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NAIA Top 25 and Recap for April 2

Results of the NAIA Coaches’ Poll for April 2, 2008. Comments below.

Rank Mar. 26 School (Region) Record Total
Points
1 1 Lewis-Clark State (ID) (I) 28-2 519
2 3 Lubbock Christian (TX) (VI) 32-1 507
3 (tie) 2 Lee (TN) (XIII) 37-3 469
3 (tie) 4 Azusa Pacific (CA) (II) 27-5 469
5 5 Oklahoma City University (VI) 35-4 446
6 6 University of Mobile (AB) (XIII) 30-7 412
7 7 Tennessee Wesleyan College (XII) 26-10 383
8 14 U. of the Cumberlands (KY) (XI) 29-6 369
9 (tie) 10 Wayland Baptist (TX) (VI) 30-7 314
9 (tie) 13 Union College (Ky.) (XII) 28-6 314
11 17 Embry-Riddle (FL) (XIV) 26-11 313
12 9 Spring Arbor University (MI) (VIII) 9-3 311
13 21 Biola University (CA) (II) 22-9 263
14 16 Auburn-Montgomery (AL) 28-11 246
15 8 Trevecca Nazarene (TN) (XI) 20-9 227
16 RV Northwood University (FL) (XIV) 29-8 166
17 18 University of St. Francis (IL) (VII) 19-6 159
18 22 Texas Wesleyan University (VI) 23-8 158
19 12 Fresno Pacific University (CA) (II) 20-9 138
20 RV Missouri Baptist University (V) 17-7 118
21 T25 Montreat College (NC) (XII) 25-8 88
22 RV Park University (MO) (IV) 15-6 78
23 20 Ohio Dominican University (IX) 12-7 60
24 23 Jamestown College (ND) (III) 13-5 55
25 NR Belhaven College (MS) (XIII) 28-11 47

First-place votes: Lewis-Clark State 15, Lubbock Christian 6
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NAIA top 25 for March 26

Results of the NAIA Coaches’ Poll for March 26, 2008. Comments below.

Rank March19 School (Region) Record Total
Points
1 1 Lewis-Clark State (ID) (I) 25-2 537
2 2 Lee (TN) (XIII) 34-1 533
3 3 Lubbock Christian (TX) (VI) 28-1 512
4 4 Azusa Pacific (CA) (II) 24-5 477
5 5 Oklahoma City University (VI) 33-3 468
6 8 University of Mobile (AB) (XIII) 26-7 409
7 T9 Tennessee Wesleyan College (XII) 21-9 370
8 6 Trevecca Nazarene (TN) (XI) 19-7 368
9 7 Spring Arbor University (MI) (VIII) 6-2 365
10 T9 Wayland Baptist University (TX) (VI) 28-5 352
11 12 Warner Southern College (FL) (XIV) 24-12 331
12 15 Fresno Pacific University (CA) (II) 19-7 300
13 16 Union College (Ky.) (XII) 23-6 267
14 17 U. of the Cumberlands (KY) (XI) 22-5 247
15 24 Bethany College (KS) (IV) 16-2 237
16 19 Auburn-Montgomery (AL) 24-10 183
17 20 Embry-Riddle (FL) (XIV) 23-10 180
18 RV University of St. Francis (IL) (VII) 15-5 143
19 RV Avila University (MO) (V) 13-5 120
20 T13 Ohio Dominican University (IX) 10-5 116
21 23 Biola University (CA) (II) 17-8 99
22 NR Texas Wesleyan University (VI) 18-8 85
23 25 Jamestown College (ND) (III) 12-4 79
24 RV Freed-Hardeman University (TN) (XI) 20-6 65
25 RV Montreat College (NC) (XII) 23-8 42

First-place votes: Lewis-Clark State 11, Lee 10, Lubbock Christian 1

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NAIA top 25 and Recap for March 19

Results of the NAIA Coaches’ Poll for March 19, 2008. Comments below.

Rank Feb. 27 School (Region) Record Total
Points
1 1 Lewis-Clark State (ID) (I) 21-2 488
2 3 Lee (TN) (XIII) 29-1 480
3 4 Lubbock Christian (TX) (VI) 25-1 466
4 2 Azusa Pacific (CA) (II) 21-5 440
5 6 Oklahoma City University (VI) 29-3 422
6 10 Trevecca Nazarene U. (TN) (XI) 16-4 364
7 5 Spring Arbor University (MI) (VIII) 4-2 324
8 16 University of Mobile (AB) (XIII) 23-7 321
9 (tie) 12 Tennessee Wesleyan College (XII) 17-8 301
9 (tie) 15 Wayland Baptist University (TX) (VI) 25-4 301
11 11 Bellevue University (NE) (IV) 16-8 257
12 RV Warner Southern College (FL) (XIV) 21-12 255
13 (tie) 22 Saint Ambrose University (IA) (VII) 9-2 245
13 (tie) 14 Ohio Dominican University (IX) 7-1 245
15 23 Fresno Pacific University (CA) (II) 14-6 213
16 17 Union College (KY) (XII) 19-4 206
17 NR U. of the Cumberlands (KY) (XI) 18-3 197
18 RV Bacone College (OK) (VI) 26-3 157
19 NR Auburn-Montgomery (AL) (XIII) 21-8 154
20 18 Embry-Riddle (FL) (XIV) 18-8 149
21 21 Missouri Baptist U. (V) 11-5 127
22 7 Southern Polytechnic (GA) (XIII) 21-6 71
23 RV Biola University (CA) (II) 15-8 65
24 RV Bethany College (KS) (IV) 15-2 53
25 NR Jamestown College (ND) (III) 10-4 30

First-place votes: Lewis-Clark State 11, Lee 7, Lubbock Christian 2
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