AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 Poll #5: September 29, 2008

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Rank

School (First-Place Votes)

Total Points

2008 Record

Last Week

1

Concordia-St. Paul (30)

919

17-1 

 2 

2

Cal State San Bernardino (5)

874

13-1

 1 

3

West Texas A&M

834 

15-2

 3 

4

Western Washington (1)

798

11-0 

 5 

5

Tampa

 772 

12-1 

6

6

Florida Southern

719 

12-3 

 7 

7

Southwest Minnesota State 

675 

15-2 

 8 

8

Grand Valley State

655

14-2 

9

9

Washburn 

641

14-2 

 4 

10

Nebraska-Kearney

600

15-1 

10

11

Emporia State

551

15-1 

12

12

UC San Diego 

  510 

11-2 

16

13

Minnesota Duluth 

 458

14-3 

 14 

14

Central Missouri 

 435 

15-4 

15

15

Truman

 420 

13-5 

11

16

Pittsburg State 

 370 

15-3 

17

17

California (Pa.)

 314

19-1 

13

18

Lewis

 255

14-3 

 21 

19

West Florida

 241 

12-5 

 19 

20

Midwestern State

 214 

18-0 

 23 

21

Cal Poly Pomona

184

7-4 

20

22

Indianapolis 

 162 

16-3 

24

23

Augustana (S.D.)

125

10-6

 18 

24

St. Leo 

91 

17-3

25

25

Northern Kentucky

64 

15-3

NR

Others Receiving Votes and listed on two or more ballots: Cal State L. A. 38; Sonoma State 25; Western Oregon 19; BYU-Hawai'i 10; Michigan Tech 9; Nova Southeastern 8; Wayne State (Mich.) 6; Wayne State (Neb.) 3

 

Five schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 26 points.

 

Dropped Out:  Cal State L.A. (22)

 

Next Poll:  October 6, 2008

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