DIII National Cross Country Coaches’ Poll — Week 8

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

November 2, 2011   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Wednesday the week eight results of the national cross country coaches’ poll for NCAA Division III.

The NCAA Regional Championships will take place on Saturday, November 12. The NCAA Division III National Championships will take place the following Saturday, November 19. The final regular-season national coaches’ poll will be released on Monday, November 14.

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USTFCCCA NCAA Division III

Men’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll

2011 Week #8, November 2

next poll: MONDAY, November 14
Rank Institution (FPV) Points Region Conference Head Coach (Yr*)
Last
Week
1 North Central (Ill.) (8) 280 Midwest CCIW Al Carius (46th)
1
2 Haverford 272 Mideast Centennial Tom Donnelly (37th)
2
3 Washington (Mo.) 261 Midwest UAA Jeff Stiles (11th)
3
4 Calvin 255 Great Lakes MIAA Brian Diemer (26th)
6
5 Wheaton (Ill.) 250 Midwest CCIW Scott Bradley (10th)
5
6 Dickinson 238 Mideast Centennial Don Nichter (22nd)
4
7 Williams 225 New England NESCAC Peter Farwell (33rd)
14
8 UW-Oshkosh 221 Midwest WIAC Paul Brown (1st)
8
9 SUNY Geneseo 219 Atlantic SUNYAC Mike Woods (20th)
13
10 Bates 204 New England NESCAC Al Fereshetian (17th)
9
11 St. Lawrence 197 Atlantic Liberty League John Newman (11th)
10
12 UW-La Crosse 189 Midwest WIAC Don Fritsch (14th)
16
13 NYU 184 Atlantic UAA Nick McDonough (14th)
15
14 Bowdoin 169 New England NESCAC Peter Slovenski (26th)
33
14 Chicago 169 Midwest UAA Chris Hall (11th)
10
16 Middlebury 162 New England NESCAC Nicole Wilkerson (1st)
7
17 MIT 150 New England NEWMAC Halston Taylor (30th)
12
18 UW-Platteville 145 Midwest WIAC Tom Antczak (19th)
17
19 Augustana (Ill.) 144 Midwest CCIW Paul Olsen (46th)
19
20 UW-Stevens Point 124 Midwest WIAC Rick Witt (33rd)
20
21 Nebraska Wesleyan 120 Central Great Plains Ted Bulling (22nd)
21
22 Wabash 111 Great Lakes NCAC Roger Busch (6th)
21
23 Elizabethtown 109 Mideast Middle Atlantic Brian Falk (1st)
24
24 Tufts 100 New England NESCAC Ethan Barron (7th)
18
25 Hamline 90 Central MIAC Paul Schmaedeke (21st)
25
26 Occidental 59 West SCIAC Robert Bartlett (7th)
26
27 SUNY Cortland 54 Atlantic SUNYAC Steve Patrick (5th)
30
27 Brandeis 54 New England UAA John Evans (8th)
RV
29 St. Olaf 50 Central MIAC Phil Lundin (4th)
32
30 Carnegie Mellon 49 Mideast UAA Dario Donatelli (11th)
RV
31 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 43 West SCIAC John Goldhammer (28th)
31
32 Rochester 26 Atlantic UAA John Izzo (12th)
27
33 Allegheny 23 Mideast NCAC Brent Wilkerson (2nd)
35
34 UW-Eau Claire 21 Midwest WIAC Dan Schwamberger (5th)
29
35 Manchester 19 Great Lakes HCAC Brian Cashdollar (14th)
NR
Others Receiving Votes: Pomona-Pitzer 15, Loras 11, Whitworth 11, Hope 9, Luther 4, Johns Hopkins 2, Swarthmore 1, TCNJ 1.
Dropped Out: No. 23 Johns Hopkins, No. 28 Pomona-Pitzer, No. 34 Albion.
(* year as head coach of that team in men’s cross country, officially NCAA-recognized coach listed)

 

USTFCCCA NCAA Division III

Women’s Cross Country National Coaches’ Poll

2011 Week #8, November 2

next poll: MONDAY, November 14
Rank Institution (FPV) Points Region Conference Head Coach (Yr*)
Last
Week
1 Williams (6) 278 New England NESCAC Peter Farwell (12th)
1
2 Washington (Mo.) (1) 270 Midwest UAA Jeff Stiles (11th)
2
3 Middlebury 264 New England NESCAC Nicole Wilkerson (1st)
3
4 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (1) 256 West SCIAC John Goldhammer (28th)
3
5 MIT 248 New England NEWMAC Halston Taylor (5th)
5
6 SUNY Geneseo 242 Atlantic SUNYAC Mike Woods (20th)
6
7 UW-Eau Claire 233 Midwest WIAC Dan Schwamberger (5th)
7
8 Rowan 225 Atlantic NJAC Derick “Ringo” Adamson (5th)
9
9 Calvin 199 Great Lakes MIAA Brian Diemer (6th)
8
9 Carleton 199 Central MIAC Donna Ricks (17th)
23
11 Johns Hopkins 197 Mideast Centennial Bobby Van Allen (13th)
10
11 St. Lawrence 197 Atlantic Liberty League Mike Howard (13th)
12
13 Hope 190 Great Lakes MIAA Mark Northuis (24th)
17
14 Amherst 178 New England NESCAC John Adamson (1st)
13
15 St. Olaf 163 Central MIAC Chris Daymont (31st)
11
16 Plattsburgh State 161 Atlantic SUNYAC Nick Jones (1st)
15
17 Ohio Northern 159 Great Lakes OAC Jason Maus (6th)
16
18 Oberlin 152 Great Lakes NCAC Ray Appenheimer (6th)
14
19 Haverford 127 Mideast Centennial Fran Rizzo (21st)
29
20 Lewis & Clark 122 West Northwest Keith Woodard (5th)
18
21 NYU 120 Atlantic UAA Nick McDonough (14th)
26
22 Emory 102 South/Southeast UAA John Curtin (27th)
19
23 Tufts 98 New England NESCAC Kristen Morwick (12th)
22
24 Nebraska Wesleyan 97 Central Great Plains Ted Bulling (17th)
21
25 North Central (Ill.) 89 Midwest CCIW Mahesh Narayanan (11th)
24
26 Dickinson 87 Mideast Centennial Don Nichter (22nd)
20
27 Wartburg 75 Central IIAC Steve Johnson (23rd)
30
28 Willamette 55 West Northwest Matt McGuirk (8th)
NR
29 Colby 50 New England NESCAC Deb Aitken (27th)
28
30 Elizabethtown 49 Mideast Middle Atlantic Brian Falk (4th)
RV
31 TCNJ 47 Atlantic NJAC Phil Jennings (9th)
RV
32 Luther 26 Central IIAC Yarrow Pasche (7th)
34
33 Keene State 24 New England Little East Peter Thomas (29th)
30
34 Whittier 20 West SCIAC Greg Phillips (26th)
32
34 SUNY Cortland 20 Atlantic SUNYAC Steve Patrick (5th)
27
Others Receiving Votes: Whitman 10, Centre 7, UW-Stevens Point 3, Illinois Wesleyan 1.
Dropped Out: No. 25 Whitman, No. 33 Chicago, No. 35 Case Western
(* year as head coach of that team in women’s cross country, officially NCAA-recognized coach listed)