Men's Division II
TeamRecordPower RatingsPR Rank
Wheeling Jesuit4-76-40.236   77.7383.268.46221111
Saint Leo6-811-30.357   77.4581.556.20231310
Seton Hill6-67-50.083   78.3581.935.4121129
Molloy4-89-30.417   82.9485.874.571367
Queens U. of Charlotte3-118-60.357   77.0980.585.2224186
Mars Hill9-611-40.133   79.3081.423.1520146
Pfeiffer3-96-50.295   74.1477.915.5528235
Mercyhurst9-411-30.093   85.2788.475.08945
Merrimack12-414-30.074   84.3986.383.141055
Rollins0-112-80.200   66.5371.126.5535314
Belmont Abbey9-46-6-0.192   79.4481.322.7819154
C. W. Post11-315-10.152   87.7091.906.75413
Lees-McRae2-92-10-0.015   73.3274.751.8329263
Bentley7-79-40.192   83.1984.381.841192
Assumption3-114-80.119   76.8777.851.2626242
American International1-100-12-0.091   70.4571.721.4731301
Grand Canyon1-41-9-0.100   69.4970.370.8232320
Dominican U.1-20-4-0.333   67.8063.48-7.4334340
NYIT12-19-2-0.105   89.2689.08-0.0923-1
Dowling12-37-6-0.262   86.6485.83-1.1867-1
Wingate11-38-8-0.286   81.5680.75-1.381617-1
Limestone12-210-4-0.143   86.3784.86-2.2978-1
Le Moyne15-216-10.059   91.9090.23-2.3312-1
St. Andrews4-134-120.015   76.5474.09-4.152728-1
Saint Anselm7-77-70.000   82.7281.09-2.621416-2
Dominican C.5-101-12-0.256   77.0474.30-4.592527-2
Franklin Pierce2-121-11-0.060   72.9370.11-4.873033-3
Pace7-84-10-0.181   80.6079.26-2.251722-5
Saint Michael's8-77-7-0.033   81.9080.05-3.001520-5
Adelphi7-53-7-0.283   87.3483.89-5.31510-5
Catawba7-84-9-0.159   80.1875.74-7.151825-7
S. New Hampshire5-74-10-0.131   83.0779.67-5.401221-9
Notre Dame de Namur8-14-4-0.389   86.2880.16-9.56819-11


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

  • Teams with the same PR on ratings pages may have different PR ranks here (e.g., if teams A and B both 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 near the extremes last year obviously have only one way to go; they can also change the most.
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