Super Region Four Rankings Posted, Wayne State Sitting Sixth

Super Region Four Rankings Posted, Wayne State Sitting Sixth

WAYNE – After being listed alphabetically during the first NCAA Super Region Four football rankings, Wayne State College is now tabbed sixth.

According to a release from Wayne State Athletics, 34 teams from the NSIC, Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Lone Star Conference and Great Northwest Athletic Conference comprise Super Region Four.

Wayne State College is 7-2 on the season and the second regional rankings has the Wildcats in sixth.

A total of 28 teams will advance to the NCAA Division II football championship this season (seven from each region) with 12 first-round games scheduled to be played on Saturday, November 19. The top seed in each selection region (super region) will receive a bye in the first round of the playoffs.

Angelo State (LSC) of Texas, the lone unbeaten team in Super Region 4 at 9-0, is ranked first in the region followed by six teams all with 7-2 records. Colorado School of Mines (RMAC) at second with Winona State third and Minnesota State-Mankato fourth.

Sioux Falls is fifth, Wayne State sixth and Bemidji State seventh while 5-2 Texas A&M-Kingsville (LSC) listed eighth, Augustana (6-3) ninth and Central Washington (LSC) is 10th at 5-2 in region.

With two weeks remaining on the regular season, Wayne State College will close out South Division play at #25 Sioux Falls on Saturday, November 5 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota at 1 p.m.

The Wildcats have won back-to-back home games of 20-14 over Southwest Minnesota State on October 22 and 56-14 over Upper Iowa this past weekend. The Cougars have dropped two straight at Winona State (20-17) and home vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (38-24).

WSC will close out the regular season hosting MSU Moorhead on Saturday, November 12 at noon in a cross division game.

The NCAA DII Football selection show is set to air on on Sunday, November 13 at 4 p.m. (CT).


RK School (Conf) DII Rec In-Reg
1 Angelo State (LSC) 9-0 9-0
2 Colorado School of Mines (RMAC) 7-2 7-1
3 Winona State (NSIC)  7-2 7-2
4 Minnesota State (NSIC) 7-2 7-2
5 Sioux Falls (NSIC)  7-2 7-2
6 Wayne State (NSIC) 7-2 7-2
7 Bemidji State (NSIC)  7-2 7-2
8 Texas A&M-Kingsville (LSC) 5-2 5-2
9 Augustana (NSIC) 6-3 6-3
10 Central Washington (LSC) 5-3 5-2