Collegiate Volleyball Update

Saturday, September 19, 2020

College Volleyball Polls

Women's College Volleyball

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USA TODAY/CSTV Division I Coaches Top 25 Poll

The USA TODAY/College Sports Television (CSTV) Top 25 women's NCAA Division I volleyball teams as ranked by 65 coaches with records through November 7, 2004 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: November 8, 2004
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Washington (60) 20-0 1,620 1
2. Hawai'i (2) 21-0 1,537 2
3. Nebraska (3) 22-1 1,513 3
4. Penn State 21-2 1,415 6
5. Minnesota 22-4 1,298 5
6. Southern California 15-4 1,243 4
7. Florida 21-2 1,235 8
8. Ohio State 22-2 1,219 7
9. Texas 20-2 1,053 10
10. Colorado State 20-3 1,012 9
11. Stanford 17-6 1,004 12
12. Saint Mary's (Calif.) 21-2 838 13
13. Texas A&M 16-5 764 14
14. California 12-9 673 11
15. Tennessee 24-2 661 15
16. UCLA 15-8 657 16
17. Utah 20-3 577 17
18. UC Santa Barbara 19-3 498 19
19. San Diego 17-4 449 21
20. Kansas State 15-8 446 18
21. Arizona 15-8 288 22
22. Santa Clara 16-5 286 20
23. Louisville 22-2 277 22
24. Florida A&M 20-2 160 24
25. Illinois 17-6 140 25

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Rice 79, Ohio 60, Georgia Tech 53, Wisconsin 23, Missouri 22, Long Beach State 15,UC Irvine 5, Wichita State 5.

Zero teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of zero (0) combined points.

Poll conducted and distributed by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA)

CSTV/AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 Poll

The College Sports Television (CSTV)/American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Top 25 women's NCAA Division II volleyball teams as ranked by 35 coaches with records through November 7, 2004 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: November 9, 2004
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Nebraska-Kearney (33) 32-0 873 1
2. UC San Diego (1) 26-1 831 2
3. Truman (1) 30-0 811 3
4. Concordia-St. Paul 27-1 767 4
5. Barry 25-1 739 5
6. Cal State San Bernardino 22-3 700 6
7. North Florida 25-5 660 7
8. Minnesota Duluth 20-4 596 9
9. Tampa 19-4 589 8
10. Central Missouri State 28-5 559 10
11. Central Washington 25-0 512 12
12. Fort Hays State 27-3 490 13
13. Hawai'i Pacific 28-2 474 14
14. Grand Valley State 24-5 433 11
15. Northern Michigan 21-5 366 15
16. Washburn 27-5 363 16
17. Florida Southern 25-7 304 17
18. North Alabama 21-6 257 19
19. Northwood (Mich.) 19-8 224 20
20. Ferris State 22-6 170 22
21. Armstrong Atlantic State 27-6 128 24
22. Rockhurst 24-8 119 21
23. Augustana (S.D.) 16-9 113 23
24. Minnesota State-Moorhead 22-6 84 17
25. Chaminade 15-6 47 25

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Abilene Christian 28; Ashland 26; Harding 22; South Dakota 14; Nebraska-Omaha 11; Western Washington 11; Queens (N.Y.) 11; Cal Poly Pomona 9; Cal State Bakersfield 7; Dowling 7; Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 3.

Six schools listed on only one ballot representing a total of 17 points.



CSTV/AVCA Division III Coaches Top 25 Poll

The College Sports Television (CSTV)/American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 women's NCAA Division III volleyball teams as ranked by 16 coaches with records through November 7, 2004 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: November 10, 2004
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Juniata (14) 32-3 397 1
2. Wittenberg (2) 33-2 386 2
3. La Verne 29-3 354 3
4. Cal State-Hayward 30-2 349 4
5. Ohio Northern 29-4 330 5
6. Washington (Mo.) 28-6 326 6
7. Trinity (Texas) 31-5 313 7
8. Mount St. Joseph 33-3 291 8
9. Emory 29-9 266 11
10. Central (Iowa) 25-8 229 12
11. New York University 37-5 227 10
12. Wisconsin-Whitewater 34-5 225 9
13. Wisconsin-Stout 30-4 219 17
14. Wisconsin-La Crosse 28-6 206 14
15. Concordia (Minn.) 23-3 176 15
16. Wisconsin-Platteville 27-8 168 13
17. Carleton 22-3 155 16
18. Wisconsin-River Falls 24-11 105 19
19. Alma 33-1 100 18
20. Elmhurst 29-10 89 21
21. St. Benedict 18-3 85 20
22. Wisconsin-Oshkosh 22-10 50 21
23. Carnegie-Mellon 27-8 43 23
24. Williams 31-3 28 24
25. Southwestern (Texas) 26-10 23 25

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Pacific Lutheran 21; Calvin 13; Gettysburg 6; Texas Lutheran 4.

Five schools listed on only one ballot representing a total of 16 points.

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