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Wednesday, 10 June 2015 10:56

2015 MLB draft

Players from NAIA schools taken in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft:

Pick Round Team Player Story School Pos.
64 2 Kansas City Royals Josh Staumont story Azusa Pacific,
transfer from Biola
RHP
164 5 Washington Nationals Taylor Hearn story Oklahoma Baptist LHP
166 6 Arizona Diamondbacks Tyler Mark story Concordia (Calif.) RHP
296 10 Miami Marlins Kelvin Rivas story Oklahoma Baptist RHP
306 10 San Francisco Giants Tyler Cyr story Embry-Riddle (Fla.) RHP
364 12 Cleveland Indians Ryan Perez story Judson (Ill.) LHP
441 15 Boston Red Sox Jerry Downs story St. Thomas (Fla.) OF
488 16 Oakland Athletics Dustin Hurlbutt story Tabor (Kan.) RHP
506 17 Miami Marlins Max Whitt story Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) SS
526 18 Arizona Diamondbacks Daniel Comstock story Menlo (Calif.) C
547 18 Pittsburgh Pirates Stephan Meyer story Bellevue (Neb.) RHP
571 19 Milwaukee Brewers Steven Karkenny story The Master's (Calif.) 1B
578 19 Oakland Athletics Seth Brown   Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) 1B
584 19 Washington Nationals Clayton Brandt   MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) SS
595 20 Cincinnati Reds Rock Rucker   Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) LHP
610 20 Detroit Tigers Logan Longwith   Tennessee Wesleyan RHP
632 21 Toronto Blue Jays Tayler Saucedo   Tennessee Wesleyan LHP
648 22 Texas Rangers Josh Altmann   Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) SS
653 22 Chicago Cubs Alex Bautista   Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) OF
720 24 Atlanta Braves Jacob Lanning   Holy Cross (Ind.) 3B
735 24 Los Angeles Angels Mitch Esser story Concordia (Calif.) CF
792 26 Los Angeles Dodgers Marcus Crescentini story Missouri Baptist RHP
794 26 Washington Nationals Russell Harmening story Westmont (Calif.) RHP
829 28 Houston Astros Zac Grotz story  Embry-Riddle (Fla.) RHP
837 28 San Diego Padres Corey Hale   Mobile (Ala.) LHP
853 28 Baltimore Orioles Christian Turnipseed   Georgia Gwinnett RHP
875 29 Seattle Mariners Jared West   LSU Shreveport (La.) LHP
886 30 Arizona Diamondbacks Jeff Smith   Missouri Baptist IF
892 30 Chicago White Sox Jack Charleston   Faulkner (Ala.) RHP
919 31 Houston Astros Keach Ballard story Oklahoma Baptist SS
932 31 Toronto Blue Jays Josh Degraaf   Taylor (Ind.) RHP
948 32 Texas Rangers John Werner   St. Catharine (Ky.) RHP
950 32 Minnesota Twins Andrew Vasquez   Westmont (Calif.) LHP
954 32 Philadelphia Phillies Reggie Wilson story Oklahoma City CF
958 32 Tampa Bay Rays Ty Jackson   Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) RHP
975 32 Los Angeles Angels Conor Lillis-White story British Columbia LHP
999 33 Kansas City Royals Nathan Esposito   Concordia (Ore.) C
1040 35 Minnesota Twins Hector Lujan   Westmont (Calif.) RHP
1077 36 San Diego Padres Alex Webb   British Columbia RHP
1083 36 New York Yankees Dustin Cook   Oklahoma City RHP
1151 38 St. Louis Cardinals Orlando Olivera   Missouri Baptist OF
1186 40 Arizona Diamondbacks Tucker Ward   Mobile (Ala.) RHP

 

