Men's Basketball Moves up Two Spots to No. 18 in Mid Major Poll
STATESBORO, Ga. --- The Georgia Southern men’s basketball team has moved up two spots in the most recent edition of the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major poll released this week.
The Eagles now occupy the No. 18 position, the highest among all Southern Conference teams.
Georgia Southern has won seven straight games after defeating Fort Valley State 93-73 Monday. The team’s winning streak is the program’s longest before January since 1950.
St. Mary’s (Calif.) holds the top spot in the poll, followed by Gonzaga and Butler.
Davidson, a member of the SoCon, dropped from No. 8 to No. 22.
|1||St. Mary’s (20)||7-0||750||3|
|7||UC Santa Barbara||9-1||511||14|
|9||Sam Houston State||8-0||508||11|
|19||Cal State Fullerton||4-2||214||16|
|25||Stephen F. Austin||7-1||82||NR|
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES
Arkansas Little Rock 78, Winthrop 73, Drake 64, Wright State 60, Belmont 55, Old Dominion 53, Central Arkansas 36, Drexel 29, North Texas 29, James Madison 25, Cleveland State 21, Santa Clara 19, South Alabama 16, Morgan State 14, Ohio 13, UMBC 12, UNC Wilmington 12, Hampton 9, Western Michigan 9, Gardner-Webb 6, Illinois State 6, Siena 6, Wisconsin Green Bay 5, UNC Asheville 5, Colgate 3, Wofford 1.
2007-08 opponents in italics
- Category: Men's Basketball
- Published on Tuesday, 11 December 2007 00:25