2022-23 NAIA Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll Five (January 25, 2023)

RANKLAST WEEKSCHOOL [1st Place Votes]RECORD
11College of Idaho [18]18-1
22Oklahoma Wesleyan [2]19-1
33Langston (Okla.)18-1
45Arizona Christian17-4
59Union (Ky.)19-1
67Indiana Wesleyan16-5
76Grace (Ind.)18-3
811Indiana Tech17-3
913William Penn (Iowa)18-2
1015Georgetown (Ky.)18-3
1114Jamestown (N.D.)17-3
1212Montana Tech18-3
1317Kansas Wesleyan18-2
148Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)16-5
1522Loyola (La.)16-3
1619Faulkner (Ala.)17-3
1616Marian (Ind.)17-4
1820Morningside (Iowa)16-3
1918Evangel (Mo.)17-3
2021Florida College16-3
214Southwestern (Kan.)16-4
2210Thomas More (Ky.)15-5
2325Iowa Wesleyan19-1
24RVTexas A&M Texarkana16-4
25RVAntelope Valley (Calif.)18-1

NAIA Hoops Report Top 25

NAIA Hoops Report Top 25 – NAIA Hoops Report

Streaks and Notes

Top Streaks

No. 6 Indiana Wesleyan – 111 straight polls (January 23rd, 2012)

No. 9 William Penn – 65 straight polls (October 27th, 2015)

No. 16 Marian (IN) – 38 straight polls (January 23rd, 2018)

No. 4 Arizona Christian – 23 straight polls (February 5th, 2020)

Notes:

  • No. 2 OKWU’s loss on Monday night, wasn’t included in these polls.
  • No. 25 Antelope Valley makes the CALPAC’s first appearance in the polls this season.

Who’s New?

No. 24 Texas A&M Texarkana – Texarkana makes the jump ahead of LSU Shreveport in the polls. The two top teams in the Red River Athletic Conference will face off, at the Dock (LSUS), on February 2nd.

No. 25 Antelope Valley (CA) – A program with some rich tradition, who has been hit hard by injuries and covid issues the past few seasons. Jordan Mast has his Pioneers finally back inside the Top 25 again!

Who’s Out?

LSU Shreveport – A team who hasn’t played consistent this season but is still a very dangerous team. They are just a half game out of 1st place in the RRAC and are a team that could certainly be back in the Top 25 before the end of the season!

Menlo (CA) – The GSAC changes each week, and a loss or two can take you from 2nd place to 5th in a hurry. Menlo has now lost 3 of its last 4 games and finds themselves in a tie for 5th place in the GSAC.

Biggest Movers

No. 15 Loyola (LA) – Up 7 spots from 22nd.

No. 10 Georgetown – Up 5 spots from 15th.

No. 5 Union – Up 4 spots from 9th.

No. 9 William Penn – Up 4 spots from 13th.

No. 13 Kansas Wesleyan – Up 4 spots from 17th.

Top 25 Breakdown By Conference

AMC – None

AAC – No. 5 Union

CAC – No. 20 Florida College, No. 23 Iowa Wesleyan

CCC – No. 1 College of Idaho

CALPAC – No. 25 Antelope Valley

CCAC – None

CROSSROADS – No. 6 Indiana Wesleyan, No. 7 Grace, No. 16 Marian

FRONTIER – No. 12 Montana Tech

GSAC – No. 4 Arizona Christian

GPAC – No. 11 Jamestown, No. 18 Morningside

HEART – No. 9 William Penn, No. 19 Evangel

KCAC – No. 2 Oklahoma Wesleyan, No. 13 Kansas Wesleyan, No. 21 Southwestern (KS)

MID-SOUTH – No. 10 Georgetown, No. 14 Freed-Hardeman, No. 22 Thomas More

NSAA – None

RRAC – No. 24 Texas A&M Texarkana

RSC – None

SAC – No. 3 Langston

SSAC – No. 15 Loyola, No. 16 Faulkner

SUN – None

WHAC – No. 8 Indiana Tech

Top 25 Breakdown By ARC

GREAT LAKES

#6 Indiana Wesleyan

#7 Grace

#8 Indiana Tech

#10 Georgetown

#14 Freed-Hardeman

#16 Marian

#22 Thomas More

WEST

#1 College of Idaho

#4 Arizona Christian

#12 Montana Tech

#25 Antelope Valley

NORTH-CENTRAL

#11 Jamestown

#18 Morningside

MIDWEST

#2 Oklahoma Wesleyan

#9 William Penn

#13 Kansas Wesleyan

#19 Evangel

#21 Southwestern (KS)

SOUTHWEST

#3 Langston

#20 Florida College

#23 Iowa Wesleyan

#24 Tx A&M Texarkana

SOUTHEAST

#4 Union

#15 Loyola

#16 Faulkner

Top 25 Breakdown By State

INDIANA – 4

IOWA – 3

KENTUCKY – 3

CALIFORNIA – 2

KANSAS – 2

OKLAHOMA – 2

ALABAMA – 1

ARIZONA – 1

FLORIDA – 1

IDAHO – 1

LOUISIANA– 1

MONTANA – 1

NORTH DAKOTA – 1

TEXAS – 1

TENNESSEE – 1


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