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Indianapolis Maintains Its Hold on No. 1 in the Final NFCA Division II Regular-Season Poll

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Five different teams picked up first-place votes in this week’s NFCA Division II softball rankings, but Indianapolis (50-6) reaped the most, receiving nine top nods from the voting committee to remain at No. 1 for the sixth consecutive week.

The Greyhounds were just 2-2 at last week’s Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament, picking up victories over St. Joseph’s (9-0 in 6 inn.) and Lewis (8-2) before suffering back-to-back shutout defeats to Missouri-St. Louis (0-1) and Lewis (0-2).

Southeastern Oklahoma State (44-7) remained at No. 2 while receiving a pair of first-place votes. The Savage Storm was idle this past week following its title run through the Great American Conference Tournament. Valdosta State (41-10) also nabbed two selections for the top spot, improving a slot to third after winning its fifth-straight Gulf South Conference crown. Armstrong Atlantic (36-7-1) garnered one first-place vote and Humboldt State (47-12) a pair in holding down the fourth and fifth positions, respectively.

Texas Woman’s (46-12) held firm at No. 6 following its Lone Star Conference Tournament title, followed by West Texas A&M (43-11), California (Pa.) (36-4), Grand Valley State (39-6) and Fort Hays State (45-10) in positions 7-10.

Four teams dropped out of this week’s poll as No. 17 Grand Canyon (39-17), No. 19 Midwestern State (42-15), No. 21 North Alabama (39-18) and No. 25 Georgia College (36-15) all fell from the rankings.  That cleared room for the entrance of No. 20 Caldwell (43-10), No. 22 Missouri-St. Louis (39-11), No. 24 Dixie State (37-12) and No. 25 St. Mary’s (TX) (43-13).

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 click on this link.