Mercer men remain in mid-major poll

Macon TelegraphNovember 27, 2012 

 

Despite a three-game losing streak and falling below .500, Mercer's men didn't fall out of the CollegeInsider.com mid-major poll. The Bears head to the road ranked No. 19, one spot behind Utah State, last year's opponent in the CIT title game.

The poll:

1.

Creighton (26)

6-0

768

1

Missouri Valley

2.

Gonzaga (5)

6-0

750

2

West Coast

3.

Ohio

5-0

690

3

Mid-American

4.

Murray State

4-1

639

4

Ohio Valley

5.

Belmont

5-1

591

5

Ohio Valley

6.

Illinois State

5-1

552

6

Missouri Valley

7.

Bucknell

5-1

541

7

Patriot

8.

Lehigh

4-2

532

8

Patriot

9.

Wichita State

6-0

479

11

Missouri Valley

10.

Middle Tennessee

4-1

458

11

Sun Belt

11.

BYU

4-2

444

13

West Coast

12.

Saint Mary's

4-2

408

10

West Coast

13.

South Dakota State

4-2

353

14

Summit

14.

Northern Iowa

3-3

351

9

Missouri Valley

15.

Davidson

3-3

334

16

Southern

16.

Valparaiso

5-1

326

22

Horizon

17.

Akron

3-2

293

18

Mid-American

18.

Utah State

3-1

213

20

WAC

19.

Mercer

3-3

187

19

Atlantic Sun

20.

Drexel

2-4

132

15

Colonial

21.

Loyola MD

5-1

116

NR

Metro Atlantic

22.

North Texas

3-3

109

21

Sun Belt

23.

Cal State Northridge

6-1

107

23

Big West

24.

Santa Clara

5-0

84

NR

West Coast

25.

Pacific

3-3

56

NR

Big West

 

OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Hawaii 55, Kent State 51, George Mason 43, Wright State 39, Stephen F. Austin 36, Eastern Kentucky 32, Bradley 27, Iona 27, Cal Poly 25, Southern Illinois 23, Louisiana Tech 22, North Dakota State 22, South Alabama 20, Long Beach State 15, Albany 14, Cleveland State 13, College of Charleston 13, Western Michigan 12, Montana 10, Oral Roberts 10, Fairfield 9, Harvard 9, Saint Peter's 8, Arkansas State 7, Northeastern 5, Niagara 4, Columbia 3, Vermont 2, Youngstown State 2, Bryant 1, Elon 1, Stony Brook 1, UT-Arlington 1.

 

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