (2-2) – The Mavericks had the week off as they prepare for an extended spring break trip to Florida in which they will play nine games in eight days.

8. Tampa Spartans (11-5) – The Spartans made the short trip down I-275 to earn a win over Eckerd midweek and won two of three close games over Florida Tech at home. After hosting Seton Hill Monday, Tampa will head up to Georgia and play a series at Albany State.

9. Colorado Mesa Mavericks (10-4) – The Mavericks inexplicitly lost the first two games in their home series with Minot State before rebounding to split the series. The series finale took four hours as the teams combined to tally 35 hits and 28 runs. Also, in the last game sophomore outfielder Tanner Garner stole six bases.

10. UC San Diego Tritons (13-4) – UCSD won the first three games of their series with San Francisco State but couldn’t complete the sweep. The loss in the finale was their first in 10 home games this season.

11. Augustana Vikings (7-4) – The Vikings scored 34 runs in their three-game road sweep of Southwest Baptist. Jordan Barth finished the series going 8-for-12 and has a hit in each of Augustana’s 11 games this season.

12. Azusa Pacific Cougars (8-8) – It looked like the Cougars’ slow start would continue as they lost the first game of their Hawaii trip to Hawaii Pacific, but APU finally turned things around and won the next three by outscoring the Sharks 41-11 to finally even their record. Osvaldo Tovalin, who hit .396 with 19 home runs last season, is homerless and batting a pedestrian .276.

13. North Georgia (10-5) – The Nighthawks ran into the Georgia College buzz saw and lost each of their three games to the Bobcats. Aside from the final game, the other two contests were tight with the opener going to extra-innings and the finale being decided by one run.

14. Columbus State Cougars (14-3) – The Cougars pounced on Montevallo and dropped the Falcons 9-1 midweek before sweeping Lander over the weekend. Over CSU’s current seven-game winning streak their pitchers have held opposition to a .226 batting average and earned a team 1.29 ERA.

15. Bellarmine Knights (5-4) – The Knights had the week off. This week they will play Lee and Quincy on the road.

16. Southern New Hampshire Penmen (8-3) The Penmen remain undefeated since their disappointing sweep at the hands of Colorado Mesa to start the season. Last week they played on the road against previously 16th-ranked NYIT and won each of their three games over the Bears.

17. Dixie State Trailblazers (11-3) – Dixie State had the week off from competitive play. They will host Adams State this week in a four-game series.

18. Newberry Wolves (15-4) – The Wolves were edged by Lander midweek but did sweep Lincoln Memorial in an important SAC series. The Wolves’ offense has been rather woeful, but their pitching staff has been overpowering. Thomas Sorcia Jr. and Quniton Driggers have combined to strikeout 72 batters in 52 1/3 innings while only allowing 33 hits.

19. East Stroudsburg Warriors (9-1) – The Warriors were to have played Jefferson and IUP, but their games against the Rams and Crimson Hawks were postponed. This week ESU is to host IUP and Bloomfield.

20. Delta State Statesmen (10-7) – The Statemen had a rare winless week, as they not only were defeated by Henderson State midweek, but they also they also were swept in Pensacola by West Florida. DSU will be looking to get on track this week against Southern Arkansas and Auburn-Montgomery.

21. Ashland Eagles (5-1) – The Eagles make a small move up in the rankings after sweeping three games on the road over Southern Indiana. The Eagles will head to the Russ Matt Invitational in central Florida where they will play eight games in eight days.

22. Davenport Panthers (10-2) – The Panthers lost a midweek game last to the UMSL Tritons, but did convincing sweep four games from Maryville while in St. Louis. DU outscored the Saints 51-10 and currently have four regulars batting over .400, topped by Jacob Buchberger, who is hitting .510 with 10 extra-base hits and only three strikeouts.

23. Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars (8-2) – UIS thumped Purdue Northwest by a combined score of 45-11. Five of Zion Pettigrew’s 15 hits this season have been home runs and he is leading the team with a .395 batting average.

24. NYIT Bears (4-4) – The Bears had an opportunity to impress and make a substantial move in the rankings, but instead were swept in three games at home to Southern New Hampshire in which they only scored four runs. An April midweek game against East Stroudsburg is NYIT’s only remaining game against a team currently in the rankings. As such the Bears will have to impress with quantity rather than quality of wins if they are to remain in the Top 25.

