AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 Week #2 Poll: September 10, 2012


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Rank

School (First-Place Votes)

Total Points

2012 Record

Previous
Rank
 

 1 

Nebraska-Kearney (20) 

776 

7-0 

2

SW Minnesota State (5) 

755 

7-0 

3

Concordia-St. Paul (5) 

712 

6-1 

 4 

Minnesota Duluth (1) 

695 

9-0 

Washburn 

650 

8-0 

6

Tampa 

628 

6-2 

 7 

West Texas A&M 

610 

7-1 

14 

Central Missouri 

533 

5-3 

9

Metro State 

489 

5-3 

10 

10

Indianapolis 

466 

6-2 

 11 

Minnesota State 

456 

6-2 

13 

12

Grand Canyon (1) 

420 

10-0 

24 

13

Angelo State 

386 

6-2 

14

Western Washington 

347 

7-1 

18 

15

BYU-Hawai'i 

318 

5-2 

16 

16

Wingate

284 

8-0 

20 

 17 

Colorado School of Mines 

255 

5-2 

21 

18 

Wayne State (Neb.) 

228 

6-2 

12 

19

Ferris State 

194 

6-2 

19 

20

Cal State San Bernardino 

166 

3-5 

11 

21

Wheeling Jesuit 

146 

7-1 

NR 

T-22

Flagler 

119 

5-2 

15 

T-22 

Minnesota State-Moorhead 

119 

8-1 

NR 

24

West Florida 

101 

     3-5      

NR 

25

Regis 

83 

5-4 

NR 


Others Receiving Votes and listed on two or more ballots: Sonoma State 73; Lewis 70; Armstrong Atlantic State 69; Grand Valley State 56; UC San Diego 51; Eckerd 32; Adams State 23; Central Washington 20; Chico State 18; Truman 6; Wayne State (Mich.) 3


11 schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 51 combined points.


Dropped Out: Sonoma State 23; Lewis 17; UC San Diego 25; Eckerd 22



Next Poll: September 17, 2012



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