Just two weeks left of the regular season and we still have so much at stake across the country! In this article we have a breakdown of each league as well as our Podcast episode to discuss each league as well! It is going to be a fun and crazy sprint to the finish of the regular season!

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  • AMC: Tournament Page / Tournament Bracket
    • All 9 teams make the AMC Tournament.
    • Hosted by better seed in each game.
    • 1-bid league into National Tournament.
      • Auto-Bid: Winner of Conference Tournament.

AMC Standings

SCHOOLAMC RECORDOVERALL RECORDSTREAK
rv Missouri Baptist12-020-4W12
Columbia8-314-11L1
William Woods8-314-11W2
Central Baptist6-410-12W1
Williams Baptist5-614-7L1
Health Sciences & Pharmacy3-67-13W1
Hannibal-LaGrange3-85-17W1
Lyon3-98-16L4
Harris-Stowe State1-102-18L5

AMC Notes

  • Missouri Baptist has won 12 straight games and at 12-0 in league play and a win over Columbia this past weekend, they now hold a 3 game lead in the AMC Standings.
  • Missouri Baptist can lock up home court advantage and the AMC 1-seed with a win at Williams Baptist on Tuesday.

Biggest Games this Week

  • Thursday Feb. 10th
    • William Woods @ Central Baptist – 3-way race for the 2-seed in AMC tourney. A win puts you in contention for 2, loss could bump you to the 4.
    • Missouri Baptist @ Central Baptist – MoBap may have already won the AMC by this point, if not, they can with a win. CBC on the other hand is in a dogfight for seeding, so a home upset win would be huge headed into the final week of the regular season.

  • AAC: 
    • All 13 teams make the AAC Tournament.
    • AAC Tournament is played at Meadowview Convention Center, Kingsport, TN
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st Auto-bid: Regular Season Champ
      • 2nd Auto-bid: Tournament Champ or 2nd place in Regular season if regular season champ wins tournament.

AAC Standings

SchoolGPW-LGPW-L
Union1713-42315-8
Montreat1813-52115-6
Reinhardt2014-62617-9
Truett McConnell2013-72517-8
Tennessee Wesleyan1912-72315-8
Bluefield1912-72213-9
Bryan1911-82314-9
CIU189-92313-10
Point198-112512-13
Johnson (Tenn.)164-12206-14
Milligan184-14215-16
Kentucky Christian184-14224-18
St. Andrews193-16233-20

AAC Notes

  • A Montreat loss this weekend paired with a Union win means that Union is now back in front in the AAC Standings.
  • Both Reinhardt and Truett McConnell are red hot and climbing the standings quick and lurking behind both Union and Montreat if they let them back into the race.
  • Union has won 7 of the past 8 regular season Titles and have won 8 straight AAC Tournament titles!

Biggest Games this Week

  • Tuesday, February 8th
    • Union @ TN Wesleyan – A battle between the only two teams to get recognized in the NAIA Top 25 coaches poll this season. TWU is really good at home and a win here would allow about five teams back in as serious AAC Title contenders.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Reinhardt @ Bluefield – Reinhardt sits a game up on the trio of Bluefield, TN Wes and Truett McConnell. This is a game that will be big on the seeding front. With the grouping from 3-7 a loss can send you from a 3-seed to the 7 pretty quickly.

  • CalPac: Tournament Bracket 
    • 6 of the 11 teams qualify for CalPac Tournament.
    • CalPac Tournament is Hosted by University of Antelope Valley.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st Auto-Bid: Tournament Champion
      • 2nd Auto-Bid: Tournament Runner-Up

NORTH

SCHOOLCAL PACOVERALLGB
Simpson6-211-6
Cal Maritime5-210-70.5
UC Merced4-37-101.5
Pacific Union3-43-112.5

SOUTH

SCHOOLCAL PACOVERALLGB
Saint Katherine7-111-7
Antelope Valley5-313-122
Westcliff5-48-92.5
La Sierra2-56-134.5

ARIZONA

SCHOOLCAL PACOVERALLGB
Benedictine-Mesa5-49-14
Park University – Gilbert1-85-194
Embry-Riddle0-72-184

CalPac Notes

  • This league has a unique set up with 3 divisions. The CalPac tournament, though, is huge as both automatic qualifiers go to the teams who make the Championship game.
  • The Top 2 seeds get opening round byes, so teams like Saint Katherine, Simpson and Cal Maritime are all battling for those two important overall seeds.
  • Antelope Valley is also lurking behind and with them hosting the tournament, they could have an advantage from any seed they end up with.

