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August 25 2016 Poll Tables

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Texas (16) 608 Runner-Up
2 Southern California (4) 554 Semifinals
3 Illinois (1) 502 Semifinals
4 Oklahoma State 490 T10
5 Vanderbilt (1) 482 Quarterfinals
6 Florida (1) 455 15
7 LSU 453 Quarterfinals
8 Stanford (1) 413 Missed Cut
9 Georgia 393 Missed Cut
10 Oklahoma 338 Quarterfinals
T11 Auburn 322 Missed Cut
T11 California 322 T10
13 Clemson 299 Missed Cut
14 Wake Forest 290 Missed Cut
15 Oregon (1) 283 Champion
16 Alabama 241 Missed Cut
17 South Carolina 216 Quarterfinals
18 Florida State 215 Missed Cut
19 Arizona State 187 9
20 Arkansas 168 12
21 Virginia 157 Missed Cut
22 USF 128 Missed Cut
23 Duke 86 DNQ
24 Baylor 70 Missed Cut
25 Kentucky 66 13
       
Others Receiving Votes: North Carolina, 52; Texas A&M, 52; San Diego State, 51; Washington, 41; Purdue, 27; UCLA, 27; UNLV, 26; Georgia Tech, 20; Houston, 20; Texas Tech, 15; NC State, 14; TCU, 14; Michigan, 8; Louisville, 7; Penn State, 4; Pepperdine, 3; UAB, 2; Charleston Southern, 1; New Mexico, 1; SMU, 1; Troy, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Saint Leo (12) 449 Champion
2 Florida Southern (1) 417 Semifinals
3 Lynn (4) 410 Semifinals
4 Barry (1) 389 Quarterfinals
5 Chico State 380 Runner-Up
6 West Florida (1) 379 Quarterfinals
7 Nova Southeastern 354 DNQ
8 South Carolina-Aiken 266 T16
9 Central Missouri 260 11
10 CSU-Monterey Bay 245 DNQ
11 California Baptist 206 Quarterfinals
12 Lee 191 DNQ
13 North Alabama 190 DNQ
14 Georgia Southwestern State 155 DNQ
15 Central Oklahoma 142 9
16 Missouri - St. Louis 120 DNQ
17 Columbus State 117 DNQ
18 Oklahoma Christian 107 14
19 Carson-Newman 102 DNQ
T20 West Georgia 91 Quarterfinals
T20 Wilmington (DE) 91 Quarterfinals
22 Flagler 87 DNQ
23 Simon Fraser 86 DNQ
24 Florida Tech 78 DNQ
25 CU-Colorado Springs 77 DNQ
       
Others Receiving Votes: BYU-Hawaii, 72; Sonoma State, 72; Dallas Baptist, 64; Tiffin, 58; St. Thomas Aquinas, 46; Limestone, 45; Western New Mexico, 42; Lincoln Memorial, 37; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 37; Indianapolis, 33; Lander, 30; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 24; Valdosta State, 23; Armstrong State, 22; Arkansas Tech, 19; Georgia College, 19; St. Edward's, 13; Western Washington, 13; Southern New Hampshire, 10; Le Moyne, 9; Cameron, 8; Ferris State, 8; St. Mary's (TX), 8; Concordia College (NY), 7; CSU-Stanislaus, 7; Mount Olive, 7; Rollins, 7; CSU-East Bay, 6; Newberry, 6; Grand Valley State, 5; Bellarmine, 4; CSU-San Bernardino, 4; North Greenville, 4; Dominican (NY), 3; Catawba, 2; Colorado Christian, 2; Colorado State-Pueblo, 2; Washburn, 2; Young Harris, 2; Colorado School of Mines, 1; CSU-San Marcos, 1; Henderson State, 1; Wingate, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (14) 463 Champion
2 Methodist (1) 434 T5
3 Huntingdon (2) 426 2
4 Oglethorpe (1) 401 8
5 Wittenberg 391 T3
6 St. Thomas (MN) 367 T5
7 Rhodes 314 9
8 Washington & Lee 307 T3
9 Otterbein 274 7
10 Berry 244 Missed Cut
11 Illinois Wesleyan 240 11
12 Emory 236 Missed Cut
13 LaGrange 217 14
14 California Lutheran 173 DNQ
15 Franklin & Marshall 168 T12
T16 Redlands 166 DNQ
T16 UT Tyler 166 Missed Cut
18 St. John Fisher 163 10
19 Guilford 115 DNQ
20 Mary Hardin-Baylor 107 DNQ
21 Transylvania 85 T12
22 Concordia (TX) (1) 83 Missed Cut
23 Spalding 67 15
24 Saint John's (MN) 66 DNQ
25 Greensboro 57 DNQ
       
