In the Week 6 Power Rankings, the top five were shaken up with North Georgia coming out as the new No. 1. 

*Note: These power rankings are not affiliated with the NCAA selection committee and teams are ranked at the sole discretion of the writer.

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North Georgia

44-10 It's making its 10th-straight appearance in the regionals of the Division II Softball Championship. 2
2

Harding

54-6 The team enters the Central Regional on a nine-game winning streak. 4
3

West Texas A&M

42-9 Since 2011, West Texas is 197-30 at Schaeffer Park, which is the site of a South Central regional. 5
4

Minnesota State

54-6 It enters the Central Regional on a team-record 24-game winning streak. 3
5

Angelo State

52-5 The team had its 16-game winning streak snapped with a 2-1 loss to West Texas. 1
6

West Virginia Wesleyan

44-7 It won the MEC championship and were the winners of 19 of its last 20 games. 6
7

Central Oklahoma

47-9 The Bronchos are making their sixth-straight appearance in the regionals of the Division II Softball Championship. 7
8

Colorado Mesa

46-6 The team rides into the Division II Softball Championship on an eight-game winning streak. 8
9

Humboldt State

38-13 Last year’s national runner-up earned the No. 2 seed in the West Regional. 13
10

West Florida

40-13 For the first time since 1998, the team will play host to a regional tournament. 16
11

Carson-Newman

43-11 The program earned its 13th appearance in the Division II Softball Tournament. 14
12

Cal State Monterey Bay 

43-11 It lost 2-1 in eight innings to Humboldt in the CCAA Tournament. 10
13

Pfeiffer

44-6 It had a great regular season, but it will be tested as a No. 7 seed in Southeast Regional. 9
14

West Chester

44-10 It earned the No. 1 seed in the Atlantic Regional. NR
15

Adelphi

35-13-1 It won its first NE10 title in four years. NR
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Alabama-Huntsville

41-15 The team is making its 15th-straight appearance in Division II Softball Championship tournament. NR