Biggest Games of the Week

  • Tuesday, February 8th
    • UC Merced @ Cal Maritime – The 2nd and 3rd best teams in the North. A CalPac Tournament bid could be on the line in this one!
  • Thursday, February 10th
    • UC Merced @ Westcliff – Both teams need wins to help get them up the standings and in the CalPac tournament.
    • Simpson @ Saint Katherine – A game that could end up deciding who the 1-seed in the tournament is!

  • Cascade
    • Top 8 of 12 teams qualify for the CCC Tournament.
    • CCC Tournament is hosted by the better seed in each game.
    • 2-bid league into the National Tournament
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or 2nd place in Regular season if same team wins both.
SCHOOLCONFOVERALLSTREAK
10 College of Idaho x16-222-4W4
rv Oregon Tech x15-218-7L1
Southern Oregon11-614-11W1
Corban11-716-10W2
Warner Pacific10-814-12W5
Lewis-Clark State9-816-9W1
Eastern Oregon8-1014-12L2
Multnomah8-1012-14W4
Northwest7-1110-13L2
Bushnell6-128-17L3
Evergreen3-153-19L5
Walla Walla2-153-21L1

    x – clinched playoff berth

CASCADE NOTES

  • A weekend sweep for College of Idaho, coupled with a Oregon Tech loss to Corban, has CoI taking over 1st place with two weeks to go.
  • College of Idaho and Oregon Tech are only two teams to lock up a conference tournament berth and both will be the top two seeds in the bracket.
  • The battle to really watch in the CCC is the final playoff spot. Multnomah and Eastern Oregon are currently in, but they will have to fend off Northwest to stay in!

Biggest Games this Week

  • Tuesday, February 7th
    • Southern Oregon @ Oregon Tech – Some major separation between the 2nd place OiT and 3rd place Oregon Tech, but big game for both as Oregon Tech needs the win to keep applying pressure to College of Idaho and Corban needs the win to keep the 3-seed hopes alive!
  • Friday, February 11th
    • Warner Pacific @ Southern Oregon – Big week for Southern Oregon. They start the week off in 3rd place, but a rough week could send them as far down as 6th. Warner is one of the teams behind them looking to improve seeding.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Lewis-Clark St @ Corban – Corban is still fighting to move up to the 3-seed. LCSC has faced a ton of injuries and will look to regroup here and make a charge at the 3-seed these final two weeks of the season. A loss for LCSC almost guarantees them the 5 or 6 seed.

  • CCAC
    • All 15 teams make the CCAC Tournament
    • CCAC Tournament hosted by better seed each game.
    • 3-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Regular Season Runner-Up
      • 3rd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or 3rd place team if regular season champ or runner-up win tournament.
TEAMCCACOVERALLSTREAK
19Olivet Nazarene16-122-3Won 10
22Indiana South Bend14-219-4Won 1
 Indiana Northwest12-518-6Won 6
 Saint Xavier11-514-10Won 5
 Roosevelt10-715-9Lost 2
 St. Francis9-913-10Won 1
 St. Ambrose9-1011-14Lost 2
 Judson8-911-14Won 1
 Trinity International8-1012-14Won 4
 Lincoln7-108-14Lost 4
 Governors State6-109-14Lost 2
 Holy Cross6-1111-14Won 1
 Trinity Christian6-1210-15Lost 2
 Calumet St. Joseph4-135-15Lost 1
 Cardinal Stritch3-155-19Lost 6

CCAC Notes

  • Olivet Nazarene got the road win over IU South Bend this past week. The win slides them ahead of IUSB for 1st place in the CCAC.
  • Both ONU and IUSB look like a lock to get the first two auto-bids for the CCAC.
  • The 3-seed is going to me so, so important in this league as if the 3-seed can’t win the tournament they still go to the National Tournament if ONU or IUSB win tournament!

