NAIA Basketball Rankings: Davenport leads four Michigan teams in top 25; Rochester insanely not ranked

December 1, 2012 in NAIA, Rankings

Each Saturday starting today, look for posts showing national rankings for each level of college basketball in Michigan.

Editor’s note: Rochester College has beat a NCAA Division I team and nearly beat another. Come on people who vote in this poll. It’s insane that Rochester is not in the top 25.

2012 – 13 NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll – Rating No. 1

RANK LAST WEEK SCHOOL (1ST PLACE VOTES) 2012 – 13 RECORD^ TOTAL POINTS
1 1 Northwood (Fla.) (12) 4-0 312
2 5 Cardinal Stritch (Wis.) 7-0 297
3 3 Dordt (Iowa) 7-1 286
4 9 Eastern Oregon 12-0 283
5 4 Indiana Wesleyan 7-1 278
6 7 Northwestern (Iowa) 7-1 250
7 19 William Penn (Iowa) 12-0 249
8 16 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 7-1 237
9 11 Davenport (Mich.) 6-1 232
10 8 Grace (Ind.) 4-1 230
11 6 Indiana Southeast 5-2 214
12 10 Warner (Fla.) 6-1 203
13 15 Warner Pacific (Ore.) 6-2 190
14 NR Doane (Neb.) 9-0 170
15 20 Cornerstone (Mich.) 4-2 167
16 23 Southern Oregon 6-3 152
17 13 Bellevue (Neb.) 6-3 145
18 RV Mount Mercy (Iowa) 7-1 142
19 24 Valley City State (N.D.) 5-2 138
20 RV Northwest (Wash.) 8-2 102
21 21 Spring Arbor (Mich.) 5-2 94
22 RV Central Christian (Kan.) 8-0 79
23 22 Indiana East 5-2 75
24 RV Madonna (Mich.) 5-2 71
25 NR Point (Ga.) 8-2 64

Others receiving votes: St. Thomas (Fla.) 52; Oregon Tech 50; Briar Cliff (Iowa) 50; Saint Mary (Kan.) 22; Indiana Tech 19; Rochester (Mich.) 18; Cal Maritime 16; Saint Francis (Ind.) 15; York (Neb.) 12; Hastings (Neb.) 11; Dakota State (S.D.) 8; Saint Xavier (Ill.) 7; Ave Maria (Fla.) 6; McPherson (Kan.) 5; Tennessee Wesleyan 4.