Thursday, 04 June 2015 14:27

2015 All-Americans, Gold Gloves

2015 NAIA Baseball All-America First Team

Position First Last Year School Hometown
C Jesse Baker Sr. Edward Waters (Fla.) Sebring, Fla.
C Osvaldo Gonzalez Sr. Bellevue (Neb.) Miami, Fla.
1B Ty Abbott Sr. Georgia Gwinnett Milton, Ga.
2B Yariel Gonzalez Jr. Oklahoma Baptist San Sebastian, P.R.
SS Clayton Brandt Sr. MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) Stewardson, Ill.
3B Ridge Hoopi-Haslam Sr. Tennessee Wesleyan Hilo, Hawaii
INF Randy Santiesteban Sr. Peru State (Neb.) Hialeah, Fla.
DH Keivan Berges So. Northwood (Fla.) Wellington, Fla.
OF Jordan Tescher Sr. Dickinson State (N.D.) Beach, N.D.
OF Orlando Olivera+ Sr. Missouri Baptist Miami, Fla.
OF Chris Madera Sr. Faulkner (Ala.) Santo Domingo, D.R.
OF Alex Bautista Sr. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Brooklyn, N.Y.
SP Adam Panayotovich Sr. St. Francis (Ill.) Palos Park, Ill.
SP Corey Hale Sr. Mobile (Ala.) Luverne, Ala.
SP Adam Hines Jr. LSU Alexandria (La.) Bunkie, La.
SP Kelvin Rivas Sr. Oklahoma Baptist Guaynabo, P.R.
RP Tyler Mark Jr. Concordia (Calif.) Los Angeles, Calif.
           

2015 Rawlings-NAIA Baseball Gold Glove Team

Position Player School
C Cam Firth British Columbia
1B Alex Bush Westmont (Calif.)
2B Mitch Huckabay LSU Alexandria (La.)
3B Alex Montero LSU Shreveport (La.)
SS Jose Rojas Vanguard (Calif.)
CF Mitchell Esser Concordia (Calif.)
LF Demetrius Moorer Point Park (Pa.)
RF Bryan Hernandez Southwest (N.M.)
P Jordan Hackett Our Lady of the Lake (Texas)
Sunday, 17 May 2015 21:38

National Championship preview

Schedule for the first two days of the 59th NAIA Baseball National Championship, Friday-Saturday, May 22-23, Harris Field, Lewiston, ID (all times PDT):

9 AM: #7 seed Lindsey Wilson (41-17) vs. #10 Vanguard (38-20)

Lindsey Wilson (Columbia, KY) is making their first appearance at the Baseball National Championship.
Nickname: Blue Raiders
Rankings: Unranked in coaches' poll, #31 in ISR. Strength of schedule: #105
Quality wins: 2-1 vs. Auburn-Montgomery, 1-1 vs. Faulkner, 2-1 vs. Campbellsville, 2-1 vs. Tennessee Wesleyan
Top position players: RF Alex Bautista (.383, 19 HR, 72 RBI), 3B Ryan Harper (.400). Bautista's 72 RBI is fourth-best in the NAIA.
Top pitchers: LHP Scott Sebald (10-3, 1.07 ERA), LHP Ryan Hartman (10-2, 2.04 ERA, 103 K)
Coach: Jonathan Burton, fourth season
Outlook: Happy to be here.

Vanguard (Costa Mesa, CA) is making their second appearance at the Baseball National Championship; the first one was in 1985.
Nickname: Lions
Rankings: Unranked in coaches' poll, #16 in ISR. SoS: #12
Quality wins: 4-2 vs. Westmont, British Columbia, Northwestern Ohio
Top position players: OF Brandon Sandoval (.291, 36 stolen bases), SS Jose Rojas (.333, 12 HR, 57 RBI), OF Paul Keating (.330)
Top pitchers: RHP Sean Isaac (9-5, 2.91 ERA, 92 K), RHP Scott Torrey (6-1, 3.07 ERA)
Coach: Rob Pegg, third season
Outlook: The Lions play in the very competitive Golden State Athletic Conference, and got to the National Championship by winning the toughest Opening Round bracket. They should do better than their #10 seeding, but won't be championship contenders.

Noon: #8 Concordia-Irvine (47-16) vs. #9 Saint Thomas (44-16)

Concordia-Irvine (CA) is making their third appearance at the Baseball National Championship. (It will be their final appearance; they are moving to Division II next year.) They won the championship in 2011.
Nickname: Eagles
Rankings: #19 in coaches' poll, #2 in ISR. SoS: #3 (highest in tournament)
Quality wins: 1-1 vs. Oklahoma City, 1-1 vs. Lewis-Clark State, 6-1 vs. Vanguard
Top position players: SS Ryan Goodman (.314), OF Robert Shiroky (.292), OF Mitchell Esser (.312, 52 RBI)
Top pitchers: RHP Tyler Mark (5-1, 1.30 ERA, 64 K), RHP Dillon Moran (9-4, 3.63 ERA, 64 K), RHP Isaiah Terrazas (6-2, 2.61 ERA). Mark has 23 saves, the most in the NAIA.
Coach: Mike Grahovac, seventh season
Outlook: The Eagles won the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament, and split with #1 Oklahoma City in the Opening Round to make it here. They should be a contender for the championship.

