Wisconsin, Stanford still on top of NCAA polls

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  • #5614

    Ryan
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    October 3rd polls released by the USTFCCCA:

    Men

    1) Wisconsin (449)
    2) Arkansas (433)
    3) Stanford (413)
    4) Colorado (397)
    5) Iona College (390)
    6) Oregon (383)
    7) Arizona (357)
    8) Portland (334)
    9) BYU (306)
    10) Oklahoma State (304)
    11) UTEP (280)
    12) Minnesota (263)
    13) North Carolina State (259)
    14) Michigan (229)
    15) Georgetown (218)
    16) Virginia (212)
    17) Alabama (190)
    18) Providence (185)
    19) William & Mary (168)
    20) Arizona State (162)
    21) Notre Dame (161)
    22) Ohio State (136)
    23) Texas (118)
    24) Iowa State (113)
    25) Florida (102)
    26) Dartmouth (89)
    27) Florida State (82)
    28) Eastern Michigan (65)
    29) Butler (41)
    30) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (36)

    Also Receiving Votes: Princeton 24, Kansas 18, Villanova 13, Louisville 7, Michigan State 6, Washington 6, California 5, American 4, Central Michigan 4, Lamar 4, Missouri 3, Cal-Santa Barbara 2, Iowa 2, Northern Arizona 1, UCLA 1.

    Women

    1) Stanford (390)
    2) Michigan (371)
    3) Colorado (370)
    4) Arkansas (341)
    5) North Carolina State (321)
    6) BYU (318)
    7) Princeton (291)
    8) Iowa (287)
    9) UC Santa Barbara (280)
    10) Wisconsin (266)
    11) Providence (253)
    12) Oklahoma State (250)
    13) Florida State (228)
    14) Wake Forest (225)
    15) Washington (221)
    16) Arizona State (200)
    17) Illinois (187)
    18) Baylor (173)
    19) Minnesota (143)
    20) Duke (139)
    21) Colorado State (135)
    22) Michigan State (109)
    23) Georgetown (104)
    24) Tennessee (99)
    25) Virginia (77)
    26) Boston U. (60)
    27) Texas Tech (44)
    28) Butler (43)
    29) Villanova (38)
    30) Indiana (16)

    Also Receiving Votes: Virginia Tech 14, Weber State 14, Washington State 13, Nebraska 6, UC-Riverside 5, Yale 4, Florida 3, William & Mary 2, Iona 2, LaSalle 1, North Carolina 1, UC-Irvine 1.

  • #21735

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    An interesting note. Looking over the polls, 5 schools got both their men and women in the top 10. Looking over the list of schools, anyone who follows collegiate cross-country should not be too surprised by which schools accomplished this.

    Stanford (W: 1, M: 3)
    Arkansas (M: 2, W: 4)
    Colorado (W: 3, M: 4)
    Wisconsin (M: 1, W: 10)
    BYU (W: 6, M: 9)

  • #21736

    GTF
    Member

    Also note that all of them except one has a head coach for each gender.  8)

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