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Towson maintains #4 ranking in FCS poll

Posted on 16 September 2013 by WNST Staff


Tigers Own Second-Longest Winning Streak in FCS Football

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – For the second week in a row, the undefeated Towson University football team is ranked fourth in NCAA FCS football, according to the weekly poll which was announced by The Sports Network.

The Tigers’ number four national ranking continues to be the highest national ranking at the FCS level that they’ve ever received.

Towson was ranked 11th in the pre-season and moved up to fifth after a season-opening win at Connecticut. Back-to-back victories over Holy Cross and Delaware State enabled the Tigers to move up to fourth, ahead of Sam Houston State.

Their 49-7 victory over Delaware State extended the Tigers’ winning streak to seven games in a row. Towson closed out the 2012 season with four straight wins and has won their first three games in 2013.

Defending national champion North Dakota State (2-0) received 154 of a possible 156 first place votes to remain first in the nation. Eastern Washington (2-1) got the other two first place votes and is ranked second. Montana State (2-1) 1s ranked third, some 48 points ahead of Towson. Sam Houston State (2-1) is fifth, nearly 200 points behind the Tigers.

The Tigers, who have outscored their opponents by a 131-32 margin through three games, are sixth in the nation in scoring offense, averaging 43.7 points per game.

However, the Tiger defense is ranked near the top of FCS in all of the major categories. The Tigers are allowing 10.7 points per game, third in the nation behind Idaho State (8.3) and Bethune-Cookman.

The Towson defense leads FCS in red-zone defense (.333) and the Tigers are fifth in the nation in rushing defense, allowing 71.0 yards per game. The Tigers are also sixth in total defense, giving up 267.3 yards per contest.

Towson is one of six Colonial Athletic Association teams ranked in the FCS Top 25. New Hampshire (1-1) is ranked 11th while Stony Brook (1-1) is 16th nationally. James Madison (2-1) is 17th this week while Villanova (0-2) is 20th. Richmond (1-2) fell to 23rd in the nation after losing to Gardner-Webb.

The Tigers, who have the program’s longest winning streak since 1984, will be seeking their eighth win in a row when they visit North Carolina Central on Saturday, September 21 at 2:00 p.m.

2013 FCS FOOTBALL RANKINGS – The Sports Network

1.       North Dakota State (154)                                2-0                3,898                   1

2.      Eastern Washington (2)                                   2-1                 3,462                   2

3.      Montana State                                                2-1                 3,460                   3

4.      Towson University                                          3-0                3,412                   4

5.      Sam Houston State                                         2-1                 3,235                   5

6.      South Dakota State                                         3-0                3,054                  6

7.      Northern Iowa                                                2-0                3,004                  7

8.      Eastern Illinois                                               3-0                2,778                   9

9.      Montana                                                         2-0                2,450                  11

10.     Wofford                                                          2-1                 2,365                   16

11.      New Hampshire                                              1-1                  2,273                   12

12.     McNeese State                                               3-0                2,134                   13

13.     Central Arkansas                                            1-2                 1,496                    8

14.     Georgia Southern                                            2-1                 1,420                   10

15.     Coastal Carolina                                             3-0                1,274                   21

16.     Stony Brook                                                   1-1                  1,201                    17

17.     James Madison                                               2-1                 1,186                    20

18.     Cal Poly                                                         1-2                 1,165                    14

19.     Bethune-Cookman                                          3-0                1,053                   23

20.    Villanova                                                       0-2                767                     19

21.     Fordham                                                        3-0                733                     NR

22.    Lehigh                                                           2-0                677                     22

23.    Richmond                                                       1-2                 653                     15

24.    Tennessee-Martin                                           2-1                 561                     NR

25.    Northern Arizona                                            1-1                  556                    25

Others receiving votes: Illinois State 493, Youngstown State 370, Samford 281, Maine 255, William & Mary 155, North Carolina A&T 118, Southern Utah 114, Delaware 113, Jacksonville State 111, Gardner-Webb 100, Chattanooga 85, Eastern Kentucky 29, Appalachian State 28, Southeastern Louisiana 24, Liberty 24, South Carolina State 22, Penn 21, South Dakota 19, Tennessee State 18, Harvard 18, Southern Illinois 10, Western Illinois 10, Murray State 5, Indiana State 4, Tennessee Tech 3, Northwestern State 2, Sacred Heart 1.