25. Southern Arkansas Muleriders (15-3) – Following a midweek win over Mississippi College and winning two of three over Northwestern Oklahoma State, the Muleriders replace Arkansas-Monticello as the GAC’s representative in the Top 25. Zach Smith has been phenomenal this season on the mound with a 0.81 ERA in five appearances. In those outings he had totaled 33 1/3 innings while only allowing 17 hits (.145 opponent batting average) with 33 strikeouts.

Dropped out: Arkansas-Monticello Boll Weevils (7-9) – Considering the amount of talent the Weevils returned from last season’s successful club, their sub .500 start to the season is inexplicable. UAM lost two of three to Southwest Oklahoma State last weekend to get removed from the rankings.

11Angelo State RamsTX17-13-1
22Central Missouri MulesMO14-33-0
34Catawba IndiansNC15-24-0
43North Greenville CrusadersSC16-3-13-1
55Mount Olive TrojansNC15-23-0
69Georgia College BobcatsGA11-13-0
77Minnesota State MavericksMN2-20-0
88Tampa SpartansFL11-53-1
96Colorado Mesa MavericksCO10-42-2
1010UC San Diego TritonsCA13-43-1
1113Augustana VikingsSD7-43-0
1214Azusa Pacific CougarsCA8-83-1
1312North Georgia NighthawksGA10-50-3
1420Columbus St. CougarsGA14-34-0
1515Bellarmine KnightsKY5-40-0
1624Southern New Hampshire PenmenNH8-33-0
1717Dixie State TrailblazersUT11-30-0
1818Newberry WolvesSC15-43-1
1919East Stroudsburg WarriorsPA9-10-0
2011Delta State StatesmenMS10-70-4
2122Ashland EaglesOH5-13-0
2221Davenport PantersMI10-23-1
2323Illinois Springfield Prairie StarsIL8-23-0
2416NYIT BearsNY4-40-3
25NRSouthern Arkansas MuleridersAR15-33-1

Dropped out: Arkansas-Monticello (25).


1. Freed-Hardeman Lions (14-2) – The Lions soundly swept Harris-Stowe State and remain in the No. 1 position. After a slow start All American Josh Sears is finally beginning to heat up and went 9-for-17 over the last four games with four walks and five extra-base hits.

2. Southeastern Fire (18-1) – The Fire continued to dominate on the diamond with five more lopsided wins. SEU earned a win over Mount Vernon Nazarene, swept three games from Ave Maria and pounded Madonna 16-7 Sunday in a match-up of ranked teams.

3. St. Thomas Bobcats (13-3) – The Bobcats had a pair of midweek games in which they split with Ave Maria (an 18-16 win) and D-II’s Nova Southeastern (a 7-11 loss). Over the weekend STU had little trouble outscoring Warner as they swept the Royals by outscoring them 28-5.

4. Science and Arts Drovers (13-1) – The Drovers swept their series with Mid-America Christian, but the games were closer than anticipated with two of the contests being decided by a single run thanks to late rallies by the Evangels. Matt Merrill and Colton Williams have 0.75 and 1.19 ERAs respectively and have struck out 76 batters in 46 2/3 innings while only allowing 20 hits.

5. LSU Shreveport Pilots (15-3) – The Pilots offense put on a show against Jarvis Christian as they scored double digits in each of their games. Nevertheless, the Bulldogs were pretty potent as well and scored 32 runs in the three contests as well. LSUS took the series two games to one.

6. Faulkner Eagles (15-4) – The Eagles swept a doubleheader from Talladega, but struggled against William Carey, who, even following taking two of three from Faulkner, are under .500 on the season. The Eagles will look to get back to their winning ways this week with two more games against Talladega and a series with Blue Mountain.

7. Cumberlands Patriots (17-1) – The Patriots ran their season starting winning streak to 17 games before falling to Huntington in seven innings in the finale of their series. While much deserved praise should be piled on Bryan Leef with his .365 average and .889 slugging percentage, the Pats’ pitching has been especially dominant as they have a team 2.98 ERA and are holding opposition to a .211 batting average.

