KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Georgia Southwestern State University men's basketball team received a vote in the latest National Association of Basketball Coaches/NCAA Division II poll released Tuesday afternoon.
GSW has a 2-0 record after picking up wins at Albany State (Nov. 15) and against Fort Valley State (Nov. 21).
The Hurricanes are one of two Peach Belt Conference schools currently receiving at least a vote in the poll. Francis Marion (4-0) also garnered one vote.
GSW has spent 13 weeks ranked in the Top 25 since joining the NCAA in 2006-07, with the last time coming Jan. 7, 2014, when the Hurricanes earned the No. 18 spot.
The Hurricanes are back in action Saturday with a 7:30 p.m. contest in the Storm Dome against USC Aiken.
NABC/Division II Rankings
(Nov. 28, 2017 – Poll #2)
|1.||Northwest Missouri St. (15)||6-0||398||1|
|2.||Queens, N.C. (1)||5-0||376||2|
|4.||Lincoln Memorial, Tenn.||5-0||354||4|
|5.||Ferris State, Mich.||8-0||338||5|
|6.||Colorado School of Mines||6-0||302||6|
|7.||West Liberty, W.Va.||5-0||282||9|
|8.||West Texas A&M||6-0||277||10|
|9.||Wheeling Jesuit, W.Va.||5-0||252||11|
|10.||Christian Brothers, Tenn.||5-0||239||12|
|15.||Valdosta State, Ga.||6-0||170||20|
|16.||Chico State, Calif.||4-1||162||16|
|17.||Le Moyne, N.Y.||6-1||107||13|
|19.||Fort Lewis, Colo.||3-1||85||23|
|21.||Northern State, S.D.||6-1||80||25|
|25.||Dallas Baptist, Texas||6-0||29||NR|
Others receiving votes: Findlay (Ohio) 27, Bridgeport
(Conn.) 19, Southern New Hampshire 19, ArkansasMonticello
15, Lake Superior State (Mich.) 14, Virginia State
11, Regis (Colo.) 10, Shippensburg (Pa.) 10, Fairmont State
(W.Va.) 8, Saint Martin's (Wash.) 8, Cal State San Marcos 7,
Indianapolis (Ind.) 7, St. Thomas Aquinas (N.Y.) 7, Alabama
Huntsville 5, Central Missouri 5, Ashland (Ohio) 4, Clark
Atlanta (Ga.) 4, Chaminade (Hawaii) 3, Northwestern
Oklahoma State 2, Angelo State (Texas) 1, Francis Marion
(S.C.) 1, Georgia Southwestern 1, Minot State (N.D.) 1,
William Jewell (Mo.) 1.
Dropped out: Findlay (18), Shippensburg (19), St. Thomas
Aquinas (22), Merrimack (24).
Records are through games of Nov. 26, 2017