Saint Thomas (Miami Gardens, FL) is making their fifth appearance at the Baseball National Championship; the last one was in 2007.
Nickname: Bobcats
Rankings: #20 in coaches' poll, #22 in ISR. SoS: #25
Quality wins: 2-1 vs. Northwood, 2-1 vs. Georgia Gwinnett, Westmont
Top position players: 1B Eric Santamaria (.374, 53 RBI), 3B Paul Chacin (Maracuabo, Venezuela; .335, 69 RBI), LF Jerry Downs (.348, 7 HR, 51 RBI)
Top pitchers: RHP Marcos Barrios (9-2, 3.63 ERA, 78 K), RHP Alex Hernandez (3-1, 2.93 ERA, 43 K). RHP Chris Rodriguez (2-0, 3.00 ERA, 26 K, 12 saves)
Coach: Jorge Perez, sixth season
Outlook: The Bobcats are happy to be here.

Thursday, 07 May 2015 11:05

Opening Round brackets and schedules

The NAIA Baseball National Championship Open Round takes place in nine locations, May 12-15. The winners of these nine brackets go to the National Championship in Lewiston, ID May 22-29.

NAIA Schedule and Results page

Bellevue Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Roddy Field | Bellevue, Neb.
Tournament Website

1. Tabor (Kan.)
2. Bellevue (Neb.)
3. William Woods (Mo.)
4. Madonna (Mich.)
5. Mayville State (N.D.)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Madonna (Mich.) (37-15) vs. No. 5 Mayville State (N.D.) (39-20)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Bellevue (Neb.) (44-13) vs. No. 3 William Woods (Mo.) (38-12)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Tabor (Kan.) (49-9) vs. Winner Game 1

 


Daytona Beach Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Sliwa Stadium | Daytona Beach, Fla.
Tournament Website
Live Audio/Video

1. Auburn Montgomery (Ala.)
2. Embry-Riddle (Fla.)
3. Bryan (Tenn.)
4. Southeastern (Fla.)
5. Rio Grande (Ohio)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Southeastern (Fla.) (38-19) vs. No. 5 Rio Grande (Ohio) (32-20)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) (36-17) vs. No. 3 Bryan (Tenn.) (42-16)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) (40-16) vs. Winner Game 1

Grand Rapids Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Farmers Insurance Athletic Complex | Grand Rapids, Mich.
Tournament Website
Live Video

1. Oklahoma Wesleyan
2. Davenport (Mich.)
3. Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio)
4. Peru State (Neb.)
5. Grand View (Iowa)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Peru State (Neb.) (38-14) vs. No. 5 Grand View (Iowa) (20-20)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Davenport (Mich.) (48-9) vs. No. 3 Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) (37-10)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Oklahoma Wesleyan (46-12) vs. Winner Game 1

Kingsport Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Hunter Wright Stadium | Kingsport, Tenn.
Tournament Website

1. Tennessee Wesleyan
2. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)
3. Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)
4. LSU Alexandria (La.)
5. Judson (Ill.)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 LSU Alexandria (La.) (39-14) vs. No. 5 Judson (Ill.) (40-18)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) (38-17) vs. No. 3 Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) (35-14)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Tennessee Wesleyan (43-10) vs. Winner Game 1

Lawrenceville Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Grizzly Baseball Complex | Lawrenceville, Ga.
Tournament Website
Live Video

1. Georgia Gwinnett
2. Westmont (Calif.)
3. St. Thomas (Fla.)
4. St. Catharine (Ky.)
5. Spring Arbor (Mich.)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 St. Catharine (Ky.) (37-15) vs. No. 5 Spring Arbor (Mich.) (30-16)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Westmont (Calif.) (39-15) vs. No. 3 St. Thomas (Fla.) (41-13)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Georgia Gwinnett (47-12) vs. Winner Game 1

