2 Dakotas Schools Move Up in NAIA Football Poll
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Two schools in the Dakotas have moved up in the NAIA football coaches’ poll.
Dakota Wesleyan in South Dakota has moved up from 22nd to 19th this week, after a 24-13 win over Briar Cliff on Saturday. Valley City State in North Dakota is up one spot to 20th, after a 41-31 win over Dakota State.
There is no change in the top five spots in the poll this week. Saint Xavier of Illinois remains No. 1, followed by Marian of Indiana, Georgetown of Kentucky, Morningside of Iowa and Missouri Valley of Missouri.
|RANK||LAST TIME||SCHOOL (1ST PLACE VOTES)||TOTAL POINTS|
|1||1||Saint Xavier (Ill.) (14)||314|
|7||7||William Penn (Iowa)||242|
|10||9||St. Ambrose (Iowa)||199|
|12||11||Saint Francis (Ind.)||186|
|13||13||MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.)||180|
|15||15||Grand View (Iowa)||143|
|18||17||St. Francis (Ill.)||103|
|19||22||Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.)||87|
|20||21||Valley City State (N.D.)||70|
|22||19||Rocky Mountain (Mont.)||66|
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