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Towson welcomes Delaware State for home opener Saturday

Posted on 13 September 2013 by WNST Staff


No. 4 Tigers Seeking Seventh Consecutive Victory

TOWSON, Md. – After opening their season with back-to-back wins, Coach Rob Ambrose and the fourth-ranked Towson University football team will make their home debut on Saturday evening, Sept. 14 against Delaware State University at 7:30 p.m. at Johnny Unitas® Stadium.

The Tigers, who are 2-0 on the season, will be facing a Delaware State team that opened its season with a loss at Delaware.

“It will be great to play a home game,” said Coach Ambrose. “Unitas Stadium is a great place to play and our players enjoy performing in front of our fans. Delaware State is extremely talented and athletic. Delaware State has a very rich football tradition. Delaware State may have one of the most explosive teams we will play this season.”

The Tigers, who earned their highest national ranking ever in FCS football, own the second-longest winning streak in NCAA FCS (six games). It is also the longest winning streak by a Tiger football team since 1996-97 when theTigers won six games in a row.

Towson and Delaware State are meeting for the 16th time in a series that began in 1980. However, the teams have not played since 1994. Towson owns a 9-6 series advantage.

Towson is hoping to extend its history of success in home openers. The Tigers are 34-10 in home openers and have won their last nine home openers. Coach Ambrose is 4-0 in his home openers with two wins over Coastal Carolina and a victory over Morgan State and a win over William & Mary.

The Tigers enter their home opener with an explosive offensive team and a defensive unit that has allowed only 25 points in two games.

Led by senior quarterback Peter Athens (Huntingtown H.S./Huntingtown, Md.), the Tiger offense is averaging 41.0 points and 459.0 yards per game. Athens has completed 30 of 43 passes for 424 yards with one interception and three touchdowns. He is 18th in NCAA FCS in pass efficiency after two games.

Junior running back Terrance West (Northwestern H.S./Baltimore, Md.), a strong candidate for the Walter Payton Award, is tied for third in the nation in rushing, averaging 141 yards per game. West, who is the third-leading rusher in school history, has scored four touchdowns in the first two games. In his career, West has scored 48 touchdowns in 23 games.

Led by senior linebacker Telvion Clark (Granby H.S./Norfolk, Va.), the Tiger defense has allowed only three touchdowns in two games. The Tigers have yet to allow a rushing touchdown.

Towson’s defense ranks first in NCAA FCS in red-zone defense and has allowed only 33 per cent of teams reaching the red zone to score. Clark leads the team with 20 tackles.

Overall, the Tiger defense is ranked 12th in the nation, allowing 276.5 total yards per game.

The Tigers, who play four of their first five games on the road, will be back on the road next week when they visit North Carolina Central.

TIGER TALES: Last season, the Tigers were ranked third in FCS football in time of possession at 34:02 … In their first two games, the Tigers have controlled the clock for 36:13 … Towson is ranked sixth in FCS football.

With seven first downs in eight tries in the first two games, the Tigers lead FCS in fourth downs made and attempted … The Tigers have converted seven consecutive fourth down attempts and they have scored four touchdowns on those plays.

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Towson looks for 2-0 start at Holy Cross Saturday

Posted on 07 September 2013 by WNST Staff

WORCESTER, Mass. - Hoping to extend their five-game winning streak, Coach Rob Ambrose and the fifth-ranked Tiger football team will travel to Holy Cross on Saturday afternoon to face the Crusaders at Fitton Field. Kickoff is set for 1:00 p.m.

The Tigers, who opened their season with an impressive 33-18 victory at Connecticut last week, have won their last five games dating back to last season. The Tigers finished off the 2012 season with four straight wins over Villanova, Delaware, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. The win over UConn extended the winning streak. Towson has the second-longest winning streak in FCS football, topped only by North Dakota State.

The Towson-Holy Cross game will be broadcast back to the Baltimore area on www.TowsonTigers.com withSpiro Morekas, Ron Meehan and Zach Maskavich describing the action.

Strangely enough, this will be the third consecutive game that the Tigers will play in New England. They closed out the 2012 with a 64-35 win at New Hampshire and they opened the 2013 campaign with a win at UConn.

