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2017-18 NJCAA Basketball Rankings

2017-18 NJCAA Basketball Rankings

2017-18 NJCAA Basketball Rankings – Week 14 

The NJCAA announced its weekly basketball polls on Tuesday for the ninth ranking of the regular season.

Indian Hills (IA) took over atop the DI men’s poll as the only unbeaten team remaining. Ancilla (IN) maintained the No. 1 rank in the DII poll for the second consecutive week while Brookdale (NJ) ran its unbeaten record to 25-0 at the top of the DIII rankings.
Three unbeaten teams remain in the DI women’s poll, including top-ranked Shelton State (AL). Monroe (NY) ran its winning streak to 18 games to stay on top of the DII rankings and Hostos (NY) held on at No. 1 in the DIII poll.

The next NJCAA men’s and women’s basketball rankings will be released Wednesday, Feb. 21. Follow @NJCAA on Twitter to view the rankings as soon as they are released.

Click the links below for more information on the rankings, including others receiving votes.
 

NJCAA DI Men’s Basketball Top 25 Rankings
The NJCAA DI men’s basketball poll is voted on by a 16-member panel made up of representatives from each district.
Rank
College (1st Place Votes)
State
Record
Points
Prev
1
Indian Hills (16)
IA
27-0
350
2
2
Northwest Florida State
FL
25-1
331
1
3
Florida SW State
FL
25-1
318
4
4
Odessa
TX
21-2
302
5
5
Vincennes
IN
24-1
292
3
6
Salt Lake
UT
25-2
288
6
7
Trinity Valley
TX
22-3
273
7
8
Moberly Area
MO
23-3
243
9
9
Eastern Florida State
FL
24-3
241
10
10
Barton
KS
22-3
227
11
11
Southern Idaho
ID
23-4
197
14
12
Connors State
OK
22-2
182
15
13
Gillette
WY
24-2
162
8
14
Hutchinson
KS
21-4
156
16
15
Coffeyville
KS
21-4
147
17
16
Sheridan
WY
22-3
123
19
16
Tyler
TX
21-3
123
20
18
Shelton State
AL
22-3
116
12
19
Southwest Tennessee
TN
17-3
107
22
20
Motlow State
TN
16-4
88
13
21
Allegany Maryland
MD
23-2
79
21
22
Northwest Mississippi
MS
17-2
63
RV
23
Otero
CO
22-3
37
RV
24
Iowa Western
IA
22-5
25
RV
25
Southwestern Illinois
IL
19-4
13
24
 
NJCAA DII Men’s Basketball Top 20 Poll
The NJCAA DII men’s basketball poll is voted on by a 12-member panel made up of representatives from each district.
Rank
College (1st Place Votes)
State
Record
Points
Prev
1
Ancilla (9)
IN
22-1
198
1
2
Triton (1)
IL
24-3
190
2
3
Cuyahoga
OH
23-1
179
3
4
South Suburban
IL
24-3
169
4
5
Pima
AZ
23-2
159
5
6
Kirkwood
IA
18-4
145
7
7
Danville Area
IL
21-3
143
8
8
Frederick
MD
21-3
123
10
9
Monroe CC
NY
17-4
111
11
10
Parkland
IL
17-4
110
6
11
Beaver County
PA
22-3
101
12
12
Louisburg
NC
20-4
89
15
13
Phoenix
AZ
19-6
86
9
14
Lackawanna
PA
20-4
70
16
15
Lincoln
IL
19-4
49
12
16
Arkansas State Mid-South
AR
19-5
43
19
17
Henry Ford
MI
18-5
41
14
18
Highland (KS)
KS
20-6
31
RV
19
Southwestern
IA
19-6
21
17
20
Pitt
NC
20-5
20
RV
 
