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Saints Make First Appearance in NJCAA Poll
05/26/2011

1 Central Arizona College 1 52-13 0 0 1
2 Grayson County College 5 42-15 0 0 2
3 Navarro College 14 42-17 0 0 6
4 Howard College 5 46-13 0 0 3
5 Chipola College 8 39-20 0 0 8
6 Salt Lake Community College 18 49-16 0 0 4
7 Seward County Community College 6 44-18 0 0 17
8 Northwest Florida State College 8 39-15 0 0 10
9 Jefferson College 16 43-20 0 0 19
10 Western Nevada College 18 46-13 0 0 5
11 Polk State College 8 43-12 0 0 11
12 Southern Union State Community College 22 42-18 0 0 21
13 Iowa Western Community College 11 40-18 0 0 23
14 Santa Fe College 8 37-11 0 0 13
15 San Jacinto College-North 14 41-16 0 0 9
16 Potomac State College of WVU 20 35-10 0 0 NR
17 Walters State Community College 7 43-15 0 0 7
18 Pitt Community College 10 38-13 0 0 15
19 USC Sumter 10 41-11 0 0 16
20 Eastern Oklahoma State College 2 38-22 0 0 20
21 Lamar Community College 9 47-17 0 0 18
22 John A. Logan College 24 37-19 0 0 NR
23 Delgado Community College 23 42-17 0 0 24
24 Chattanooga State Community College 7 43-12 0 0 12
25 Georgia Perimeter College 17 42-17 0 0 14


Other schools receiving votes
College Region Record Points Last Week
Alvin Community College 14 35-26 0 22
Blinn College 14 38-17 0 NR
Central Alabama Community College 22 37-17 0 NR
Chattahoochee Valley Community College 22 37-19 0 NR
Colby Community College 6 43-20 0 NR
Columbia State Community College 7 35-16 0 NR
Connors State College 2 39-20 0 NR
Cowley County Community College 6 43-13 0 NR
Crowder College 16 40-19 0 NR
Garden City Community College 6 42-22 0 NR
Harford Community College 20 44-13 0 NR
McLennan Community College 5 36-22 0 NR
Neosho County Community College 6 46-13 0 NR
New Mexico Junior College 5 37-22 0 NR
Northwest-Shoals Community College 22 37-16 0 NR
Olney Central College 24 42-17 0 NR
Seminole State College 2 40-15 0 25
South Georgia College 17 33-31 0 NR
Wabash Valley College 24 46-17 0 NR
Weatherford College 5 36-23 0 NR
Yavapai College 1 36-27 0 NR

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