2015 AFCA Division III Top 25 Poll: Week 6 Final

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WACO, TEX.– Another week, another dominant performance from No. 4 Wesley (Del.) in the AFCA Division III Coaches’ Poll. The Wolverines have diligently put together an impressive resume with their season so far, most recently dispatching then-No. 23 Rowan (N.J.), 38-25, during a weekend that saw several Top 25 teams fall.

Plenty of other teams were prepared to take advantage of the openings this week, as the Poll welcomed four new faces: No. 19 Olivet (Mich.); St. Norbert (Wis.) and Western New England (Mass.) tied at No. 21; No. 23 Salisbury (Md.); and Cortland State returns to the rankings at the No. 25 spot. This is the first time both Olivet and Western New England have ever been ranked in the Poll. This coming weekend will see two major match-ups as No. 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor (Texas) will travel to face resurgent No. 12 Hardin-Simmons (Texas) and No. 17 Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) will host No. 6 St. Thomas (Minn.).

2015 American Football Coaches Association Division III Coaches’ Poll — Oct. 26, 2015


TEAM
PTS. PREV
1. Mount Union (37) (7-0) 1044 1
2. Mary Hardin-Baylor (2) (7-0) 993 2
3. Linfield (3) (6-0) 975 3
4. Wesley (7-0) 909 4
5. Wheaton (7-0) 864 5
6. St. Thomas (7-0) 827 6
7. UW-Oshkosh (6-1) 792 7
8. Johns Hopkins (7-0) 717 8
9. Wabash (7-0) 703 9
10. UW-Whitewater (6-1) 692 10
11. Thomas More (8-0) 638 11
12. Hardin-Simmons (7-0) 603 12
13. Illinois Wesleyan (7-0) 513 15
14. St. John’s (6-1) 506 14
15. Wartburg (6-1) 412 18
16. John Carroll (6-1) 390 19
17. Concordia-Moorhead (7-1) 371 20
18. Washington & Lee (7-0) 305 24
19. Olivet (7-0) 177 NR
20. UW-Platteville (5-2) 171 13
21t. St. Norbert (7-0) 141 NR
21t. Western New England (7-0) 141 NR
23. Salisbury (5-1) 103 NR
24. Albright (6-1) 102 16
25. Cortland State (6-1) 88 NR

Dropped Out: Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) (17); North Central (Ill.) (21); Albion (Mich.) (22); Rowan (N.J.) (23); Whitworth (Wash.) (25).

Others Receiving Votes: Delaware Valley (Pa.), 61; Whitworth (Wash.), 51; Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.), 50; North Central (Ill.), 50; Rowan (N.J.), 39; Guilford (N.C.), 37; Washington & Jefferson (Pa.), 32; Albion (Mich.), 22; Franklin (Ind.), 18; Wittenberg (Ohio), 17; DePauw (Ind.), 16; Trinity (Texas), 15; Case Western Reserve (Ohio), 13; Berry (Ga.), 11; Dubuque (Iowa), 9; Framingham State (Mass.), 6; Ohio Northern, 6; Texas Lutheran, 6; Amherst (Mass.), 4; Trinity (Conn.), 4; La Verne (Calif.), 3.

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