AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 Preseason Poll: August 20, 2009

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Rank

School (First-Place Votes)

Total Points

2008 Record

2008 Final Rank

1

Concordia-St. Paul (32)

800

37-1

1

2

Cal State San Bernardino

760

30-4

2

3

Emporia State

710

34-4

5

4

Grand Valley State

692

33-4

3

5

West Texas A&M

671

34-5

7

6

Nebraska-Kearney

655

32-4

6

7

Minnesota Duluth

572

26-9 

9

8

Southwest Minnesota State

549

27-6

8

9

Truman

530 

33-8

4

10

Tampa

511

27-5

10

11

Washburn

468

30-6

13

12

Central Missouri

442

29-10 

11

13

UC San Diego

411

21-7

17

14

California (Pa.)

394

41-2

12

15

West Florida

346

25-7

15

16

Florida Southern

293 

25-9

19

17

Pittsburg State

269

28-8 

16

18

Cal Poly Pomona

247

20-8

14

19

Nova Southeastern 

213

24-12

20

20

Cal State L.A.

187

21-8 

18

21

Lewis

150 

31-8

NR

22

Augustana (S.D.)

126 

23-11

22

23

Western Washington

106

21-3

21

24

Western Oregon

73

22-3

23

25

Wayne State (Neb.)

56

23-10

25

Others Receiving Votes and listed on two or more ballots: Minnesota State 39; Saginaw Valley State 25; Northern Kentucky 13; Dowling 11; Indianapolis 11; Sonoma State 10; Chico State 9; Wingate 9; Armstrong Atlantic State 6; Northern Michigan 2

 

Nine schools were listed on only one ballot for a total of 33 points.

 

Next Poll: August 31, 2009 



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