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David Boyce | | April 26, 2017

Mount Olive jumps into top spot in Week 4's power rankings

  Mount Olive finished the season on a 12-game winning streak to finish in the top spot of the power rankings.

In Week 4, Mount Olive took the top spot, swapping spots with former No. 1 Mercyhurst in the process. Chico State, Lubbock Christian and Minnesota State all saw impressive jumps as well to join the Top 10.

*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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Mount Olive

42-7 The team finished regular season on a 12-game winning streak.  3

North Georgia


This team has scored in double digits in three of last four games during its seven-game winning streak.



31-3 The team's 18-game winning streak that ended Saturday was the second-longest in program history. 1

Chico State

34-7 The team scored a 9-4 victory in front of the 1997 team that won the Division II national title. 8

Southern New Hampshire

29-7 In his last five outings, junior pitcher Andrew Lalonde is 3-0 with a 1.32 ERA. 6

Lubbock Christian

32-10 It increased its winning streak to six games. 9

Emporia State

35-9 It has only one loss in its last 10 games (a two-run loss). 5

Minnesota State

34-7 It picked up two straight one-run wins to increase winning streak to six games. 15

Delta State

35-10 It lost last two games by a total of four runs. 2

Colorado Mesa

34-8 The hottest team in Division II is on a 21-game winning streak. NR

Northwood (Mich.)

33-9 It is a perfect 8-0 at home this season. NR

Azusa Pacific

34-8 It rebounded last week to win three out of four.  14

West Chester

26-7 It won three out of four from Bloomsburg last week. 13


29-11 It is hitting .337 as a team with 56 home runs. 10

Felician (NJ)

27-10 It is a perfect 15-0 at home this season. NR

Florida Southern

30-10 It lost its last two games to Tampa, each by two runs. 12

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