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AUM maintains no. 3 spot in NAIA Men's Tennis Coaches' Poll

The No. 3 Auburn University at Montgomery men's tennis team continued its stay in the top-five in the fifth edition of the NAIA Men's Tennis Coaches' Top 25 Poll, the NAIA announced on Wednesday.

The Senators, who are 19-3 on the year, tallied 262 total points and are just 19 points out of first place.

The top-five remained the same in the poll, with Fresno Pacific being the unanimous No. 1 team for the 13th consecutive week. Embry-Riddle maintained the No. 2 position, while Azusa Pacific (No. 4) and Oklahoma Christian (No. 5) rounded out the top five.

The poll was voted upon by a panel of head coaches representing each of the conferences/independents/unaffiliated groups. The next Top 25 poll will be announced on May 3.

2011 Men's Tennis Coaches' Top 25 Poll - April 19

RANK

LAST
WEEK

SCHOOL (1ST PLACE VOTES)

2011
RECORD

TOTAL
POINTS

1

1

Fresno Pacific University (Calif.) (11)

20-2

281

2

2

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Fla.)

14-6

270

3

3

Auburn University Montgomery (Ala.)

19-3

262

4

4

Azusa Pacific University (Calif.)

15-5

253

5

5

Oklahoma Christian University

17-1

249

6

7

Westmont College (Calif.)

11-5

236

7

6

Point Loma Nazarene University (Calif.)

13-4

225

8

9

Concordia University (Calif.)

8-13

210

9

19

William Carey University (Miss.)

10-8

203

10

NR

Union College (Ky.)

14-4

197

11

8

Xavier University (La.)

11-9

194

12

10

Vanguard University (Calif.)

4-9

189

13

11

Graceland University (Iowa)

8-4

182

14

14

Aquinas College (Mich.)

22-3

153

15

12

Shorter University (Ga.)

9-2

152

16

13

Saint Thomas University (Fla.)

13-3

151

17

NR

Lindsey Wilson College (Ky.)

11-5

131

18

15

Lewis-Clark State College (Idaho)

9-7

122

19

17

Olivet Nazarene University (Ill.)

13-2

117

T20

16

SCAD Savannah (Ga.)

7-4

113

T20

18

McKendree University (Ill.)

15-2

113

22

NR

Tennessee Wesleyan College

9-5

89

23

20

Martin Methodist College (Tenn.)

12-4

84

24

21

Webber International University (Fla.)

13-6

68

T25

25

Bethany College (Kan.)

17-3

48

T25

23

Lee University (Tenn.)

3-5

48

Others receiving votes: Campbellsville (Ky.) 47; Cumberland (Tenn.) 42; Lindenwood (Mo.) 39; Northwood (Fla.) 17; Northwestern Ohio 12; Belhaven (Miss.) 8; Biola (Calif.) 5; Walsh (Ohio) 3; Georgetown (Ky.) 1.

INFORMATION SOURCE: AUM Athletics

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