The Oracle ITA Division II Women’s Team Rankings expanded to include the top 50 programs in the nation. Once again powerhouses Indy and Barry claimed the top two spots in the nation. Both programs claimed the No. 1 seed in their respective regions in the NCAA Championship and will be looking to finish the season undefeated.
The rest of the top five saw a shakeup. Central Oklahoma, West Alabama, and Azusa Pacific all slid up one spot to cement themselves as top five programs. Despite being ranked No. 4 in the nation, West Alabama is the lone program out and is not a No. 1 seed for NCAAs. The Tigers will be competing in the South Region as the No. 2 seed behind Barry.
After winning the program’s first Peach Belt Conference tournament championship, Flagler moved up six spots in the Oracle ITA Rankings and secured the No. 1 seed in the Southeast Region. 
The Oracle ITA Division II Women’s Singles Rankings and Doubles Rankings were also released Friday.

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Oracle/ITA Division II Women’s Rankings

Top 50 National Teams
Coaches Poll administered by the ITA
May 6, 2021

RankSchoolRecordTrendPrevious Rank
1Univ. of Indianapolis (8)19-01
2Barry University10-02
3University Of Central Oklahoma18-1▲14
4University of West Alabama17-2▲15
5Azusa Pacific University15-2▲16
6Nova Southeastern University9-2▼-33
7Univ. of West Florida15-57
8Flagler (Fla.)15-4▲614
9Angelo State University14-3▲312
10Columbus State University14-410
11Saint Leo University7-3▼-38
12Southwest Baptist18-6▲113
13Wingate University16-1▲215
14Hawaii Pacific University7-3▼-311
15Lynn University6-4▼-69
16Washburn University16-2▲117
17University of North Georgia11-4▼-116
18Ferris State University16-1▲119
19Concordia University (Irvine)15-4▼-118
T20Midwestern State University12-720
T20Augustana University18-2▲121
22Queens University of Charlotte12-422
23Harding University16-2RV
24Biola University13-7RV
25Fresno Pacific University7-1025
26Auburn University Montgomery10-7▼-323
27Univ. of Charleston (West Virginia)14-3RV
28Concordia College (New York)8-0RV
29Indiana University of Pennsylvania13-3NR
30St. Marys University (Texas)15-5NR
31Academy of Art University5-7▼-724
32Rollins College5-4RV
33Grand Valley State University14-5NR
34Metropolitan State College of Denver13-10NR
35Florida Southern College4-5RV
36Northwest Missouri State11-7NR
T37Carson Newman University13-7NR
T37Tusculum University11-8NR
T37Univ. of Missouri, St. Louis11-4NR
T40Slippery Rock Univ. of Pennsylvania8-6NR
T40Southeastern Oklahoma State14-9NR
42Queens College (New York)3-1NR
43Point Loma Nazarene University (Calif.)7-9NR
44Drury University12-5NR
45Texas A&M, Kingsville8-8NR
46Mississippi College14-9NR
47University of Texas at Tyler3-1NR
T48Erskine College7-9NR
T48Franklin Pierce College12-0NR
50Christian Brothers University10-6NR

Other Receiving Votes (Alphabetical): Anderson University South Carolina, Cameron University, Dallas Baptist, Georgia College, Lee University, LeMoyne College, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Maryville University of Saint Louis, Missouri Western State University, Salem University, Southern New Hampshire University, St. Thomas Aquinas, Tiffin University, Univ. Of Illinois At Springfield, University of Hawaii Hilo, University of Mount Olive, Valdosta State University, Wayne State (MI), West Liberty University, West Virginia State University

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