Two New Teams Top Latest NCAA DI Regional Rankings

Two New Teams Top Latest NCAA DI Regional Rankings

How will today’s new Regional Rankings affect the week two National Coaches’ Polls?

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NEW ORLEANS – Though this past weekend’s NCAA Division I cross country action may not have counted for NCAA Championships at-large qualifying purposes (this Friday marks the start of at-large consideration), it certainly had an impact on the week two Regional Rankings announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Regional Rankings Summary PDF | Division I XC Rankings Central
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Two new women’s teams in Michigan and NC State climbed to the tops of their respective regions, while the Indiana men – a national top-10 team from a week ago – took a sharp turn in the opposite direction.

Between the Michigan women and the Indiana men, the Great Lakes Region was a hotbed of significant action this past weekend.

With a strong 39-point performance to topple South No. 1 Vanderbilt by 53 points on Vandy’s home course, the Wolverines leapfrogged both defending national champion Michigan State and Wisconsin to assume control of the Great Lakes. U of M was led by a dominant 20-second win by Erin Finn, who ran her first XC race in the Maize and Blue since last year’s Pre-Nationals.

Michigan State and Wisconsin both held out key runners in performances at the MSU Spartan Invite and the Iona Br. Doyle Meet of Champions, respectively.

Indiana’s men entered the Indiana Intercollegiate Championships ranked No. 2 in the Great Lakes and No. 10 nationally, but ran as a pack and finished just third overall with 45 points in the Big State division behind regional foes IUPUI (40) and Indiana State (43). Consequently, the Hoosiers dropped five spots to No. 7 in the region, while IUPUI moved up four to No. 5 and Indiana State moved up one to No. 6.

Notably, IU’s potential top runner Matthew Schwartzer did run unattached as the victor of the open race. In the meantime, however, Michigan assumed control of the region’s No. 2 spot behind Wisconsin.

Combining the moves by Indiana and IUPUI with a four-spot rise by Akron to No. 8 and a matching decline by Notre Dame to No. 10, 11 of the region’s 15 teams changed places from a week ago.

In the women’s Southeast Region, a stellar debut win from frosh Ryen Frazier led the Wolfpack to an easy home victory at the adidas XC Challenge with 19 points over Duke’s 48 – all with Ryen’s sister, Wesley, running unattached as the meet’s runner-up.

The showing bumped NC State up three spots, displacing former regional leader William & Mary to No. 2, Virginia to No. 3 and North Carolina to No. 4.

The men’s Southeast was also active, as Eastern Kentucky moved up to No. 3 as North Carolina fell two spots to No. 5.

Both the men’s and women’s South Region saw top-five shifts, with both the Middle Tennessee men and Mississippi State women moving up to No. 3. Top-two might be a crucial position in this region, as neither the men nor women advanced more than the minimum two teams to the NCAA Championships a year ago.

Out West, a head-to-head victory by the Washington State men over Washington at Washington’s Sundodger Invitational shook up the latter two-thirds of the region’s rankings. WSU moved up five spots to No. 7, just ahead of Washington after a three-spot drop.

Joining the women’s rankings this week were Indiana State and Xavier (Great Lakes); Florida Gulf Coast (South); Duke and South Carolina (Southeast); and Washington State and Idaho (West).

The lone new team to the men’s rankings this week was Samford (South).

NCAA Division I Regional Championships will be held around the country on Friday, November 13 with the national meet occurring eight days later in Louisville, Kentucky.

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 teams’ strength with current season results (if applicable) in determining predicted team finishes at the NCAA Regional Championships.

 

USTFCCCA NCAA Division I

Men’s Cross Country Regional Team Rankings

2015 Week #2 — September 21

national poll release: September 22
next regional release: September 28
         
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Wisconsin Madison, Wis. Big Ten
1
2 Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Big Ten
3
3 Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. Big Ten
4
4 Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, Mich. Mid-American
5
5 IUPUI Indianapolis, Ind. Summit League
9
6 Indiana State Terre Haute, Ind. Missouri Valley
7
7 Indiana Bloomington, Ind. Big Ten
2
8 Akron Akron, Ohio Mid-American
12
9 Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Big Ten
10
10 Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. ACC
6
11 Butler Indianapolis, Ind. Big East
8
12 Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. Big Ten
11
13 Central Michigan Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mid-American
13
14 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio American
14
15 Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wis. Horizon
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Wisconsin, 2013: Michigan, 2012: Wisconsin, 2011: Wisconsin, 2010: Wisconsin
       
