2015 AFCA Division II Top 25 Poll: Week 4 Final

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WACO, TEX.– There was only one Top 25 upset in the fourth week of action, which did not allow for much movement in the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. The Top 13 teams stayed the same with Minnesota State holding onto the top spot for another week with 30 first-place votes. West Georgia, Northwest Missouri State, Ferris State (Mich.) and Delta State (Miss.) round out the Top 5.

The only Top 25 loss was then-No. 14 Slippery Rock (Pa.) falling to Seton Hill (Pa.), with The Rock falling out of the poll, making room for Emporia State (Kan.). The Hornets come in at No. 23 with a 4-0 record.

There are three Top 25 matchups this week with the first being a key Lone Star Conference game as No. 6 Angelo State (Texas) plays host to No. 20 Midwestern State (Texas). The second matchup is a Top 10 duel as No. 8 North Alabama travels to No. 9 Valdosta State (Ga.). The final matchup has No. 12 Harding (Ark.) traveling to Arkadelphia to face No. 24 Ouachita Baptist (Ark.).

2015 American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ Poll — Sept. 28, 2015

 

TEAM

PTS. PREV
1. Minnesota State (30) (4-0) 798 1
2. West Georgia (2) (4-0) 756 2
3. NW Missouri State (4-0) 735 3
4. Ferris State (3-0) 703 4
5. Delta State (4-0) 668 5
6. Angelo State (4-0) 631 6
7. Sioux Falls (4-0) 596 7
8. North Alabama (3-0) 561 8
9. Valdosta State (3-0) 552 9
10. CSU-Pueblo (3-1) 480 10
11. Colorado School of Mines (4-0) 469 11
12. Harding (4-0) 448 12
13. Ashland (4-0) 409 13
14. Shepherd (4-0) 346 16
15. Pittsburg State (3-1) 335 15
16. Humboldt State (3-0) 301 17
17. Tuskegee (4-0) 272 18
T18. Texas A&M-Commerce (3-1) 197 20
T18. Michigan Tech (4-0) 197 21
20. Midwestern State (4-0) 189 23
21. Concord (3-1) 184 19
22. Lenoir-Rhyne (3-1) 163 22
23. Emporia State (4-0) 93 NR
24. Ouachita Baptist (3-1) 87 24
25. Minnesota-Duluth (2-2) 49 25

() – Denotes first-place votes; () – Denotes current record

Dropped Out: Slippery Rock (Pa.) (14)

Others Receiving Votes: Grand Valley St. (Mich.), 29; Arkansas Tech, 28; Azusa Pacific (Calif.), 26; Wingate (N.C.), 23; Slippery Rock (Pa.), 19; Stonehill (Mass.), 11; Washburn (Kan.), 9; West Texas A&M, 7; Colorado Mesa, 6; Fort Hays St. (Kan.), 6; Henderson St. (Ark.), 5; East Central (Okla.), 4; Virginia Union, 4; Newberry (S.C.), 2; Bloomsburg (Pa.), 1; Indianapolis (Ind.), 1

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