Biggest Games of the Week

  • Tuesday, February 7th
    • Saint Xavier @ IU South Bend – Saint X is one of those teams trying to fight for the 3-seed. A win here to start the week, would be HUGE for them!
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Saint Xavier @ Lincoln – With IU Northwest facing a couple teams near the bottom of the CCAC this week, this is a big week for SXU to keep pace a they have a couple tough road games!

  • CAC
    • 8 of 15 teams will qualify for the CAC Tournament.
    • Iowa Wesleyan will host the CAC Tournament.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Tournament Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Runner-Up
SchoolStreakWinsLosses
 Florida CollegeWon 5233
 Washington AdventistLost 1137
 WilberforceWon 21015
 Northern New MexicoWon 2128
 MorrisWon 1611
 Penn State SchuylkillWon 1912
 Florida NationalLost 146
 Iowa WesleyanLost 21016
 VoorheesWon 1416
 HaskellLost 9315
 Lincoln ChristianLost 2715
 Crowley’s RidgeLost 3319
 BaconeLost 3224
 FisherWon 1712
 Virgin IslandsLost 229

CAC Notes

  • With no actual Conference schedule, the former NAIA Independent league goes to a committee to decide who makes their league tournament.
  • With the unique set up of the league, the only teams we would say are for sure in the tournament will be Florida College, Washington Adventist, Northern New Mexico and the host school, Iowa Wesleyan.
  • For everything else, we will hold off until the bracket is released to go deeper into the CAC.

  • Crossroads
    • Top 8 of 10 teams qualify for the CL Tournament.
    • Better seeded team hosts each game.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Regular Season Runner-Up if same as Regular Season champion.
SchoolCrossroadsOverallGBStreak
Indiana Wesleyan Tiny Logo 5 Indiana Wesleyan14-023-3Won 12
Marian Tiny Logo 24 Marian10-418-44Won 4
Saint Francis Tiny Logo 16 Saint Francis10-420-64Lost 1
Grace Tiny Logo 14 Grace8-619-76Lost 2
Mt Vernon Nazarene Tiny Logo Mt Vernon Nazarene8-617-86Won 3
Huntington Tiny Logo Huntington7-718-87Won 2
Bethel Tiny Logo Bethel5-912-149Lost 4
Taylor Tiny Logo Taylor5-99-169Won 1
Goshen Tiny Logo Goshen3-117-1911Lost 2
Spring Arbor Tiny Logo Spring Arbor0-146-2014Lost 10

Crossroads Notes

  • Indiana Wesleyan, this past weekend, won their 23rd straight CL game. Which is a new Crossroads League record. Just an absurd run by one of the NAIA’s best programs!
  • The battle for the 2-seed got more interesting this weekend as St Francis dropped one to Huntington and Marian has answered with 4 straight wins.
  • Two teams won’t be in the CL Tournament, and it looks like it will be Spring Arbor and Goshen who will be left home.

Biggest Games of the Week

  • Tuesday, February 8th
    • Huntington @ 5 @Indiana Wesleyan – A game in which IWU can officially lock up the CL Title with a win. Huntington is also fighting as a bubble team. They came off a big win over St Francis and another upset here may just put them in the National Tournament for sure.
    • 16 Saint Francis @ 24 Marian – The winner here basically will have the 2-seed locked up as long as they don’t have a misstep in the final 3 games.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • 24 Marian @ Huntington – Huntington has been tough at home and now have a few chances at the end of the season here to improve their resume. Another opportunity at a Top 25 win to help get them an at-large bid.