8. Tennessee Wesleyan Bulldogs (11-4) – Like Faulkner, the Bulldogs were stymied by a sub-.500 team as Truett McConnell, who won two of three over the defending national champions. TWU will look to rebound against stiff competition this week as they play an always tough Reinhardt team and a surging Point squad on the road.

9. Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies (18-2) – The Grizzlies enter the top 10 following a win over Reinhardt and sweep of Northwestern Ohio. GGC will be riding a 17-game winning streak into a tournament with Lourdes, Talladega, Viterbo and Cumberlands this week.

10. Bryan Lions (13-2) – The Lions had a game against Lindsey Wilson canceled and upped their win total to an unlucky 13 following a series sweep over visiting Kentucky Christian.

11. Oklahoma City Stars (11-7) – The Stars’ staff threw a pair of shutouts over Bacone to help propel OCU to a series sweep. During the wins Tyler Williams added a pair of home runs to put him at 10 for the season.

12. Benedictine Mesa Redhawks (18-5) – The Redhawks made one of the biggest upward moves in the Top 25 after earning a win over Ottawa and two more against Marymount California in which they outscored the Mariners 15-2. After hosting Mount Marty midweek ACU will welcome Antelope Valley in a key Cal Pac series.

13. Central Methodist Eagles (14-3) – The Eagles made a jump after an impressive week in which they easily handled both Graceland and Peru State in doubleheaders. CMU scored a total of 51 runs in the contests. Mason Schwellenback went 7-for-10 with a pair of home runs at the plate and held Peru State to three hits in six innings on the mound over the weekend.

14. Indiana Southeast Grenadiers (12-0) – The Grenadiers are the only remaining undefeated team as they earned a win over Cumberland and swept WVU Tech. IU Southeast’s bullpen has dominated with pitcher like Brenden Bube who has only allowed a single hit in seven innings and Jacob Frankel who has 18 strikeouts in just 8 1/3 innings.

15. Arizona Christian Firestorm (16-7) – The Firestorm easily outpaced Park-Gilbert midweek but were extinguished in three of four on the road to William Jessup in which they were shutout twice and only scored a pair of runs in the other loss. ACU returns home to host Ottawa (AZ) this week.

16. Campbellsville Tigers (11-5) – The Tigers lost a game to Madonna and won two over Roosevelt. This will be CU’s week to show their moxie as they host a pair of ranked teams who are a combined 29-1 in Cumberlands and IU Southeast.

17. Texas Wesleyan Rams (15-9) – Texas Wesleyan started last week with a pair of 10-run wins and a 6-0 shutout, but lost the finale of their series with Southwestern Christian and a Sunday matinee with Texas A&M Texarkana. The Rams have a huge series with a resurgent Oklahoma City squad this week.

18. Lyon Scots (15-4) – The Scots have made a move up each week and enter the top 20 after splitting two close contests with Blue Mountain and easily sweeping Hannibal-LaGrange. The Scots have the week off before returning to action against non-NAIA school Arlington Baptist.

19. Madonna Crusaders (13-5) – Madonna picked up a nice win over Campbellsville but were doubled up by Roosevelt 2-4 and manhandled by Southeastern 7-16. The Crusaders have single games against Robert Morris and Spring Arbor on this week’s schedule.

20. Georgetown Tigers (8-6) – The Tigers rallied in the ninth to take the lead over Asbury, but the Eagles won the game in the bottom of the ninth to continue the Tigers’ lackluster start. GC did rebound to win a pair of games over Lourdes, but much stronger performances will be needed to keep them listed among the elite.

21. Bellevue Bruins (6-7) – The underachieving Bruins had their first winning week of the season as they easily outscored Mount Vernon Nazarene and took both ends of a doubleheader from Siena Heights. BU has a big Florida trip upcoming with games against the ilk of St. Thomas, Webber International and Warner.

22. Concordia (MI) Cardinals (10-2) – The Cardinals swept four games from Shawnee State, which included a shutout and 21-7 mauling. Concordia should add a quartet of wins this week as they play Roosevelt who is batting .204 as a team with a 9.11 ERA.

23. Taylor Trojans (10-2) – The Trojans had the week off. They’ll return to action this week with games against Defiance College and Goshen.

