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DI Final Regular-Season National Poll Holds to Oklahoma State, Florida State

Courtesy: Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

November 13, 2012   

 

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NEW ORLEANS — The NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships will be held this Saturday, and, looking at the final regular-season coaches’ poll conducted by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), there’s definitely a lot to be excited about. Oklahoma State’s men and Florida State’s women held on to their No. 1 spot gained prior to last Friday’s NCAA Regional Championships.

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In the men’s poll – the No. 1 Cowboys, with nine of 12 first-place votes – are looking to build upon their fifth-straight Midwest region title and capture their third national crown in four years.

The No. 1 Seminole women have never won the NCAA cross country title, but have finished as the runner-up in 2009 and 2010. They are coming off their fifth-straight South region title and gained ten of 12 first-place votes in the poll.

Louisville will host the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships on Saturday at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park.   The women’s race is slated to begin at Noon, eastern, followed by the men’s at 1:15 p.m., eastern.

A live webcast of the championships will be broadcast on NCAA.com.

 

USTFCCCA NCAA DIVISION I

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY NATIONAL COACHES’ POLL

2012 Week #7 — November 13, Pre-NCAA Championships

next poll: none, final rankings are NCAA Championship result
 
Rank Institution (FPV) Points Region Conference Cross Country Coach (Yr*)
Last Week
1 Oklahoma State (9) 354 Midwest Big 12 Dave Smith (7th)
1
2 Iona 330 Northeast Metro Atlantic Ricardo Santos (5th)
4
2 Stanford (1) 330 West Pac-12 Chris Miltenberg (1st)
3
4 Wisconsin 307 Great Lakes Big Ten Mick Byrne (5th)
6
5 Texas 304 South Central Big 12 John Hayes (6th)
5
6 Oklahoma 300 Midwest Big 12 Martin Smith (8th)
8
7 Colorado (2) 289 Mountain Pac-12 Mark Wetmore (18th)
2
8 BYU 259 Mountain West Coast Ed Eyestone (13th)
7
9 Portland 241 West West Coast Rob Conner (23rd)
9
10 Northern Arizona 232 Mountain Big Sky Eric Heins (6th)
18
11 Arkansas 231 South Central SEC Chris Bucknam (5th)
10
12 Tulsa 219 Midwest Conference USA Steve Gulley (11th)
19
13 Michigan 199 Great Lakes Big Ten Alex Gibby (3rd)
12
14 Virginia 173 Southeast ACC Peter Watson (1st)
21
14 Syracuse 173 Northeast Big East Chris Fox (8th)
14
16 Oregon 169 West Pac-12 Robert Johnson (1st)
11
17 Eastern Kentucky 162 Southeast Ohio Valley Rick Erdmann (34th)
15
18 Florida State 155 South ACC Bob Braman (13th)
23
18 Georgetown 155 Mid-Atlantic Big East Patrick Henner (14th)
24
20 Columbia 143 Northeast Ivy Willy Wood (19th)
22
21 New Mexico 133 Mountain Mountain West Joe Franklin (6th)
16
22 UCLA 129 West Pac-12 Mike Maynard (4th)
27
23 Princeton 120 Mid-Atlantic Ivy Jason Vigilante (1st)
13
24 Indiana 103 Great Lakes Big Ten Ron Helmer (6th)
20
25 Villanova 102 Mid-Atlantic Big East Marcus O’Sullivan (13th)
RV
26 Virginia Tech 77 Southeast ACC Ben Thomas (12th)
17
27 Georgia 63 South SEC Patrick Cunniff (1st)
26
28 NC State 58 Southeast ACC Rollie Geiger (35th)
RV
29 Notre Dame 20 Great Lakes Big East Joe Piane (38th)
28
30 Michigan State 19 Great Lakes Big Ten Walt Drenth (9th)
NR
Others Receiving Votes: Washington 10, Duke 7, Florida 4, Arizona State 4, Kansas 3, Texas A&M 3, Illinois 1.
Dropped Out: No. 25 Arizona State, No. 29 Texas A&M, No. 29 Kansas
compiled by Don Kopriva
(* year as effective coach of that team in men’s cross country)

 

USTFCCCA NCAA DIVISION I

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY NATIONAL COACHES’ POLL

2012 Week #7 — November 13, Pre-NCAA Championships

next poll: none, final rankings are NCAA Championship result
 
Rank Institution (FPV) Points Region Conference Cross Country Coach (Yr*)
Last Week
1 Florida State (10) 358 South ACC Karen Harvey (6th)
1
2 Oregon (1) 344 West Pac-12 Robert Johnson (1st)
3
3 Iowa State (1) 341 Midwest Big 12 Corey Ihmels (6th)
2
4 Stanford 319 West Pac-12 Chris Miltenberg (1st)
5
5 Arizona 315 West Pac-12 James Li (11th)
4
6 Michigan 297 Great Lakes Big Ten Mike McGuire (21st)
6
7 Washington 286 West Pac-12 Greg Metcalf (11th)
7
8 Providence 267 Northeast Big East Ray Treacy (29th)
20
9 Penn State 248 Mid-Atlantic Big Ten Beth Alford-Sullivan (14th)
15
10 Duke 246 Southeast ACC Kevin Jermyn (9th)
10
11 Georgetown 230 Mid-Atlantic Big East Michael Smith (1st)
9
12 Arkansas 225 South Central SEC Lance Harter (23rd)
12
13 Michigan State 219 Great Lakes Big Ten Walt Drenth (9th)
11
14 Connecticut 212 Northeast Big East Andrea Grove-McDonough (4th)
16
15 Weber State 200 Mountain Big Sky Paul Pilkington (6th)
13
16 Cornell 166 Northeast Ivy Artie Smith (14th)
8
17 New Mexico 160 Mountain Mountain West Joe Franklin (6th)
17
18 Notre Dame 142 Great Lakes Big East Tim Connelly (25th)
23
19 Texas 131 South Central Big 12 Steve Sisson (7th)
22
20 William and Mary 127 Southeast Colonial Jill Miller (1st)
19
21 Oklahoma State 122 Midwest Big 12 Dave Smith (4th)
21
22 Villanova 110 Mid-Atlantic Big East Gina Procaccio (13th)
25
23 Colorado 91 Mountain Pac-12 Mark Wetmore (18th)
24
24 Vanderbilt 79 South SEC Steve Keith (7th)
RV
25 Minnesota 68 Midwest Big Ten Gary Wilson (28th)
28
26 Butler 67 Great Lakes Atlantic 10 Matt Roe (6th)
RV
27 Toledo 61 Great Lakes Mid-American Kevin Hadsell (15th)
18
28 Georgia 35 South SEC Patrick Cunniff (1st)
NR
29 Boston College 34 Northeast ACC Randy Thomas (21st)
27
30 Florida 31 South SEC Mike Holloway (6th)
14
Others Receiving Votes: Harvard 21, San Francisco 10, Princeton 9, West Virginia 6, La Salle 2, NC State 1.
Dropped Out: No. 14 Florida, No. 26 San Francisco, No. 27 Boston College, No. 29 UCLA, No. 30 NC State
compiled by Jesse Rosen
(* year as effective coach of that team in women’s cross country)


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