Wisconsin & Pre-Nats Produce Significant Shift in Division I Cross Country Regional Rankings

By Kyle Terwillegar, USTFCCCA

October 20, 2014   

NEW ORLEANS – Seven new NCAA Division I cross country teams emerged from the Wisconsin adidas Invitational/Pre-National Invitational weekend projected to claim automatic bids into the NCAA Championships in Monday’s U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Regional Team Rankings, but the most important weekend of the regular season only produced one new regional No. 1.

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But what a seismic change it was: Ranked No. 1 nationally all year long, the Michigan women were deposed from their throne atop the Great Lakes Region following a stinging third-place showing at Pre-Nats behind Mid-Atlantic No. 1 Georgetown (national No. 4) and West No. 1 Oregon (national No. 3), 110-139-143.

Moving up to take the Wolverines’ spot were the national No. 2 Spartans of Michigan State, who thrashed the season’s toughest field (outside of NCAAs on November 22 in Terre Haute, Indiana) at Wisconsin by more than 100 points. Competing against a field with 26 nationally ranked or vote-receiving teams, MSU put six runners in the top 45 (no other team had more than three) to take down national South Central No. 1 Arkansas (national No. 5), 87-191.

Will the Spartans also claim their in-state rival’s No. 1 national rank in Tuesday’s National Coaches Poll? Or will Georgetown not only take the head-to-head win from Michigan but also the Poll’s top spot?

Whichever way the voters decide, what is certain is that the rest of Monday’s Regional Team Rankings will ensure the remainder of the National Coaches Polls for both genders will also undergo significant shifts.

Five men’s regions saw new teams move into their top two positions – remember, the top two teams at each Regional Championship meet will automatically advance into the NCAA Championships – while four more teams slid up onto the bubble into the third position. The women’s rankings got two new No. 2 teams plus four more new No. 3 squads.

Both the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions produced new No. 2 teams for men and women this weekend.

In the Northeast, the Iona men (No. 14 nationally) finished runner-up at Wisconsin ahead of national No. 9 Wisconsin, No. 5 Portland, No. 7 Stanford, No. 3 Northern Arizona and No. 9 UCLA. Normally this would put a team atop its region, but the one team the Gaels lost out to was Northeast No. 1 Syracuse (national No. 6). All told, 12 of the region’s 15 teams were in a different spot from a week ago.

Also in the Northeast, the Dartmouth women stepped up to No. 2 after a head-to-head win over former No. 2 Boston College (national No. 17) at Wisconsin. Defending national champion Providence (national 23) dropped to No. 5 in the region as 10 of the top 12 teams moved around, while the Iona women – running without Kate Avery – moved up five positions after taking down Providence at Wisconsin.

Among the biggest surprises at Wisconsin were the West Virginia women (No. 20 nationally), who finished fifth overall after entering as the 15th-highest ranked team in the field. The Mountaineers usurped Villanova (national No. 21) for No. 2 in the region.

While the headlines at Georgetown rightfully revolved around their women’s upset of No. 1 Michigan, the Georgetown men had themselves an impressive run at Pre-Nats, too, to finish third behind national No. 1 Colorado and No. 2 Oregon. The Hoya men swapped spots with Princeton (national No. 24) to move up to No. 2.

The rundown from elsewhere around the country:

  • SOUTHEAST: The Furman men (No. 26 nationally) moved to No. 2 after finishing fourth at Pre-Nationals, while the NC State women (No. 29 nationally) moved up onto the bubble at No. 3 with a fifth-place showing at Pre-Nats.
  • MOUNTAIN: The New Mexico men (No. 16 nationally) jumped BYU (No. 12 nationally) to check in at No. 3 following a 12th-place finish at Wisconsin (just one spot ahead of BYU), while the Northern Arizona women (receiving votes nationally) also leapfrogged BYU (No. 30 nationally) for the No. 3 spot with an 11th-place showing at Pre-Nationals. The BYU women were 26th at Wisconsin.
  • WEST: Stanford‘s men (No. 7 nationally) were fifth at Wisconsin to move up one spot to No. 3 in the region. The Cardinal switched positions with UCLA, which finished seventh in Madison.
  • MIDWEST: The Tulsa men (No. 29 nationally) moved up one position to No. 2 with a fifth-place finish at Pre-Nats, swapping places with Oklahoma (No. 20 nationally) after its 17th-place showing at Wisconsin.
  • SOUTH: Mississippi‘s men were eighth at Pre-Nationals to move up two spots to No. 2, while Middle Tennessee dominated at Chattanooga to also jump two spots to No. 3. Making both moves possible were the Auburn men (receiving votes nationally), who dropped two spots to No. 4 following a runner-up-place finish at Alabama. For the women, Alabama moved up two spots to No. 3 with a win at its home invite.