24. Concordia (NE) (8-2) – After a week off the Bulldogs returned to action with an easy sweep of Waldorf which included a pair of 10-0 shutouts. Concordia will play a doubleheader against Baker midweek before playing Morningside.

25. Mobile Rams (16-4) – The Ram’ series with Bethel was much closer than anticipated with Mobile needing extra innings to win the first game, getting a shutout win in the second and losing the finale late.

11Freed-Hardeman LionsTN14-23-0
23Southeastern FireFL18-15-0
32St. Thomas BobcatsFL13-34-1
44USAO DroversOK13-13-0
56LSU Shreveport PilotsLA15-32-1
65Faulkner EaglesAL15-43-2
78Cumberlands PatriotsKY17-13-1
87Tennessee Wesleyan BulldogsTN11-41-2
911Georgia Gwinnett GrizzliesGA18-25-0
1010Bryan LionsTN13-23-0
1113Oklahoma City StarsOK11-73-0
1216Benedicine Mesa RedhawksAZ18-53-0
1317Central Methodist EaglesMO14-34-0
1419Indiana Southeast GrenadiersIN12-04-0
159Arizona Christian FirestormAZ16-72-3
1615Campbellsville TigersKY11-52-1
1712Texas Wesleyan RamsTX15-93-2
1820Lyon ScotsAR15-44-1
1918Madonna CrusadersMI13-51-2
2014Georgetown TigersKY8-62-1
2121Bellevue BruinsNE6-73-0
2222Concordia CardinalsMI10-24-0
2323Taylor TrojansIN10-20-0
2424Concordia BulldogsNE8-24-0
2525Mobile RamsAL16-42-1

Dropped out: None.

NCAA Division III

1. Webster Gorlocks (3-2) – The Gorlocks got back on the sunny side of .500 following a 11-1 mercy-rule win over North Park and slim 4-3 extra-inning win against Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Lightning halted a marquee matchup against Concordia-Chicago in the top of the 10th inning in the weekend finale. The game will be continued when Webster and CUC play each other again during their spring break trips to Florida.

2. UW-Whitewater Warhawks (2-1) – The Warhawks had games against fellow ranked teams Heidelberg and Baldwin Wallace, but the tournament was canceled due to weather. UWW’s next games aren’t until the ides of March when they travel down to Florida for their spring trip.

3. Washington Bears (6-0) – The Bears remain perfect after crushing Illinois Tech in three games by a combined scored of 37-4. After hosting MacMurray, WashU will play Coe in what could be an exciting affair.

4. Wooster Fighting Scots (0-1) – The Scots finally took to the diamond for the first time of the season, but it was on the losing end of a game to Case Western Reserve. Wooster’s next games will be in Florida as a part of their spring break trip.

5. Southern Maine Huskies (0-0) – The Huskies still have another week off as they don’t start their season until March 13 against Roger Williams and Trinity (CT).

6. North Central Cardinals (4-0) – The Cardinals continue to dominate early this season as they shutout Otterbein 10-0. On the season NCC has outscored opposition 48-9.

7. St. John’s Fisher Cardinals (5-1) – The Cardinals started their spring break tip with wins over Cabrini and St. Joseph’s College of Maine. They’ll continue play in Florida this week with contests against Ohio Northern, St. Mary’s (MN), St. Vincent and John Carroll.

8. UMass-Boston Beacons (1-0) – The Beacons started their season with a wall-ff extra inning win over Stephens. The Beacons have games this week against Suffolk and MIT.

9. Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets (11-1) – R-MC had a great week with a win over Christopher Newport and series sweep of previously-ranked TCNJ. The Jackets won the series finale thanks to Brooks Mazey, a defensive replacement, getting hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to end the game.

10. Cal Lutheran Kingsmen (13-1) – The 2017 title-takers won their first 13 games of the season which included a series win over defending national champion Chapman last week. With the wins CLU vaults their way into the top 10. They’ll face Redlands and Dallas this week.

11. Concordia (TX) Tornados (9-4) – The Tornados tied a game in the bottom of the ninth against Southwestern but were foiled nonetheless in extra innings. Over the weekend CTX swept Louisiana College as their pitchers only allowed four runs.