Others Receiving Votes: Gustavus Adolphus, 56; Allegheny, 54; Centre, 39; Bethel (MN), 37; Middlebury, 26; Rochester, 26; Carnegie Mellon, 25; La Verne, 23; Western New England, 23; Christopher Newport, 21; Willamette, 19; Southwestern (TX), 17; Skidmore, 11; Hope, 10; Babson, 8; Rhode Island College, 8; Whitworth, 6; Trinity (CT), 5; Schreiner, 5; Trinity (TX), 4; McDaniel, 3; Texas Lutheran, 3; Virginia Wesleyan, 3; Augsburg, 2; Carthage, 2; Chapman, 2; Piedmont, 2; Kenyon, 1; Millikin, 1; Occidental, 1; Pacific Lutheran, 1; Rutgers-Camden, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NAIA Finish
1 Oklahoma City (7) 199 Champion
2 William Woods (1) 187 3
3 British Columbia 174 2
4 Johnson & Wales (FL) 172 5
5 Wayland Baptist 171 6
6 Texas Wesleyan 166 4
7 Coastal Georgia 143 11
8 University of the Cumberlands 133 T9
9 Keiser 124 T14
10 South Carolina Beaufort 123 8
11 Victoria 116 T9
12 Grand View 115 T12
13 Oregon Tech 93 7
14 Dalton State 91 T12
15 Cardinal Stritch 83 T14
16 Webber International 80 17
T17 Oklahoma Wesleyan 66 16
T17 Taylor 66 Missed Cut
19 Mount Mercy 55 Missed Cut
20 Southeastern (FL) 52 Missed Cut
21 Marian (IN) 41 Missed Cut
22 Arizona Christian 26 DNQ
23 The Master's College 21 DNQ
24 Faulkner 17 DNQ
25 Bellevue 15 Missed Cut
       
Others Receiving Votes: Northwestern Ohio, 14; Northwestern (IA), 13; Lewis-Clark State, 11; St. Ambrose, 9; Reinhardt, 8; Embry-Riddle (AZ), 6; St. Thomas (FL), 4; Brescia, 2; Lindsey Wilson, 2; Tennessee Wesleyan, 1; Thomas, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NJCAA Finals Finish
1 McLennan (5) 52 Champion
2 Indian Hills 48 T4
3 Midland (1) 43 3
4 Eastern Florida State 41 T4
5 Odessa 39 7
6 Western Texas 29 2
7 Iowa Western 21 10
8 Hutchinson 19 8
9 Dodge City 13 11
10 Pima 12 6
       
Others Receiving Votes: Wallace State, 7; New Mexico JC, 5; Eastern Arizona, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NJCAA Finals Finish
1 South Mountain (7) 79 1
2 Tyler JC (1) 69 T2
3 Mississippi Gulf Coast 59 4
4 Kirkwood 52 T2
5 Mesa 39 DNQ
6 Meridian 28 8
7 Murray State (OK) 22 7
8 Owens 18 5
9 Copiah Lincoln 17 DNQ
10 Illinois Central 14 6
       
Others Receiving Votes: Walters State, 12; Kansas City Kansas CC, 6; Lackawanna, 6; Iowa Lakes, 5; Black Hawk, 4; Mott, 4; Rend Lake, 4; Abraham Baldwin, 1; Seminole, 1.

