Rocky men remain 11th in NAIA poll

2014-03-04T17:30:00Z 2014-03-04T23:58:05Z Rocky men remain 11th in NAIA pollGazette Staff The Billings Gazette
March 04, 2014 5:30 pm  • 

Rocky Mountain College remained 11th in the NAIA Top 25 men's basketball poll, which was released on Tuesday afternoon.

Coach Bill Dreikosen's Battlin' Bears were idle last weekend and are 21-7 overall. Rocky will be at home on Friday night to play unranked University of Great Falls in the semifinals of the Frontier Conference tournament.

Utah's Westminster College, 18-11, and Montana State Northern, 23-8, are tied for 19th in the national balloting.

That represents a climb of two spots for Westminster and a drop of one position for MSU Northern.

For the sixth consecutive week, Cal State San Marcos, 28-1 is No. 1 for the men.

Westminster (No. 3), Lewis-Clark State (No. 15) and Montana State Northern (No. 21) stayed put in the women's Top 25.

Westminster is 22-2 overall, L-C State is 25-4 and Northern has a 20-8 record.

Unbeaten Vanguard, Calif., 25-0, topped the women's poll for the 11th straight week.

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