NJCAA DIII Men’s Basketball Top 10 Poll
The NJCAA DIII men’s basketball poll is voted on by an eight-member panel made up of representatives from each district.
Rank
College (1st Place Votes)
State
Record
Points
Prev
1
Brookdale (8)
NJ
25-0
80
1
2
Sullivan County
NY
23-2
72
3
3
Mohawk Valley
NY
20-2
58
5
4
Rock Valley
IL
23-5
49
6
5
Quincy
MA
20-2
43
2
6
Eastfield
TX
22-5
33
8
7
Suffolk County
NY
22-2
30
4
8
Nassau
NY
20-4
24
10
9
Davidson County
NC
19-5
19
9
9
Lorain County
OH
20-4
19
7
NJCAA DI Women’s Basketball Top 25 Rankings
The NJCAA DI women’s basketball poll is voted on during a weekly conference call by a group of eight sectional directors
Rank
College
State
Record
Points
Prev
1
Shelton State
AL
27-0
200
1
2
Gulf Coast State
FL
20-2
190
2
3
Northwest Florida State
FL
22-2
182
4
4
New Mexico
NM
23-1
174
5
5
Moberly Area
MO
25-0
168
6
6
Seward County
KS
23-2
160
8
7
Jones County
MS
16-3
152
3
8
Cochise
AZ
23-2
144
10
9
Trinity Valley
TX
22-3
136
11
10
Tallahassee
FL
19-5
128
9
11
Wabash Valley
IL
22-2
120
12
12
Collin County
TX
23-2
112
13
13
Salt Lake
UT
21-5
104
7
14
ASA Brooklyn
NY
18-0
96
16
15
Casper
WY
24-2
88
17
16
North Dakota SCS
ND
23-2
80
19
17
Walters State
TN
20-5
72
20
18
Iowa Western
IA
23-4
64
22
19
Florida SW State
FL
22-5
56
15
20
Frank Phillips
TX
19-4
48
18
21
Vincennes
IN
19-4
40
24
22
Panola
TX
20-4
32
25
23
Hutchinson
KS
20-5
24
14
24
Snow
UT
20-6
16
RV
25
NE Oklahoma A&M
OK
19-4
8
RV
 
NJCAA DII Women’s Basketball Top 20 Poll
The NJCAA DII women’s basketball poll is voted on during a weekly conference call by a group of six sectional directors
Rank
College
State
Record
Points
Prev
1
Monroe CC
NY
20-1
100
1
2
Kirkwood
IA
22-3
95
2
3
Highland (KS)
KS
26-0
90
3
4
St. Louis
MO
20-3
85
4
5
Owens
OH
20-4
80
5
6
Mesa
AZ
20-5
75
6
7
Johnson County
KS
21-5
70
7
8
Pima
AZ
20-5
65
8
9
North Arkansas
AR
16-6
60
12
10
Cape Fear
NC
19-5
55
13
11
Sinclair
OH
23-3
50
9
12
Illinois Central
IL
19-6
45
14
13
North Iowa Area
IA
19-5
40
15
14
Labette
KS
19-5
35
11
15
Lincoln
IL
22-2
30
10
16
Macomb
MI
19-4
25
16
17
Catawba Valley
NC
16-4
20
17
18
Muskegon
MI
17-5
15
18
19
Mid Michigan
MI
15-2
10
19
20
Cecil
MD
19-4
5
RV
 
NJCAA DIII Women’s Basketball Top 10 Poll
The NJCAA DIII women’s basketball poll is voted on during a weekly conference call by a group of five sectional directors
Rank
College
State
Record
Points
Prev
1
Hostos
NY
20-2
100
1
2
Montgomery
MD
19-5
90
3
3
Roxbury
MA
13-5
80
2
4
Mohawk Valley
NY
19-3
70
4
5
Rock Valley
IL
15-12
60
5
6
UConn Avery Point
CT
20-5
50
8
7
Minnesota West
MN
19-4
40
9
8
Hibbing
MN
18-5
30
RV
9
Northland
MN
17-5
20
7
10
Rowan Gloucester
NJ
18-3
10
RV

About the NJCAA 
Since 1938, the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has served as the governing body of two-year college athletics, offering athletic and academic opportunities to college students. The NJCAA is the second-largest national intercollegiate athletic organization in the United States with over 500 member schools in 42 states. Each year nearly 60,000 student-athletes compete in one of 28 different sports and the organization sponsors 48 national championship events and eight football bowl games. NJCAA Headquarters has been located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, since 1985. For more information visit www.njcaa.org.

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