Colorado College No. 17 in latest AVCA national rankings

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Colorado College fell two spots to 17th in the season's second national rankings from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA).

The Tigers, who last week were ranked 15th in the AVCA rankings, went 3-1 at the Colorado College Classic where they beat Wheaton (Ill.), Texas Lutheran, and Pacific Lutheran.

Southwestern University is among other teams receiving votes (35th).


AVCA NCAA Division III Women's National Poll 1 - September 11, 2012


Rank

School (First-Place Votes)

Total Points

2012 Record

Previous
Rank
 

Washington-St. Louis (22) 

594 

10-0 

 2 

Wittenberg (1) 

562 

6-0 

3

Calvin 

533 

7-0 

 4 

Christopher Newport (1) 

524 

7-1 

5

Emory

506 

8-1 

Cal Lutheran 

495 

6-0 

Hope 

453 

8-0 

St. Thomas (Minn.) 

449 

7-1 

9

SUNY Cortland

344 

8-0 

13 

10

Wisconsin-Whitewater

323 

6-2 

12 

11 

Puget Sound

311 

5-2 

16 

12 

Juniata 

300 

5-3 

13

Chicago 

274 

6-2 

14 

14

Otterbein 

260 

6-3 

23 

15

Elmhurst 

257 

5-3 

11 

16

Carthage 

225 

3-1 

16 

 17 

Colorado College 

179 

6-2 

15 

18 

Wartburg 

160 

7-1 

21 

19 

Eastern 

145 

3-2 

10 

20 

Pacific Lutheran 

133 

6-2 

20 

21

Heidelberg 

123 

7-1 

22 

22

Mount Union 

111 

5-3 

19 

23

Occidental 

85 

7-1 

25 

24

Salisbury 

65 

8-1 

NR 

25

Bowdoin 

45 

2-0 

NR 


Others Receiving Votes and listed on two or more ballots: St. Benedict (Minn.) 40; Wellesley 35; Johns Hopkins 33; Wisconsin-Stevens Point 33; North Central (IL) 32; Texas-Dallas 30; Millikin 19; Whitworth 19; Springfield 14; Southwestern (Texas) 10; Randolph-Macon 7; Concordia (Minn.) 5; Swarthmore 4 


14 schools mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 63 combined points.

 

Dropped Out: St. Benedict (Minn.) 18; Concordia (Minn.) 24