The Dr. Cavil’s HBCU Major Division Men’s Basketball Final Top 10, with poll rankings, team, first-place votes, o = overall, c = conference record, record in parentheses, total points, and previous ranking:

RANK TEAM (1st PLACE VOTES) O / C RECORD TOTAL POINTS PREVIOUS

1.

# North Carolina Central Eagles (10) (28-6, 15-1)

100

 1

2.

Texas Southern Tigers (19-15, 12-6)

  85

 2

3.

Hampton Pirates (18-13, 13-3)

  84

 3

4.

Southern Jaguars (19-13, 15-3)

  79

 4

5.

Norfolk State Spartans (19-15, 11-5)

  55

 5

6.

Alabama State Hornets (19-13, 12-6)

  53

 6

7.

Morgan State Bears (15-16, 11-5)

  31

 7

8.

Savannah State Tigers (13-19, 10-6)

  19

 8

9.

Alabama A & M Bulldogs (14-16, 10-8)

  17

 9

10.

Arkansas at Pine Bluff Golden Lions (13-18, 11-7)

  16

10

DROPPED OUT:  N/A

RECEIVING VOTES: Florida A & M Rattlers-(14-18, 8-8)-5

# = North Carolina Central Eagles (28-6, 15-1) = Dr. Cavil’s 2013-2014 HBCU Basketball Men’s Major Division National Champions

Major Division = NCAA Division I

NOTES: Season Complete: Final Poll Rankings

No. 1 North Carolina Central Eagles (28-6, 15-1) lost to the Iowa State Cyclones 93-75 in their first appearance in the NCAA Division I Tournament, after completing the conference season yearly double, winning the regular season MEAC championship and the MEAC Tournament championship at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Eagles’ season is complete.

The No. 1 North Carolina Central Eagles earned the Dr. Cavil’s 2013-2014 HBCU Basketball Men’s Major Division National Championship for the first time since the establishment of the poll ranking system in 2002.

No. 2 Texas Southern Tigers (19-15, 12-6) lost to the Cal Poly Mustangs 81-69 in their first appearance since 2003 in NCAA Division I Tournament, after finishing tied for second in the SWAC regular season and winning SWAC Tournament championship at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Tigers’ season is complete.

No. 3 Hampton Pirates (18-12, 13-3) lost to Penn State Nittany Lions 69-65 in CBI Tournament, after finishing second in the MEAC regular season and losing the MEAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Pirates’ season is complete.

No. 4 Southern Jaguars (19-13, 15-3) did not participate in a national post season tournament due to NCAA governing restriction after winning the regular season SWAC championship and losing the SWAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Jaguars season is complete.

No. 5 #-Norfolk State Spartans (19-15, 11-5) lost to Eastern Michigan Eagles 58-54 in CIT Tournament, after finishing tied for third in the MEAC regular season and losing in the MEAC Tournament semifinals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Spartans’ season is complete.

No. 6 Alabama State Hornets (19-13, 12-6) lost to Sam Houston State Bearkats 71-49 in CIT Tournament, after finishing tied for second in the SWAC regular season and losing in the SWAC Tournament semifinals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Hornets’ season is complete.

No. 7 Morgan State Bears (15-16, 11-5) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing tied for third in the MEAC regular season and losing in the MEAC Tournament finals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Bears’ season is complete.

No. 8 Savannah State Tigers (13-19, 10-6) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing fifth in the MEAC regular season and losing in the MEAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Tigers’ season is complete.

No. 9 Alabama A & M Bulldogs (14-16, 10-8) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing fifth in the SWAC regular season and losing in the SWAC Tournament semifinals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Bulldogs season is complete.

No. 10 Arkansas at Pine Bluff Golden Lions (13-18, 11-7) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing fourth in the SWAC regular season and losing in the SWAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Golden Lions season is complete.