New to this week’s men’s rankings were Youngstown State and Cincinnati (Great Lakes); Illinois State and Nebraska (Midwest); Boston U (Northeast); South Alabama (South); Sam Houston State (South Central); and George Mason (Southeast).

Joining the rankings for the women were Bowling Green and Western Michigan (Great Lakes); Rider (Mid-Atlantic); Iowa (Midwest); Idaho State (Mountain); Southern Miss, Tennessee and Samford (South); Arkansas-Little Rock, Central Arkansas and UTSA (South Central); Appalachian State (Southeast); and Oregon State (West).

NCAA Division I Regional Championships will be held around the country Friday, November 14.

USTFCCCA Regional Cross Country Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighing returning team strength with current-season results in determining predicted team finishes at the NCAA Regional Championships.

USTFCCCA NCAA Division I

Men’s Cross Country Regional Team Rankings

2014 Week #5 — October 20

national poll release: October 21
next regional release: November 4
         
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Wisconsin Madison, Wis. Big Ten
1
2 Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Big Ten
2
3 Indiana Bloomington, Ind. Big Ten
3
4 Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. Big Ten
4
5 Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, Mich. Mid-American
6
6 Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. ACC
5
7 Indiana State Terre Haute, Ind. Missouri Valley
8
8 IUPUI Indianapolis, Ind. Summit League
10
9 Akron Akron, Ohio Mid-American
9
10 Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. Big Ten
13
11 Central Michigan Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mid-American
14
12 Butler Indianapolis, Ind. Big East
7
13 Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Big Ten
11
14 Youngstown State Youngstown, Ohio Horizon
NR
15 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio American
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Michigan, 2012: Wisconsin, 2011: Wisconsin, 2010: Wisconsin, 2009: Wisconsin
       
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Villanova Villanova, Pa. Big East
1
2 Georgetown Washington, D.C. Big East
3
3 Princeton Princeton, N.J. Ivy
2
4 Penn State State College, Pa. Big Ten
4
5 Navy Annapolis, Md. Patriot
6
6 Penn Philadelphia, Pa. Ivy
5
7 Bucknell Lewisburg, Pa. Patriot
9
8 Lehigh Bethlehem, Pa. Patriot
8
9 UMBC Catonsville, Md. America East
10
10 American Washington, D.C. Patriot
14
11 Saint Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic 10
7
12 Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Atlantic 10
13
13 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. ACC
15
14 Monmouth West Long Branch, N.J. Metro Atlantic
12
15 La Salle Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic 10
11
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Villanova, 2012: Georgetown, 2011: Georgetown, 2010: Princeton, 2009: Georgetown
       
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. Big 12
1
2 Tulsa Tulsa, Okla. American
3
3 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Big 12
2
4 Iowa State Ames, Iowa Big 12
5
5 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Big Ten
4
6 Missouri Columbia, Mo. SEC
7
7 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Big Ten
9
8 Illinois Champaign, Ill. Big Ten
6
9 Bradley Peoria, Ill. Missouri Valley
10
10 Southern Illinois Carbondale, Ill. Missouri Valley
11
11 Wichita State Wichita, Kan. Missouri Valley
12
12 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Big 12
8
13 Illinois State Normal, Ill. Missouri Valley
NR
14 Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. Big Ten
NR
15 North Dakota State Fargo, N.D. Summit League
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Oklahoma State, 2012: Oklahoma State/Oklahoma,2011: Oklahoma State, 2010: Oklahoma, 2009: Oklahoma State
       
