Oct. 30 NCAA Div. 3 Mass. top 10


1. Springfield (6-2) — Back to No. 1 after bye week.

2. Western New England (7-1) — Next game with Endicott should be more difficult.

3. WPI (5-3) — Quarterback Justin Nyland again did offensive damage.

4. MIT (7-1) — Offense was at a premium in loss to WPI.

5. Framingham State (6-2) — No problems with UMass-Dartmouth.

6. Amherst (7-0) — Quarterback Ollie Eberth has had a terrific season.

7. Tufts (5-2) — Gave Amherst a run for its money.

8. Endicott (6-2) — Big one on tap with Western New England.

9. Williams (5-2) — Bounced back from two straight losses with win over Hamilton.

10. Bridgewater State (5-3) — Bye week as team gets ready for Worcester State.

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