1993 NCAA Division II football rankings

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The 1993 NCAA Division II football rankings are from the NCAA Division II football committee. This is for the 1993 season.

Legend[edit]

  Increase in ranking
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  Not ranked previous week
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  Win–loss record
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  Number of first place votes
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Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

NCAA Division II Football Committee poll[edit]

Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 14[2]
Week 2
Sept 21[3]
Week 3
Sept 28[4]
Week 4
Oct 5[5]
Week 5
Oct 12[6]
Week 6
Oct 19[7]
Week 7
Oct 26[8]
Week 8
Nov 2[9]
Week 9
Nov 9[10]
1.North Dakota State (4)North Dakota State (1–0) (4)North Dakota State (2–0) (4)North Dakota State (3–0) (4)North Alabama (4–0) (3)North Alabama (5–0) (3)North Alabama (6–0) (3)North Alabama (7–0) (3)North Alabama (8–0) (3)North Alabama (9–0) (4)1.
2.North AlabamaNew Haven (2–0)North Alabama (2–0)North Alabama (3–0)New Haven (5–0) (1)New Haven (5–0) (1)New Haven (6–0) (1)New Haven (7–0) (1)New Haven (8–0) (1)New Haven (9–0)2.
3.Pittsburg StateNorth Alabama (1–0)New Haven (3–0)New Haven (4–0) тHampton (5–0)Hampton (6–0)Hampton (7–0)Hampton (8–0)Hampton (9–0)Hampton (10–0)3.
4.New Haven тPortland State (2–0)Portland State (3–0)Portland State (3–0) тMankato State (5–0)North Dakota (5–0)IUP (7–0)IUP (8–0)IUP (8–0)IUP (9–0)4.
5.Portland State тEast Texas State (2–0) тHampton (3–0)Hampton (4–0)Portland State (3–1)IUP (6–0)Portland State (4–2)Portland State (5–2)Portland State (6–2)Portland State (7–2)5.
6.East Texas StateHampton (2–0) тNorth Dakota (2–0)North Dakota (3–0)North Dakota (4–0)Portland State (3–2)Missouri Southern State (5–0–1)Missouri Southern State (6–0–1)Missouri Southern State (7–0–1)Missouri Southern State (8–0–1)6.
7.HamptonNorth Dakota (1–0)IUP (3–0)IUP (4–0)IUP (5–0)Valdosta State (5–1)Angelo State (6–1)Mankato State (7–1)Mankato State (8–1)UC Davis (8–1)7.
8.Texas A&IIUP (2–0)Mankato State (3–0)Mankato State (4–0)North Dakota State (3–1) тAngelo State (5–1)Mankato State (6–1)UC Davis (6–1)UC Davis (7–1)Albany State (10–0)8.
9.EdinboroMankato State (2–0)Valdosta State (2–1)Valdosta State (3–1)Valdosta State (4–1) тFerris State (5–0–1)UC Davis (5–1)Albany State (8–0)Albany State (9–0)North Dakota (8–1)9.
10.North DakotaValdosta State (1–1)UC Davis (2–0)Central Oklahoma (4–0)Angelo State (4–1)Missouri Southern State (4–0–1)Albany State (7–0)North Dakota (6–1)North Dakota (7–1)Ferris State (8–0–2)10.
11.West ChesterFerris State (2–0)Central Oklahoma (2–0)Ferris State (3–0–1)Ferris State (4–0–1)Mankato State (5–1)North Dakota (5–1)Ferris State (6–0–2)Ferris State (7–0–2)Angelo State (7–2)11.
12.Valdosta StateUC Davis (1–0)Ferris State (2–0–1)Angelo State (3–1)East Texas State (3–2)UC Davis (4–1)Ferris State (5–0–2)Wayne State (7–0)Wayne State (8–0)Mankato State (8–2)12.
13.Northeast Missouri StatePittsburg State (0–1)Wayne State (3–0)Wayne State (4–0)Grand Valley State (4–1)Albany State (6–0)Northern Colorado (6–1)Angelo State (6–2)Angelo State (6–2)Wayne State (9–0)13.
14.IUP [note 1]Gardner–Webb (1–0)Angelo State (2–1) тUC Davis (2–1)Albany State (5–0)Northern Colorado (5–1)Elon (6–1) тEdinboro (6–1)Edinboro (7–1)Carson–Newman (7–1–1)14.
15.Western State (CO)East Stroudsburg (1–0)Elon (3–0) тNorthern Colorado (4–0)Missouri Southern State (3–0–1)Wayne State (6–0)Wayne State (6–0) тCarson–Newman (5–1–1)Carson–Newman (6–1–1)Ashland (8–2)15.
16.Fort Valley StateCentral Oklahoma (2–0)Northern Colorado (3–0)Grand Valley State (3–1)Central Oklahoma (4–1)Abilene Christian (5–1) тCal Poly (5–1)Lenoir–Rhyne (6–1)Ashland (7–2)Millersville (8–1)16.
17.Mankato StateFort Valley State (1–1)Grand Valley State (2–1)Albany State (4–0)UC Davis (3–1)Elon (5–1) тEdinboro (5–1)Ashland (6–2)Northern Colorado (7–2)Pittsburg State (7–2)17.
18.Grand Valley StateAngelo State (1–1)Albany State (3–0) тNorthern Michigan (4–0)Wayne State (5–0)Edinboro (4–1)Grand Valley State (4–1–2)Cal Poly (5–2)Abilene Christian (7–2) тVirginia State (9–1)18.
19.Gardner–WebbWayne State (2–0)East Texas State (2–1) тLenoir–Rhyne (3–0)Northern Colorado (4–1)Grand Valley State (4–1–1)Carson–Newman (4–1–1)Northern Colorado (6–2)Pittsburg State (6–2) тTexas A&M–Kingsville (4–5)19.
20.East StroudsburgSlippery Rock (2–0)Shippensburg (3–0)East Texas State (2–2)Elon (4–1)Cal Poly (4–1)Abilene Christian (5–2) тAbilene Christian (6–2) тValdosta State (7–2) тEdinboro (7–2) т20.
21.      Valdosta State (5–2) тValdosta State (6–2) т North Dakota State (6–3) т21.
Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 14[2]
Week 2
Sept 21[3]
Week 3
Sept 28[4]
Week 4
Oct 5[5]
Week 5
Oct 12[6]
Week 6
Oct 19[7]
Week 7
Oct 26[8]
Week 8
Nov 2[9]
Week 9
Nov 9[10]
Dropped:
  • 8 Texas A&I
  • 9 Edinboro
  • 11 West Chester
  • 13 Northeast Missouri State
  • 15 Western State (CO)
  • 18 Grand Valley State
Dropped:
  • 13 Pittsburg State
  • 14 Gardner–Webb
  • 15 East Stroudsburg
  • 17 Fort Valley State
  • 20 Slippery Rock
Dropped:
  • 15 Elon
  • 20 Shippensburg
Dropped:
  • 18 Northern Michigan
  • 19 Lenoir–Rhyne
Dropped:
  • 8 North Dakota State
  • 12 East Texas State
  • 16 Central Oklahoma
NoneDropped:
  • 14 Elon
  • 18 Grand Valley State
Dropped:
  • 16 Lenoir–Rhyne
  • 18 Cal Poly
Dropped:
  • 17 Northern Colorado
  • 18 Abilene Christian
  • 20 Valdosta State