August 27 2015 Poll Tables

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Illinois (3) 487 Semifinals
2 LSU (12) 482 Champion
3 Texas (5) 479 Quarterfinals
4 Florida State (1) 420 11
5 Southern California 406 Finals
6 Arizona State 354 Missed Cut
7 UCLA 320 Quarterfinals
8 South Carolina 315 13
9 Auburn 297 12
T10 Stanford 291 Missed Cut
T10 Vanderbilt 291 Quarterfinals
12 Georgia 255 Semifinals
13 Georgia Tech 248 9
14 USF 197 Quarterfinals
15 Oregon 196 Missed Cut
16 Oklahoma State 192 Missed Cut
17 Alabama 174 DNQ
18 Oklahoma 169 Missed Cut
19 Washington 148 Missed Cut
T20 SMU 124 14
T20 Wake Forest 124 DNQ
22 North Carolina 122 DNQ
23 Florida 112 Missed Cut
24 Virginia 102 Missed Cut
25 Baylor 80 DNQ
       
Others Receiving Votes: Texas Tech, 76; TCU, 61; San Diego State, 53; Arkansas, 53; Clemson, 35; UNLV, 35; California, 30; UAB, 23; New Mexico, 22; Duke, 20; Houston, 11; Texas A&M, 9; Ohio State, 8; East Tennessee State, 7; Purdue, 5; Charlotte, 3; NC State, 2; North Florida, 2.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Nova Southeastern (16) 472 Champion
2 Lynn (2) 435 Finals
3 South Carolina-Aiken 390 Quarterfinals
4 Barry (1) 348 10
T5 Central Missouri 344 Semifinals
T5 Florida Southern 344 Quarterfinals
7 Saint Leo 343 Semifinals
8 Chico State 335 Quarterfinals
9 Simon Fraser 300 Quarterfinals
10 CSU-Monterey Bay 291 9
11 Central Oklahoma 234 11
12 Flagler 212 DNQ
13 Columbus State 180 DNQ
14 West Florida 179 DNQ
15 Missouri - St. Louis 147 12
16 West Georgia 141 DNQ
17 North Alabama 139 DNQ
18 Western New Mexico 135 DNQ
19 Georgia Southwestern State 111 DNQ
20 Florida Tech 105 DNQ
21 Indianapolis 74 14
22 Sonoma State 70 15
23 Limestone 68 DNQ
24 Cameron 61 DNQ
25 Wingate 56 DNQ
       
Others Receiving Votes: Georgia College, 54; IUP, 53; Erskine, 42; Armstrong State, 39; St. Edward's, 37; Dixie State, 30; Tiffin, 27; CU-Colorado Springs, 26; Chestnut Hill, 21; Valdosta State, 21; Colorado School of Mines, 20; Lake Superior State, 20; Lewis, 19; Rollins, 17; Southwestern Oklahoma State, 17; Charleston, 16; Grand Valley State, 16; Lander, 16; Mount Olive, 16; Oklahoma Christian, 16; Arkansas Tech, 15; CSU-Stanislaus, 14; West Texas A&M, 12; Wilmington, 11; Lincoln Memorial, 10; CSU-East Bay, 9; Southeastern Oklahoma State, 8; Emmanuel (GA), 7; Western Washington, 7; Le Moyne, 6; CUP, 5; Belmont Abbey, 4; Malone, 4; Queens, 4; California Baptist, 3; Midwestern State, 3; Pfeiffer, 3; Saint Thomas Aquinas, 3; Coker, 2; Northeastern State, 2; North Greenville, 2; Clayton State, 1; Dallas Baptist, 1; Ferris State, 1; West Liberty, 1.



Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Methodist (14) 421 Champion
2 LaGrange (1) 369 2
3 UT Tyler (2) 360 6
4 Wittenberg 349 3
5 Redlands 330 5
6 Oglethorpe 328 10
7 Illinois Wesleyan 306 9
8 Guilford 303 8
9 Berry 296 4
10 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 255 13
11 Schreiner 252 7
12 St. Thomas (MN) 188 12
13 St. John Fisher 168 11
14 La Verne 153 14
15 Rhodes 145 Missed Cut
16 Texas Lutheran 129 DNQ
17 Southwestern (TX) 121 Missed Cut
18 Saint John's (MN) 101 DNQ
19 Trinity (TX) 93 DNQ
20 Spalding 89 15
21 Central 77 Missed Cut
T22 California Lutheran 71 DNQ
T22 Huntingdon 71 DNQ
24 Washington & Lee 51 DNQ
25 Franklin & Marshall 49 Missed Cut
       
