12/26/2008 5:44 AM
Colorado Springs has led the standings for the past 5 seasons. It's very difficult to maintain the top spot. Great job, knuckledrag3!
12/26/2008 5:02 PM
Well, I got San Francisco St. (under my kane1973 account) all the way up to #4.....they are now available for someone looking for a solid program....hopefully a good coach can continue their ascent up the dynasty ladder....
2/12/2009 4:07 AM
DYNASTY UPDATE

New to the list are: Mesa St;, Cal-Poly Pomona; Pitt-Johnstown; Kentucky Wesleyan; Lemoyne-Owen; and So. Arkansas. Congratulations!

Rankings, including last season:

LS

1. 1. Colorado-Colorado Springs

10. 2. E. Central

13. 3. Pace

4. 4. San Francisco St.

3. 5. USC Aiken

7. 6. Bluefield St.

9. 7. St. Martin's

5. 8. No. Michigan

22. 9. Wisconsin-Parkside

6. 10. Henderson St.



8. 11. Lake Superior St.

2. 12. W. Florida

32. 13. Northern St.

15. 14. Clayton St.

11. 15. Colo. School of Mines

27. 16. Lewis

17. 17. Kentucky St.

24. 18. Seattle Pacific

12. 19. Valdosta St.

16. 20. Johnson C. Smith

14. 21. Oakland City

18. 22. Fairmont St.

23. 23. Florida Southern

36. 24. Cal-Dominquez Hills

21. 25. Golden-Beacom

Almost making the top 25 are:

26. Central St.; 27. Shaw; 28. Drury; 29. Missouri S & T; 30. Cent. Oklahoma; 31. So. Indiana; 32. Indiana (PA); 33. UMass-Lowell; 34. Dowling; 35. Presbyterian; 36. Nyack; 37. Slippery Rock; 38. St Michael's; 39. Hawaii-Hilo; 40. American International; 41. Mesa St; 42. BYU-Hawaii; 43. Adelphi; 44. Cal-Poly Pomona; 45. CSU-San Bernadino; 46. Pitt-Johnstown; 47. Alabama-Huntsville; 48. Bowie St; 49.New Haven; 50. CSU-Bakersfield; 51. St. Andrew's; 52. Rockhurst; 53. Kentucky Wesleyan; 54. Lemoyne-Owen; 55. N. M. Highlands; 56. Nova SE; 57. Anderson; 58. Mercyhurst; 59. So. Arkansas; 60. Ft. Hays St; 61. Augustana; 62. St. Thomas Aquinas
2/17/2009 6:12 PM
Wow! What a difference a championship makes. #2 behind the mighty CCS.
2/19/2009 3:05 PM
So. Arkansas #59 Took long enough to get on this list. Will be off next year
4/4/2009 4:44 AM
DYNASTY UPDATE

New to the list are: Bloomfield, Concordia (NY), Benedict, Assumption, Ashland, Philadelphia, Miles, Incarnate Word, Midwestern St., Wayne St. (MI), Minnesota St.-Mankato, and Queens (NY). Congratulations!

Rankings, including last season:

LS

3. 1. Pace

2. 2. E. Central

5. 3. USC Aiken

10. 4. Henderson St.

1. 5. Colorado-Colorado Springs

4. 6. San Francisco St.

6. 7. Bluefield St.

7. 8. St. Martin's

11. 9. Lake Superior St.

21. 10. Oakland City



8. 11. No. Michigan

9. 12. Wisconsin-Parkside

12. 13. W. Florida

13. 14. Northern St.

19. 15. Valdosta St.

16. 16. Lewis

17. 17. Kentucky St.

14. 18. Clayton St.

24. 19. Cal-Dominquez Hills

18. 20. Seattle Pacific

41. 21. Mesa St.

34. 22. Dowling

26. 23. Central St.

28. 24. Drury

25. 25. Goldey-Beacom

Almost making the top 25 are:

26. Missouri S & T; 27. So. Indiana; 28. Nyack; 29. Shaw; 30. Fla. Southern; 31. Cal Poly-Pomona; 32. Colo. School of Mines; 33. Hawaii-Hilo; 34. Adelphi; 35. Cent. Oklahoma; 36. Bloomfield; 37. Slippery Rock; 38. Presbyterian;39. St. Michael's; 40. CSU-San Bernadino;41. Indiana; 42. UMass-Lowell; 43. Concordia (NY); 44. Rockhurst; 45. Benedict; 46. Pitt-Johnstown; 47. Assumption; 48. New Haven; 49. Bowie St.; 50. Johnson C. Smith; 51. Ashland; 52. Philadelphia; 53. Alabama-Hunstville; 54. Fairmont St.; 55. Anderson; 56. Miles; 57. Nova SE; 58. Kentucky Wesleyan; 59. Incarnate Word; 60. American International; 61. Midwestern St.; 62. Wayne St. (MI); 63. CSU-Bakersfield; 64. BYU-Hawaii; 65. N.M. Highlands; 66. Minn St.-Mankato; 67. Queens (NC); 68. Ft. Hays St.; 69. Augustana (SD); 70. So. Arkansas; 71. St Thomas Aquinas
4/4/2009 1:25 PM
I am seriusly thinking about moving to DI. But the fact I am so close to the top 25...

