WAYNE, Neb. -- Wayne State College is ranked sixth in the first NCAA Super Region Four Football Rankings announced Monday afternoon by the NCAA office in Indianapolis, Indiana.  34 teams from the NSIC, Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Lone Star Conference and Great Northwest Athletic Conference comprise Super Region Four.

Angelo State of Texas, the lone unbeaten team in Super Region 4, is ranked first in the region followed by six teams all with 7-2 records. Colorado School of Mines is second with Winona State third and Minnesota State fourth.

Sioux Falls is sixth and Wayne State seventh while 5-2 Texas A&M-Kingsville listed eighth, Augustana ninth and Central Washington 10th.

28 teams will advance to the NCAA Division II football championship this season (seven from each region) with 12 first-round games scheduled to be played on Saturday, November 19th.  The top seed in each selection region (super region) will receive a bye in the first round of the playoffs.

Wayne State is 7-2 on the season and visits Sioux Falls (7-2) in a key NSIC South Division contest Saturday afternoon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota at 1 p.m. 

NCAA Super Region Four Football Rankings

  1. Angelo State                           9-0
  2. Colorado School of Mines      7-2
  3. Winona State                          7-2
  4. Minnesota State                      7-2
  5. Sioux Falls                              7-2
  6. Wayne State (Neb.)               7-2
  7. Bemidji State                           7-2
  8. Texas A&M-Kingsville            5-2
  9. Augustana (SD)                      6-3
  10. Central Washington                5-3