Montgomery Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Harrison Field | Montgomery, Ala.
Tournament Website
Live Video

1. Faulkner (Ala.)
2. Northwood (Fla.)
3. Campbellsville (Ky.)
4. Lyon (Ark.)
5. St. Francis (Ill.)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Lyon (Ark.) (33-11) vs. No. 5 St. Francis (Ill.) (27-26)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Northwood (Fla.) (39-12) vs. No. 3 Campbellsville (Ky.) (28-11)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Faulkner (Ala.) (45-13) vs. Winner Game 1

Oklahoma City Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Jim Wade Stadium | Oklahoma City, Okla.
Tournament Website
Live Video

1. Oklahoma City
2. Concordia (Calif.)
3. York (Neb.)
4. Missouri Baptist
5. Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Missouri Baptist (41-11) vs. No. 5 Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) (24-24)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Concordia (Calif.) (44-15) vs. No. 3 York (Neb.) (39-17)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Oklahoma City (43-11) vs. Winner Game 1

Santa Clarita Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Reese Field at Lou Herwaldt Stadium | Santa Clarita, Calif.
Tournament Website
Live Video

1. The Master's (Calif.)
2. Northwestern Ohio
3. British Columbia
4. Vanguard (Calif.)
5. Cal State San Marcos

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Vanguard (Calif.) (34-20) vs. No. 5 Cal State San Marcos (36-15)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 Northwestern Ohio (42-13) vs. No. 3 British Columbia (38-17)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 The Master's (Calif.) (42-12) vs. Winner Game 1

Shawnee Bracket
May 12 - 15 | Bison Field at Ford Park | Shawnee, Okla.
Tournament Website
Live Video

1. Oklahoma Baptist
2. LSU Shreveport (La.)
3. Sterling (Kan.)
4. Briar Cliff (Iowa)
5. MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)

Tuesday, May 12  
Game 1 - TBA No. 4 Briar Cliff (Iowa) (29-23-1) vs. No. 5 MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) (33-21)
Game 2 - TBA No. 2 LSU Shreveport (La.) (43-12) vs. No. 3 Sterling (Kan.) (46-13)
Game 3 - TBA No. 1 Oklahoma Baptist (49-6) vs. Winner Game 1
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 07:35

Conference championships roundup

In every conference listed here (except the the Southern States Athletic Conference, which had a winner-take-all final), the title was decided by an “if necessary” game. ISR's mentioned here are as of May 6.

Cal State San Marcos (ISR #13) won the Association of Independent Institutions championship for the third time in five years. They lost the first “final” to #1 Georgia Gwinnett 2-1. The Grizzlies out-hit the Cougars 11-5, and SS Ernesto Vasquez hit an RBI single for the winning run. CSUSM won the deciding game 11-5. The Cougars got five runs in the first inning, and added four more in the second. LF Clinton Perez hit an RBI single for the winning run. Emilio Esquibel got his second win of the tournament, and ran his record to 12-1, 2.43 ERA. Story Georgia Gwinnett will host an Opening Round bracket.

#2 Oklahoma City won the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament, defeating #3 Oklahoma Baptist twice, 9-6 and 7-5. The Stars trailed in the late innings of both games. They scored four runs in the eighth inning of the first one. In the second one, C Connor Lynch hit a grand slam home run in the bottom of the ninth. Story Both Oklahoma City and Oklahoma Baptist are hosting Opening Round brackets.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 14:19

Top 25 and recap for April 28

NAIA coaches' poll for April 28, 2015, with Boyd Nation's ISR. Recaps below.

RANK

ISR

PRVS

SCHOOL

2015
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

32

2

Georgia Gwinnett

43-9

576

2

20

3

Oklahoma City

38-10

568

3

4

4

Oklahoma Baptist

45-4

544

4

9

5

Northwood (FL)

39-10

521

5

7

7

Davenport (MI)

44-6

495

6

14

6

Oklahoma Wesleyan

43-10

489

7

6

8

Tennessee Wesleyan

37-10

485

8

2

8

The Master's (CA)

41-10

467

9

13

10

Tabor (KS)

46-9

443

10

8

1

Faulkner (AL)

42-12

437

11

17

15

Auburn Montgomery (AL)

