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Siena Heights Football: Saints almost make top 25

The NAIA released its Football Coaches’ Spring Top 25 rankings on Monday, and Siena Heights narrowly missed appearing on the list.

The Saints were among three other teams also receiving votes from coaches. SHU went 5-5 last season and garnered seven votes in the preseason poll.

Previous Rank
School (First place votes)
2013 Record
Total Points
11Grand View (Iowa) (13)14-0288
23Carroll (Mont.)12-2270
32Comberlands (Ky.)13-1262
44Morningside (Iowa)11-2259
55Baker (Kan.)11-2244
66Saint Francis (Ind.)9-3236
77Missouri Valley9-2227
88Tabor (Kan.)10-3192
910Faulkner (Ala.)9-3190
1011Rocky Mountain (Mont.)9-4183
119Benedictine (Kan.)10-2182
1212Georgetown (Ky.)7-4168
1313Northwestern (Iowa)8-3161
1415Ottawa (Kan.)8-4147
1514Sterling (Kan.)93137
T1618Saint Xavier (Ill.)7-4111
T1616St. Ambrose (Iowa)7-4111
1819Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)8-3100
1917Friends (Kan.)8-397
2021St. Francis (Ill.)7-465
2120Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.)8-364
2222Langston (Okla.)6-453
2324Peru State (Neb.)7-433
24RVSouthern Oregon7-431
2523Cumberland (Tenn.)7-426

Others receiving votes: Eastern Oregon (25); Reinhardt (Ga.) (8); Siena Heights (7).

SHU kicks off its 2014 season by visiting Virginia Union at noon on Saturday, Sept. 6.

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