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David Boyce | NCAA.com | April 29, 2016

DII Baseball: Week 4 power rankings

  St. Cloud State has moved up to the No. 2 slot in NCAA.com's latest power rankings.

Every week, NCAA.com brings you the DII baseball power rankings. Here are this week's rankings with records through April 28.

Rank Team Rec Comments LW
1 Millersville 39-4 Only loss in last 17 games was 2-1 at Shippensburg in 10 innings. 1
2 St. Cloud State 32-4 Senior Reese Gregory is hitting .451 with 13 HRs and 15 doubles. 5
3 Tampa 33-7 Won two of three games from No. 14 Florida Southern. 2
4 Franklin Pierce 36-4 Outscored opponents 79-11 during eight-game win streak. 4
5 S. New Hampshire 37-4 Nine-game winning streak snapped on Wednesday with loss to Franklin Pierce. 3
6 Colorado Mesa 37-7 Leads the RMAC Mountain Division with a 27-4 record. 6
7 California Baptist 34-9 Needs to win four of its final seven games to clinch PacWest regular season title. 7
8 Minnesota Duluth 29-9 On 14-game winning streak; first in NSIC, ahead of Augustana and St. Cloud St. NR
9 Columbus State 37-10 On 15-game win streak; last loss was March 26 at Flagler. 11
10 St. Edwards 34-10 Won its last three games by combined score of 36-6. 10
11 Lander 35-12 Haven’t played in a week; next game is May 4. 14
12 Quincy 30-10 Ryan Snyder's 17 home runs breaks school record of 16 set in '04 by Kevin Sewell. 8
13 Dixie State 35-11 Finished home schedule with 24-6, second-best home record in Division II era. 9
14 East Stroudsburg 34-11 Tied a school record for wins with five regular season games left. 15
15 West Florida 32-13 Has won 18 of last 20, best 20-game span since 2011 when it won 22 straight. NR
16 Augustana 29-11 Eight-game win streak snapped but won half of doubleheader against Minn. Crookston. NR

 

 

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