The JBB Week 6 Rankings Presented by The Great Lake Bat Co.

The JBB Week 6 Rankings Presented by the Great Lake Bat Co.

After last week we did not think things could get any crazier… Well we were wrong! So let’s just dive in and see how crazy it actually was.


NJCAA Division 1:


-The top two spots remained the same. John A. Logan continued their winning ways and moved to 16-0. While Wabash Valley swept their weekend to bring them to 11-2.


Yavapai moves up one spot to #3 after a 4-0 week in which they topped the then #2 ranked division 2 team Mesa, and then took two from a very good Cochise team. It brought their overall record to 19-2.


McLennan moves up one to #4 after a 2-0 week which brought them to an over all 12-4.


-The next two spots belong to Iowa Western and Cowley. These two squared off this past week both splitting. Both now have 10-4 records. Iowa Western dropped from #3 to #5; While Cowley jumps from #8 to #6.


Connors drops one spot to #7 after going 5-1 on the week dropping just one game to Rose State


Grayson dropped their mid week game against Navarro but then put together a very impressive weekend which they swept their weekend series against Carl Albert and out scored them 56-14. This week dropped them just one spot to #8.


-The next two spots go to teams that are making it into the Top 10 for the first time this year. 


-Crowder jumps 7 spots to break into the top 10 at #9. They had a 7-0 week. The started it with a 31-0 win over Labette. Then swept Lake Land out scoring them 15-1 in two games. They finished the weekend with a 5 game sweep of Indian hills out scoring them by a total of 52-11. This past week they outscored their opponents by an outrageous 98-12.


Johnson County rounds out the Top 10 this week jumping up 10 spots to the Ten Spot. They were 4-0 on the week with a 4 game sweep of then #8 Kirkwood


Other Notable Division 1 Moves:


Jefferson Up 6 from #17 to #11

-Pima Drops 6 from #9 to #15

-Chipola Drops 6 from #10 to #16

Walters State Drops 7 from #11 to #18

Butler goes from Unranked to #24


NJCAA Division 2

This is where things get crazy. For the second week in a row the Division two ranks flipped all around. 


LSU-Eunice remains at #1 going 5-0 outscoring their opponents 78-7.


NOC-Tonkawa jump 3 spots to #2 after a 4-0 week. 


Pearl Rivers moves up 1 spot to #3 after a 3-0 week win which they saw a double header No-Hitter early in the week. 


Mesa drops 2 to #4 after a 1-3 weekend. Those losses as stated in the Division 1 recap were to the then #4 and now #3 Yavapai. They then split with the then #17 GateWay


Kankakee moves up 2. They still have not played any games but people keep losing so hey Cavs looks like being one of the last teams to start playing has paid off so far 😉


Sinclair drops 3 spots to #6 after a 0-3 weekend when they took on a team looking in from the outside of the Division 1 Top 25 in Georgia Highlands


Southeastern counties to roll going 4-0 and making them 11-1 on the season. This jumped them up to the #7 spot. 


Northwest Mississippi moves up 6 spots to #8 after a 5-0 week. 


Hinds makes the biggest jump this week jumping 12 spots to #9. This past week they went 4-0 sweeping then #18 Jones, and then Delgado


-Rounding out the Top 10 is Catawba Valley. They went 2-2 on the week losing two games to Pitt. This dropped them to just 1 spot and brings their overall record to 8-3.


Other Notable Division 2 Moves:


Northeast Mississippi jumps 2 from #13 to #11

Kirkwood Drops 4 to from #9 to #12 

Cuyahoga Drops 7 from #6 to #13

Itawamba Jumps 8 form #22 to #14

North Iowa Area Jumps 7 from #25 to #18

Delaware Tech goes from Unranked to #20

Frederick goes from Unranked to #21

Western Oklahoma State Drops 10 from #15 to #25

NJCAA Division 3:

More Division 3 schools started playing but not much changed.


Rowan Gloucester remains at #1. 


Herkimer, Niagara, and Northampton all move up 1 spot.


Bergen dropped 3 spots from #2 to #5 after going 1-1 on the sweek splitting with SUNY Adirondack.


Cumberlands stayed at #6. They were 1-0-1 on the week with their win being a 30-1 score.


Tyler, St. Cloud Tech, Rockingham, Hudson Valley, Brookhaven, and Coastal Bend all remain the same as last week going #7-#12



For the third time this year the CCCAA top spot has changed. 


Santa Ana jumps 4 spots to claim the #1 spot. They were 3-0 on the week with 2 big wins over the then #9 team Glendale


Sac City remains at the #2 spot. They were 2-1 on the week losing one to then #22 Folsom Lake.


Cypress remains at #3 going 1-0 on the week. 


Ohlone drops from #1 to #4. They were 1-2 on the week losing to Canada and then #13 San Mateo


Riverside move up 2 to #5 after a 2-0 week.


Fresno jump 2 spots to #6 after a 3-0 week.


Long Beach jump 3 spots to #7. 


Santa Rosa won their series this past week over then #15 Sierra 2-1 but still dropped 2 spots to #8.


Cuesta makes their first appearance in the Top 10. They swept their week going 3-0 which takes them to 12-4 overall. This jumped them from #11 to #9.


San Joaquin Delta rounds out the top 10 dropping from #4 to #10. They were 1-2 on the week losing the series to Modesto


Other Notable CCCAA Moves:


Saddleback jumps 3 from #14 to #11

El Camino jump 3 from #16 to #12

Canada goes from Unranked to #24

San Diego City goes from Unranked to #25.

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