The Tigers, who have their highest-ever FCS national ranking this week, will be facing Holy Cross for the eighth time. The teams met seven times from 1997 to 2003 when both schools were members of the Patriot League. Towson owns a 4-3 series lead and won the last two contests between the schools. Holy Cross has a 2-1 record against Towson at Fitton Field.

“Holy Cross is a good football team,” says Towson Coach Rob Ambrose. “They are very good on offense and they can pile up a lot of yardage and a lot of points when they are clicking.”

The Tigers, who were ranked 11th in the nation prior to their win at Connecticut, were led by junior running backTerrance West and senior running back Sterlin Phifer in the win at UConn. Both West and Phifer scored two touchdowns in the win.

West, who was named as the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week for the fourth time in his career, ran for 156 yards on 36 carries and scored touchdowns on a five-yard run and a six-yard run. Phifer, who transferred from Boston College prior to the 2011 season, caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from senior quarterback Peter Athens and scored on a five-yard TD run at UConn. Phifer ran for 39 yards on eight carries against the Huskies.

West enters this week’s game with 2,496 rushing yards in his career. He has scored 46 touchdowns in 22 career games and will tie Jason Corle’s career record when he scores his next touchdown.

In the win over UConn, the Tigers’ defensive unit played very well, holding the Huskies to 287 yards of total offense, including 81 rushing yards. Senior linebacker Telvion Clark led the Tigers with a career high 13 tackles. He also recorded one of the Tigers’ five sacks in the win.

Sophomore linebacker Bryton Barr had eight tackles, including 1.5 tackles for lost yardage. Sophomore defensive tackle Jon Desir had four tackles in the first start of his career. He also came up with one of the biggest plays of the game when he tipped a screen pass into the air and intercepted at the UConn 29-yard line. That play set up Phifer’s five-yard touchdown run which put the Tigers ahead to stay in the second quarter.

Playing in his first game as a Tiger, junior defensive end Ryan Delaire (made three tackles and had 1.5 sacks. Delaire is a transfer from the University of Massachusetts.

Delaire is one of two transfer students from UMass on the Tiger roster. Junior Brian Dowling  had an important 45-yard reception in the win over UConn.

Next week, the Tigers return home to host Delaware State on Sept. 14 at 7:30 p.m.

TIGER TALES: Towson was one of seven FCS programs to post a victory over an FBS team on the first weekend of the college football season … North Dakota State, Northern Iowa, Eastern Washington, Southern Utah, McNeese State and Eastern Illinois also pulled off upsets.

When the Tigers beat Connecticut, it marked the 30th time that a CAA school had beaten an FBC program … CAA schools are responsible for some of the most surprising FBS/FCS upsets … In 2006, New Hampshire beat Northwestern (34-17) … In 2010, James Madison upset Virginia Tech (21-16).

Last season, the Tigers were ranked third in FCS football in time of possession at 34:02 … In their season opener, the Tigers continued that trend as they controlled the clock for 36:23 … That ranks seventh in FCS football.

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Ambrose says no such thing as “easy” win over FBS opponent

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Ambrose says no such thing as “easy” win over FBS opponent

Posted on 30 August 2013 by WNST Audio

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Athens leads first practice after being named Towson starting QB

Posted on 23 August 2013 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - Only six days before the Tigers’ season opener at the University of Connecticut, fifth-year senior quarterback Peter Athens took control of the team’s offense at their Friday afternoon workout.

Athens, who started six games as a first-year freshman in 2009, was named as the team’s starting quarterback by Coach Rob Ambrose on Thursday afternoon. He had been engaged in a competition with sophomore Connor Frazier since the start of the pre-season.

“Pete earned the starting job because of his experience,” said Coach Ambrose. “We liked the way he took leadership of the offense and got the players to follow. He is an extremely good passer and we are confident he will do a great job.”

Athens calls the opportunity “a blessing.”

He added, “I am so grateful for this opportunity. Connor and I had a great competition for the last two weeks and we really pushed each other. We are great friends and he’s a good quarterback. He will get his chance.”

The Tigers will return to the practice field on Saturday night for a 7:15 practice under the lights at Unitas Stadium.

