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Update: November 24th, 2014


    record points previous  
1. Wichita State (27) 3-0 771 1 Missouri Valley
2. Gonzaga (4) 4-0 746 2 West Coast
3. BYU 3-0 705 3 West Coast
4. Northern Iowa 4-0 673 4 Missouri Valley
5. Harvard 2-1 592 7 Ivy League
6. Saint Mary's 4-0 578 6 West Coast
7. Akron 3-1 514 14 Mid-American
8. Belmont 3-1 501 12 Ohio Valley
9. Green Bay 1-1 461 8 Horizon
10. Toledo 1-2 436 6 Mid-American
11. Stephen F. Austin 1-2 423 5 Southland
12. Iona 3-1 407 11 Mid-American
13. Georgia State 1-2 343 9 Sun Belt
14. Murray State 2-1 339 17 Ohio Valley
15. Evansville 2-0 303 18 Missouri Valley
16. Florida Gulf Coast 3-0 271 22 Atlantic Sun
17. Western Michigan 3-0 260 21 Mid-American
18. UC Irvine 2-2 258 15 Big West
19. Wofford 4-1 192 NR Southern
20. Missouri State 2-1 191 20 Missouri Valley
21. Cleveland State 2-2 166 13 Horizon
22. Northeastern 4-0 118 NR Colonial
23. Holy Cross 3-0 110 25 Patriot
24. Louisiana Lafayette 1-2 70 16 Sun Belt
25. Yale 4-1 69 NR Ivy League


OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: San Francisco 56, Army 41, Eastern Kentucky 40, Eastern Michigan 32, Denver 27, Lafayette 25, Charleston Southern 24, Kent State 23, Wright State 23, New Mexico State 22, Portland State 22, Valparaiso 22, UC Santa Barbara 21, Hawaii 20, Bowling Green 17, Long Beach State 17, Central Michigan 13, Siena 13, Incarnate Word 12, Northern Illinois 11, Portland 11, Louisiana Monroe 10, Illinois State 9, North Dakota State 8, Hofstra 7, UT Pan American 7, American 6, Quininipiac 5, Towson 5, Pepperdine 4, UMKC 4, William & Mary 4, Buffalo 2, Chattanooga 2, Fairleigh Dickinson 2, Gardner Webb 2, Indiana State 2, IPFW 2, UC Davis 2, Eastern Washington 1, Radford 1, Seattle 1.


VOTING PANEL: Milan Brown (Holy Cross), Will Brown (Albany), Jim Les (UC Davis), Jamion Christian (Mount St. Mary's), Billy Donlon (Wright State), James Fox (Appalachian State), Tyler Geving (Portland State), Derrin Hansen (Nebraska-Omaha), 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), Mike Jones (Radford), Robert Jones (Norfolk State), Greg Kampe (Oakland), Danny Kaspar (Texas State), Tod Kowalczyk (Toledo), Greg Lansing (Indiana State), Gregg Marshall (Wichita State), Bob Marlin (UL-Lafayette), Tom Moore (Quinnipiac), Jeff Neubauer (Eastern Kentucky), Rob O'Driscoll (James Madison), Jimmy Patsos (Siena), Ron Verlin (Pacific), Will Wade (Chattanooga).


* Western Michigan head coach Steve Hawkins is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2014-15 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 sixteenth season of existence.


 

 

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