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Lady Saints Make Top 10 in NJCAA Poll

KSCB News - November 25, 2011 11:21 am

Top 20 National Poll | November 23, 2011
Rank College Region Record Points 1st Votes Last Week
1 Trinity Valley Community College 14 8-0 160 8 1
2 Gulf Coast State College 8 6-0 152 0 2
3 Hutchinson Community College 6 6-0 144 0 3
4 Northwest Florida State College 8 6-0 133 0 5
5 Midland College 5 7-2 124 0 4
6 Casper College 9 7-0 117 0 8
7 Central Arizona College 1 6-1 109 0 6
8 Walters State Community College 7 6-0 92 0 12
9 Independence Community College 6 6-0 91 0 10
10 Seward County Community College 6 7-0 76 0 14
11 Shelton State Community College 22 5-0 68 0 15
12 Pensacola State College 8 5-1 61 0 NR
13 Northern Oklahoma College-Enid 2 5-1 57 0 17
14 Jefferson College 16 3-1 55 0 18
15 Chipola College 8 6-2 49 0 9
16 State Fair Community College 16 4-1 41 0 7
17 Weatherford College 5 6-0 31 0 NR
18 Snow College 18 3-2 23 0 16
18 Middle Georgia College 17 3-2 23 0 20
20 Copiah-Lincoln Community College 23 3-1 9 0 NR
Other schools receiving votes
College Region Record Points Last Week
Arizona Western College 1 6-1 7 0
Arkansas Baptist College 2 5-4 6 0
Murray State College 2 3-0 2 0
New Mexico Junior College 5 5-1 3 0
Paris Junior College 14 6-1 5 0
Salt Lake Community College 18 2-3 3 0
Southwest Tennessee Community College 7 6-2 2 0
Southwestern Illinois College 24 5-0 6 0
Tallahassee Community College 8 6-2 5 0

 

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