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Towson votes five football co-captains

Posted on 22 August 2013 by WNST Staff


Three Offensive Linemen Highlight Tiger Captains

TOWSON, Md. – Seniors Anthony Davis (Clover Hill H.S./Richmond, Va.), Monte Gaddis (Cleveland Central H.S./Cleveland, Ohio), Eric Pike (DuVal H.S./Landover, Md.) and Doug Shaw (Loyola Blakefield H.S./Woodbine, Md.) join sophomore Bryton Barr (Mechanicsburg Area H.S./Camp Hill, Pa.) as the captains of the 2013 Towson University football team, it has been announced by Coach Rob Ambrose.

For Pike and Shaw, this marks their second season as Tiger co-captains. Pike was one of the Tiger co-captains in 2011 while Shaw was a co-captain last season.

A two-year starter at left guard for the Tigers, Davis is a 6-3, 300-pound veteran. In his career, he has also seen playing time at offensive center. He has appeared in 29 games in his career with 20 starts.

A second-year starter at inside linebacker, Gaddis was named to the 2013 Pre-Season All-Colonial Athletic Association team. As a junior, he earned second team All-CAA notice when he made 74 tackles in 10 games. A second team All-American selection by College Sports Madness, Gaddis led the Tigers with 12 tackles for lost yardage. He also tied for the team lead with five quarterback sacks.

A starter at left tackle in all 34 games of his career, the 6-5, 298-pound Pike earned All-CAA first team honors as junior and third team notice as a sophomore. One of the top tackles ever to play for Towson, Pike was named to the 2013 Pre-Season All-American second team by The Sports Network.

Shaw, who was one of the Tiger co-captains last season along with Grant Enders and Jordan Dangerfield, is a two-year starter at center. A 6-1, 265-pound lineman, he was named second team All-CAA in 2012. Shaw has started 28 of the Tigers’ last 29 games.

Only the second sophomore ever to be named as a Tiger co-captain, Barr had a remarkable season for the Tigers as a first-year freshman. A 6-0, 220-pound outside linebacker, he started all 11 games and finished second on the team with 74 tackles. He also had five tackles for lost yardage and recorded two sacks. Barr led the Tigers with two fumble recoveries.

The Tigers, who have won back-to-back CAA championships, open their season at the University of Connecticut onThursday, August 29 at 7:30 p.m.

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Towson QB’s solid in final preseason scrimmage

Posted on 21 August 2013 by WNST Staff


Athens, Frazier Continue To Compete For Starting Quarterback Job

TOWSON, Md. – With eight days remaining before the season opener at the University of Connecticut, the Tigers held their final scrimmage of the pre-season on Wednesday afternoon.

Coach Rob Ambrose guided his team through a 74-play scrimmage that featured some solid performances by the offense and some solid efforts by the defense. In addition, the team spent a lot of team on special teams play as well as situational offensive formations.

“This was a really good situational scrimmage for us,” said Coach Ambrose. “We did a lot of special teams work and ran our two-minute offense as well as red zone plays.

“I thought our first team offense and our first team defense looked sharp,” he added. “We aren’t ready to win a game yet but we will be ready by next Thursday.”

Senior Peter Athens and sophomore Connor Frazier turned in strong showings in their competition for the starting quarterback job.

On the first possession of the game, Athens drove the Tigers 75 yards in five plays for a very quick touchdown. On the drive, he completed all three pass attempts for 48 yards. He also capped off the drive with a 19-yard touchdown pass to junior Spencer Wilkins.

With Frazier at the controls, the Tiger offense scored on the third possession of the game. Frazier directed a 74-yard, nine-play march in which he completed all four pass attempts for 49 yards. Senior Sterlin Phifer capped off the drive with a one-yard touchdown run.

Senior wide receiver Leon Kinnard provided the biggest play of the drive when he made an acrobatic catch for a 35-yard gain to the defense’s 22-yard line.

Athens finished the scrimmage by completing six of nine passes for 70 yards and a touchdown. Frazier was also impressive a s he completed 12 passes in 16 attempts for 128 yards.

The Tigers will have a day off on Thursday before they start final preparations for the season opener next Thursday night.

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Towson begins preparation for opener at UConn

Posted on 19 August 2013 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. - On Monday afternoon, Coach Rob Ambrose began practice with a history lesson.

He told his players that the Tigers had not beaten an FBS opponent.

“In every one of those games, we were beaten by the ‘wow’ factor,” he said. “It was a shock for us because we were playing a team with 85 scholarship players. As a result, we fell behind early and we couldn’t catch up.