  • Frontier
    • All 6 teams qualify for the Frontier League Tournament.
    • Hosted by the better seed each game.
    • 1-bid league into National Tournament.
      • Auto-bid: Tournament Champion
SCHOOLCONFOVERALLSTREAK
Montana Tech11-122-5W9
Carroll College10-224-3W4
MSU-Northern5-717-10W1
Montana Western4-815-12L2
Rocky Mountain College4-811-13L1
Providence2-1011-14L6

Frontier Notes

  • We are in the middle of round 3 in the Frontier League. Playing a team for the 3rd time now and then for a 4th time in the Frontier Tournament is no easy task!
  • Montana Tech currently holds a 1 game lead in the conference standings with just 3 games to play.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Thursday, February 10th
    • Montana Tech @ Carroll – Ultimately, this game is for the Frontier Conference Regular Season Championship!

  • GCAC
    • All 6 teams qualify for GCAC Tournament.
    • GCAC Tournament hosted by Edward Waters.
    • 1 auto-bid league into National Tournament.
      • Auto-bid: Tournament Champion
SCHOOLGCACOVERALL
Philander Smith3-19-3
Tougaloo3-114-7
Rust2-22-3
Dillard2-24-13
Edward Waters0-011-10
Fisk0-42-20

GCAC Notes

  • The GCAC was able to keep Edward Waters in the league to have 6 teams for this season and keeping them as a 1-bid league.
  • The regular season games are used for seeding, but the tournament champion will be the only team that makes the NAIA tournament.

  • GPAC
    • 8 of 11 teams qualify for GPAC Tournament.
    • Hosted by better seed each game.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Regular Season Runner-Up if same team wins both.
SCHOOLGPACOVERALLGBSTREAK
25Briar Cliff13-317-7Won 2
RVConcordia13-420-50.5Won 3
RVJamestown11-621-62.5Won 3
RVNorthwestern10-618-83.0Won 1
 Dordt9-717-84.0Lost 1
 Morningside9-712-94.0Lost 2
 Doane8-815-115.0Lost 1
 Dakota Wesleyan7-910-136.0Lost 1
 Midland5-1214-138.5Lost 9
 Mount Marty3-147-1910.5Lost 2
 Hastings2-147-1911.0Won 1

GPAC Notes

  • Briar Cliff continues to look good and pick up wins, but CUNE sits a half game back.
  • Jamestown has won 3 straight to get themselves back into 3rd in the league, BUT, there is a 4 team logjam that they are apart of where one loss can send you down a few spots pretty quicky.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Tuesday, February 9th
    • Concordia @ Doane – Doane will be looking for another big home win as CUNE comes to town looking to chase down Briar Cliff for a GPAC title.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Jamestown @ Briar Cliff – Again, a loss for Jamestown this week could see them slide from the 3-seed to the 6th or 7th. Briar Cliff has a big 3 game week this week, with two GPAC games. They control their own destiny!

  • GSAC
    • All 10 teams qualify for the GSAC Tournament.
    • Hosted by Hope International.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion.
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Regular Season Runner-Up if same team wins both.
SCHOOLGSACOVERALLGBSTREAK
6 William Jessup12-224-2Won 5
8 Arizona Christian12-324-30.5Won 7
17 Hope International11-418-61.5Won 2
OUAZ8-717-84.5Won 4
Vanguard7-715-105Lost 3
The Master’s6-816-86Won 1
Menlo6-814-96Lost 1
Westmont4-1014-108Lost 1
Life Pacific3-116-159Lost 4
San Diego Christian3-125-199.5Lost 5

GSAC Notes

  • GSAC is down to a two horse race between William Jessup and Arizona Christian.
  • This very well could end up being a 4-bid league, so a team like OUAZ holding onto the 4-seed is going to be something to watch for!

Biggest Games This Week

  • Thursday, February 8th
    • William Jessup @ Arizona Christian – The winner most likely wins the GSAC regular season title!
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • William Jessup @ OUAZ – Big week for Jessup as they have two massive road games. The 1st one is the biggest, but even an 0-2 week could get them from 1st to 3rd in the GSAC standings.

