Collegiate Volleyball Update

Friday, September 20, 2019

College Volleyball Polls

Women's College Volleyball

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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 September 27, 2009 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: September 28, 2009
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Penn State (50) 14-0 1487 1
2. Texas (8) 9-0 1440 2
3. Washington (2) 12-0 1393 3
4. Hawai'i 11-2 1305 4
5. Florida 10-1 1255 5
6. Michigan 14-1 1160 8
7. Oregon 11-1 1122 7
8. Minnesota 11-3 1058 9
9. California 8-3 1015 12
10. Nebraska 9-4 886 6
11. Stanford 7-4 868 10
12. Illinois 9-2 788 15
13. Southern California 12-2 683 13
14. Iowa State 10-3 669 11
15. Kentucky 13-1 653 17
16. UCLA 11-4 591 14
17. Florida State 12-1 572 18
18. Arizona 12-1 552 19
19. Baylor 14-1 442 24
20. San Diego 8-3 298 22
21. Saint Louis 9-5 217 23
22. Long Beach State 8-3 201 25
23. Michigan State 12-2 184 16
24. UC Irvine 11-3 130 21
25. Wichita State 11-2 108 20

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: UC Santa Barbara 76, Texas A&M 72, Purdue 67, Notre Dame 25, Duke 21, Dayton 20, LSU 20, Pepperdine 20, Arizona State 16, Colorado State 16, Washington State 16, Northern Iowa 11, Missouri State 10, Rice 9, St. Mary's (Calif.) 9, Oregon State 6.

Five schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of nine points.

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 September 27, 2009 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: September 28, 2009
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Concordia-St. Paul (32) 17-0 800 1
2. Cal State San Bernardino 14-0 768 2
3. UC San Diego 14-1 722 4
4. Tampa 13-1 695 5
5. Central Missouri 15-3 648 9
6. Emporia State 14-1 630 3
6. West Texas A&M 15-2 630 7
8. Nebraska-Kearney 15-1 586 8
9. Washburn 15-2 512 6
10. Minnesota Duluth 12-3 490 10
11. Minnesota State 15-2 477 11
12. Indianapolis 17-1 454 12
13. Lewis 14-3 403 13
14. Southwest Minnesota State 12-5 375 14
15. Nebraska-Omaha 13-4 340 18
16. Sonoma State 13-2 324 15
17. Florida Southern 10-5 233 17
18. Metro State 10-4 210 16
19. Hawai'i-Hilo 13-0 193 22
20. Truman 12-6 160 20
21. Pittsburg State 12-5 147 21
22. Wayne State (Neb.) 16-2 133 NR
23. Saint Leo 13-2 118 NR
24. West Florida 8-8 100 19
25. Eckerd 7-5 53 24

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Hillsdale 31, Wayne State (Mich.) 31, Lynn 28, Chico State 25, Wingate 23, Nova Southeastern 17, Grand Valley State 10, West Alabama 10, Harding 6, Western Washington 6, Barry 5.

Two teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 18 combined points.



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 September 27, 2009 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: September 29, 2009
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Wisconsin-Oshkosh (15) 19-0 577 1
2. Juniata (4) 12-2 568 2
3. Emory (1) 15-2 552 3
4. Ohio Northern (4) 17-1 540 4
4. Washington-St. Louis 12-3 518 4
6. St. Thomas (Minn.) 12-2 478 6
7. Hope 13-1 458 8
8. Carthage 14-2 397 7
9. Wittenberg 9-3 386 9
10. Wisconsin-Whitewater 13-4 368 12
11. Calvin 10-4 335 10
12. Colorado College 16-2 326 13
13. Texas-Dallas 10-0 309 14
14. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 14-2 250 16
15. Southwestern (Texas) 15-3 239 18
16. Trinity (Texas) 14-5 230 11
17. Concordia (Minn.) 6-5 212 17
18. Pacific Lutheran 8-5 186 19
19. Puget Sound 9-3 178 15
19. St. Benedict (Minn.) 12-4 178 20
21. Nebraska Wesleyan 13-4 111 24
22. Haverford 15-2 106 21
23. Eastern 14-1 70 23
24. Cal Lutheran 8-5 53 25
25. Heidelberg 15-4 40 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Austin 31, DePauw 22, Springfield 19, St. Olaf 19, UMass-Boston 10, La Verne 9, Tufts 7, Mount Union 6.

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

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