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Villanova Villanova, Pa. Big East
1
2 Georgetown Washington, D.C. Big East
2
3 Penn State State College, Pa. Big Ten
3
4 Princeton Princeton, N.J. Ivy
4
5 Navy Annapolis, Md. Patriot
5
6 Penn Philadelphia, Pa. Ivy
6
7 UMBC Catonsville, Md. America East
7
8 Saint Joseph’s Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic 10
9
9 Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Atlantic 10
8
10 Bucknell Lewisburg, Pa. Patriot
10
11 Lehigh Bethlehem, Pa. Patriot
11
12 Monmouth West Long Branch, N.J. Metro Atlantic
14
13 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. ACC
12
14 La Salle Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic 10
15
15 Temple Philadelphia, Pa. American
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Villanova, 2013: Villanova, 2012: Georgetown, 2011: Georgetown, 2010: Princeton
       
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. Big 12
1
2 Iowa State Ames, Iowa Big 12
2
3 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Big Ten
3
4 Tulsa Tulsa, Okla. American
4
5 Illinois Champaign, Ill. Big Ten
5
6 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Big 12
6
7 Bradley Peoria, Ill. Missouri Valley
7
8 South Dakota State Brookings, S.D. Summit League
8
9 Illinois State Normal, Ill. Missouri Valley
9
10 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Big Ten
10
11 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Big 12
11
12 Wichita State Wichita, Kan. Missouri Valley
12
13 Loyola-Chicago Chicago, Ill. Missouri Valley
13
14 Missouri Columbia, Mo. SEC
14
15 North Dakota State Fargo, N.D. Summit League
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Oklahoma State, 2013: Oklahoma State, 2012: Oklahoma/Oklahoma State,2011: Oklahoma State, 2010: Oklahoma
       
         
MOUNTAIN Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Colorado Boulder, Colo. Pac-12
1
2 Northern Arizona Flagstaff, Ariz. Big Sky
2
3 BYU Provo, Utah West Coast
3
4 New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. Mountain West
4
5 Colorado State Fort Collins, Colo. Mountain West
5
6 Southern Utah Cedar City, Utah Big Sky
6
7 UTEP El Paso, Texas Conference USA
7
8 Weber State Ogden, Utah Big Sky
8
9 Air Force Colorado Springs, Colo. Mountain West
9
10 Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. Mountain West
10
11 Utah State Logan, Utah Mountain West
11
12 Utah Valley Orem, Utah WAC
13
13 Montana State Bozeman, Mont. Big Sky
12
14 Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas Big 12
14
15 New Mexico State Las Cruces, N.M. WAC
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Colorado, 2013: Northern Arizona, 2012: Northern Arizona, 2011: BYU, 2010: New Mexico
       
         
NORTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. ACC
1
2 Iona New Rochelle, N.Y. Metro Atlantic
2
3 Providence Providence, R.I. Big East
3
4 Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. Ivy
4
5 Columbia New York, N.Y. Ivy
5
6 Dartmouth Hanover, N.H. Ivy
6
7 Yale New Haven, Conn. Ivy
7
8 Harvard Cambridge, Mass. Ivy
8
9 Canisius Buffalo, N.Y. Metro Atlantic
10
10 Brown Providence, R.I. Ivy
9
11 Boston University Boston, Mass. Patriot
11
12 Army West Point, N.Y. Patriot
12
13 Binghamton Vestal, N.Y. America East
13
14 Buffalo Buffalo, N.Y. Mid-American
14
15 Fordham Bronx, N.Y. Atlantic 10
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Syracuse, 2013: Syracuse, 2012: Iona, 2011: Syracuse, 2010: Syracuse
       
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. SEC
1
2 Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. ACC
2
3 Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. Conference USA
4
4 North Florida Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Sun
5
5 Florida Gainesville, Fla. SEC
3
6 Georgia Athens, Ga. SEC
6
7 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. ACC
7
8 Auburn Auburn, Ala. SEC
8
9 Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. Atlantic Sun
9
10 South Alabama Mobile, Ala. Sun Belt
10
11 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. SEC
11
12 Samford Birmingham, Ala. Southern
NR
13 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. SEC
13
14 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. SEC
12
15 ETSU Johnson City, Tenn. Southern
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Mississippi, 2013: Georgia, 2012: Florida State, 2011: Florida State, 2010: Alabama
       