  • Heart
    • Top 3 teams in each division and then the next two best records qualify for Heart Tournament.
    • Hosted by better seed each game.
    • 3-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Regular Season Runner-Up if same team wins both.
      • 3rd auto-bid: Host Site bid

North

SchoolGPHEARTGPOVERALL
 William Penn1514-12423-1
 Mount Mercy158-72515-10
 Grand View158-72213-9
 Peru State146-82411-13
 Clarke156-92411-13
 Culver-Stockton155-102414-10
 Graceland153-12267-19

South

SchoolGPHEARTGPOVERALL
 Evangel149-52316-7
 Central Methodist159-62618-8
 Park148-62013-7
 Benedictine (KS)158-72414-10
 Baker147-72211-11
 MidAmerica Nazarene147-72412-12
 Missouri Valley144-102412-12

Heart Notes

  • WPU has already locked up at least a share of the Heart title, but can lock it up completely with either a win or an Evangel loss. It is their 6th title in 7 years as members of the Heart of America.
  • The big story in the Heart is the Heart South and how it plays out. They have 6 teams vying for 5 spots in the Heart tournament.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Monday, February 7th
    • Evangel @ Baker – Evangel is leading the Heart South, but a tough road game today. The South is so crazy that a couple losses can take you from 1st to out of the Heart Tournament. Baker is one of those teams in the grouping as well.
    • Park @ MidAmerica Nazarene – Both teams are in that logjam in the Heart South. Rocky Lamar and MidAm will look to make the Heart Tournament to keep his final season as head coach alive. Wins are a must with such a tight race.
  • Wednesday, February 9th
    • Central Missouri @ Evangel – Have we mentioned the Heart South is CRAZY?!?
    • Benedictine @ MidAmerica Nazarene – SEE ABOVE!!
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Baker @ Benedictine – Heart South may finally get situated this week, but probably not until after Saturday games!
    • Park @ Central Methodist – Heart Tournament could be up for grabs in this one!

  • KCAC
    • Top 12 of 13 teams qualify for KCAC Tournament.
    • Home sites for 1st two rounds; Championship at Hartman Arena, Park City, Kansas.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or 2-seed if Regular Season Champion wins tournament.
SchoolKCACOverallGBStreak
4 Oklahoma Wesleyan17-223-2Won 1
RV Southwestern15-521-52.5Lost 1
23 Bethel15-520-62.5Won 1
Ottawa15-619-83Won 9
Bethany13-817-105Won 2
Kansas Wesleyan12-817-85.5Lost 1
McPherson11-816-96Won 2
Avila8-139-1810Lost 2
Saint Mary7-1311-1510.5Won 2
Friends7-138-1810.5Won 1
York5-148-1712Lost 5
Tabor5-157-1612.5Lost 1
Sterling0-202-2417.5Lost 20

KCAC Notes

  • Oklahoma Wesleyan continues to just be the most consistent team in the league.
  • Southwestern and Bethel have big road wins at OKWU, but have stumbled elsewhere leaving them to fight for 2nd place!
  • KCAC made the change this week to allow all 13 teams to qualify for the KCAC Tournament.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Ottawa @ OKWU – OKWU just needs a win to lock up the KCAC Title. Ottawa has climbed into 4th place and sits just a game out of 2nd. Big game for them if they want to enter the final week with a shot at a 2-seed!