36-16

389

12

1

13

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

40-10

382

13

41

12

LSU Shreveport (LA)

40-12

357

14

5

11

Westmont (CA)

37-13

352

15

16

16

Northwestern Ohio

37-10

310

16

11

17

Bellevue (NE)

41-12

303

17

24

20

Sterling (KS)

44-11

294

18

18

18

Embry-Riddle (FL)

32-16

265

19

19

14

Campbellsville (KY)

27-9

252

20

29

21

St. Thomas (FL)

38-13

218

21

3

19

Concordia (CA)

40-14

212

22

21

23

Mount Vernon Nazarene (OH)

30-8

181

23

34

22

Freed-Hardeman (TN)

33-12

180

24

37

24

Point Park (PA)

36-11

146

25

36

25

William Woods (MO)

35-10

115

 

10

 

British Columbia

27-16

 

 

12

 

Vanguard (CA)

36-18

 

 

15

 

Concordia-Portland (OR)

29-21

 

 

22

 

Lindsey Wilson (KY)

35-18

 

 

23

 

York (NE)

42-15

 

 

25

 

Missouri Baptist

35-10

 

Tuesday, 21 April 2015 14:07

Top 25 and recap for April 21

NAIA coaches' poll for April 21, 2015, with Boyd Nation's ISR. Recaps below.

RANK

ISR

PRVS

SCHOOL

2015
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

15

1

Faulkner (AL)

40-10

567

2

31

6

Georgia Gwinnett

41-8

565

3

21

4

Oklahoma City

34-10

548

4

5

7

Oklahoma Baptist

42-4

517

5

10

3

Northwood (FL)

39-10

514

6

14

8

Oklahoma Wesleyan

40-9

499

7

11

2

Davenport (MI)

39-6

483

T8

1

5

The Master's (CA)

38-9

462

T8

8

9

Tennessee Wesleyan

34-9

462

10

13

10

Tabor (KS)

38-8

431

11

4

13

Westmont (CA)

35-11

397

12

39

14

LSU Shreveport (LA)

37-11

362

13

2

18

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

36-10

350

14

16

15

Campbellsville (KY)

25-7

337

15

18

12

Auburn Montgomery (AL)

33-14

322

16

22

23

Northwestern Ohio

35-9

291

17

12

17

Bellevue (NE)

34-11

286

18

19

16

Embry-Riddle (FL)

31-15

266

19

3

19

Concordia-Irvine (CA)

39-12

261

20

27

20

Sterling (KS)

36-11

251

21

26

22

St. Thomas (FL)

37-13

226

22

33

RV

Freed-Hardeman (TN)

30-11

183

23

17

24

Mount Vernon Nazarene (OH)

27-7

145

24

43

21

Point Park (PA)

31-10

114

25

38

NR

William Woods (MO)

31-9

106

 

6

 

British Columbia

27-12

 

 

7

 

Vanguard (CA)

35-15

 

 

9

 

Concordia-Portland (OR)

26-20

 

 

20

 

York (NE)

37-15

 

 

23

 

Missouri Baptist

33-8

 

 

24

 

Bryan (TN)

39-15

 

 

25

 

Lyon (AR)

27-9

 

 

Wednesday, 15 April 2015 13:44

2015 Opening Round locations

Locations for the 2015 NAIA Baseball National Championship Opening Round, which will take place May 12-15:

 

Host

Facility

Host City

Event Title

Bellevue (Neb.)

Roddy Field

Bellevue, Neb.

Bellevue Bracket

Davenport (Mich.)

Farmers Insurance Athletic Complex

Grand Rapids, Mich.

Grand Rapids Bracket

Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

Sliwa Stadium

Daytona Beach, Fla.

Daytona Beach Bracket

Faulkner (Ala.)

Harrison Field

Montgomery, Ala.

Montgomery Bracket

Georgia Gwinnett

Grizzly Baseball Complex

Lawrenceville, Ga.

Lawrenceville Bracket

Kingsport CVB

Hunter Wright Stadium

Kingsport, Tenn.

Kingsport Bracket

Oklahoma Baptist

Bison Field at Ford Park

Shawnee, Okla.

Shawnee Bracket

Oklahoma City

Jim Wade Stadium

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Oklahoma City Bracket

The Master's (Calif.)

Reese Field at Lou Herwaldt Stadium

Santa Clarita, Calif.