“Today we are starting preparations for UConn,” he said. “We are not going to be intimidated. We are not going to be shocked.”

The Tigers, who dropped a 41-21 decision at Kent State in last year’s opener, have also lost games to Navy, Northwestern, Indiana, Maryland and Louisana State since 2008. Ambrose has been the Tigers’ coach for all but one of those games.

“Today we started to get into a UConn mentality,” Coach Ambrose explained after practice. “We had a really good tempo and the effort was excellent. If we can continue that kind of focus, we will be OK.”

The Tigers, who visit Connecticut on August 29, are facing a UConn team which posted a 5-7 record last year. Coach Paul Pasqualoni is starting his third season as the coach of the Huskies. He replaced Randy Edsall as UConn’s coach when Edsall took the job at Maryland.

The Tigers return to practice on Tuesday afternoon.

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Towson shows improvement during second preseason scrimmage

Posted on 17 August 2013 by WNST Staff

Derrick Joseph Has Productive Performance

 With just 12 days remaining before the season opener at the University of Connecticut, the Towson University football team held its second scrimmage of the pre-season as they ran about 120 plays and went for more than two hours at Johnny Unitas® Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

At the end of the scrimmage, it was obvious that junior Derrick Joseph had improved his status on the team.

Joseph, a reserve wide receiver and an explosive kick return specialist during the last two years, took the opening kickoff of the scrimmage and returned it 92 yards for a touchdown. Then, he excelled at wide receiver, a spot where he is competing for playing time.

On the third possession of the scrimmage, he scored the first offensive touchdown of the game when he caught a 10-yard swing pass from Connor Frazier and avoided two tacklers on his way to the end zone. Later in the scrimmage, Joseph capped off a 55-yard, four-play touchdown drive by catching a 43-yard TD pass from senior quarterback Peter Athens.

He finished the scrimmage with four receptions for 81 yards and two touchdowns.

“Derrick is having one of the best pre-seasons of anyone I’ve had in my four years as the head coach,” said Towson Coach Rob Ambrose. “We are excited about the impact he can have with our team. He deserves a lot of credit because he has committed himself to being a complete football player.”

However, Coach Ambrose has still not decided who will be the Tigers’ starting quarterback when they open the season. Frazier and Athens appear to be the top two contenders for the spot.

“I’ve said all along that our starting quarterback will be the one who consistently outperforms the others,” he said. “We are looking for someone who does well in all phases of the game, efficiency, passing, running and directing the offense. Both Connor and Pete made some really nice plays today and they are getting better.”

Athens completed 11 of 15 passes for 173 yards and threw a pair of TD passes. In addition to his 43-yard TD pass to Joseph, he threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to junior Brian Dowling, a transfer from the University of Massachusetts. Frazier, who ran the ball well, completed five of six passes for 36 yards and a touchdown.

Coach Ambrose was especially pleased with the way the defense is playing. He said, “With the guys we have up front, we are a stout unit and we can do a good job stopping the other team’s running game. Arnold Farmer and Jon Desir do a great job closing off the gaps.”

With 12 days before the season opener, Ambrose admits “We aren’t there yet but we are getting better. The improvements are incremental but we are going in the right direction.”

After taking Sunday off, the Tigers will return to their two-a-day practice schedule on Monday.

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Towson ranked 11th in FCS preseason poll

Posted on 15 August 2013 by WNST Staff

Tigers Ranked In Top Ten By Two Other Publications

TOWSON, Md. – Coming off back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association championship seasons, the Towson University football team has been ranked 11th in the in the NCAA FCS Pre-Season Top 25 by The Sports Network.

The Tigers, who have been ranked among the NCAA FCS Top 25 by The Sports Network for 27 consecutive weeks, finished the 2012 season as the 17th-ranked team in the nation. The Tigers, who finished the season with a four-game winning streak, earned a share of the CAA championship with a 6-2 record.

Despite closing out the regular season with impressive wins over Villanova, Delaware, Rhode Island and New Hampshire, the Tigers did not earn a berth in the NCAA FCS Playoffs.

One of six CAA schools listed in The Sports Network’s poll, Towson has a veteran team. Coach Rob Ambrose enters his fifth season with a squad that returns eight starters on offense and seven starters on defense.

