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Division III D3hoops.com College Basketball Poll

Team (First-place votes)RecordPointsPrevious Rank
1. Wisconsin-Stevens Point Pointers (25) 27-5 625 8
2. Augustana (IL) Vikings 27-5 600 6
3. Virginia Wesleyan Marlins 27-6 555 9
4. Babson (MA) Beavers 29-3 542 4
5. Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets 28-3 539 1
6. Dickinson (PA) Red Devils 24-6 456 10
7. Emory (GA) Eagles 22-6 410 11
8. Marietta (OH) Pioneers 28-4 408 12
9. Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks 24-4 373 2
10. St. Thomas (MN) Tommies 24-4 363 3
11. St. Norbert (WI) Green Knights 24-2 344 5
12. Albertus Magnus (CT) Falcons 28-2 339 7
13. Johns Hopkins (MD) Blue Jays 25-5 336 15
14. Mount Union (OH) Purple Raiders 24-7 253 19
15. Whitworth (WA) Pirates 25-4 237 13
16. St. Olaf (MN) Oles 23-6 234 24
17. Trinity (CT) Bantams 23-7 212 NR
18. St. John Fisher (NY) Cardinals 25-5 187 20
19. East Texas Baptist Tigers 26-6 184 25
20. Washington (MO) Bears 20-6 128 14
21. Richard Stockton (NJ) Ospreys 23-6 117 17
22. Bates (ME) Bobcats 21-7 88 NR
23. Ohio Wesleyan Battling Bishops 22-6 87 16
24. Wooster (OH) Fighting Scots 23-7 78 22
25. Northwestern (MN) Eagles 20-10 66 NR
Others Receiving Votes: Illinois Wesleyan 56; Scranton 53; WPI 52; Elmhurst 50; DePauw 41; Catholic 32; North Central (IL) 24; Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 12; William Paterson 9; Defiance 8; Amherst 8; Franklin and Marshall 5; John Carroll 3; Salisbury 3; Skidmore 3; Eastern Conn. St. 2; Calvin 2; Dubuque 1.
As of March 24, 2015, at 09:31 AM ET

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