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Update: January 13th, 2020


    record points previous  
1. Gonzaga (31) 18-1 775 1 West Coast
2. Liberty 18-1 735 2 ASUN
3. Northern Iowa 14-2 679 5 Missouri Valley
4. Yale 11-4 647 6 Ivy League
5. Saint Mary's 15-4 609 4 West Coast
6. ETSU 15-3 607 7 Southern
7. Furman 14-4 577 3 Southern
8. Kent State 13-3 510 13 Mid-American
9. UNCG 13-5 498 9 Southern
10. BYU 13-5 487 10 West Coast
11. Stephen F. Austin 13-3 425 8 Southland
12. Santa Clara 15-3 386 12 West Coast
13. Harvard 11-4 373 14 Ivy League
14. Akron 13-3 359 19 Mid-American
15. Wright State 15-4 352 11 Horizon
16. Colgate 13-4 300 18 Patriot
17. Belmont 12-5 278 17 Ohio Valley
18. Pacific 14-5 210 16 West Coast
19. William & Mary 13-5 196 25 Colonial
20. New Mexico State 12-6 174 22 Western Athletic
21. San Francisco 13-6 146 NR West Coast
22. Bowling Green 11-5 143 24 Mid-American
23. Stony Brook 12-6 75 NR America East
24. Hofstra 13-5 71 NR Colonial
25. Vermont 11-6 67 15 America East


OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES:Drake 61, Georgia State 40, Bradley 38, Loyola 35, Western Carolina 31, Delaware 23, Toledo 21, UCSB 20, Northern Kentucky 19, Northern Colorado 13, Southern Utah 13, Wofford 13, Penn 11, Buffalo 10, Murray State 10, Sacramento State 7, Ball State 6, UC Riverside 5, Arkansas State 4, Charleston 4, Grambling 3, UC Irvine 3, Indiana State 2, Georgia Southern 1, North Dakota State 1, South Dakota State 1, Youngstown State 1.


VOTING PANEL: Casey Alexander (Belmont), Kevin Baggett (Rider), Mike Balado (Arkansas State), Randy Bennett (St. Mary's), Will Brown (Albany), Jon Coffman (Purdue Fort Wayne), Billy Donlon (UMKC), Jim Engles (Columbia), Steve Forbes (ETSU), Derrin Hansen (Omaha), Jason Hooten (Sam Houston State), Donte' Jackson (Grambling), James Jones (Yale), Mike Jones (Radford), Robert Jones (Norfolk State), Greg Kampe (Oakland), Danny Kaspar (Texas State), Brian Katz (Sacramento State), Tod Kowalczyk (Toledo), Greg Lansing (Indiana State), Jim Les (UC Davis), Bob Marlin (Louisiana), Ritchie McKay (Liberty), Joe Mihalich (Hofstra), Rob O'Driscoll (Drexel), Ryan Odom (UMBC), Brett Reed (Lehigh), Todd Simon (Southern Utah), Damon Stoudamire (Pacific), Jay Spoonhour (Eastern Illinois), Willis Wilson (Texas A&M Corpus Christi)    

* Columbia head coach Jim Engles is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2019-20 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, 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 21st season of existence.

 

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