         
MOUNTAIN Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Colorado Boulder, Colo. Pac-12
1
2 Northern Arizona Flagstaff, Ariz. Big Sky
2
3 New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. Mountain West
4
4 BYU Provo, Utah West Coast
3
5 Southern Utah Cedar City, Utah Big Sky
5
6 Colorado State Fort Collins, Colo. Mountain West
6
7 Air Force Colorado Springs, Colo. Mountain West
7
8 UTEP El Paso, Texas Conference USA
9
9 Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. Mountain West
8
10 Weber State Ogden, Utah Big Sky
10
11 Montana State Bozeman, Mont. Big Sky
11
12 Utah Valley Orem, Utah WAC
14
13 Utah State Logan, Utah Mountain West
12
14 Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas Big 12
13
15 Idaho State Pocatello, Idaho Big Sky
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Northern Arizona, 2012: Northern Arizona, 2011: BYU, 2010: New Mexico, 2009: BYU
       
         
NORTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. ACC
1
2 Iona New Rochelle, N.Y. Metro Atlantic
3
3 Providence Providence, R.I. Big East
2
4 Dartmouth Hanover, N.H. Ivy
5
5 Harvard Cambridge, Mass. Ivy
6
6 Columbia New York, N.Y. Ivy
7
7 Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. Ivy
8
8 Yale New Haven, Conn. Ivy
4
9 Fordham Bronx, N.Y. Atlantic 10
10
10 Brown Providence, R.I. Ivy
11
11 Buffalo Buffalo, N.Y. Mid-American
14
12 New Hampshire Durham, N.H. America East
12
13 Boston University Boston, Mass. Patriot
NR
14 Northeastern Boston, Mass. Colonial
9
15 Canisius Buffalo, N.Y. Metro Atlantic
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Syracuse, 2012: Iona, 2011: Syracuse, 2010: Syracuse, 2009: Syracuse
       
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. ACC
1
2 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. SEC
4
3 Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. Conference USA
5
4 Auburn Auburn, Ala. SEC
2
5 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. ACC
7
6 North Florida Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Sun
8
7 Georgia Athens, Ga. SEC
9
8 Florida Gainesville, Fla. SEC
3
9 South Alabama Mobile, Ala. Sun Belt
NR
10 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. SEC
6
11 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. SEC
10
12 Belmont Nashville, Tenn. Ohio Valley
12
13 Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. Atlantic Sun
11
14 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. SEC
14
15 Samford Birmingham, Ala. Southern
13
Regional Championship History – Last Five Champions:
2013: Georgia, 2012: Florida State, 2011: Florida State, 2010: Alabama, 2009: Alabama
       
         
SOUTH CENTRAL Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. SEC
1
2 Texas Austin, Texas Big 12
2
3 Lamar Beaumont, Texas Southland
3
4 Texas A&M College Station, Texas SEC
4
5 UT Arlington Arlington, Texas Sun Belt
7
6 North Texas Denton, Texas Conference USA
5
7 Rice Houston, Texas Conference USA
8
8 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Texas Southland
6
9 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, Texas Southland
11
10 McNeese State Lake Charles, La. Southland
9
11 Baylor Waco, Texas Big 12
10
12 Houston Houston, Texas American
12
13 Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. Sun Belt
14
14 Central Arkansas Conway, Ark. Southland
13
15 Sam Houston State Huntsville, Texas Southland
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Arkansas, 2012: Texas, 2011: Texas, 2010: Arkansas, 2009: Arkansas
       
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. ACC
1
2 Furman Greenville, S.C. Southern
3
3 NC State Raleigh, N.C. ACC
4
4 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. ACC
5
5 Eastern Kentucky Richmond, Ky. Ohio Valley
2
6 Louisville Louisville, Ky. ACC
7
7 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. ACC
6
8 High Point High Point, N.C. Big South
8
9 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. SEC
15
10 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. ACC
11
11 Clemson Clemson, S.C. ACC
14
12 Liberty Lynchburg, Va. Big South
9
13 Appalachian State Boone, N.C. Sun Belt
13
14 William and Mary Williamsburg, Va. Colonial
10
15 George Mason Fairfax, Va. Atlantic 10
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Eastern Kentucky, 2012: Virginia, 2011: NC State, 2010: William and Mary, 2009: William and Mary
       
