Men's Division II
TeamRecordPower RatingsPR Rank
20072008Change20072008Change20072008Change
Bentley4-87-70.167   81.3183.195.5819118
Adelphi5-87-50.199   85.8287.345.501156
S. New Hampshire3-105-70.186   81.3383.075.3618126
Merrimack6-712-40.288   83.1784.394.7616106
Seton Hill2-76-60.278   76.8278.354.5727216
Belmont Abbey6-99-40.292   79.5079.442.4124195
C. W. Post9-411-30.093   86.7487.704.73743
Bryant11-414-40.044   87.7388.674.81532
Lees-McRae0-132-90.182   71.4473.324.5431292
Catawba7-87-80.000   81.1280.181.2220182
Le Moyne15-215-20.000   91.5491.904.32211
Saint Anselm6-87-70.071   83.2182.722.1415141
NYIT10-212-10.090   90.3889.261.92321
Mars Hill8-69-60.029   80.6879.300.5021201
Notre Dame de Namur4-38-10.317   86.6986.282.62880
Franklin Pierce1-102-120.052   73.7672.930.6230300
Dominican College5-85-10-0.051   78.7277.04-0.1725250
Assumption3-93-11-0.036   78.6076.87-0.2526260
Pace7-77-8-0.033   83.0880.60-0.9417170
Saint Leo6-86-80.000   80.1077.45-1.5123230
Wheeling Jesuit5-74-7-0.053   80.4277.73-1.5422220
Pfeiffer1-133-90.179   76.6174.14-1.6028280
Limestone14-212-2-0.018   87.1386.372.1367-1
Dowling8-312-30.073   88.2886.640.9046-2
Dominican U.0-11-20.333   68.2467.800.643234-2
Wingate10-411-30.071   84.1381.56-0.961316-3
Saint Michael's9-78-7-0.029   84.8881.90-1.511215-3
Molloy8-44-8-0.333   86.0882.94-1.631013-3
Mercyhurst13-29-4-0.174   91.9085.27-6.3819-8
Queens U. of Charlotte7-73-11-0.286   83.3977.09-6.771424-10
St. Andrews12-54-13-0.471   86.1076.54-11.49927-18


Notes:

  • Only teams that played in both years are included.  However, power rating (PR) ranks were not altered to account for the differences.


  • Teams with the same PR on ratings pages may have different ranks here (e.g., if two teams have a PR of 84.50 and ratings-page ranks of 27 and 28, respectively, their ranks may be reversed on this page, as ordering in the case of ties is arbitary).


  • Teams are shown in descending order by change in PR rank and then by change in PR.


  • Power rating change accounts for differences in the mean PR and the standard deviation between the two years and cannot be derived by subtraction.


  • Greater change is naturally possible -- and in fact probable -- in the divisions having more teams.


  • If they change, teams ranked towards the extremes last year generally have only one way to go; they can also change the most.
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