Div 1 Div 2 Div 3
#1 Central Arizona College Northern Oklahoma Enid Cumberland
#2 Iowa Western Pearl River Tyler
#3 Walters State LSU Eunice Rowan Gloucester
#4 Wabash Valley Itawamba Herkimer
#5 Cowley County Sinclair Northampton
#6 McLennan Mesa St. Cloud Tech
#7 Southern Nevada Madison Niagara County
#8 John A. Logan Western Oklahoma State Century
#9 Northwest Florida State Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa Oakton
#10 Connors State Northwest Mississippi Rockingham
#11 Jefferson College (MO) Lansing Brookdale
#12 Crowder College Kellogg Brookhaven
#13 New Mexico Jones County Rhode Island
#14 Gordon State Lackawanna Camden County
#15 Central Florida Lincoln Land Bergen
#16 San Jac Pasco-Hernando State Hudson Valley
#17 Chipola Northeast Coastal Bend
#18 Wallace-Dothan Kankakee Suffolk County
#19 Yavapai Kirkwood Ocean County
#20 Monroe Mississippi Gulf Coast Middlesex County
#21 Navarro Parkland Rock Valley
#22 Chattahoochee Valley Meridian Erie
#23 Seminole State (OK) Monroe CC Finger Lake
#24 Harford Brunswick North Lake
#25 Johnson County Mercer County Northern Essex

Plus 5:

Div 1- Mineral Area, Arizona Western, Salt Lake, Grayson, Odessa

Div 2- Des Moines Area, Miles, Bismark State, Hinds, McHenry County

Div 3- Riverland, Cayuga, Prince Georges, Owens, Minnesota State


One thought on “The Way-Too-Early “4th” of July Top 25 + 5”
  1. Division 2 – Ivy Tech of Northeast Indiana is new program and a team to be reckoned with, watch out. Way Too Early Prediction: Ivy Tech will break the top 20 in 2019-2020 and quite possibly make the World Series. Coach Hershberger is building a championship team.

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