         
WEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Oregon Eugene, Ore. Pac-12
1
2 Portland Portland, Ore. West Coast
2
3 Stanford Palo Alto, Calif. Pac-12
4
4 UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. Pac-12
3
5 Washington Seattle, Wash. Pac-12
5
6 Boise State Boise, Idaho Mountain West
8
7 Arizona State Tempe, Ariz. Pac-12
6
8 Gonzaga Spokane, Wash. West Coast
7
9 UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, Calif. Big West
10
10 Washington State Pullman, Wash. Pac-12
9
11 California Berkeley, Calif. Pac-12
11
12 Arizona Tucson, Ariz. Pac-12
12
13 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Calif. Big West
13
14 Santa Clara Santa Clara, Calif. West Coast
14
15 San Francisco San Francisco, Calif. West Coast
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Stanford, 2012: Stanford, 2011: Stanford, 2010: Oregon, 2009: Stanford

 

USTFCCCA NCAA Division I

Women’s Cross Country Regional Team Rankings

2014 Week #5 — October 20

national poll release: October 21
next regional release: November 4
         
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. Big Ten
2
2 Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Big Ten
1
3 Wisconsin Madison, Wis. Big Ten
3
4 Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Big Ten
5
5 Toledo Toledo, Ohio Mid-American
7
6 Indiana Bloomington, Ind. Big Ten
8
7 Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. ACC
4
8 Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, Mich. Mid-American
9
9 Miami (Ohio) Oxford, Ohio Mid-American
10
10 Butler Indianapolis, Ind. Big East
6
11 Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. Big Ten
11
12 Marquette Milwaukee, Wis. Big East
12
13 Bowling Green Bowling Green, Ohio Mid-American
NR
14 Central Michigan Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mid-American
13
15 Western Michigan Kalamazoo, Mich. Mid-American
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Michigan, 2012: Michigan, 2011: Michigan, 2010: Michigan State, 2009: Notre Dame
       
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Georgetown Washington, D.C. Big East
1
2 West Virginia Morgantown, W. Va. Big 12
3
3 Villanova Villanova, Pa. Big East
2
4 Princeton Princeton, N.J. Ivy
5
5 Penn State State College, Pa. Big Ten
4
6 Penn Philadelphia, Pa. Ivy
6
7 La Salle Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic 10
7
8 Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Atlantic 10
8
9 Navy Annapolis, Md. Patriot
9
10 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. ACC
10
11 Bucknell Lewisburg, Pa. Patriot
14
12 Lehigh Bethlehem, Pa. Patriot
13
13 UMBC Catonsville, Md. America East
11
14 Rider Lawrenceville, N.J. Metro Atlantic
NR
15 Maryland College Park, Md. Big Ten
12
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Villanova, 2012: Penn State, 2011: Villanova/Georgetown,2010: Villanova, 2009: Villanova
       
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Iowa State Ames, Iowa Big 12
1
2 Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. Big 12
2
3 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Big Ten
3
4 Bradley Peoria, Ill. Missouri Valley
5
5 Tulsa Tulsa, Okla. American
7
6 Missouri Columbia, Mo. SEC
4
7 Kansas State Manhattan, Kan. Big 12
11
8 Illinois Champaign, Ill. Big Ten
9
9 South Dakota Vermillion, S.D. Summit League
8
10 Northwestern Evanston, Ill. Big Ten
6
11 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Big 12
10
12 Wichita State Wichita, Kan. Missouri Valley
12
13 Southern Illinois Carbondale, Ill. Missouri Valley
13
14 Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, Iowa Missouri Valley
14
15 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Big Ten
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Iowa State, 2012: Iowa State, 2011: Iowa State, 2010: Iowa State, 2009: Minnesota
       
         
MOUNTAIN Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Colorado Boulder, Colo. Pac-12
1
2 New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. Mountain West
2
3 Northern Arizona Flagstaff, Ariz. Big Sky
5
4 BYU Provo, Utah West Coast
3
5 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Pac-12
6
6 Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. Mountain West
4
7 Weber State Ogden, Utah Big Sky
9
8 Colorado State Fort Collins, Colo. Mountain West
8
9 Montana State Bozeman, Mont. Big Sky
7
10 Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas Big 12
14
11 Southern Utah Cedar City, Utah Big Sky
12
12 Idaho State Pocatello, Idaho Big Sky
NR
13 Utah State Logan, Utah Mountain West
10
14 Nevada Reno, Nevada Mountain West
13
15 Montana Missoula, Mont. Big Sky
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Colorado, 2012: Weber State, 2011: New Mexico/Colorado,2010: New Mexico, 2009: Colorado
       
