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Junior College Rankings Breakdown

01/30/2013, 12:30pm EST
By Brad Winton, JuCo Recruiting

The latest junior college rankings have been released for NJCAA D1, D2, D3 and California JC’s (CCCAA). The NWAACC (Washington/Oregon) has not released an updated poll lately. Here is a breakdown of those rankings. Each set of rankings can be seen below in full.

There are still seven undefeated teams left in all of junior college basketball. Those teams are Hutchinson CC (NJCAA D1), Vincennes (NJCAA D1), Spartanburg Methodist (NJCAA D1), Louisburg (NJCAA D2), Beaver County (NJCAA D2), Brookdale College (NJCAA D3), and City College of San Francisco (CCCAA).

The top three teams in the NJCAA D1 poll remained the same. Hutchinson CC (22-0) is number one again, Vincennes (20-0) is still sitting at number two and Spartanburg Methodist (21-0) stayed at number three. Coffeyville (19-1/#4) and Iowa Western (22-1/#5) round out the top five. The College of Central Florida made the biggest jump this week going from #17 to #7. Palm Beach State dropped from #5 to #14, which was one of the biggest drops for a team that is still in the top 25, this was after winning all three games since the last poll. Make sense? Yeah, I don’t get it either. A very talented Indian Hills team, who is sitting on spot out of the top 5 at #6, has been playing very well lately and is looking to make a run into the national tournament.

Louisburg (NC), who is now 20-0, is still sitting in the top spot in the latest NJCAA D2 poll. Defending D2 national champ Mott CC (MI) is sitting at number 2 at 18-1. Beaver County CC, the only other undefeated team at the NJCAA D2 level, checks in at number 3 again this week.

Brookdale CC is the only undefeated team at the NJCAA D3 level and they hold down the top spot again this week.

On the west coast, City College of San Francisco is the only undefeated team in the state. They are led by Delon Wright who is headed to the University of Utah. They are ranked number one in the latest CCCAA (California Community College Athletic Association) poll and have a big game on Friday against #3 Foothills College. Saddleback (#2), Mt. San Antonio (#4) and Santa Rosa (#5) round out the top 5.

Here are the latest rankings in their entirety:

NJCAA D1 Top 25 from www.njcaa.org

1 Hutchinson Community College 21-0
2 Vincennes University 20-0
3 Spartanburg Methodist College 21-0
4 Coffeyville Community College 19-1
5 Iowa Western Community College 22-1
6 Indian Hills Community College-Ottumwa 21-2
7 College of Central Florida 22-2
8 New Mexico Junior College 19-2
9 Chipola College 21-2
10 North Idaho College 21-3
11 Northwest Florida State College 19-2
12 Hagerstown Community College 20-2
13 East Georgia State College 18-1
14 Palm Beach State College 23-1
15 Salt Lake Community College 19-3
16 Howard College 18-3
17 Central Arizona College 19-3
18 Kilgore College 18-3
19 Barton Community College 18-3
20 Chattahoochee Technical College 19-3
21 Pearl River Community College 14-2
22 Connors State College 16-4
23 Arizona Western College 18-4
24 Cochise College 19-3
25 Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa 19-3

NJCAA D2 Rankings via njcaa.org

1 Louisburg College 20-0
2 Mott Community College 18-1
3 Community College of Beaver County 17-0
4 Glen Oaks Community College 17-1
5 Monroe Community College 18-2
6 South Suburban College 19-2
7 Rend Lake College 14-2
8 Brown Mackie College 18-3
9 Iowa Lakes Community College 14-4
10 Essex County College 17-3
11 Danville Area Community College 18-3
12 Lakeland Community College 14-4
13 Moraine Valley Community College 17-4
14 Erie Community College 15-3
15 Oakland Community College 13-4
16 North Arkansas College 15-3
17 Wake Technical Community College 14-5
18 Ellsworth Community College 13-6
19 Dakota County Technical College 14-7
20 Phoenix College 13-9

NJCAA D3 Rankings

1 Brookdale Community College 21-0
2 Vermilion Community College 19-1
3 Eastfield College 21-2
4 Sullivan County Community College 18-2
5 Roxbury Community College 14-2
6 Sandhills Community College 18-3
7 Herkimer County Community College 17-3
8 Hostos Community College 17-2
9 SUNY-Delhi 21-2
10 Rochester Community and Technical College 16-3

CCCAA Top 20 (California JC’s)

1. San Francisco
2. Saddleback
3. Foothill
4. Mt. San Antonio
5. Santa Rosa
6. Ohlone
7. Sierra
8. Riverside
9. Chaffey
10. Los Angeles Pierce
11. Lassen
12. Fresno City
13. East Los Angeles
(tie) Antelope Valley
15. Yuba
16. Canyons
17. Ventura
18. Sequoias
19. San Joaquin Delta
20. Palomar

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