Collegiate Volleyball Update

Friday, July 20, 2018

College Volleyball Polls

Women's College Volleyball

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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 30, 2012 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 1, 2012
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Penn State (42) 14-1 1466 1
2. Oregon (13) 13-0 1412 2
2. Washington (5) 13-0 1412 5
4. Nebraska 11-2 1275 6
5. USC 14-2 1243 3
6. UCLA 10-3 1230 4
7. Stanford 12-2 1169 7
8. Hawai'i 12-2 1056 8
9. Texas 11-3 1036 9
10. Minnesota 12-3 954 10
11. Florida 11-2 847 12
12. Purdue 13-2 788 13
13. Florida State 12-2 743 14
14. Kansas State 15-1 710 15
15. San Diego 12-2 688 16
16. BYU 15-1 607 11
17. Louisville 14-2 589 17
18. Dayton 12-4 402 20
19. Ohio State 11-5 286 22
20. Western Kentucky 17-3 273 23
21. Illinois 8-6 250 21
22. Iowa State 8-5 218 19
23. Pepperdine 10-6 174 18
24. Kansas 14-2 156 NR
25. Michigan State 14-2 127 24

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Oklahoma 100, Oregon State 63, Texas A&M 48, Arkansas 35, North Carolina 34, St. Mary's (Ca.) 22, Michigan 21, Miami (FL) 20, Tennessee 14, N.C. State 13, Marquette 12, Pacific 3.

Three schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of eight combined 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 30, 2012 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 1, 2012
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Nebraska-Kearney (31) 14-0 798 1
2. Southwest Minnesota State 14-1 761 2
3. Minnesota Duluth 15-1 723 6
4. Washburn 13-1 678 3
5. Tampa 11-2 658 7
6. Concordia-St. Paul (1) 11-3 634 4
7. Central Missouri 13-3 586 8
7. West Texas A&M 14-2 586 5
9. Indianapolis 15-2 567 9
10. Minnesota State 10-4 496 10
11. BYU-Hawai'i 9-2 479 12
12. Angelo State 13-3 445 11
13. Grand Canyon 14-2 366 13
14. Wheeling Jesuit 17-1 345 15
15. Colorado School of Mines 11-4 336 16
16. Western Washington 12-2 285 17
17. Metro State 9-5 234 14
18. Wayne State (Neb.) 13-3 206 20
19. Fresno Pacific 13-1 191 25
20. Regis 10-6 165 23
21. Ferris State 12-3 147 22
22. Sonoma State 11-3 129 24
23. West Florida 9-6 112 21
24. Adams State 12-2 84 19
25. Central Washington 10-4 66 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Wayne State (Mich.) 54, Chico State 50, Winona State 34, UC San Diego 33, Northwood (MI) 29, Lewis 22, Minnesota State-Moorhead 18, Cal State San Bernardino 16, Palm Beach Atlantic 15, Truman 14, Western Oregon 13, Armstrong Atlantic State 6.

Seven teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 22 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 30, 2012 (first place votes in parenthesis):

Rankings released: October 2, 2012
RK TEAM RCD PTS PVS
1. Washington-St. Louis (24) 16-1 600 1
2. Calvin 14-1 573 2
3. Wittenberg 11-3 548 3
4. Hope 14-2 500 4
5. Christopher Newport 16-2 498 5
6. Emory 19-2 488 6
7. St. Thomas (Minn.) 16-1 462 7
8. Cal Lutheran 13-4 415 8
9. Elmhurst 14-4 387 11
10. Puget Sound 10-3 362 10
11. Otterbein 14-6 307 13
12. SUNY Cortland 20-2 283 9
13. Chicago 16-5 275 14
14. Mount Union 15-4 268 16
15. Wartburg 16-3 260 15
16. Wisconsin-Whitewater 15-6 227 12
17. Pacific Lutheran 12-2 224 18
18. Salisbury 21-1 177 20
19. Eastern 15-3 137 19
20. Wisconsin-Stevens Point 15-3 121 24
21. Juniata 14-6 108 21
22. Colorado College 12-6 101 17
23. Southwestern (Texas) 12-4 89 25
24. Carthage 11-9 47 21
25. Wellesley 12-1 42 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Heidelberg 38, Bowdoin 35, Chapman 28, St. Benedict (Minn.) 27, La Verne 26, Springfield 24, Johns Hopkins 22, Texas-Dallas 16, Stevenson 13, Occidental 12, Randolph-Macon 6.

Twelve schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 54 combined points.

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