         
NORTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. ACC
1
2 Dartmouth Hanover, N.H. Ivy
3
3 Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. ACC
2
4 Iona New Rochelle, N.Y. Metro Atlantic
9
5 Providence Providence, R.I. Big East
4
6 New Hampshire Durham, N.H. America East
5
7 Yale New Haven, Conn. Ivy
7
8 Columbia New York, N.Y. Ivy
11
9 Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. Ivy
8
10 Harvard Cambridge, Mass. Ivy
6
11 Connecticut Storrs, Conn. American
12
12 Brown Providence, R.I. Ivy
10
13 Stony Brook Stony Brook, N.Y. America East
13
14 Boston University Boston, Mass. Patriot
14
15 Army West Point, N.Y. Patriot
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Providence, 2012: Providence, 2011: Syracuse, 2010: Syracuse, 2009: Syracuse
       
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. ACC
1
2 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. SEC
2
3 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. SEC
5
4 Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. Atlantic Sun
3
5 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. ACC
12
6 Auburn Auburn, Ala. SEC
7
7 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. SEC
6
8 Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. Conference USA
8
9 North Florida Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Sun
14
10 Georgia Athens, Ga. SEC
9
11 Florida Gainesville, Fla. SEC
4
12 Southern Miss Hattiesburg, Miss. Conference USA
NR
13 UAB Birmingham, Ala. Conference USA
15
14 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. SEC
NR
15 Samford Birmingham, Ala. Southern
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Florida State, 2012: Florida State, 2011: Florida State, 2010: Florida State, 2009: Florida
       
         
SOUTH CENTRAL Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. SEC
1
2 Baylor Waco, Texas Big 12
2
3 Lamar Beaumont, Texas Southland
5
4 SMU University Park, Texas American
4
5 Rice Houston, Texas Conference USA
3
6 Texas A&M College Station, Texas SEC
6
7 Texas Austin, Texas Big 12
7
8 North Texas Denton, Texas Conference USA
11
9 UT Arlington Arlington, Texas Sun Belt
9
10 Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. Sun Belt
8
11 Ark.-Little Rock Little Rock, Ark. Sun Belt
NR
12 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Texas Southland
10
13 Central Arkansas Conway, Ark. Southland
NR
14 TCU Fort Worth, Texas Big 12
13
15 UTSA San Antonio, Texas Conference USA
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Arkansas, 2012: Arkansas, 2011: Arkansas, 2010: Texas, 2009: SMU
       
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. ACC
1
2 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. ACC
2
3 NC State Raleigh, N.C. ACC
4
4 William and Mary Williamsburg, Va. Colonial
3
5 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. ACC
6
6 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. ACC
5
7 Duke Durham, N.C. ACC
7
8 Eastern Kentucky Richmond, Ky. Ohio Valley
9
9 Furman Greenville, S.C. Southern
8
10 Elon Elon, N.C. Colonial
10
11 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. SEC
11
12 Clemson Clemson, S.C. ACC
12
13 Louisville Louisville, Ky. ACC
14
14 Western Kentucky Bowling Green, Ky. Conference USA
13
15 Appalachian State Boone, N.C. Sun Belt
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Virginia, 2012: Duke, 2011: Virginia, 2010: Virginia, 2009: Duke
       
         
WEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Oregon Eugene, Ore. Pac-12
1
2 Stanford Palo Alto, Calif. Pac-12
2
3 Washington Seattle, Wash. Pac-12
3
4 Arizona State Tempe, Ariz. Pac-12
5
5 Boise State Boise, Idaho Mountain West
4
6 UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. Pac-12
6
7 Portland Portland, Ore. West Coast
7
8 California Berkeley, Calif. Pac-12
11
9 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Calif. Big West
10
10 Washington State Pullman, Wash. Pac-12
14
11 Loyola Marymount Los Angeles, Calif. West Coast
12
12 UC Davis Davis, Calif. Big West
8
13 Arizona Tucson, Ariz. Pac-12
13
14 San Francisco San Francisco, Calif. West Coast
9
15 Oregon State Corvallis, Ore. Pac-12
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2013: Arizona, 2012: Oregon, 2011: Washington, 2010: Washington, 2009: Washington