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David Boyce | NCAA.com | January 25, 2017

Division II men's basketball power rankings: Week 3

  The Falcons remain undefeated and at the top of our DII power rankings.

Fairmont State still holds the top spot in Week 3 of NCAA DII men's basketball power rankings.

RELATED: NABC Coaches Poll

Rank Team Record Comments
1


Fairmont State

16-0 The Falcons made 14 3-pointers in their last win.
2
Queens (N.C.)
16-0 The Royals improved to 10 in the SAC.
3
Northwest Mo. St.
16-0 NWMSU set the conference record with its 20th straight regular-season win.
4
West Liberty
15-1 The Hilltoppers scored 125 points in their last win.
5
Barry
14-1 Buccaneers senior Arie Williams went over 200-career made 3-pointers.
6
California Baptist
16-1 The Lancers are currently riding an eight-game winning streak.
7
Wheeling Jesuit
15-1 Wheeling Jesuit is coming off an 88-81 OT victory for its 10th straight win.
8
Shippensburg
15-0 Shippensburg junior Dustin Sleva broke the 1,000 career points mark during the team's last win.
9
Hawaii Pacific
17-1 Since losing to California Baptist on Jan. 3, the Sharks have won five straight games by double-digits.
10
Southern Indiana
16-1 Southern Indiana suffered its fist loss of the season on Monday, falling to Bellarmine.
11
Tarleton State
15-2 Tarleton State scored a season-high 111 points in its last win.
12
West Texas A&M
18-2 West Texas A&M will play Tarleton State on Thursday.
13
Indiana (Pa.)
15-2 Indiana (Pa.) has won six straight games since its overtime loss to Fairmont.
14
Kutztown
13-2 Kutztown picked up a 3-point OT win on the road in its last game.
15
Arkansas-Monticello
13-0 Arkansas-Monticello is having a major turnaround from last season's 8-20 record.
16
Kentucky Wesleyan
14-2 Kentucky Wesleyan is on a 12-game winning streak since its 2-2 start.

Note: Rankings reflect games through Jan. 17. 

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