  • Mid-South
    • All 12 teams qualify for the MSC Tournament.
    • Hosted in Bowling Green Arena, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Tournament Runner-Up if same as Regular Season Champion.
SCHOOLMSCOVERALLGBSTREAK
Thomas More Tiny Logo 7 Thomas More14-220-3Lost 1
Georgetown Tiny Logo 13 Georgetown14-321-30.5Won 5
Tennessee Southern Tiny Logo RV Tennessee Southern13-418-71.5Won 1
Cumberland (TN) Tiny Logo Cumberland (TN)10-614-64Won 1
Freed-Hardeman Tiny Logo Freed-Hardeman10-715-94.5Won 3
Cumberlands  (KY) Tiny Logo Cumberlands (KY)9-815-105.5Won 2
Pikeville Tiny Logo Pikeville7-714-86Lost 4
Shawnee State Tiny Logo Shawnee State7-1013-117.5Won 1
Campbellsville Tiny Logo Campbellsville5-1212-139.5Lost 2
Lindsey Wilson Tiny Logo Lindsey Wilson4-1311-1410.5Lost 1
Bethel Tiny Logo Bethel3-1311-1311Lost 2
Life Tiny Logo Life3-146-1611.5Lost 1

Mid-South Notes

  • Thomas More lost to Cumberlands and Georgetown has won 5 straight moving them to just a half game back of 1st place.
  • It’s a two horse race for the title, but behind them is going to be a battle to get the opening round bye’s!

Biggest Games This Week

  • Monday, February 7th
    • Thomas More @ Shawnee State – Shawnee has been hot and cold as of late, but Thomas More is coming of their first loss in quite some time. See how they respond off the loss.
  • Thursday, February 10th
    • Georgetown @ UT Southern – 2nd game of 3 this week for both. If G’Town wants a Conference Title showdown next week with Thomas More, they will have to first, survive this tough road game!

  • NSAA
    • All 8 teams qualify for NSAA Tournament.
    • Hosted by top seeds in opening round. Final Four hosted by Watertown Civic Arena in Watertown, SD.
    • 1-bid league into National Tournament.
      • Auto-bid: Tournament Champion
SCHOOLNSAAOVERALLGBSTREAK
Bellevue Tiny Logo Bellevue7-415-11Lost 2
Viterbo Tiny Logo Viterbo7-413-11Won 2
Mayville State Tiny Logo Mayville State6-514-81Won 2
Dakota State Tiny Logo Dakota State6-511-151Lost 2
Dickinson State Tiny Logo Dickinson State6-59-161Lost 2
Valley City Tiny Logo Valley City5-614-102Lost 1
Presentation Tiny Logo Presentation4-711-133Won 2
Waldorf Tiny Logo Waldorf3-85-194Won 1

NSAA Notes

  • The NSAA has gone bonkers!! With 6 teams within 2 games of 1st place and just 4 games left to play.
  • Right now it’s Bellevue and Viterbo leading the way, but at the end of this week, it could be completely different look to the standings.

Biggest Games This Week

  • EVERY GAME** – The NSAA is so crazy right now that every game is a must win for the 6 teams still in the hunt for a League Title.

  • RRAC: Tournament Page
    • Top 4 in each division qualify for the RRAC Tournament.
    • Hosted by Rapides Arena in Alexandria, Louisiana.
    • 1-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Tournament Champion
EASTPROGRAMRRACOVERALLGBSTREAK
RVLSU Shreveport8-215-7Lost 1
 Xavier7-316-41.0Won 5
11LSU Alexandria6-315-41.5Won 1
 Louisiana Christian4-69-124.0Lost 2
 Jarvis Christian1-95-137.0Lost 1
 Texas College0-34-74.5Lost 4
WEST
 # – Paul Quinn6-117-1Won 2
RVTexas A&M-Texarkana7-214-4Won 7
 Southwest4-58-113.0Won 2
 Wiley1-28-63.0Lost 1
 Huston-Tillotson3-75-174.5Lost 4
 Our Lady of the Lake2-67-104.5Lost 2

# – Not eligible for postseason

RRAC Notes

  • They cant qualify for the postseason, but Paul Quinn leads the RRAC right now!
  • Xavier has won 5 in a row and is coming off a monster week where they were able to get two big wins over LSUA and LSUS.
  • Texarkana has won 7 straight and look to be the best team in the RRAC.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Paul Quinn @ Texarkana – The top two teams in the RRAC Standings. While Paul Quinn can’t play in the RRAC Tournament, a tough road win here may lock up a RRAC Regular Season Title.

