ASU Ranked Seventh In Region Poll
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Augusta State, despite beating nationally-ranked USC Aiken on February 15, dropped two spots in the NCAA Southeast region poll released Wednesday.
The appearance marks a 32nd consecutive week Augusta State has appeared in the region poll, dating back to the 2006-07 season.
USC Aiken, which lost 58-53 at Christenberry Fieldhouse the same day the initial poll was released, moved up to the second spot.. Anderson (S.C.) jumped up four spots, buoyed by a season sweep of Lincolm Memorial, the top-ranked team in the region.
Georgia College also moved past the Jags into the sixth spot. The Bobcats fell to ASU 59-56 in Milledgeville in January.
The Jaguars head Lander in PBC action Wednesday, February 22 at 7:30 p.m. before closing out the regular season Saturday, February 25 at Armstrong Atlantic.
1 Lincoln Memorial (19-3)
2 S.C. Aiken (16-6)
3 King (Tenn.) (19-4)
4 Anderson (S.C.) (19-4)
5 Montevallo (17-7)
6 Georgia College (13-8)
7 Augusta State (13-9)
8 Mount Olive (17-7)
9 Queens (N.C.) (18-7)
10 Columbus State (12-9)
The complete list of rankings are available at http://www.ncaa.com/rankings/basketball-men/d2.