NJCAA Rankings

NJCAA team and individual rankings for November 6, 2017.

[eztable th=”0″ width=”500″],College,State,Points
1,Ellsworth,IA,61
2,Iowa Western,IA,51
2,North Idaho,ID,51
4,Iowa Central,IA,39
4,Western Wyoming,WY,39
6,Colby,KS,36
7,Iowa Lakes,IA,34
8,Northeastern Oklahoma A&M,OK,32
9,Northwest,WY,31
10,Clackamas,OR,30
11,North Iowa Area,IA,29
12,Rochester,MN,27
13,Niagara County,NY,24
14,Nassau,NY,23
15,Pratt,KS,22
16,Barton,KS,20
16,Northwest Kansas Tech,KS,20
18,Southwestern Oregon,OR,19
18,Spartanburg Methodist,SC,19
20,Muskegon,MI,12[/eztable]

Others Receiving Votes
[eztable th=”0″ width=”500″]College,State,Points
Highline,WA,10.0
Bergen,NJ,9.0
Camden County,NJ,9.0
Thaddeus Stevens Tech,PA,7.0
Harper,IL,6.0
Mercyhurst North East,PA,6.0
Northeastern,CO,4.0[/eztable]

125
1 – Todd Small – Iowa Central
2 – Benny Gomez – Muskegon
3 – Emmanuel Brown – Iowa Western
4 – Kelvys Gonzalex – Pratt
5 – Stefhen Caple – Thadeus Stevens
6 – Chris Pereira – Nassau
7 – Francisco Barrera – Southwestern
8 – DeVaughn Sapien – Clackamas

133
1 – D’Andre Brumfield – Iowa Western
2 – Otis Rollins – Colby
3 – Justin Folley – Ellsworth
4 – Taylor Jeffries – Northwest
5 – Demone McClinton – Pratt
6 – Chris Rosario – Bergen
7 – Munhbat Baterdene – Northwest Kansas Tech
8 – Jack Karstetter – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M

141
1 – Austin Anderly – NIACC
2 – Chris Deters – Colby
3 – Lane Hunter – Western Wyoming
4 – John Reina – Niagara
5 – John Arceri – Nassau
6 – Enkhbold Sukabaatar – Rochester
7 – Sammy Eckhart – Northeastern
8 – Matt Hofenbredl – Southwestern

149
1 – Anthony Maia – Iowa Lakes
2 – Josh Adams – Ellsworth
3 – Brent Evens – North Idaho
4 – Aaron Fountain – Spartanburg
5 – Kenny Astle – Western Wyoming
6 – Tristan Porsch – Colby
7 – Kendon Lee – Northeastern A&M
8 – Jasiah William – Clackamas

157
1 – Steven Lawrence – Ellsworth
2 – Alfred Daniel – Rochester
3 – Tell Ward – Iowa Western
4 – Dominic Demarco – Camden
5 – Antonio LaRocca – Nassau
6 – Thomas Stevenson – North Idaho
7 – Samuel Freeman – Western Wyoming
8 – Ryan Sebesta – Niagara

165
1 – Wyatt Jordan – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
2 – Troy Keller – Niagara
3 – Trey Meyer – North Idaho
4 – Dayton Racer – Clackamas
5 – Brady Vogel – Iowa Central
6 – Caleb Dorsey – Harper
7 – Ryan Faught – NIACC
8 – Brady Brott – Iowa Lakes

174
1 – Antrez Clagon – Iowa Central
2 – Dylan Reel – Clackamas
3 – Matt Hebel – Western Wyoming
4 – Devin Crawl – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
5 – David Kelly – Barton
6 – James Taylor Ellis – Pratt
7 – Cody Kingery – Iowa Western
8 – Luke Bohn – Bergen

184
1 – Levi Perry – North Idaho
2 – Isaiah Cox – Iowa Lakes
3 – Evan Makupson – Spartanburg
4 – Jaylen Lee – NIACC
5 – Anthony Collins – Ellsworth
6 – Deven Simpson – Mercyhurst North East
7 – Connor Kirkland – Western Wyoming
8 – Nick Maximov – Clackamas

197
1 – Tim Young – Ellsworth
2 – Wyatt Westfall – Southwestern
3 – Jeff Oakes – Northwest
4 – Mason Hawkins – Rochester
5 – Seth Ham – Iowa Western
6 – Ethan Dean – Barton
7 – Wade French – Western Wyoming
8 – Cayelon Barton – Iowa Lakes

285
1 – Odgerek Batkhishig – Northwest Kansas Technical College
2 – Lisiate Anau – Northwest
3 – Miguel Morales – Highline
4 – Damion Trujillo – North Idaho
5 – Brix Brickey – Barton
6 – Gabriel Ledesma – Colby
7 – Travis Gusan – Iowa Western
8 – Edwin Rubio – Nassau

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