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The Dr. Cavil’s HBCU Major Division Women’s Basketball Top 10, with poll rankings, team, first-place votes, o = overall, c = conference record, record in parentheses, total points, and previous ranking:

RANK TEAM (1st PLACE VOTES) O / C RECORD TOTAL POINTS PREVIOUS

1.

#Hampton Pirates (9) (28-5, 16-0)

  90

 1

2.

North Carolina A & T Aggies (24-6, 13-3)

  76

 2

3.

Southern Jaguars (20-8, 16-2)

  74

 3

4.

Texas Southern Tigers (20-13, 15-3)

  73

 4

5.

Coppin State Eagles (17-14, 12-4)

  44

 5

6.

^-Prairie View A & M Panthers (14-18, 11-7)

  31

 6

7.

Savannah State Tigers (19-14, 10-6)

  18

 7

8.

Florida A & M Rattlers (17-14, 10-6)

  14

 8

9.

Jackson State Tigers (15-15, 12-6)

  13

 9

10.

Tennessee State Tigers (12-18, 9-7)

9

 10

DROPPED OUT:  N/A

RECEIVING VOTES: Bethune-Cookman Wildcats-(12-18, 8-8)-8

# = Hampton-(28-5, 16-0) = TSPN & 3C 2013-2014 HBCU Basketball Women’s Major Division National Champions

Major Division = NCAA Division I

NOTES: Season Complete: Final Poll Rankings

No. 1 #-Hampton Pirates (28-5, 16-0) lost to the Michigan State Spartans 91-61 in their fifth straight appearance in the NCAA Division I Tournament under coach David Six’s leadership, after completing the conference season yearly double, winning the fourth straight regular season MEAC championship and the MEAC Tournament championship at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Eagles’ season is complete.

The No. 1 Hampton Pirates earned the Dr. Cavil’s 2013-2014 HBCU Basketball Women’s Major Division National Championship for their fifth consecutive year since the inception of the poll rankings in 2002.

No. 2 North Carolina A & T Aggies (24-6, 13-3) lost to the South Florida Bulls 56-50 in WNIT Tournament, after finishing second in the MEAC regular season and losing the MEAC Tournament semifinals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Aggies’ season is complete.

No. 3 Southern Jaguars (20-8, 16-2) did not participate in a national post season tournament due to NCAA governing restriction after winning the regular season SWAC championship and losing the SWAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Jaguars’ season is complete.

No. 4 Texas Southern Tigers (20-13, 15-3) lost to the SMU Mustangs 84-72 in WNIT Tournament, after finishing second in the SWAC regular season and losing in the SWAC Tournament finals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Tigers’ season is complete.

No. 5 Coppin State Eagles (17-14, 12-4) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing third in the MEAC regular season and losing in the MEAC Tournament finals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Eagles’ season is complete.

No. 6 Prairie View A & M Panthers (14-18, 11-7) lost to the UCONN Huskies 87-44 in their fourth straight appearance in NCAA Division I Tournament, after finishing fourth in the SWAC regular season and winning sixth SWAC Tournament championship in eight years by three different coaches, Cynthia Cooper, Toyelle Wilson, and Dawn Brown at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Panthers season is complete.

No. 7 Savannah State Tigers (19-14, 10-6) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing tied for fourth in the MEAC regular season and losing in the MEAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Tigers’ season is complete.

No. 8 Florida A & M Rattlers (17-14, 10-6) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing tied for fourth in the MEAC regular season and losing in the MEAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., the Rattlers’ season is complete.

No. 9 Jackson State Tigers (15-15, 12-6) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing third in the SWAC regular season and losing in the SWAC Tournament quarterfinals at the Toyota Center in Houston, the Tigers’ season is complete.

No. 10 Tennessee State Tigers (12-18, 9-7) were not selected to participate in a national post season tournament, after finishing in a three-way tie for second in the OVC East Division in the regular season and losing in the OVC Tournament quarterfinals at the Robins Stadium in Nashville, Tenn., the Tigers’ season is complete.



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