LIU Post swept all 15 first-place votes for a fourth consecutive week and Limestone remained at No. 2 as all 15 schools remained in the top-15.

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There was little movement in the poll as only two schools switched positions. The Northeast-10 continues to lead all conferences with five ranked teams, while the PSAC has three schools ranked in the poll and the ECC and Conference Carolinas each claimed two schools. The only change in the poll from last week included New Haven moving up one spot to No. 13 and Bentley sliding down one to No. 14.

The NE-10 has three schools in the top 10, starting with LeMoyne at No. 4. The Panthers of Adelphi sit right behind the Dolphins at No. 5, while Stonehill remained at No. 9. New Haven moved up to No. 13 and Bentley fell to No. 14.

Lock Haven leads the PSAC at No. 6, while West Chester sits right behind it at No. 7. IUP remained at No. 12.

Representing the ECC, LIU Post remained a consensus No. 1 and Dowling held fast at No. 11.

Limestone, from the Conference Carolinas, remained at No. 2, while Pfeiffer held steady at No. 8.

Lindenwood, from the WILA, narrowly remained in the poll at No. 15.

Independent programs Rollins andĀ Florida Southern claimed the final two spots at No. 3 and No. 10, respectively.