Others Receiving Votes: Bethel (MN), 36; Concordia (TX), 36; Gustavus Adolphus, 36; Transylvania, 35; Skidmore, 34; Rochester, 31; Carnegie Mellon, 21; Mary Hardin-Baylor, 17; RPI, 17; Middlebury, 17; Centre, 15; Emory, 15; Whitworth, 14; Kenyon, 11; Farmingdale State, 10; McDaniel, 10; Allegheny, 9; Otterbein, 9; Washington & Jefferson, 9; Linfield, 8; Wisconsin Lutheran, 8; Carthage, 6; Hampden-Sydney, 5; Hope, 5; Birmingham-Southern, 4; Christopher Newport, 4; Dubuque, 4; Ferrum, 4; Rhode Island College, 4; UT Dallas, 4; Rutgers-Camden, 3; Western New England, 3; Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 3; Messiah, 1; Nebraska Wesleyan, 1; Williams, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NAIA Finish
1 William Woods (1) 215 2
2 Coastal Georgia (6) 212 Champion
3 Johnson & Wales (FL) 209 3
4 Oklahoma City (2) 200 T8
5 Wayland Baptist 187 5
6 Texas Wesleyan 175 6
7 South Carolina Beaufort 172 4
8 British Columbia 165 T8
9 Webber International 145 10
10 Dalton State 143 13
11 Grand View 142 12
12 Cardinal Stritch 120 14
13 Tennessee Wesleyan 89 11
14 The Master's College 87 15
15 Victoria 84 Missed Cut
16 Thomas 81 DNQ
17 Mobile 74 DNQ
18 Lindsey Wilson 66 16
19 Bethany (KS) 56 17
20 Mount Mercy 55 DNQ
21 Warner 37 DNQ
T22 Faulkner 27 DNQ
T22 Union 27 DNQ
24 Milligan 22 DNQ
25 Keiser 15 DNQ
       
Others Receiving Votes: Corban, 14; Marian (IN), 11; Indiana Wesleyan, 10; Davenport, 9; Cumberland University, 8; Arizona Christian, 7; Concordia (NE), 7; University of the Cumberlands, 7; Huntington, 7; Oklahoma Wesleyan, 6; SCAD Savannah, 6; Bellevue, 5; Southeastern (FL), 5; Houston-Victoria, 4; Lewis-Clark State, 4; St. Ambrose, 4; Rocky Mountain, 3; Missouri Baptist, 2; Saint Xavier, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NJCAA Finals Finish
1 Eastern Florida State (1) 54 T2
T2 Indian Hills (3) 49 Champion
T2 Odessa (2) 49 4
4 McLennan 44 T2
5 Dodge City 27 7
6 Wallace State 26 5
7 Hutchinson 23 9
8 Central Alabama 14 T11
9 Iowa Western 13 15
10 New Mexico JC 9 8
       
Others Receiving Votes: Darton, 7; Western Texas, 5; Faulkner State, 4; Midland, 4; Eastern Arizona, 2.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NJCAA Finals Finish
1 South Mountain (7) 79 Champion
2 Tyler JC (1) 68 2
3 Mississippi Gulf Coast 60 3
4 Mesa 42 DNQ
5 Kirkwood 33 6
6 Walters State 25 10
7 Meridian 23 DNQ
8 Kansas City Kansas CC 16 5
9 Illinois Central 14 T7
10 Owens 13 9
       
Others Receiving Votes: Copiah Lincoln, 9; Murray State, 9; Grand Rapids, 8; Seminole, 8; Southeast, 8; Black Hawk, 7; Iowa Lakes, 5; Rend Lake, 5; Andrew, 3; Des Moines Area, 3; Abraham Baldwin, 2.