Senior tackles Eric Pike (Duval H.S./Lanham, Md.) and Randall Harris (DuVal H.S./Landover, Md.) return to lead the Tigers’ offensive line. Junior running back Terrance West (Northwestern H.S./Baltimore, Md.) also returns after rushing for 2,340 yards with 44 touchdowns in his first two seasons. He was named first team All-CAA as a freshman and sophomore and also earned All-American honors twice.

Senior linebacker Monte Gaddis (Cleveland Central Catholic H.S./Cleveland, Ohio) returns to lead the Tiger defense, along with senior cornerback Jordan Love (Deep Run H.S./Washington, D.C.) and junior cornerbackTye Smith (Wakefield H.S./Raleigh, N.C.).

Last season, the Tigers had the top-ranked defense in the CAA.

The Tigers were also selected among the Top 25 in pre-season rankings by Athlon College Football Magazine, Lindy’s College Football Magazine and The Sporting News College Football Magazine.

Towson was ranked eighth by Athlon College Football Magazine and Lindy’s College Football MagazineThe Sporting News College Football Magazine ranked Towson 13th in the nation in the pre-season.

Defending national champion North Dakota State (14-1) was ranked as the number one team in FCS in all four polls. Georgia Southern (10-4), Montana State (11-2) and Eastern Washington (11-3) also received pre-season accolades as the top teams in FCS football.

In the Athlon College Football Magazine pre-season poll, Towson was ranked behind North Dakota State, Montana State, Georgia Southern, Sam Houston State, Villanova, Appalachian State and Eastern Washington. In addition to Villanova and Towson, four other Colonial Athletic Association teams were ranked in the Top 25 by Athlon. No. 11 New Hampshire (8-4), No. 12 Richmond (8-3), No. 17 James Madison (7-4) and No. 22 Delaware (5-6) were also ranked.

No. 8 Towson was ranked behind North Dakota State, Georgia Southern, Montana State, South Dakota State, Wofford, Eastern Washington and Central Arkansas in Lindy’s College Football Magazine. Villanova was ninth while No. 11 New Hampshire, Mo. 14 Stony Brook (10-3) and No. 21 Richmond (8-3) were also ranked.

Towson was one of five CAA teams ranked in The Sporting News College Football Magazine’s Top 25.

The Tigers enter the 2013 season with the fourth-longest winning streak in FCS football. North Dakota State has won nine straight games while Arkansas-Pine Bluff has a seven-game winning streak. San Diego has won six straight contests while Towson, Richmond and North Carolina A&T have each won four consecutive games.

The Tigers will open the 2013 season on Thursday, August 29 at Connecticut.

The Sports Network 2013 FCS Pre-Season Poll

Team (First-place votes)                                 2012 Record          Points      Previous Rank

1.          North Dakota State Bison (127)               14-1                         3340         1

2.         Montana State Bobcats (1)                      11-2                         3079                     5

3.         Sam Houston State Bearkats (5)             11-4                         2941          2

4.         Eastern Washington Eagles                     11-3                         2873                     4

5.         Villanova Wildcats                                 8-4                         2334         15

6.         South Dakota State Jackrabbits              9-4                         2268         14

7.         Central Arkansas Bears                          9-3                         2244         10

8.         Wofford Terriers                                    9-4                         2089         7

9.         Georgia Southern Eagles (1)                    10-4                        2002         3

10.        New Hampshire Wildcats                       8-4                         1920          13

11.         Towson Tigers                                     7-4                         1871          17

12.        Appalachian State Mountaineers             8-4                         1696          9

13.        Illinois State Redbirds                            9-4                         1657          8

14.        Cal Poly Mustangs                                 9-3                         1646          12

15.        Richmond Spiders                                  8-3                         1384          18

16.        Stony Brook Seawolves                          10-3                        1178           11

17.        Northern Iowa Panthers                         5-6                         1106           NR

18.        Northern Arizona Lumberjacks               8-3                         988           20

19.        James Madison Dukes                            7-4                         964           19

20.       Montana Grizzlies                                  5-6                         813            NR

21.        Eastern Illinois Panthers                        7-5                         686           NR

22.       Lehigh Mountain Hawks                         10-1                         587           16

23.       Bethune-Cookman Wildcats                    9-3                         514            22

24.       Chattanooga Mocs                                 6-5                         505           NR

25.       Coastal Carolina Chanticleers                8-5                         489           24\

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