• Friday, Mar 18
    Bluefield at 89
    Alice Lloyd College 79
    NCCAA National Tournament in Winona Lake, Ind.
  • Thursday, Mar 17
    Bluefield vs 81
    Ohio Christian 98
    NCCAA National Tournament in Winona Lake, Ind.
  • Wednesday, Mar 16
    Bluefield vs 66
    Southwestern Christian University 74
    NCCAA National Tournament in Winona Lake, Ind.
  • Saturday, Mar 12
    Alice Lloyd College at (OT) 77
    Bluefield 79
    NCCAA Mid-East Region Championship
  • Friday, Mar 11
    Hiwassee at 65
    Bluefield 76
    NCCAA Mid-East Region Semifinal
  • Thursday, Mar 10
    Tennessee Wesleyan at 64
    Valley City State University 65
  • Wednesday, Mar 9
    California State University-Maritime vs 81
    Union 70
  • Saturday, Feb 27
    Bluefield vs 57
    Union 71
  • Friday, Feb 26
    Bluefield at 72
    Tennessee Wesleyan 66
  • Friday, Feb 26
    Reinhardt vs 90
    Union 98
  • Thursday, Feb 25
    Bluefield vs 68
    Milligan 58
    Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament Quarterfinal
  • Thursday, Feb 25
    Union vs 87
    Montreat 68
  • Thursday, Feb 25
    Bryan vs 80
    Reinhardt 84
  • Thursday, Feb 25
    Truett-McConnell at 77
    Tennessee Wesleyan 93
    2016 AAC Tournament
  • Wednesday, Feb 24
    St. Andrews vs 71
    Truett-McConnell 72
    2016 AAC Tournament
  • Wednesday, Feb 24
    Montreat vs (OT) 70
    Point 68
  • Monday, Feb 22
    Tennessee Wesleyan vs 90
    Union 83
  • Saturday, Feb 20
    Bluefield at 87
    Reinhardt 66
  • Saturday, Feb 20
    Tennessee Wesleyan at 100
    Montreat 84
  • Saturday, Feb 20
    Warren Wilson at 78
    Milligan 83
Allen University Bluefield College Bryan College Columbia College Milligan College Montreat College Point University
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Men's Basketball - Wed, Feb. 29, 2012

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tennessee Wesleyan is tied for the No. 23 in the final regular-season installment of the 2011-12 NAIA Division II Men's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll, announced Wednesday by the national office.

The Bulldogs (24-9 overall) received 105 total points as did poll newcomer Saint Francis (Ind.) to land 23rd. 

Tennessee Wesleyan won both the Appalachian Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament championships. In the tournament title game, it defeated second-seeded Reinhardt (Ga.) 52-50 on a last-second shot.

The Eagles were the only other AAC squad to pick up any votes as they garnered three.


For the eighth time this year, Northwood (Fla.) holds the No. 1 position in the NAIA Coaches' Top 25 Poll. With all 14 first-place votes and 374 points, the Seahawks wrapped up the regular-season with a 30-3 record and were champions of The Sun Conference Tournament.

Qualifiers for the 21st annual NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Championship will be announced today at 3 p.m. CST on Ten at-large selections will be added to the 21 automatic berths, along with host school Ozarks (Mo.). The official 32-team bracket will then be unveiled by 6 p.m. CST on

No. 2 Oregon Tech bumps up one spot with 357 points. Davenport (Mich.) also slides up once to No. 3 with 346 points. After a loss in the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tournament championships, Dordt (Iowa) falls two positions to No. 4. Fifth-ranked McPherson (Kan.) holds with 327 points.

No. 23 (tie) Saint Francis bumped out Valley City State (N.D.) (No. 25). The Cougars advanced to the title game in the Mid-Central College Conference tournament as the No. 4 seed. Saint Francis was out of the poll for one week on Feb. 20.

The Mid-Central College Conference boasts the most programs ranked in the Top 25: No. 11 Grace (Ind.), No. 13 Indiana Wesleyan, No. 19 Marian (Ind.) and Saint Francis. Overall, 12 of the 14 conferences and independents are represented this week.

The poll was voted upon by a panel of head coaches representing each of the conferences and independents. The postseason Division II Men's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll will be announced on March 19.

To view the entire poll, click here.