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The AFCA Division III Coaches' Top 25 college football poll
Thursday, Sep 21, 2000
By Staff    


The AFCA Division III Coaches' Top 25 college football poll, with number of first-place votes, season record in parentheses total points and previous ranking:

(as of Tuesday, September 19)

1. Pacific Lutheran (32) (2-0)
2. Mount Union (13) (2-0)
3. Rowan (1) (2-0)
4. Trinity (Texas) (3-0)
5. Hardin-Simmons (Texas) (2-0)
6. Central (Iowa) (3-0)
7. Wittenberg (Ohio) (3-0)
8. St. John's (Minn.) (2-0)
9. Augustana (Ill.) (2-0)
10. Wartburg (Iowa) (3-0)
11. Washington & Jefferson (Pa.) (2-0)
12. Western Connecticut St (3-0)
13. John Carroll (Ohio) (2-0)
14. Wisconsin-Stout (2-0)
15. Millikin (Ill.) (2-0)
16. Ithaca (NY) (2-0)
17. Ohio Northern (1-1)
18. Western Maryland (2-1)
19. Buffalo St (NY) (2-1)
20. Brockport St (NY) (3-0)
21. Thomas More (KY) (3-0)
22. Lycoming (PA) (1-1)
23. Emory & Henry (VA) (2-0)
24. Bethany (WV) (3-0)
25. Widener (PA) (2-0)

Dropped out: 14. Albion (MI); 15. Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio); 18. Williamette (Ore.); 19. Carnegie-Mellon (PA); 22. Hanover (Ind.); 25. Bridgewater (VA).

Others receiving votes: Illinois Wesleyan 74, Willamette (Ore.) 70, Rhodes (Tenn.) 66, St. Norbert (Wisc.) 61, Linfield (Ore.) 60, Coe (Iowa) 59, Bethel (Minn.) 59, Union (NY) 58, Montclair St (NJ) 57, Ursinus (PA) 52, Albion (MI) 48, Mary Hardin-Baylor (Tex.) 36, Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) 34, Springfield (Mass.) 33, Methodist (NC) 32, Susquehanna (PA) 31, Muhlenburg (PA) 29, Wooster (Ohio) 26, Catholic (DC) 25, Wisc-River Falls 21, Norwich (VT) 21, Wisc-Whitewater 20, Carnegie-Mellon (PA) 19, Cortland St (NY) 17, Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) 13, Hanover (Ind.) 10, Pomona-Pitzer (CA) 9, Wilmington (Ohio) 9, Allegheny (PA) 7, Bridgewater (VA) 7, Capital (Ohio) 7, Moravian (Pa.) 7, Carthage (Wisc.) 6, Concordia (Wisc.) 6, Ripon (Wisc.) 6, Defiance (Ohio) 4, Wheaton (Ill.) 3, Wesley (Del.) 3, Mississippi College 2, Howard Payne (Tex.) 1, Westminster (Pa.) 1, Tufts (Mass.) 1, Nichols (Mass.) 1.
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