October 18, 2011

Cobra Men Jump to No. 7 in the NSCAA National Poll

HARTSVILLE, S.C. – The Coker College men’s soccer team has received a No. 7 national ranking according to this week’s National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll. This is the highest national ranking of any men’s soccer team in Coker’s history.

In addition to the No. 7 national ranking the Cobras are ranked No. 1 in the Southeast region, another program first. Other Conference Carolinas schools that are ranked in the Southeast Region include Lees-McRae at No. 6, Barton College at No. 8 and Limestone College at No. 10.

The Cobras will be back in action on Wednesday when they travel to Wilson, N.C. to face the Barton Bulldogs in a Conference Carolinas match at 7p.m.

NCAA Rankings  National  Men
Division II  7th Poll  - October 18, 2011 


  Rank  

School

  Prev.  

  W-L-T  

1

Simon Fraser (B.C.) 

 2 

   11 -  0 -  0  

2

Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 

 6 

   12 -  0 -  1  

3

Fort Lewis (Colo.) 

 1 

   14 -  1 -  0  

4

Incarnate Word (Texas) 

 5 

   10 -  1 -  1  

5

C.W. Post (N.Y.) 

 3 

   12 -  0 -  1  

6

Northern Kentucky 

 7 

   12 -  2 -  0  

7

Coker (S.C.) 

 11 

   12 -  1 -  0  

8

Rollins (Fla.) 

 4 

   10 -  2 -  0  

9

California (Pa.) 

 8 

   9 -  1 -  4  

10

Anderson (S.C.) 

 9 

   11 -  2 -  0  

11

Barry (Fla.) 

 12 

   9 -  1 -  3  

12

Rockhurst (Mo.) 

 10 

   10 -  2 -  1  

13

Midwestern State (Texas) 

 22 

   9 -  3 -  0  

14

Southern New Hampshire 

 16 

   11 -  2 -  0  

15

Mercyhurst (Pa.) 

 13 

   10 -  4 -  0  

16

Cal State Dominguez Hills 

 NR 

   10 -  3 -  1  

17

Flagler (Fla.) 

 RV 

   10 -  3 -  1  

18

Texas A&M International 

 13 

   7 -  2 -  2  

19

Metro State (Colo.) 

 18 

   9 -  5 -  1  

20

Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 

 17 

   9 -  2 -  2  

21

Christian Brothers (Tenn.) 

 RV 

   11 -  3 -  0  

22

Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) 

 NR 

   7 -  2 -  2  

23

Colorado Mines 

 23 

   9 -  4 -  1  

23

Davis & Elkins (W. Va.) 

 NR 

   8 -  4 -  1  

25

West Florida 

 20 

   8 -  3 -  2  

 

Also receiving votes: Grand Canyon (Ariz.), St. Thomas Aquinas (N.Y.), Mars Hill (N.C.), Fort Hays State (Kan.), Lynn (Fla.), Regis (Colo.)

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