AVCA Division III Coaches Top 25 Preseason Poll: August 19, 2010

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Rank

School (First-Place Votes)

Total Points

2009 Record

2009 Final Rank 

1

Washington-St. Louis (24)

600 

34-4

1

Juniata

574

36-4

2

Emory

532

34-6

5

Hope

527 

34-4

4

5

Colorado College

485

35-5

7

6

Wisconsin-Oshkosh

471

39-3 

3

7

Carthage

452

33-6

9

8

St. Thomas (Minn.)

404

26-8

10 

9

Calvin

391

28-7

T-11

10

Ohio Northern

372 

28-4

11 

Wittenberg

317 

24-8

14

12 

Trinity (Texas)

309

30-12 

8

13

Wisconsin-Eau Claire

294

31-8

15

14

Wisconsin-Whitewater

274

31-7

T-11

15

Christopher Newport

262 

36-7

16

16

Southwestern (Texas)

227

35-4

13

17 

Pacific Lutheran

209

20-7

20

18 

Eastern

190 

32-5

18

19 

St. Olaf

165

27-5

NR

20 

Texas-Dallas

143

25-1 

17

21 

NYU

98

29-10

NR

22

Tufts

83

31-5

19

23

Heidelberg

72

27-8

22

24

St. Mary's (Minn.)

66

22-10

NR

 25

Puget Sound

42

18-7

NR

Others Receiving Votes and listed on two or more ballots:  Cal Lutheran 36; DePauw 34; St. Benedict (Minn.) 34; Haverford 22; Nebraska Wesleyan 19; La Verne 18; Redlands 17; North Central 16; Chicago 12; Austin 11; Springfield 4

 

Nine schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 18 points.

 

Final Poll: September 7, 2010


Poll conducted and distributed by the AVCA

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