NJCAA Announces Fourth Regular Season Basketball Polls

National Junior College Athletic Association

Charlotte, NC –  The NJCAA National Office announced its latest men’s and women’s basketball rankings across all three divisions.

Otero (CO) improved to 12-0 on the year to crack the top-five in the latest NJCAA DI Men’s Basketball poll. Ranger (TX) and Hutchinson (KS) maintained the top two spots with undefeated records.

Gulf Coast State (FL) entered the month of December as the No. 1 team in the NJCAA DI Women’s Basketball poll, the fourth consecutive week the Commodores were the unanimous No. 1. South Plains (TX) and Trinity Valley (TX) rounded out the top-five.

Undefeated Kirkwood (IA) collected all seven first-place votes to stay atop the NJCAA DII Women’s Basketball poll followed by Johnson County (KS) and North Iowa Area. 13 unbeaten teams found themselves in this week’s top-20 or receiving votes category.

In the men’s DII poll, North Iowa Area received a first-place vote, but it was Johnson County (KS) once again that headlined this week’s rankings, the fourth consecutive feat for the Cavaliers.

9-0 Sandhills (NC) held strong at No. 1 in the NJCAA DIII Men’s Basketball poll. Eastfield (TX) received a first-place vote while Richland (TX) earned a pair of first-place votes to round out the top three.

Hostos (NY) received 60 points to top the NJCAA DIII Women’s Basketball poll for the fourth consecutive week. North Country (NY) and Massasoit (MA) held steady at No. 2 and 3, respectively.

For all official NJCAA rankings, click each link below:

NJCAA DI Men’s Basketball Poll
NJCAA DII Men’s Basketball Poll
NJCAA DIII Men’s Basketball Poll
NJCAA DI Women’s Basketball Poll
NJCAA DII Women’s Basketball Poll
NJCAA DIII Women’s Basketball Poll

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