12. Spalding Eagles (7-3) – The Eagles swept Penn State Behrend soundly as they scored a combined 33 runs in the first two games of the series and shut out the Lions in the finale.

13. Salisbury Seagulls (5-2) – The Seagulls lost a game Wednesday to Virginia Wesleyan and won a matchup Sunday against Oswego.

14. Babson Beavers (2-1) – The Beavers started their season with an impressive series win on the road against Trinity. Babson has this week off before playing a host of teams in the Snowbird Classic which includes ranked opposition Baldwin Wallace and Wooster.

15. Trinity Tigers (8-2) – The Tigers lost their first games of the season as they were bested in a series with Babson. TU’s only scheduled contest for this week has been postponed.

16. Texas Lutheran Bulldogs (6-4) – TLU won the first two games of their series at Pacific Lutheran but dropped both ends of a doubleheader to split the series. The Bulldogs should get back to their winning ways with pair of contests against New Jersey City this week.

17. Shenandoah Hornets (7-1) – The Hornets split a doubleheader with Immaculata. SU hosts three teams this week as Dickinson, Emory & Henry and Mount Aloysius are all scheduled to visit campus.

18. Heidelberg Student Princes (2-3) – The Princes were pushed around by Wabash and Franklin who both easily outscored them. Heidelberg did finish the weekend with a shutout win over Manchester.

19. Rowan Profs (1-0) – The Profs played their first game of the season, which was a 1-0 shutout of Stevens. This week Rowan is scheduled to play Immaculata, Cabrini and St. Lawrence.

20. Chapman Panthers (10-3) – The Panthers lost the first two games in the series with Cal Lutheran but did manage to salvage the finale. The Panthers only game this week is a Sunday matchup with Ithaca.

21. Cortland Dragons (4-5) – Cortland’s week was abysmal as they decidedly lost each of their games in Baltimore to Roanoke, Johns Hopkins and Marietta. The Red Dragons were outscored by a total of 3-26 in the losses. They’ll hope for a better outcome this week against Clarkson and Allegheny.

22. Swarthmore Garnet (3-0) – The Garnet were one of the few Top 25 teams which played multiple games and didn’t suffer a setback. Swarthmore earned wins over Eastern and New Jersey City.

23. Tufts Jumbos (0-0) – The Jumbos have yet to take to the diamond in a competitive game. Their season starts March 13 against Castleton and Johnson & Wales.

24. Birmingham Southern Panthers (9-4) – The Panthers started the week win a win over Covenant but lost a game to Huntingdon and a series to Rhodes to make a fall in the rankings.

25. Concordia-Chicago (0-2) – The Cougars lost their first two games of the season to Wisconsin-Oshkosh and North Park. They were in the midst of a showdown with Webster, but the game was halted in the 10th inning due to inclement weather. CUC’s next games will be in Florida.

Dropped out: The College of New Jersey (0-3) – The Lions started their season against Randolph-Macon who swept three games from the Lions.

11Webster GorloksMO3-22-0
22UW-Whitewater WarhawksWI2-10-0
36Washington BearsMO6-03-0
43Wooster Fighting ScotsOH0-10-1
55Southern Maine HuskiesME0-00-0
67North Central CardinalsIL4-01-0
79St. John Fisher CardinalsNY5-03-0
814UMass-Boston BeaconsMA1-01-0
921Randolph-Macon Yellow JacketsVA11-14-0
10NRCal Lutheran KingsmenCA13-13-1
1112Concordia TornadosTX9-43-1
1218Spalding EaglesKY7-33-0
1313Salisbury SeagullsMD5-21-1
1424Babson BeaversMA2-12-1
1511Trinity TigersTX8-21-2
168Texas Lutheran BulldogsTX6-42-2
1717Shenandoah HornetsVA7-11-1
1810Heidelberg Student PrincesOH2-31-2
1919Rowan ProfsNJ1-01-0
2020Chapman PanthersCA10-31-2
214Cortland State Red DragonsNY4-50-3
2222Swarthmore GarnetPA3-02-0
2323Tufts JumbosMA0-00-0
2416Birmingham-Southern PanthersAL9-42-3
2515Concordia University Chicago CougarsIL0-20-2

Dropped out: The College of New Jersey (25).

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