College of Idaho New No. 1 in MCLA Division II Coaches Poll

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ATLANTA — The College of Idaho has ascended to the top spot in the New Balance Division II Weekly Coaches Poll. The Yotes (9-0) split the 22 first-place votes with former No. 1 and current No. 2 Kennesaw State (10-0), but managed to push in front thanks to eight more total votes.

Kennesaw finished its season as the SELC champion, while College of Idaho will host the PNCLL tournament this weekend in Caldwell.

St. Thomas (13-3) kept its spot in the third chair after capturing the UMLC title. Grand Valley State (9-3), which lost to the Tommies in the UMLC finals, moves up a spot to No. 4, while Utah (9-3) hopped two spots into fifth.

Both jumped former No. 4 Rhode Island (7-2), which dropped to No. 6.

There were no new additions to the poll this period.







NEW BALANCE MCLA
DIVISION II COACHES POLL

Rank

Team

Points (1st)

1

College of Idaho

538 (11)

2

Kennesaw State

530 (11)

3

St. Thomas

498

4

Grand Valley State

458

5

Utah

449

6

Rhode Island

444

7

Utah State

385

8

Florida Gulf Coast

355

9

Dayton

338

10

Montana State

335

11

North Dakota State

320

12

Montana

307

13

UC San Diego

304

14

Missouri State

292

15

UNC Charlotte

261

16

Minn.-Duluth

232

17

Florida Atlantic

229

18

UC Davis

182

19

Cal State San Marcos

169

20

Wake Forest

107

21

Northern Arizona

100

22

Northwest Nazarene

74

23

Bridgewater State

71

24

Air Force

54

25

Coastal Carolina

51

Also receiving votes: Miami (26), Loyola Marymount (17), St. John’s (15), MSU Denver (6), North Texas (3).

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