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 October 10, 2004 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 11, 2004
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Washington (63) 13-0 1,623 1
2. Minnesota 16-2 1,496 3
3. Hawai'i (2) 14-0 1,475 4
4. Nebraska 13-1 1,411 5
5. Penn State 14-1 1,324 6
6. Southern California 9-3 1,288 2
7. Colorado State 13-1 1,219 7
8. Ohio State 16-0 1,208 9
9. Texas 15-0 1,111 11
10. Florida 14-2 1,102 8
11. UCLA 11-4 923 10
12. Stanford 11-4 870 14
13. California 8-6 761 17
14. Saint Mary's (Calif.) 15-1 661 19
15. Santa Clara 11-3 634 12
16. Kansas State 11-5 621 16
17. Tennessee 16-1 602 18
18. Utah 13-2 498 20
19. UC Santa Barbara 10-3 434 13
20. Texas A&M 8-5 379 15
21. Louisville 14-2 311 22
22. Arizona 10-6 282 21
23. Illinois 12-3 199 24
24. Florida A&M 10-2 169 25
25. San Diego 10-4 84 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Rice 79, Missouri 69, Ohio 68, Pacific 65, Long Beach State 64, Georgia Tech 20, Michigan 17, UC Irvine 16, Colorado 14, Loyola Marymount 14, Wichita State 13.

One team mentioned on only one ballot for a total of one (1) combined point.

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 October 10, 2004 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 12, 2004
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Nebraska-Kearney (33) 22-0 873 1
2. UC San Diego (1) 19-1 826 2
3. Truman (1) 22-0 809 3
4. Concordia-St. Paul 17-1 752 4
5. Barry 15-1 737 5
6. Minnesota Duluth 15-1 720 6
7. Cal State San Bernardino 16-2 671 7
8. Central Missouri State 19-4 611 9
9. North Florida 14-4 594 10
10. Grand Valley State 18-3 562 11
11. Tampa 12-3 535 12
12. Fort Hays State 18-2 494 13
13. Central Washington 17-0 406 17
14. Northern Michigan 15-3 380 14
15. Washburn 19-3 371 15
16. North Alabama 13-4 359 18
17. Northwood (Mich.) 14-4 319 16
18. Minnesota State-Moorhead 19-2 286 21
19. Augustana (S.D.) 12-7 178 19
20. Florida Southern 14-4 168 24
21. Western Washington 11-5 157 20
22. Rockhurst 16-6 92 22
23. Findlay 15-5 82 25
24. Nebraska-Omaha 12-6 73 23
25. Hillsdale 14-4 62 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Armstrong Atlantic State 61; Cal State Bakersfield 57; Chaminade 48; Dowling 21; Cal State L.A. 19; Harding 11; California (Pa.) 10; Pittsburg State 6; Cal Poly Pomona 5; Southwest Minnesota State 5.

Four schools listed on only one ballot representing a total of 15 points.

Poll Ineligible: Hawai'i Pacific (8).



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 October 10, 2004 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 13, 2004
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. New York University (15) 26-0 399 1
2. Wittenberg (1) 18-1 383 2
3. Juniata 18-3 363 3
4. Cal State-Hayward 19-0 346 4
5. La Verne 15-2 333 5
6. Washington (Mo.) 15-4 326 6
7. Ohio Northern 18-3 300 7
8. Mount St. Joseph 18-3 279 8
9. Trinity (Texas) 18-4 275 10
10. Wisconsin-Whitewater 20-2 251 11
11. Wisconsin-Platteville 19-2 229 12
12. Central (Iowa) 16-5 228 8
13. Wisconsin-La Crosse 18-4 185 14
14. Concordia (Minn.) 18-1 183 17
15. Emory 14-6 182 13
16. Wisconsin-River Falls 16-7 156 16
17. Wisconsin-Stout 15-4 154 15
18. Southwestern (Texas) 17-4 124 18
19. Elmhurst 17-4 104 19
20. Alma 23-0 87 22
21. Wisconsin-Oshkosh 15-8 69 20
22. Carleton 17-2 53 24
23. St. Benedict 12-2 45 21
24. Williams 18-3 40 23
25. Cal Lutheran 11-2 19 25

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: St Mary's (Minn.) 16; Willamette 14; Carnegie-Mellon 9; St Norbert 4; Gustavus Adolphus 2.

Ten schools listed on only one ballot representing a total of 42 points.

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