OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Oral Roberts 94, Portland 85, James Madison 72, Santa Clara 50, Akron 45, FGCU 25, Wright State 24, Colgate 22, Bradley 21, Loyola Marymount 20, UNCW 19, San Diego 17, Troy 17, Quinnipiac 15, Siena 15, South Dakota State 15, Northern Iowa 14, UC Riverside 12, Belmont 10, Jacksonville 9, Navy 8, Stephen F. Austin 8, Murray State 7, Texas State 7, Youngstown State 7, Abilene Christian 6, Marshall 6, Utah Valley 6, Ball State 5, Chattanooga 4, Missouri State 4, Ohio 4, Hawaii 2, Maine 2, New Mexico State 2, Samford 2, Northwestern State 1, Purdue-Fort Wayne 1, UMass Lowell 1.
VOTING PANEL: Casey Alexander (Belmont), Greg Paulus (Niagara), Randy Bennett (St. Mary's), Kenny Blakeney (Howard), Jeff Boals (Ohio), Jon Coffman (Purdue-Fort Wayne), Jim Engles (Columbia), Greg Gary (Mercer), Eric Henderson (South Dakota State), Jason Hooten (Sam Houston State), Donte' Jackson (Grambling), James Jones (Yale), Robert Jones (Norfolk State), Greg Kampe (Oakland), Dustin Kerns (Appalachian State), Tod Kowalczyk (Toledo), Shantay Legans (Portland), Jim Les (UC Davis), Bob Marlin (Louisiana), Paul Mills (Oral Roberts), Steve Lutz (Texas A&M Corpus Christi), Jay McAuley (Wofford), Ritchie McKay (Liberty), David Patrick (Sacramento State), Rob O'Driscoll (Maine), Mark Prosser (Winthrop), Brett Reed (Lehigh), Josh Schertz (Indiana State), Rob Senderoff (Kent State), Pat Skerry (Towson), Todd Simon (Southern Utah).
* Norfolk State head coach Robert Jones is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2022-23 season.
NOTE: The Mid-Major Poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, West Coast, Western Athletic.
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