Collegiate Volleyball Update

Friday, September 20, 2019

College Volleyball Polls

Women's College Volleyball

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CSTV/AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 Poll

The College Sports Television (CSTV)/American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 women's NCAA Division I volleyball teams as ranked by 60 coaches with records through October 8, 2006 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 9, 2006
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Nebraska (45) 15-0 1476 1
2. Penn State (12) 17-0 1451 2
3. UCLA (3) 19-0 1387 3
4. Southern California 17-0 1325 4
5. Washington 14-3 1252 5
6. Stanford 13-2 1207 6
7. California 14-2 1093 7
8. Florida 14-2 1089 8
9. Purdue 15-2 1016 9
10. Texas 11-4 914 11
11. Hawai'i 11-4 744 15
12. Utah 15-2 740 16
13. LSU 15-2 727 10
14. Wisconsin 12-4 645 13
15. Missouri 13-4 629 17
16. Ohio State 13-3 619 14
17. Santa Clara 12-4 607 12
18. Tennessee 15-3 501 18
19. BYU 15-2 426 19
20. Cal Poly 13-4 410 20
21. Ohio 14-3 312 21
22. San Diego 14-4 285 22
23. Minnesota 11-5 277 24
24. Oklahoma 14-3 157 25
25. New Mexico State 19-1 42 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Duke 31, Pepperdine 27, Loyola Marymount 23, St John's 20, Long Beach State 16, Colorado 11, Sacramento State 10, Alabama 9, Bowling Green State 4, Oregon 4, Saint Mary's (CA) 4, Baylor 3.

Three schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 7 points.

CVU.com Fan Top 25 Poll of NCAA Division I Teams

This poll has not yet been released.



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 8, 2006 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 9, 2006
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Truman (23) 22-1 873 2
2. Tampa (3) 20-1 825 4
3. Cal State-San Bernardino (2) 17-0 781 6
4. Hillsdale (7) 21-0 772 9
5. Minnesota Duluth 20-2 763 5
6. Grand Valley State (1) 18-2 742 1
7. Concordia-St. Paul 22-2 707 7
8. Florida Southern 19-3 662 3
9. BYU-Hawai'i 13-0 637 8
10. Florida Gulf Coast 17-2 561 13
11. Central Missouri 20-3 553 11
12. Washburn 18-4 481 10
13. Chico State 15-2 461 12
14. UC San Diego 15-2 442 14
15. Seattle Pacific 18-2 394 15
16. Rockhurst 19-1 341 18
17. SIU-Edwardsville 19-4 297 19
18. Cal State-L.A. 12-5 287 16
19. North Alabama 17-5 232 20
20. Nebraska-Omaha 14-5 182 21
21. Central Washington 15-4 179 17
22. Southwest Minnesota State 20-5 156 22
23. Wayne State (Neb.) 20-4 90 24
24. West Texas A&M 20-3 76 25
25. Missouri Southern 20-5 45 25

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: California (Pa.) 41, Findlay 40, Wingate 21, Western Washington 18, Nebraska-Kearney 11, Ferris State 8, Chaminade 7, Lock Haven 6, Barry 5.

Two schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 4 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 24 coaches with records through October 8, 2006 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 10, 2006
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Juniata (24) 21-1 600 1
2. Washington (Mo.) 18-1 571 2
3. La Verne 17-0 555 3
4. Concordia (Minn.) 17-1 498 4
5. Trinity (Texas) 20-4 485 8
6. Wisconsin-Oshkosh 21-3 474 7
7. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 19-2 468 5
8. St. Thomas (Minn.) 20-4 402 11
9. Southwestern (Texas) 20-3 400 10
10. Linfield 14-1 399 6
11. Carthage 20-2 361 13
12. Central (Iowa) 15-4 325 9
13. Wisconsin-Whitewater 22-5 298 16
14. New York 22-3 271 15
15. Wittenberg 18-6 254 14
16. Hiram 20-2 234 17
17. Emory 13-7 214 12
18. Calvin 18-1 204 19
19. Baldwin-Wallace 21-3 151 20
20. Austin 20-4 117 18
21. Ohio Northern 16-7 112 22
22. Capital 17-6 85 NR
23. Pacific Lutheran 14-4 84 NR
24. Mount St. Joseph 16-6 73 25
25. Coe 17-4 35 24

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Cal State-East Bay 26, Carleton 23, Cal Lutheran 15, Wisconsin-Platteville 15, MIT 6, St. Benedict (Minn.) 6, Wisconsin-La Crosse 5.

Seven schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 34 points.



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