 

 

 

8/27/14 Poll Layout

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
T1 Alabama (13) 516 1
T1 Oklahoma State (2) 516 2
3 Georgia Tech (1) 452 Quarterfinals
4 Texas (6) 422 13
5 Georgia 371 T11
6 Illinois 370 Quarterfinals
7 Stanford 350 Semifinals
8 Washington 335 15
9 Louisiana State 332 Semifinals
10 UCLA 301 Quarterfinals
11 Oklahoma 286 T16
12 South Carolina 284 9
13 Virginia 264 DNQ
14 California 207 T11
15 Houston 202 10
16 Vanderbilt 197 T16
17 Florida State 171 24
18 Central Florida 170 DNQ
19 Texas A&M 168 29
21 Auburn 154 23
22 Arkansas 135 T18
22 New Mexico 115 DNQ
23 Virginia Tech 112 28
24 Southern California 107 30
25 Oregon 98 14
       
Dropped From Ranking:  N/A    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State, 77; SMU, 77; UAB, 63; Baylor, 51, South Florida, 38; Wake Forest, 31; San Diego State, 29; Texas Tech, 29; UNLV, 26; Purdue, 20; Iowa, 18; Iowa State, 13; Clemson, 10; Kentucky, 8; Kent State, 5; North Carolina-Greensboro, 5; North Florida, 5; BYU, 2; Georgia State, 2; Missouri, 2; Colorado, 1; East Carolina, 1; Liberty, 1 Minnesota, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Barry (16) 438 1
2 CSU-Monterey Bay 394 Quarterfinals
3 Nova Southeastern (1) 392 2
4 Chico State (1) 371 Semifinals
5 Lynn 345 Quarterfinals
6 Central Missouri 331 Quarterfinals
7 South Carolina-Aiken 327 12
8 West Florida 270 DNQ
9 Armstrong State 240 10
10 North Alabama 228 9
11 Malone 223 Semifinals
12 Columbus State 196 DNQ
13 St. Edward's 172 11
T14 Florida Institute of Technology 157 DNQ
T14 Florida Southern 157 DNQ
T16 CSU-Staislaus 153 DNQ
T16 Flagler 153 DNQ
18 Western New Mexico 132 14
19 Hawaii-Hilo 127 13
20 Georgia College 119 DNQ
21 Indiana University of Pennsylvania 112 Quarterfinals
22 Central Oklahoma 84 T15
23 Missouri - St. Louis 81 DNQ
24 St. Leo 71 DNQ
25 Rollins 47 DNQ
       
Dropped From Ranking: N/A    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Arkansas Tech, 44; Indianapolis, 43; Simon Fraser, 40; Colorado School of Mines, 34; Lander, 33; California Baptist, 32; Oklahoma Christian, 27; Western Washington, 27; Valdosta State, 26; Saginaw Valley State, 23; Colorado-Colorado Springs, 22; Sonoma State, 18; Lincoln Memorial, 16; St. Thomas Aquinas, 12; Grand Valley State, 11; Henderson State, 11; Dixie State, 10; Georgia Southwestern State, 10; Midwestern State, 10; Wayne State (MI), 10; West Georgia, 10; Ferris State, 9; Ashland, 7; Limestone, 7; Erskine, 6; King, 6; Mount Olive, 6; Northeastern State, 6; Clayton State, 4; Nebraska-Kearney, 3; Colorado Christian, 2; Delta State, 2; Bellarmine, 1; Charleston, 1; Dallas Baptist, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NCAA Finals Finish
1 Oglethorpe (8) 364 2
2 Methodist 315 4
T3 Redlands 304 3
T3 Schreiner (6) 304 1
5 La Verne 281 T6
6 Wittenberg (1) 273 5
7 Illinois Wesleyan 241 Missed Cut
8 Transylvania 239 T8
9 LaGrange 235 T8
10 Texas-Tyler 229 T13
T11 Guilford 228 Missed Cut
T11 St. John Fisher 228 T6
13 Southwestern 188 11
14 Berry 181 T8
15 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 178 Missed Cut
16 Rhodes 144 T13
17 St. John's (MN) 132 15
18 California Lutheran 115 DNQ
19 Greensboro College 92 DNQ
20 Concordia (TX) 81 Missed Cut
21 Rochester 74 12
22 Hampden-Sydney 67 DNQ
23 Trinity (TX) 56 DNQ
24 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 53 DNQ
25 St. Thomas 40 DNQ
       
