Collegiate Volleyball Update

Friday, September 20, 2019

College Volleyball Polls

Women's College Volleyball

Years:
Week:

AVCA Division I Coaches Top 25 Poll

The American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 women's NCAA Division I volleyball teams as ranked by 60 coaches with records through September 4, 2011 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: September 5, 2011
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. California (48) 6-0 1484 1
2. Penn State (8) 4-1 1404 2
3. Stanford (1) 4-0 1343 6
4. Illinois (1) 6-0 1258 7
5. Washington (1) 6-0 1214 8
6. Minnesota 3-1 1161 11
7. Florida 6-0 1110 9
8. UCLA (1) 6-0 1080 12
9. Southern California 4-2 982 3
10. Texas 2-2 936 4
11. Nebraska 3-1 917 5
12. Hawai'i 5-1 889 10
13. Purdue 6-0 793 13
14. Colorado State 5-1 716 15
15. Northern Iowa 7-0 686 14
16. Oregon 4-1 628 16
17. Iowa State 6-0 503 19
18. Oklahoma 6-1 442 17
19. San Diego 6-0 389 20
20. Michigan 6-0 306 24
21. Duke 4-2 247 18
22. Long Beach State 3-3 228 23
23. Dayton 4-2 170 21
24. Florida State 4-2 129 25
25. Ohio State 4-3 104 22

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Miami (FL) 88, Tennessee 81, Michigan State 36, LSU 30, Central Florida 28, Pepperdine 19, St. Mary's (Ca.) 17, Notre Dame 10, Arizona 9, Northwestern 7, Northern Illinois 6, Texas A&M 4, Western Kentucky 4, Cincinnati 3, Louisville 3.

Nine schools mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 27 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 4, 2011 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: September 5, 2011
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Concordia-St. Paul (32) 4-0 800 1
2. Cal State San Bernardino 4-0 752 3
3. Tampa 4-0 730 4
4. Washburn 4-0 678 5
5. Nebraska-Kearney 4-0 647 6
6. Southwest Minnesota State 3-1 620 6
7. Minnesota Duluth 4-0 603 12
8. Central Missouri 2-2 587 2
9. Metro State 4-0 543 11
10. Wayne State (Neb.) 2-2 510 9
11. Hillsdale 3-1 481 10
12. Minnesota State 4-0 418 16
13. Grand Valley State 2-1 383 8
14. Lewis 3-1 365 15
15. UC San Diego 4-0 341 24
16. Seattle Pacific 2-2 264 13
17. Emporia State 4-1 232 18
18. Rollins 4-0 214 NR
19. Wingate 4-0 193 21
20. Indianapolis 1-3 153 14
21. West Texas A&M 4-0 142 NR
22. Truman 3-1 131 20
23. Western Washington 2-2 113 17
24. Northern Kentucky 4-0 95 NR
25. Abilene Christian 3-1 51 23
25. Regis 4-0 51 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Northern Michigan 34, Florida Southern 33, West Florida 32, Angelo State 27, Dowling 26, Ferris State 24, Armstrong Atlantic State 17, Lynn 17, Midwestern State 17, Harding 14, Missouri-St. Louis 12, North Alabama 12, Cal State L.A. 9.

Seven teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 39 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 4, 2011 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: September 6, 2011
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Calvin (24) 4-0 600 1
2. Washington-St. Louis 6-0 565 3
3. Wittenberg 3-0 557 5
4. Emory 3-1 526 2
5. Eastern 4-0 483 7
6. Christopher Newport 4-1 457 4
7. St. Thomas (Minn.) 4-0 432 10
8. Carthage 4-0 421 11
9. Juniata 1-2 383 6
10. Cal Lutheran 3-1 373 8
11. Heidelberg 4-0 347 12
12. Hope 4-0 325 15
13. Colorado College 4-0 311 13
14. Southwestern (Texas) 3-0 282 17
15. Concordia (Minn.) 3-1 258 14
16. Trinity (Texas) 5-0 195 NR
17. NYU 4-0 179 21
18. Puget Sound 4-0 170 22
19. Wisconsin-Platteville 2-2 160 9
20. Wisconsin-Whitewater 4-0 127 24
21. St. Olaf 3-1 120 16
22. UMass-Boston 0-2 105 19
23. Chicago 4-0 84 25
24. Wartburg 4-0 71 NR
25. St. Scholastica 5-1 64 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Occidental 46, Coast Guard 35, Pacific Lutheran 28, Whitworth 19, Wisconsin-Eau Claire 15, Otterbein 9, Randolph Macon 8, SUNY Cortland 7, Middlebury 6, Ohio Northern 5, Nebraska Wesleyan 3, St. Benedict (Minn.) 2.

Six schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 19 points.

Legend: