As always, this is not the official NAIA Top 25 Coaches Poll, just our view on how things currently sit. We can’t emphasize enough that this may be as deep as the NAIA has been when you are talking about the teams in the 15-40+ range. We try to take into account quality wins, bad losses and the “eye test”. With the ARC ratings out, those are more important than the actual Top 25 rankings, as seeding tends to follow ARC ratings more than Top 25. With that we will have our full Bracketology Report out soon as well. For now, though, have fun with our NAIA Hoops Report Top 25:

1.

Grace (Ind.)

GRACE (IN) (20-0)

2.

Langston (Okla.)

LANGSTON (OK) (19-0)

3.

College of Idaho

COLLEGE OF IDAHO (18-2)

4.

Oklahoma Wesleyan

OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN (19-1)

5.

Indiana Wesleyan (IN)

INDIANA WESLEYAN (18-2)

6.

Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)

FREED-HARDEMAN (TN) (17-3)

7.

Lourdes

LOURDES (OH) (17-1)

8.

Southwestern

SOUTHWESTERN (KS) (17-2)

9.

Cumberlands

CUMBERLANDS (KY) (18-2)

10.

Tennessee Southern

UT-SOUTHERN (19-2)

11.

Montana Tech (MT)

MONTANA TECH (16-4)

12.

Georgetown (Ky.)

GEORGETOWN (KY) (16-4)

13.

Roosevelt (IL)

ROOSEVELT (IL) (17-3)

14.

LSU Shreveport (La.)

LSU SHREVEPORT (14-4)

15.

Northwestern

NORTHWESTERN (IA) (17-4)

16.

Mobile

MOBILE (AL) (16-5)

17.

Florida Memorial (FL)

FLORIDA MEMORIAL (16-4)

18.

Morningside (Iowa)

MORNINGSIDE (IA) (14-5)

19.

Arizona Christian

ARIZONA CHRISTIAN (16-5)

20.

Ave Maria

AVE MARIA (FL) (17-4)

21.

Bethel (IN)

Bethel (IN) (16-4)

22.

Olivet Nazarene (IL)

OLIVET NAZARENE (IL) (14-5)

23.

Point Park

POINT PARK (PA) (19-2)

24.

Florida College (FL)

FLORIDA COLLEGE (18-4)

25.

OREGON TECH (15-4)


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