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College | Rankings | 3/12/2019

Junior College Top 25: March 12

Brian Sakowski        
Photo: Alex DeLeon (McLennan Athletics)

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It was actually a relatively quiet week on the JUCO front, with several clubs sort of holding serve as expected and not a ton of movement taking place in the rankings. There were some big series and it's excellent to see a lot of the northern schools finally start to get some games under their belts. 

Wabash Valley was idle this week and remain at No. 1 almost by default since they couldn't do anything to either hurt or help their case. Northwest Florida State holds firm at No. 2 coming off of a quality week. Walters State remains the No. 3 team in the country, they had a 2-0 week that keeps them among the country's best. College of Southern Nevada, like Wabash Valley, was idle this week and will stay in their previous spot of No. 4. McLennan had a statement of a series win this past week taking three of four from previously-ranked Weatherford and establishing themselves as the team to beat in Region 5. 

San Joaquin Delta slipped a spot to No. 6, though that was more of a result of the quality of the McLennan series win than anything else. John A. Logan continues a very strong start to the season and rose a spot to No. 7. The College of Central Florida's 20-game winning streak came to an end this week, but that didn't really slow them down as they now stand at 24-3 overall and as such rose a spot to No. 8. Wallace-Dothan continues to quietly pick up wins in dominating fashion as they are in striking distance of the top five there at No. 9, while a South Mountain sweep of Cochise established them as the team to beat in Arizona right now. 

California is starting to take shape as teams start to beat up on each other and two California schools enter the rankings for the first time this week. Orange Coast and Feather River enter the rankings at Nos. 21 and 25, respectively and each have ridden hot starts to the season right into conference play with no signs of slowing down. The other newcomer to the list this week is Jones County, a Mississippi powerhouse who has started off 13-1. They are right behind fellow Mississippians Pearl River, who rose a couple of spots this week after a very quality win over LSU-Eunice. 


Rankings are based on games through Sunday, March 10.

Rk. Prev. Team ST Record
1 1 Wabash Valley IL 11-1
2 2 Northwest Florida State FL 21-6
3 3 Walters State TN 14-3
4 4 College of Southern Nevada NV 21-4
5 7 McLennan TX 17-7
6 5 San Joaquin Delta CA 15-4
7 8 John A. Logan IL 13-2
8 9 College of Central Florida FL 24-3
9 10 Wallace-Dothan AL 14-4
10 12 South Mountain AZ 21-6
11 11 LSU-Eunice LA 20-4
12 6 Arizona Western AZ 19-7
13 13 San Jacinto TX 16-5
14 14 Johnson County KS 14-2
15 15 Crowder MO 16-4
16 19 Florida SouthWestern FL 22-3
17 17 Cowley KS 12-5
18 18 Central Arizona AZ 16-9
19 21 Pearl River MS 12-2
20 NR Jones County MS 13-1
21 NR Orange Coast CA 16-3-1
22 16 Cochise AZ 20-4
23 24 Santa Fe FL 20-8
24 25 Sacramento City CA 12-5
25 NR Feather River CA 17-4

Dropped out: Cypress (20), Weatherford (22), Jefferson (23)


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