Mens Mid Major Top 25®

Mens Mid Major Top 25® Update Date: February 19,2024

RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1
Saint Mary's (25)
21-6 760 2 West Coast
2
Grand Canyon (3)
24-2 729 3 Western Athletic
3
Gonzaga (2)
20-6 720 4 West Coast
4
Appalachian State
22-5 632 5 Sun Belt
5
Princeton
19-3 614 6 Ivy League
6
Indiana State (1)
22-5 596 1 Missouri Valley
7
James Madison
24-3 576 7 Sun Belt
8
McNeese
23-3 572 9 Southland
9
Drake
22-5 538 11 Missouri Valley
10
High Point
22-6 443 8 Big South
11
Samford
23-4 410 10 Southern
12
Cornell
19-4 396 13 Ivy League
13
Yale
17-7 390 12 Ivy League
14
UC Irvine
19-7 376 15 Big West
15
San Francisco
21-6 356 16 West Coast
16
Vermont
21-6 333 17 America East
17
Akron
19-6 319 18 Mid-American
18
Charleston
19-7 244 21 Coastal Athletic
19
UNCW
19-7 180 14 Coastal Athletic
20
Colgate
19-8 115 25 Patriot
21
Oakland
18-10 94 NR (32) Horizon
22
Green Bay
17-10 82 19 Horizon
23
Western Kentucky
19-7 76 NR (29) CUSA
24
Louisiana Tech
18-8 64 NR (26) CUSA
25
Bradley
18-9 56 24 Missouri Valley

 

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Troy 42, Eastern Washington 40, Old Dominion 31, Northern Arizona 20, Lamar 17, Central Arkansas 13, Bowling Green 12, North Carolina A&T 11, Charleston 8, Sacred Heart 8, Southern Indiana 7, UC Irvine 7, North Dakota State 5, Hawaii 4, Murray State 4, Harvard 3, Illinois State 2, Manhattan 2, Wright State 2.


VOTING PANEL: Casey Alexander (Belmont), Randy Bennett (St. Mary's), Kenny Blakeney (Howard), Jeff Boals (Ohio), Jon Coffman (Purdue-Fort Wayne), Jim Engles (Columbia), Greg Gary (Mercer), Eric Henderson (South Dakota State), Jason Hooten (New Mexico State), James Jones (Yale), Johnny Jones (Texas Southern), Robert Jones (Norfolk State), Greg Kampe (Oakland), Dustin Kerns (Appalachian State), Tod Kowalczyk (Toledo), Shantay Legans (Portland), Grant Leonard (Queens), Jim Les (UC Davis), Steve Lutz (Western Kentucky), Bob Marlin (Louisiana), Ritchie McKay (Liberty), David Patrick (Sacramento State), Rob O'Driscoll (Maine), Leonard Perry (Pacific), Mark Prosser (Winthrop), Brett Reed (Lehigh), Josh Schertz (Indiana State), Rob Senderoff (Kent State), Pat Skerry (Towson), Todd Simon (Bowling Green), Preston Spradlin (Morehead State).   

* Maine assistant coach Rob O'Driscoll is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2023-24 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, Coastal Athletic, Conference USA, 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 25th season of existence.

 


 

To do a standard Top 25 list is incredibly difficult, but we have achieved this feat once again. And though you may be a seasoned Betoclock punter who may disagree with our rankings, please remember that this is not some random opinion rather it is the judgment of our esteemed voting panel that is composed of some of the leading experts on the sport.

Rankings can be predictive of future performance, including postseason tournament play. Compare them to SportsBetting3.com's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament futures odds. Note that higher ranked teams generally correlate to likely National Championship winners.