Hillsdale College finishes 16th in 2007 NCSA Division II power rankings
Hillsdale College release
August 29, 2007 – The National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) is pleased to announce that Hillsdale College was ranked 16th among NCAA Division II universities in the 5th Annual NCSA Collegiate Power Rankings.
NCSA's Collegiate Power Rankings rate colleges and universities comprehensively based on student-athlete graduation rates, academic strength and athletic prowess of the university. Hillsdale College is in an elite group of less than 6% of colleges and universities across the nation to make it on NCSA's Top 100 for 2007.
"With so many great colleges/universities to choose from, NCSA's power rankings objectively help student-athletes compare collegiate opportunities so they know how institutions stack up pound for pound," said NCSA CEO and Founder Chris Krause. "With this ranking, it shows us that Hillsdale College not only places importance on winning games, but on academics and graduating players as well, especially in the last year."
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