  • RSC
    • Top 4 in each division qualify for RSC Tournament.
    • Hosted at better seed each game.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Tournament Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Runner-Up
EASTSCHOOLRSCOVERALLGBSTREAK
RVWVU Tech11-220-4Won 3
 IU East7-612-134.0Won 1
 Rio Grande6-712-135.0Won 1
 Ohio Christian5-87-156.0Won 3
 Point Park4-99-127.0Lost 1
 Carlow1-114-209.5Lost 1
 Ohio Valley0-02-224.5Lost 15
WEST
 SCHOOLRSCGBAWAY
RVIU Kokomo13-123-3Won 11
RVAlice Lloyd11-220-31.5Lost 2
 IU Southeast9-512-144.0Won 6
 Midway7-513-75.0Lost 2
 Oakland City8-710-165.5Won 3
 Brescia4-116-189.5Lost 5
 St. Mary of the Woods0-123-2012.0Won 1

RSC Notes

  • WVU Tech has already locked up the 1-seed in the East.
  • Kokomo had a big road win over Alice Lloyd on Sunday to take over 1st place in the West.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Wednesday, February 8th
    • IU East @ Ohio Christian – OCU is two games back of IU East for 2nd place in the West, but they also are just 1 game up on Point Park to where they would miss the tournament completely.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Rio Grande @ Point Park – Point Park sits a game back of Ohio Christian for a RSC Tournament bid. Every game is important for them, but a in here would close the gap on not just OCU, but on Rio as well.

  • SAC
    • UPDATE: All 12 teams qualify for SAC Tournament
    • First round hosted by better seed.
      • Top Four Seeds get a Bye in 1st round.
      • Final Four Hosted at Gaulke Activity Center, Oklahoma City. (MACU)
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Tournament Runner-Up if same team wins both.
TEAMSACOVERALLSTREAK
Science & Arts15-220-4W4
Southwestern A.G.14-317-5W1
Oklahoma City12-513-11L1
Texas Wesleyan10-617-7L1
John Brown10-716-9W3
Wayland Baptist9-813-11W3
Southwestern Christian8-910-10L4
Mid-America Christian7-914-10L1
Panhandle State6-119-13L2
Central Christian5-1111-12W1
UNT Dallas4-128-15L5
Langston0-171-21L7

SAC Notes

  • USAO took over 1st place last week and answered the bell with a couple of nice wins to hold the lead over SAGU.
  • Oklahoma City ended their nice win streak on Saturday. They remain in 3rd place and will look to hold on to the 3-seed over these next two weeks as John Brown and Wayland Baptist have strung together a couple nice 3 game win streaks and join Tx Wesleyan as teams trying to fight to move up in seeding!
  • The SAC is now allowing ALL 12 teams to get into the tournament with the Top 4 seeds all getting a 1st round bye!

Biggest Games This Week

  • Monday, February 7th
    • John Brown @ Wayland Baptist – Two teams with 3 game win streaks that have allowed them to climb the SAC standings. Being able to get a 1st round bye would be great for both!
  • Thursday, February 10th
    • Oklahoma City @ MACU – Oklahoma City is fighting for a 1st round bye.
    • Wayland Baptist @ Texas Wesleyan – Two teams looking to move into the Top 4 and get a first round bye in SAC Tourney.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • MACU @ John Brown – As stated up above, it’s a big week for both as they fight for seeding in the SAC Tourney.

  • SSAC
    • All 10 teams qualify for the SSAC Tournament.
    • Hosted by Multiplex at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion
      • 2nd auto-bid: Regular Season Champion or Tournament Runner-Up if same team wins both.
SCHOOLCONFOVERALLSTREAK
2 Talladega11-121-2W1
3 Loyola University10-121-1W5
21 Faulkner University11-319-5L1
rv Stillman College9-416-4W3
Middle Georgia State5-68-11W1
Dalton State5-810-12L2
University of Mobile5-911-15W1
Blue Mountain College3-910-10L1
William Carey University2-107-13L4
Brewton-Parker1-112-22L4

SSAC Notes

  • Loyola is playing like the best team in the NAIA right now. On both ends of the ball.
  • Talladega continues to lead the SSAC, but with a lot of rescheduled games on the docket, not only are they going to be challenged by good teams, but also a lot of games in a short period of time. Including 2 gams with Loyola coming up!

