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College | Rankings | 5/22/2019

Junior College Top 25: May 22

Brian Sakowski        
Photo: Jordan Anderson (Chipola Athletics)

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In the two weeks since we last did our last Junior College Top 25 update there have been some seriously crazy happenings in JUCO baseball. Iowa Western took down No. 1 Wabash Valley to earn the bid to Grand Junction. Chipola did it again by beating No. 3 Northwest Florida State to advance to the World Series for the third straight year in hopes of capturing their third straight national title. New Mexico upset McLennan in Texas to get back to the big dance. That's just to name a few, as you can tell by the rankings below, there was a lot of movement.

Pearl River certainly warrants mention as they went on quite the postseason run to earn a nod to the NJCAA D-II World Series, as the No. 1 seed no less. They took down LSU-Eunice, Itawamba, Jones and Northwest – all high-end programs having excellent seasons en route to earning that berth.

Out in California it's about as expected, with San Joaquin Delta and Sacramento City coming from the north and Orange Coast and El Camino making it out of the south to form the final four there. 

Here's how the respective national championship tournaments shape up across the three NJCAA levels as well as the CCCAA (California) and NWAC (Northwest) championships:

NJCAA Division I

• Walters State (Tenn.) vs. Cowley (Kan.)
• Navarro (Texas) vs. Chipola (Fla.)
• Chattahoochee Valley (Ala.) vs. New Mexico
• Central Arizona vs. Monroe (N.Y.)
• Iowa Western vs. Connors State (Okla.)

NJCAA Divison II

• Pearl River (Miss.) and Madison (Wis.) earned first-round byes as the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds, respectively 
• (7) Northeast vs. (10) Monroe CC (N.Y.)
• (8) Pasco-Hernando (Fla.) vs. (9) Lackawanna (Penn.)
• (3) Mesa (Ariz.) vs. (6) Lincoln Land (Ill.)
• (4) Kellogg (Mich.) vs. (5) NOC-Enid (Okla.)

NJCAA Division III

• (1) Rowan-Gloucester (N.J.) vs. (8) Rhode Island
• (2) Brookhaven (N.J.) vs. (7) Rockingham (N.C.)
• (3) Cumberland (N.J.) vs. (6) Century (Minn.)
• (4) Herkimer (N.Y.) vs. (5) Oakton (Ill.)

CCCAA (California State Championship)

•  (1-NorCal) San Joaquin Delta vs. (2-SoCal) El Camino
•  (1-SoCal) Orange Coast vs. (2-NorCal) Sacramento City 

NWAC (Northwest Athletics Conference)

• Edmonds (Wash.) vs. Spokane (Wash.)
• Tacoma (Wash.) vs. Linn Benton (Ore.)
• Yakima Valley (Wash.) vs. Everett (Wash.) 
• Mt. Hood (Ore.) vs. Lower Columbia (Wash.) 

Rankings are based on games through Sunday, May 19.
Week(s) lists the team's record since the last update (May 7).



Rk. Prev. Team ST Record Week(s)
1 2 Walters State TN 52-9 5-0
2 8 Iowa Western IA 48-9 6-1
3 6 San Joaquin Delta CA 39-7 4-0
4 1 Wabash Valley IL 55-4 8-3
5 15 Cowley KS 45-12 6-1
6 18 Connors State OK 48-11 8-1
7 NR Chipola FL 38-18 5-1
8 3 Northwest Florida State FL 44-12 4-2
9 4 McLennan TX 42-17 3-2
10 20 Orange Coast CA 35-8-1 4-0
11 24 Central Arizona AZ 45-19 5-1
12 NR Pearl River MS 40-12 6-1
13 9 Southern Nevada NV 46-12 5-2
14 10 Johnson County KS 46-12 3-2
15 NR El Camino CA 38-7 4-1
16 NR Chattahoochee Valley AL 35-18 4-0
17 5 LSU-Eunice LA 51-8 3-2
18 7 Wallace-Dothan AL 44-10 2-2
19 NR New Mexico NM 42-15 4-0
20 12 San Jacinto TX 41-13 0-0
21 NR Madison WI 40-9 6-0
22 NR Sacramento City CA 34-13 4-2
23 NR Navarro TX 38-16 4-0
24 NR Monroe NY 32-17 3-0
25 11 Central Florida FL 44-9 1-2

Dropped out: John A. Logan (13), Crowder (14), Harford (16), Jefferson (17), Gordon State (19), Florida SouthWestern (21), Ohlone (22), Sinclair (23), Santa Rosa (25)



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