FHSU SPORTS INFORMATION DEPARTMENT

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Fort Hays State Men’s Soccer moved up five spots in the latest NSCAA Division II Top 25 Poll, released on Tuesday (Nov. 8). The Tigers are now ranked No. 16 after a stay at No. 21 last week.

Fort Hays State moved up in the rankings by defeating a then No. 12 ranked Lindenwood squad this past Sunday. Lindenwood dropped to No. 20 in the latest poll with the loss. The Tigers and Lions are the only teams from the MIAA and Central Region referenced in the poll.

Fort Hays State has this week off before facing Lindenwood next Friday in the Central Region Championship, part of the NCAA Tournament Super Regional being held in Hays. The Tigers are hosting the Super Regional portion of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. FHSU is making its fifth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament in the program’s sixth year of existence.

Below is the NSCAA Men’s Division II Top 25 Poll for November 8, 2016.

Rank School Prev. W-L-T
1 LIU Post 2 17-0-1
1 Wingate University 1 14-1-0
3 Simon Fraser University 3 14-1-2
4 University Of Charleston 4 16-2-1
5 Lynn University 5 14-1-2
6 Rockhurst University 6 15-2-1
7 Adelphi University 7 17-1-1
7 St. Edward’s University 13 17-2-1
9 Pfeiffer University 9 18-2-0
10 University of California-San Diego 10 14-2-2
11 Midwestern State University 8 16-2-1
12 Saginaw Valley State University 14 15-3-1
13 Urbana University 15 13-4-1
14 University Of Tampa RV 10-4-3
15 Colorado Mesa University 16 13-1-5
16 Fort Hays State University 21 13-4-1
17 Tusculum College NR 16-3-0
18 Palm Beach Atlantic University 11 11-4-1
19 Dixie State University RV 15-3-0
20 Lindenwood University 12 13-3-2
21 Mercyhurst University 24 15-4-1
22 Lander University 18 15-3-0
23 Tiffin University NR 13-4-2
24 Florida Tech 22 10-4-1
25 Regis University 23 14-3-1

Also receiving votes: Sonoma State University, Merrimack College, West Texas A&M University, Southern New Hampshire University, Le Moyne College, University Of Southern Indiana, Franklin Pierce University.

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