• Today
    Montreat at 64
    Campbell University 90
  • Yesterday
    St. Andrews at 50
    University of Findlay 85
  • Yesterday
    Milligan at 53
    Lamar University 80
  • Thursday, Dec 18
    St. Andrews at 66
    Marygrove College 49
  • Wednesday, Dec 17
    Milligan at 76
    Louisiana-Lafayette 115
  • Wednesday, Dec 17
    Faulkner University at 90
    Point 70
  • Wednesday, Dec 17
    Kentucky Christian University at 70
    Truett-McConnell 81
  • Monday, Dec 15
    Kentucky Christian at 100
    Point 103
  • Monday, Dec 15
    Bryan at 77
    Bethel University 88
  • Monday, Dec 15
    Fisk University at (OT) 85
    Reinhardt 92
  • Monday, Dec 15
    Hiwassee College at 64
    Truett-McConnell 77
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Columbia International University at 59
    St. Andrews 67
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Bryan at 61
    Tennessee Temple 64
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Montreat at 68
    Presbyterian 79
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Milligan at 71
    Bridgewater College 81
    Don Glick Classic
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Union at 61
    University of the Cumberlands 63
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Tennessee Wesleyan at 74
    Carson-Newman 98
  • Saturday, Dec 13
    Bluefield at 61
    Liberty Univeristy 79
  • Friday, Dec 12
    Milligan vs 83
    Eastern Mennonite University 88
    Don Glick Classic
  • Friday, Dec 12
    Point at 74
    Albany State 76
Bluefield College Bryan College Columbia College Milligan College Montreat College Point University
Reinhardt University SCAD Atlanta St. Andrews University Tennessee Wesleyan College Truett-McConnell College Union College
Men's Basketball - Mon, Feb. 20, 2012

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tennessee Wesleyan finally entered the NAIA Division II Men's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll as it came in at No. 24, the NAIA announced Monday.

The Bulldogs (21-9 overall, 14-2 Appalachian Athletic Conference) are currently on a nine-game winning streak and won the AAC regular-season championship. This is the first time Tennessee Wesleyan has been ranked since being No. 23 in the Jan. 17, 2007, poll.

Reinhardt (Ga.) (16-11 overall, 11-5 AAC) also received a vote.

Northwood (Fla.) leapfrogged Oregon Tech for the No. 1 ranking in the 10th installment of the NAIA Coaches' Top 25 Poll. The top position is the seventh overall for the Seahawks this year and they move up thanks to a loss by Oregon Tech on Feb. 18. The two schools have been swapping back-and-forth on top for the last three weeks.

With 12 of the possible 14 first-place votes, Northwood gathered 373 total points. The Seahawks, who are tied with No. 5 McPherson (Kan.) for the most wins in the NAIA (27), host one of the opening round games in The Sun Conference Tournament on Tuesday.

Improving two spots is No. 2 Dordt (Iowa). The Defenders notched the remaining two first-place votes to go along with 358 points. They tie for their highest ranking on the year. Holding the top seed in the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tournament, Dordt hosts Concordia (Neb.) on Wednesday.

Despite a 90-79 loss to Corban (Ore.) on Feb. 18, No. 3 Oregon Tech still wrapped up its fourth-straight Cascade Collegiate Conference regular-season title. The Hustlin' Owls posted 344 total points and welcome College of Idaho to Klamath Falls, Ore., on Wednesday in the first round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference Tournament.

No. 4 Davenport (Mich.) fell one spot after it had its six-game winning streak stopped on Feb. 18, 83-73, to Cornerstone (Mich.). One of three teams to hold from last week, fifth-ranked McPherson (Kan.) recorded 330 points to round out the top five. The Bulldogs won the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference outright for the first time since 1945.

To view the entire poll, click here.