And I am at A- prestige...

Tough choice.
4/6/2009 8:58 AM
Clayton State is available for a good hungry coach. The program has been in the top 25 of the dynasty list the last 5 or so seasons. The program has some great young kids for the right coach.
4/10/2009 9:23 AM
I'm glad Henderson State is back in the Top-5, right where we belong!
4/14/2009 8:52 AM
Glad to see I didn't hurt Mesa St. in the rankings my first year as coach, unfortunately this is going to be a tough year for the Mavs. We'll see what we can do.
4/15/2009 6:48 PM
I just reserved Tiffin University for next season. Any way for me to follow their progress for THIS season before I take over the helm?
5/24/2009 4:47 AM
DYNASTY UPDATE

New to the list are: Florida Gulf Coast, No. Dakota, Augusta St.; Lenoir-Rhyne; Bellarmine, Florida Tech, So. Connecticut, Truman St., Arkansas-Monticello, Albany St., Colorado St-Pueblo, Lemoyne-Owen, Longwood, Millersville, and LIU-Southhampton. Congratulations!

Rankings, including last season:

LS

3. 1. USC Aiken

1. 2. Pace

4. 3. Henderson St

10. 4. Oakland City

nr 5. Florida Gulf Coast

9. 6. Lake Superior St.

12. 7. Wisconsin-Parkside

6. 8. San Francisco. St

7. 9. Bluefield St.

13. 10. W. Florida



5. 11. Colorado-Colorado Springs

2. 12. E. Central

14. 13. Northern St.

15. 14. Valdosta St.

37. 15. Slippery Rock

11. 16. N. Michigan

46. 17. Pittsburgh-Johnstown

16. 18. Lewis

8. 19. St. Martin's

17. 20. Kentucky St.

20. 21. Seattle Pacific

18. 22. Clayton St.

22. 23. Dowling

32. 24. Colorado School of Mines

29. 25. Shaw

Almost making the Top 25 are:

26. Central St.; 27. New Haven; 28. North Dakota; 29. Missouri S & T; 30. Cal-Poly Pomona; 31. Nyack; 32. Drury; 33. Assumption; 34. Concordia (NY); 35. Augusta St.; 36. Bloomfield; 37. Alabama-Huntsville; 38. Florida Southern; 39. Goldey-Beacom; 40. Philadelphia; 41. U. Mass-Lowell; 42. Adelphi; 43. CSU-San Bernadino; 44. Rockhurst; 45. Anderson; 46. Bowie St.; 47. Miles; 48. Mesa St.; 49. Lenoir-Rhyne; 50. California-Dominquez Hills; 51. Fairmont St; 52. Bellarmine; 53. Florida Tech; 54. Midwestern St; 55. Johnson C. Smith; 56. Nova Southeastern; 57. Cent. Oklahoma; 58. So. Connecticut; 59. Wayne St. (MI); 60. Hawaii-Hilo; 61. Truman St; 62. Arkansas-Monticello; 63. St. Michael's; 64. So. Indiana; 65. Ft. Hays St.; 66. Incarnate Word; 67. Albany St; 68. Colorado St.-Pueblo; 69. Lemoyne-Owen; 70. Indiana; 71. Longwood; 72. BYU-Hawaii; 73. Millersville; 74. So. Arkansas; 75. LIU-Southhampton; 76. Augustana (SD); 77. Queens (NC); 78. Presbyterian
5/27/2009 3:10 PM
how is Pace above Aiken, when Aiken has, in the last 5 years: 2 National Championships, 1 Elite 8, 2 Sweet Sixteens; and Pace has: 1 National Championship, 1 Finalist, 1 Final Four, 1 2nd round, 1 1st round?

To me, the difference between a championship and a runner-up for a year should be more than the difference between an Elite 8 and a Final Four...not to mention the difference between the two Sweet Sixteens and the 1st and 2nd round exits. No offense to Pace meant.
5/27/2009 8:09 PM


I double-checked the figures and you're correct. Aiken should be #1. When Aiken won the NT four years ago, I had only given them credit for being the runner-up.

I've corrected the list. Thanks!
5/28/2009 12:04 PM
Quote: Originally Posted By alblack56 on 5/27/2009


I double-checked the figures and you're correct. Aiken should be #1. When Aiken won the NT four years ago, I had only given them credit for being the runner-up.

I've corrected the list. Thanks!

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