Santa Clarita Bracket

Each of these tournaments will have a field of five teams, which will play a double-elimination tournament. The champions of these nine tournaments plus Lewis-Clark State will form the field for the Baseball National Championship in Lewiston, ID May 22-29.

Click here for the official NAIA press release.

Tuesday, 14 April 2015 11:47

Top 25 and recap for April 14

NAIA coaches' poll for April 14, 2015, with Boyd Nation's ISR. Recaps below.

RANK

ISR

PRVS

SCHOOL

2015
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

8

1

Faulkner (AL)

38-8

589

2

5

2

Davenport (MI)

36-3

563

3

9

3

Northwood (FL)

37-8

558

4

19

4

Oklahoma City

30-9

512

5

1

6

The Master's (CA)

37-7

508

6

30

5

Georgia Gwinnett

37-8

496

7

3

7

Oklahoma Baptist

39-4

484

8

10

8

Oklahoma Wesleyan

37-8

465

9

11

10

Tennessee Wesleyan

33-9

436

10

14

8

Tabor (KS)

38-8

428

11

22

11

Missouri Baptist

30-6

403

12

16

14

Auburn Montgomery (AL)

32-12

382

13

6

12

Westmont (CA)

33-10

354

14

35

15

LSU Shreveport (LA)

32-10

327

15

12

16

Campbellsville (KY)

22-6

310

16

17

17

Embry-Riddle (FL)

30-13

301

17

13

13

Bellevue (NE)

33-10

295

18

2

19

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

31-10

275

19

4

18

Concordia (CA)

36-11

274

20

31

20

Sterling (KS)

33-11

226

21

33

21

Point Park (PA)

29-6

204

22

28

23

St. Thomas (FL)

34-12

197

23

23

24

Northwestern Ohio

32-8

173

24

15

RV

Mount Vernon Nazarene (OH)

22-6

130

25

37

22

Mobile (AL)

30-14

120

9

 

 

British Columbia

24-11

 

18

 

 

Vanguard (CA)

34-13

 

20

 

 

Concordia-Portland (OR)

22-19

 

21

 

 

York (NE)

32-14

 

24

 

 

Bryan (TN)

35-13

 

25

 

 

Cal State San Marcos

33-12

 

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 09:44

Top 25 and recap for April 7

NAIA coaches' poll for April 7, 2015, with Boyd Nation's ISR. Recaps below.

RANK

ISR

PRVS

SCHOOL

2015
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

10

1

Faulkner (AL)

35-7

559

2

4

3

Davenport (MI)

31-2

538

3

5

4

Northwood (FL)

34-7

520

4

18

5

Oklahoma City

30-8

496

5

26

6

Georgia Gwinnett

35-7

488

6

1

9

The Master's (CA)

34-7

469

7

3

8

Oklahoma Baptist

33-4

467

T8

16

10

Oklahoma Wesleyan

32-7

423

T8

13

2

Tabor (KS)

34-7

423

10

12

10

Tennessee Wesleyan

29-8

394

11

24

7

Missouri Baptist

27-6

367

12

6

12

Westmont (CA)

31-8

365

13

9

14

Bellevue (NE)

31-7

356

14

15

15

Auburn-Montgomery (AL)

29-11

336

15

40

T16

LSU Shreveport (LA)

27-9

283

16

11

18

Campbellsville (KY)

20-5

282

17

17

19

Embry-Riddle (FL)

27-13

261

18

8

T16

Concordia-Irvine (CA)

33-11

251

19

2

13

Lewis-Clark State (ID)

27-9

240

20

25

24

Sterling (KS)

28-11

215

21

38

21

Point Park (PA)

24-5

208

22

30

22

Mobile (AL)

28-11

197

23

33

20

St. Thomas (FL.)

30-12

157

24

23

23

Northwestern Ohio

27-7

145

25

37

RV

Peru State (NE)

25-8

108

 

7

 

British Columbia

21-10

 

 

14

 

Concordia-Portland (OR)

18-10

 

 

19

 

Mount Vernon Nazarene (OH)

17-6

 

 

20

 

Vanguard (CA)

31-12

 

 

21

 

York (NE)

29-14

 

 

22

 

Lindsey Wilson (KY)

26-14

 

 

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