LOUISVILLE, Ky. – With its winning streak now at a remarkable 37 games, Indianapolis’ hold on No. 1 in the NFCA Division II national rankings improved to four consecutive weeks as the Greyhounds received all 16 possible first-place votes to remain in the top spot of the April 24th poll.

Indianapolis kept its skein intact by sweeping doubleheaders from Cedarville (5-0, 6-1), Bellarmine (8-3, 2-0) and McKendree (4-0, 5-1) to run its record to 44-2 overall and a perfect 24-0 in Great Lakes Valley Conference play.

Armstrong (36-7-1) held firm in the No. 2 position despite suffering a defeat in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament semifinals versus then-No. 23 Columbus State, 5-1.

Southeastern Oklahoma State (40-7) and defending national champion Valdosta State (33-9) swapped positions from last week to hold down third and fourth, respectively. West Texas A&M (39-8) remained in the No. 5 slot following its 7-1 weekly effort that included doubleheader sweeps of Southern Nazarene (15-0 in 5 inn., 11-3 in 5 inn.) and Eastern New Mexico (14-0 in 5 inn., 19-3 in 5 inn.), three victories over Cameron (14-2 in 5 inn., 11-10, 7-2) and a 4-2 loss to St. Mary’s.

A four-game sweep of UC San Diego kept Humboldt State (40-12) in sixth, while California (Pa.) rose a single slot to No. 7 after going 5-1 last week, improving its overall record to 26-2 with a pair of victories over both Edinboro and Mercyhurst and a DH split against West Chester.

Texas Woman’s (40-11) made the largest positive move in the latest top 10, climbing two positions to eighth following a split against Tarleton State (4-6, 5-4 in 9 inn.) and a three-game sweep of Incarnate Word (3-1, 6-3, 12-2 in 6 inn.). Grand Valley State (30-4) remained at No. 9, while No. 10 North Alabama swept a DH from Union (6-0, 5-2) to make its initial appearance of the season in the top 10.

No. 13 North Georgia (36-12), No. 16 Sonoma State (32-16), No. 17 Caldwell (35-8), No. 22 Rollins (42-8) and No. 24 New Haven (30-11) all exited this week’s rankings, clearing room for the entrances of No. 14 Lenoir Rhyne (35-14), No. 15 LIU Post (36-11), No. 18 Grand Canyon (36-12), No. 19 Minnesota State Mankato (29-9) and No. 23 Adelphi (35-11).

The NFCA Division II Top 25 Poll is voted on by 16 NCAA Division II head coaches, two representing each of the eight NCAA regions.

To view the complete NFCA Division II Top 25 Poll, please visit this link.

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