Dropped From Ranking: N/A      
       
Others Receiving Votes: Dubuque, 37; Emory, 31; Mary Hardin-Baylor, 20; Pacific Lutheran, 20; Skidmore, 20; Gustavus Adolphus, 18; McDaniel, 17; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 15; Chapman, 11; Middlebury, 10; Whitworth, 7; Huntingdon, 6; Carnegie Mellon, 5; Allegheny, 3; Christopher Newport, 3; Willamette, 3; Hope, 2; Adrian, 1; Linfield, 1; Millikin, 1; Nebraska Wesleyan, 1; Occidental, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NAIA Finals Finish
1 Oklahoma City (1) 217 2
2 College of Coastal Georgia (7) 215 1
3 William Woods (1) 200 T3
4 Johnson & Wales (FL) 190 T3
5 Grand View 179 5
6 Wayland Baptist 178 14
7 Texas Wesleyan 177 T6
8 Faulkner 147 T6
9 Oklahoma Baptist 145 10
10 British Columbia 135 11
11 CSU-San Marcos 116 19
12 Concordia University (OR) 110 8
13 Webber International 105 13
14 Tennessee Wesleyan 91 9
15 Northwood (FL) 87 DNQ
16 University of the Cumberlands 85 DNQ
17 South Carolina Beaufort 75 DNQ
18 Thomas 66 12
19 Bellevue 60 25
20 Bethany College (KS) 50 15
21 Lindsey Wilson 41 20
22 Mount Mercy 37 DNQ
23 Cardinal Stritch 33 18
24 The Master's College 25 DNQ
T25 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical (FL) 21 16
T25 Houston-Victoria 21 DNQ
       
Dropped From Ranking: N/A      
       
Others Receiving Votes: Westminster (UT), 15; Midland, 14; St. Thomas Houston, 14; Victoria, 13; Cumberland, 12; Southeastern (FL), 9; Bethel College (KS), 8; Indiana Wesleyan, 5; Baker, 4; Marian University-Indianapolis, 4; St. Ambrose, 4; Dalton State, 3; Mobile, 3; Mount Marty, 3; Warner, 3; Northwood (TX), 2; William Jessup, 2; Union College, 1.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NJCAA Finals Finish
1 Indian Hills (6) 57 1
2 Midland 43 6
3 McLennan 39 7
4 Odessa (1) 32 5
5 Central Alabama 30 8
6 Wallace State 29 2
7 Dodge City 21 9
T8 Eastern Florida State 19 11
T8 Iowa Western 19 3
10 John A. Logan 12 N/A
       
Dropped From Ranking: N/A    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Hutchinson, 9; Faulkner State, 6; Western Texas, 5; Paris, 3; Eastern Arizona, 2; Pima, 2; Scottsdale, 2.

 

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points NJCAA Finals Finish
T1 Mesa (1) 70 2
T1 Walters State (5) 70 1
3 South Mountain (1) 56 DNQ
4 Mississippi Gulf Coast (1) 48 3
5 Darton State 39 N/A
6 Owens 32 5
7 Tyler 29 6
8 Black Hawk 23 4
9 Meridian 17 N/A
10 Grand Rapids 11 9
       
Dropped From Ranking: N/A    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Kirkwood, 8; Lackawanna, 8; Murray State, 8; Rend Lake, 6; Iowa Lakes, 5; Abraham Baldwin, 3; Des Moines Area, 3; Seminole, 3; Parkland, 1.

NJCAA Division I 2013 Championship Finish

NJCAA Division I Championship Finish

Finish University (First Place Votes)
1 Central Alabama CC
2 Odessa College
3 Scottsdale CC
4 Johnson County CC
5 Brevard College
6 Iowa Western CC
7 Wallace State CC
8 New Mexico JC
9 Midland CC
10 McLennan CC
11 Indian Hills CC
12 Darton CC
13 South Carolina-Lancaster
T14 Hutchinson CC
T14 Western Texas CC
T16 Dodge City CC
T16 Meridian CC
18 Wake Tech
19 Faulkner State
20 Pima
21 Eastern Arizona
22 North Idaho CC
23 Garden City CC
24 Trinidad State CC

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