NWBA Championship Division Top 20 and Juniors Top 32 (Dec 2010)

The Men’s team moves from #7 to #5 in the latest poll. The Juniors make a big jump from #24 to #12. GREAT JOB Wheelin’ Jazz!!

Championship Division Rankings

Junior Division Top 32 – January 05 2011

January 03 2011
Championship Division Top 20 –
December Rankings:
1.  Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks
2.  University of Arizona Wildcats
3.  Orlando Magic Wheels
4.  Golden State Road Warriors
5.  Utah Wheelin’ Jazz
6.  Grand Rapids Pacers
7.  Charlottesville Cardinals
8.  Philadelphia Stars
9.  Shepherd Steelers
10. Rockford Chariots
11. Rancho Renegades
12. Virginia Sun Wheelers
13. Chicago Wheelchair Bulls
14. Banner Wheelchair Suns
15. Minnesota Timberwolves
16. LA Clippers Chairmen
17. Kansas Wheelhawks
18. RHI Pacers
19. Arkansas Rollin Razorbacks
20. Milwaukee Wheelchair Bucks

Honorable Mention teams: 
Madonna Magic
St. Louis Rolling Rams
Houston Rockets Rolling Warriors

1. Minnesota Timberwolves – 10 – 0 start, won 2 Regionals, defending Champions
2. Sterling Heights Challengers – 2nd place in Southwest Regional, only loss to #1
3. Bennett Blazers – close loss to Sterling, 3rd at SW Regional – #4 from 2010
4.  Michigan Rollin’ Pistons – many core players back
5. Nebraska Red Dawgs – 2nd to Courage in Northern Regional
6. Windy City Warriors – 3rd at Northern Regional and Split with NB
7. Houston TIRR – When starters stay in they are tough to beat
8. Rancho – tough loss to Utah but perennial top finisher
9. San Diego Hammer – Can they improve on last years #8 finish?
10. Seattle – #12 from last year and looking to improve
11. Music City – didn’t lose anyone from #13 finish and playing well
12. Utah Jr. Wheelin’ Jazz – Already beat Rancho, BORP, St. Lukes
13. Wheelin’ Wizards – lost key player but hoping to stay in top 16
14. St. Lukes – working hard to stay in contention
15. Turnstone Flyers – Young team but improving every tournament
16. Long Island Lightening – Showing improvement over last years finish
17. Dallas Jr. Mavericks – Inconsistent but #1 in JNIT last year
18. Katie’s Komets – always right here at the bubble, but improving
19. Tulsa – split with Dallas, young squad that is improving
20. RHI Pacers – loss of key players has presented problems
21. Georgia Blazers – another team working to rebuild
22. Lakeshore Lakers – strong program that always improves
23. Charlotte Rollin’ Bobcats – not happy with last years finish – will try to surprise
24. Phoenix Jr. Suns – another young program putting the pieces together
25. Hammond Rollin’ Hoosiers – slowly moving up the competition ladder
26. Denver Jr. Nuggets – young players  coming along nicely
27. Grand Rapids Jr. Pacers – will improve from last years finish
28. Mad City Badgers – always showing improvement
29. Nebraska B – if Neb splits  into a two rosters, this team will hold their own
30. Minnesota Jr. Gophers – played close to Nebraska B – will do well
31. Milwaukee Heat – could surprise as the season moves along
32. St. Louis Jr. Rams – historic program making their way back to Nationals?
On the horizon – Kansas – new program showing promise in the early going.

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