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Indianapolis Becomes Unanimous Choice at No. 1 in the NFCA Division II Softball Poll

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Winners of an incredible 31 consecutive games and now topping the rankings for the third consecutive week, Indianapolis (38-2) has also become the unanimous choice at No. 1 in the NFCA Division II softball poll.

The Greyhounds picked up all 16 possible first-place votes after continuing their impressive roll this past weekend, sweeping doubleheaders in Great Lakes Valley Conference action from both Southern Indiana (4-3, 8-0 in 5 inn.) and Kentucky Wesleyan (11-1 in 5 inn., 11-2 in 6 inn.). In fact, Indianapolis hasn’t tasted defeat since dropping a 4-2 decision to Shorter back on Feb. 23 at the UNA Invitational in Florence, Ala.

Armstrong Atlantic (35-6-1), recently crowned the regular season champions of the Peach Belt Conference, climbed a single spot to No. 2, marking the program’s highest ranking of 2013. The Pirates concluded their title-winning campaign on April 16 with a pair of shutouts over then-No. 21 Georgia College (2-0, 4-0).

Valdosta State (30-8) and Southeastern Oklahoma State each rose a slot this week to No. 3 and No. 4, respectively. The third-ranked Blazers are fresh off taking both ends of a doubleheader from West Alabama (5-2, 13-2 in 5 inn.) to run their winning skein to five games, while the fourth-rated Savage Storm have now won eight consecutive contests after sweeping four match-ups against Ouachita Baptist (7-6 in 9 inn., 5-1, 9-1 in 6 inn., 5-0) over April 12-13.

A 2-3 weekend that included a series loss to Incarnate Word (0-3, 3-4, 4-3) and a DH split with St. Edward’s caused West Texas A&M (34-7) to drop three spots from No. 2 to No. 5.

Humboldt State (36-12) continued its rapid progression up the national poll, sliding up into the sixth spot, while Central Oklahoma (33-7) rose a single position to seventh.  As the only one-loss team currently remaining in the Top 25 rankings and riding a nine-game win streak, California (Pa.) (23-1) advanced two slots to nab its highest rating of the year at No. 8.

Grand Valley State (27-3) swept doubleheaders from Wayne State (7-2, 17-2 in 5 inn.) and Saginaw Valley State (7-6, 2-0) to improve three positions to ninth, while Texas Woman’s (36-10) skyrocketed five slots in rounding out the top 10. 

No. 13 Adelphi (28-9), No 19 Molloy (32-8), No. 20 Gannon (19-6) and No. 25 Missouri Western State (29-11) all dropped out of this week’s poll, opening up room for the entries of No. 17 Caldwell (31-4), No. 20 Shippensburg (25-6), No. 24 New Haven (26-8) and No. 25 St. Leo (34-14).

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 DII Top 25 Poll, please click here.