The Washington Times - January 26, 2009, 10:08AM

Suddenly, some thought needs to be put into selecting the leader of the Delmarva/D.C. rankings.

Georgetown did not look good in either of its games this week, first losing at home to West Virginia (that can happen) before falling against previously-winless-in-the-Big-East Seton Hall (that doesn’t often happen).

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Meanwhile, Virginia Tech poached victories at both Wake Forest and Miami, and with nine of the last 10 in the win column, the Hokies look like at-large material even if they only have three guys who can score with any regularity.

For now, the Hokies are 2-3 against the RPI top 50, 4-3 against the top 100 and 4-2 on the road. And, safely, the No. 2 team in the Delmarva/D.C. geographic area.

No./Team

Record

Pvs. 

1. Georgetown

12-6

1

2. Virginia Tech

14-5

3

3. VCU

15-5

5

4. George Mason

14-5

2

5. Maryland

13-6

4

6. VMI

16-3

9

7. American 

11-7

6

8. Navy

14-6

7

9. Morgan State

10-9

13

10. Richmond

11-8

19

11. Mount St. Mary’s

11-9

14

12. Liberty 

14-7

8

13. Virginia

7-9

10

14. Old Dominion

11-8

12

15. Loyola

10-12

17

16. James Madison

13-8

11

17. Radford

10-10

20

18. Hampton

9-9

15

19. Longwood

10-10

22

20. Delaware 

9-12

16

21. UMBC 

8-11

18

22. George Washington

6-11

23

23. Norfolk State

6-11

25

24. Towson

7-14

21

25. Coppin State

4-15

26

26. William & Mary

6-13

24

27. UMES

5-11

28

28. Delaware State

4-16

27

29. Howard

3-15

29

Patrick Stevens