GLIAC Has Three Top 10 Teams in the USTFCCCA Men's Indoor Track and Field Top 25

GLIAC Has Three Top 10 Teams in the USTFCCCA Men's Indoor Track and Field Top 25

Release courtesy of Tom Lewis, U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, Communications Manager

NEW ORLEANS – Without the benefit of data from last season being a contributing factor in this week's rankings, it was most definitely a "moving" week for many of the teams across the country. 

In just the second year of the program’s history, Grand Canyon is the new No. 1 men’s team in the country. Ashland moved from fifth to No. 2 marking their first time in the top three this season, and Saint Augustine’s is back in the top three at No. 3. Lincoln (Mo.) slipped from No. 1 – a position they have been since the preseason – to No. 6.

The 2012 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships will be held in Mankato, Minn., on March 9-10.

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USTFCCCA Women's Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings 

Rank

School

Points

Conference

Head Coach (Yr)

Last Week

1

Grand Canyon

189.83

PacWest

Tom Flood (2nd)

2

2

Ashland

155.14

GLIAC

Jud Logan (9th)

5

3

Saint Augustine's

134.20

CIAA

George Williams (36th)

4

4

UMass Lowell

113.70

Northeast-10

Gary Gardner (10th)

7

5

Findlay

102.38

GLIAC

Marc Arce (24th)

8

6

Lincoln (Mo.)

101.26

MIAA

Victor Thomas (11th)

1

7

Adams State

92.60

RMAC

Damon Martin (17th)

3

8

Grand Valley State

85.63

GLIAC

Jerry Baltes (13th)

9

9

Southern Connecticut

83.21

Northeast-10

John Wallin (2nd)

12

10

American International

82.86

Northeast-10

Leo Mayo (6th)

10

11

Central Missouri

74.91

MIAA

Pedersen (16th)/Janvrin (14th)

6

12

Shippensburg

71.75

PSAC

Dave Osanitsch (7th)

11

13

Neb.-Kearney

68.59

RMAC

Brady Bonsall (4th)

18

14

Western State

61.02

RMAC

Chris Bradford (3rd)

30

15

Abilene Christian

59.34

Lone Star

Roosevelt Lofton (3rd)

21

16

Johnson C. Smith

57.06

CIAA

Lennox Graham (5th)

13

17

MSU Moorhead

53.82

NSIC

Keith Barnier (10th)

19

18

Minnesota State

49.57

NSIC

Mark Schuck (30th)

20

19

Emporia State

47.15

MIAA

Steve Blocker (1st)

17

20

Colorado Mines

44.53

RMAC

Art Siemers (7th)

24

21

Chadron State

44.44

RMAC

Ryan Baily (3rd)

14

22

Pittsburg State

39.45

MIAA

Russ Jewett (24th)

22

23

Texas A&M-Kingsville

38.02

Lone Star

Ryan Dall (4th)

16

24

Seton Hill

32.05

WVIAC

Tim Creamer (6th)

35

25

Missouri Southern

29.87

MIAA

Tom Rutledge (23rd)

33

Dropped Out:  No. 15 Lake Erie, No. 23 Lake Superior State, No. 25 Stonehill

Men's Conference Index Top 10

Rank

Conference

Points

Top 25 Teams

1

GLIAC

414.82

3

2

RMAC

327.63

5

3

Northeast-10

312.91

3

4

MIAA

304.18

5

5

CIAA

213.40

2

6

PacWest

189.83

1

7

NSIC

154.67

2

8

PSAC

136.56

1

9

Lone Star

123.78

2

10

GLVC

57.81


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