Stanford New No. 1 In Final AVCA Coaches Poll

  0 Carly DeMarque | December 19th, 2016 | ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, College - Women's Indoor, Division I Mid-Major, News, Pac 12, Rankings, SEC, WCC

The AVCA released their final rankings of the season with Stanford rightfully takes the No. 1 rank after taking the 2016 NCAA National Title.

The Cardinals earned all 64 votes necessary to earn the first place ranking. Stanford was currently ranked at No. 9. Jumping up to second is NCAA Tournament runner-up Texas, currently being ranked at No. 5.

Staying ahead of Nebraska is Minnesota at No. 3, after dropping their semifinal match to Texas.

Making the biggest jump is Creighton to No. 9 from No. 21., after their Cinderella ran through the tournament, taking out then No. 4 ranked Kansas, and proceeded to upset team after team. The Jayhawks fall from No. 4 to No. 12.

Entering the list for the final ranking of the season are No. 18 Ohio State and No. 20 Arizona, who were both previously unranked. While previous No. 20 Western Kentucky and No. 23 Dayton dropped out of the top-25.

Rank School (First-Place Votes) Total Points Adjusted 2016 Record Previous Rank
1 Stanford (64) 1600 27-7 9
2 Texas 1528 27-5 5
3 Minnesota 1458 29-5 1
4 Nebraska 1429 31-3 2
5 Wisconsin 1310 28-5 3
6 UCLA 1211 27-7 8
7 Washington 1158 29-5 7
8 BYU 1116 29-4 10
9 Creighton 1029 29-7 21
10 Penn State 1017 24-10 13
11 North Carolina 968 29-4 6
12 Kansas 836 27-3 4
13 Florida State 795 26-6 16
14 Michigan 733 24-11 17
15 Florida 663 27-4 11
16 Missouri 611 27-6 18
17 Hawai’i 592 23-6 12
18 Ohio State 514 22-13 NR
19 Michigan State 482 25-9 15
20 Arizona 357 20-15 NR
21 Oregon 339 21-10 19
22 San Diego 305 24-6 14
23 Kentucky 199 23-8 24
24 Washington State 154 22-12 25
25 Utah 72 20-12 22

Others receiving votes and listed on two or more ballots: Western Kentucky 63; Boise State 60; Kansas State 43; Purdue 35; Dayton 31; Pittsburgh 26; SMU 22; Baylor 20; UNLV 7

Three teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 15 combined points.

Dropped Out: Western Kentucky 20; Dayton 23

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