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In the actual printed polls, IUP was listed as Indiana (PA)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1993 NCAA Preseason Division II Poll". Daily Press. Newport News, Virginia. August 25, 1993. p. D2. Retrieved May 21, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  2. ^ "NCAA Division II". Courier-Post. Camden, New Jersey. September 14, 1993. p. 4C. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  3. ^ "NCAA Division II Poll". Daily Record. Morristown, New Jersey. September 21, 1993. p. B5. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  4. ^ "NCAA Division II Poll". Daily Record. Morristown, New Jersey. September 28, 1993. p. B6. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  5. ^ "NCAA Division II Poll". Daily Press. Newport News, Virginia. October 5, 1993. p. D2. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  6. ^ "NCAA Division II Poll". Daily Record. Morristown, New Jersey. October 12, 1993. p. B5. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  7. ^ "NCAA Division II football". Hartford Courant. Hartford, Connecticut. October 19, 1993. p. D7. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  8. ^ "NCAA Division II poll". The Jackson Sun. Jackson, Tennessee. October 26, 1993. p. 2C. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  9. ^ "NCAA Division II football". Hartford Courant. Hartford, Connecticut. November 2, 1993. p. D6. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  10. ^ "NCAA Division II football". Hartford Courant. Hartford, Connecticut. November 9, 1993. p. D6. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access