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Update: April 9th, 2014


    record points previous  
1. Wichita State (31) 35-1 775 1 Missouri Valley
2. Stephen F. Austin 32-3 744 2 Southland
3. North Dakota State 26-7 710 4 Summit
4. Mercer 27-6 679 7 Atlantic Sun
5. Harvard 27-5 654 5 Ivy League
6. Gonzaga 29-7 601 3 West Coast
7. Delaware 25-10 547 6 Colonial
8. Belmont 26-10 504 18 Ohio Valley
9. Western Michigan 23-10 470 10 Mid-American
10. Toledo 27-7 466 8 Mid-American
11. Georgia State 25-9 451 9 Sun Belt
12. Manhattan 25-8 442 11 Metro Atlantic
13. Green Bay 24-7 376 12 Horizon
14. BYU 23-12 371 13 West Coast
15. North Carolina Central 28-6 362 14 MEAC
16. Indiana State 23-11 302 15 Missouri Valley
17. New Mexico State 26-10 252 16 WAC
18. Iona 22-13 239 17 Metro Atlantic
19. Eastern Kentucky 24-10 222 19 Ohio Valley
20. UC Irvine 23-12 148 20 Big West
21. Louisiana at Lafayette 23-12 108 21 Sun Belt
22. Saint Mary's 23-12 106 22 West Coast
23. San Francisco 21-12 99 25 West Coast
24. IPFW 25-11 80 NR Summit
25. Murray State 23-11 79 NR Ohio Valley


OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: American 60, Weber State 48, UC Santa Barbara 36, Albany 14, Yale 14, Coastal Carolina 12, Milwaukee 12, Davidson 11, Wofford 11, Boston University 10, Utah Valley 10, Ohio 8, Towson 8, Buffalo 5, Radford 5, Vermont 5, Western Kentucky 4, Columbia 3, Sam Houston State 2, VMI 2, Akron 1, Cleveland State 1, Eastern Michigan 1, Florida Gulf Coast 1, Missouri State 1, Southern University 1, Texas A&M Corpus Christi 1, Texas Southern 1, William & Mary 1.


VOTING PANEL: Casey Alexander (Lipscomb), Randy Bennett (St. Mary's), Murry Bartow (ETSU), Horace Broadnax (Savannah State), Milan Brown (Holy Cross), Will Brown (Albany), Joe Callero (Cal Poly), Jamion Christian (Mount St. Mary's), Billy Donlon (Wright State), James Fox (Davidson), Tyler Geving (Portland State), Steve Hawkins (Western Michigan), Willie Hayes (Alabama A&M), B.J. Hill (Northern Colorado), Jason Hooten (Sam Houston State), Dick Hunsaker (Utah Valley), James Jones (Yale), Robert Jones (Norfolk State), Greg Kampe (Oakland), Danny Kaspar (Texas State), Tod Kowalczyk (Toledo), Greg Lansing (Indiana State), Bob Marlin (UL-Lafayette), Gregg Marshall (Wichita State), Tom Moore (Quinnipiac), Jeff Neubauer (Eastern Kentucky), Jimmy Patsos (Siena), Saul Phillips (North Dakota State), Buzz Peterson (UNC-Wilmington), Barclay Radebaugh (Charleston Southern), Ron Verlin (Pacific).


* Utah Valley head coach Dick Hunsaker is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2013-14 season. 


NOTE: The Mid-Major Poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, West Coast, Western Athletic.


The CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 is now in its fifteenth season of existence.


 

 

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