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Arkansas Tech Ranked Number One Under Wilbers
11/10/2010

Dave Wilburs

Liberal High School and Seward County graduate and former Seward coach Dave Wilbers is the head coach of the number one team in the country in NCAA Division 2 women's basketball. Wilbers graduated from LHS in 1986 after helping the Redskins win the school's only boys basketball state title. He assisted Jim Littell at Seward to a 143-21 record from 1993-1998. He was head volleyball coach of a SCCC team in 1996 which went 54-6 and finished ranked ninth in the country.

NCAA Division 2 Pre-season Poll

Rank School W-L Points Prev

1 Arkansas Tech (15) 31-3 671 6

2 Delta St. (4) 27-4 621 8

3 Tusculum (2) 23-10 569 9

4 Lander (1) 27-4 516 11

5 Holy Family 30-3 478 13

6 Emporia St. (6) 30-5 464 1

7 West Tex. A&M 30-4 460 12

8 Seattle Pacific 27-4 450 7

9 Washburn 27-4 414 10

10 Indianapolis 26-4 397 14

11 UC San Diego 25-5 376 15

12 Fort Lewis 35-4 363 3

13 Alas. Anchorage 24-5 362 16

14 Franklin Pierce 32-2 261 4

15 Gannon 37-1 252 2

16 Drury 28-7 241 21

17 Michigan Tech 28-2 240 5

18 Wayne St. (Neb.) 26-5 198 NR

19 California (Pa.) 24-8 197 NR

20 Fort Valley St. 26-3 182 17

21 Clayton St. 24-7 177 22

22 Northeastern St. 28-7 161 24

23 Grand Valley St. 18-10 150 NR

24 Bentley (1) 19-11 148 NR

25 Tampa 26-5 132 18

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Millersville 100; Concordia (Minn.) 95; California State-Chico 77; Francis Marion 68; Charleston (W.Va.) 52; West Liberty 44; Wisconsin-Parkside 38; Augustana (S.D.) 34; Western Washington 34; Barton 30; Indiana-Pennsylvania 30; Carson-Newman 26; Florida Southern 26; Saint Mary's (Texas) 26; Findlay 23; Shaw 22; Pace 17; Fairmont State 16; Minnesota State-Mankato 16; Southern Indiana 16; Tarleton State 15; Bowie State 13; Stonehill 13; Colorado Mines 11; Central Missouri 11; Adams State 10; Colorado State-Pueblo 10; Northern Michigan 10; Assumption 9; Glenville State 8; Virginia State 8; Fayetteville State 7; Grand Canyon 6; South Carolina-Aiken 5; Lenoir-Rhyne 4; Rollins 4; Central Oklahoma 3; New Haven 3; Lewis 2; CW Post 1; Northern Kentucky 1; Southeastern Oklahoma State 1.

DROPPED OUT: No. 19 Concordia-St. Paul, No. 20 Francis Marion, No. 23 Millersville, No. 25 Western Washington.

Ranking includes number of first-place votes and record in parentheses, total points and previous ranking

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