Biggest Games This Week

  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Talladega @ Loyola – Two of the best in the country will duke it out for 1st place in the SSAC!

  • The Sun
    • Top 6 of 9 teams qualify for TSC Tournament.
    • Opening round hosted by better seed. Final Four hosted by Regular Season Champion.
    • 1-bid league into National Tournament.
      • Auto-bid: Tournament Champion
SCHOOLSUNOVERALLSTREAK
Southeastern [18] – x10-320-5W1
Florida Memorial – x9-413-7W4
Warner – x9-415-10W2
Ave Maria – x8-416-9W1
St. Thomas – x8-511-8W3
Keiser6-812-12L1
Thomas4-910-13L3
Webber Int’l2-107-17L7
Coastal Georgia2-117-14L6

x – clinched playoff spot

The Sun Conference Notes

  • Southeastern got back on the winning track this weekend and still hold a 1 game lead over Warner and Florida Memorial.
  • With five teams already clinching playoff spots, it leaves just 1 spot left. Keiser currently holds a 2 game lead for that spot.

Biggest Games This Week

  • Thursday, February 10th
    • Southeastern @ St Thomas – STU has won 3 straight games and have clinched a spot in the tourney. A big home win and they would move to just a game back of 1st place in The Sun.
  • Saturday, February 12th
    • Florida Memorial @ Southeastern – A couple big wins this week and Southeastern can essentially claim the Sun title! However, that is no easy task as Florida Memorial is red hot and in 2nd place. If SEC loses to STU on Thursday, this game could be for 1st place in TSC Standings!

  • WHAC: Tournament Page
    • Top 8 of 11 teams qualify for WHAC Tournament.
    • Hosted by better seed each game.
    • 2-bid league into National Tournament.
      • 1st auto-bid: Regular Season Champion.
      • 2nd auto-bid: Tournament Champion or Tournament Runner-Up if same team wins both.

WHAC Standings

SchoolWHACOverallGBStreak
Indiana Tech Tiny Logo RV Indiana Tech14-220-6Won 8
Madonna Tiny Logo Madonna12-418-82Won 7
Cornerstone Tiny Logo Cornerstone10-416-83Won 3
Lourdes Tiny Logo Lourdes10-518-53.5Lost 2
Rochester Tiny Logo Rochester10-717-104.5Lost 1
Lawrence Tech Tiny Logo Lawrence Tech9-712-105Lost 1
Aquinas Tiny Logo Aquinas8-914-126.5Won 1
UNOH Tiny Logo UNOH6-99-157.5Lost 3
Concordia Tiny Logo Concordia3-128-1410.5Lost 3
Siena Heights Tiny Logo Siena Heights3-126-1710.5Won 1
UM-Dearborn Tiny Logo UM-Dearborn1-153-1913Lost 11

WHAC Notes

  • Indiana Tech has won 8 in a row to keep a 2 game lead over a hot Madonna team who has won 7 straight games themselves.
  • Only 8 teams qualify for the WHAC Tournament and their is a big 3 game lead between 8-UNOH and 9 Concordia/Siena Heights.

Biggest Games this Week

  • Monday, Feb 7th
    • Concordia @ Siena Heights – Loser is eliminated from WHAC Tournament contention.
  • Wednesday, Feb 9th
    • Aquinas @ Lawrence Tech – Teams are currently in the 6th and 7th spots, a win keeps the 5-seed in reach.
  • Saturday, Feb 12th
    • Indiana Tech @ Madonna – 1 vs 2 and if they handle business on Wednesday, they will both have strong win streaks coming in. A Madonna win means they pull within a game of 1st place headed into the final week of the season!
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