         
SOUTH CENTRAL Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. SEC
1
2 Texas Austin, Texas Big 12
2
3 North Texas Denton, Texas Conference USA
3
4 Lamar Beaumont, Texas Southland
4
5 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Texas Southland
5
6 UT Arlington Arlington, Texas Sun Belt
6
7 Texas A&M College Station, Texas SEC
7
8 Houston Houston, Texas American
8
9 McNeese State Lake Charles, La. Southland
9
10 Central Arkansas Conway, Ark. Southland
10
11 Baylor Waco, Texas Big 12
11
12 Texas State San Marcos, Texas Sun Belt
12
13 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, Texas Southland
13
14 Tulane New Orleans, La. American
14
15 Incarnate Word San Antonio, Texas Southland
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Arkansas, 2013: Arkansas, 2012: Texas, 2011: Texas, 2010: Arkansas
       
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. ACC
1
2 Furman Greenville, S.C. Southern
2
3 Eastern Kentucky Richmond, Ky. Ohio Valley
4
4 NC State Raleigh, N.C. ACC
5
5 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. ACC
3
6 Louisville Louisville, Ky. ACC
7
7 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. ACC
6
8 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. SEC
8
9 High Point High Point, N.C. Big South
9
10 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. ACC
10
11 Duke Durham, N.C. ACC
11
12 William and Mary Williamsburg, Va. Colonial
12
13 Appalachian State Boone, N.C. Sun Belt
13
14 George Mason Fairfax, Va. Atlantic 10
14
15 Liberty Lynchburg, Va. Big South
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Virginia, 2013: Eastern Kentucky, 2012: Virginia, 2011: NC State, 2010: William and Mary
       
         
WEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Stanford Palo Alto, Calif. Pac-12
1
2 Oregon Eugene, Ore. Pac-12
2
3 UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. Pac-12
3
4 Arizona State Tempe, Ariz. Pac-12
4
5 California Berkeley, Calif. Pac-12
6
6 Portland Portland, Ore. West Coast
7
7 Washington State Pullman, Wash. Pac-12
12
8 Washington Seattle, Wash. Pac-12
5
9 Boise State Boise, Idaho Mountain West
8
10 UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, Calif. Big West
9
11 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Calif. Big West
10
12 Gonzaga Spokane, Wash. West Coast
11
13 Arizona Tucson, Ariz. Pac-12
13
14 San Jose State San Jose, Calif. Mountain West
14
15 St. Mary’s (Calif.) Moraga, Calif. West Coast
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Oregon, 2013: Stanford, 2012: Stanford, 2011: Stanford, 2010: Oregon

 

USTFCCCA NCAA Division I

Women’s Cross Country Regional Team Rankings

2015 Week #2 — September 21

national poll release: September 22
next regional release: September 28
         
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. Big Ten
3
2 Michigan State East Lansing, Mich. Big Ten
1
3 Wisconsin Madison, Wis. Big Ten
2
4 Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. ACC
4
5 Indiana Bloomington, Ind. Big Ten
6
6 Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Big Ten
5
7 Eastern Michigan Ypsilanti, Mich. Mid-American
7
8 Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. Big Ten
8
9 Toledo Toledo, Ohio Mid-American
9
10 Butler Indianapolis, Ind. Big East
10
11 Bowling Green Bowling Green, Ohio Mid-American
11
12 Central Michigan Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mid-American
12
13 Miami (Ohio) Oxford, Ohio Mid-American
13
14 Indiana State Terre Haute, Ind. Missouri Valley
NR
15 Xavier Cincinnati, Ohio Big East
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Michigan State, 2013: Michigan, 2012: Michigan, 2011: Michigan, 2010: Michigan State
       
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Georgetown Washington, D.C. Big East
1
2 Penn State State College, Pa. Big Ten
2
3 West Virginia Morgantown, W. Va. Big 12
3
4 Villanova Villanova, Pa. Big East
4
5 Princeton Princeton, N.J. Ivy
5
6 Penn Philadelphia, Pa. Ivy
6
7 Bucknell Lewisburg, Pa. Patriot
7
8 Duquesne Pittsburgh, Pa. Atlantic 10
8
9 Navy Annapolis, Md. Patriot
9
10 Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. Big Ten
11
11 George Washington Washington, D.C. Atlantic 10
12
12 Rider Lawrenceville, N.J. Metro Atlantic
10
13 Monmouth West Long Branch, N.J. Metro Atlantic
14
14 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. ACC
13
15 Maryland College Park, Md. Big Ten
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Georgetown, 2013: Villanova, 2012: Penn State, 2011: Georgetown/Villanova,2010: Villanova
       
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Iowa State Ames, Iowa Big 12
1
2 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Big Ten
2
3 Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. Big 12
3
4 Bradley Peoria, Ill. Missouri Valley
4
5 Tulsa Tulsa, Okla. American
5
6 South Dakota Vermillion, S.D. Summit League
6
7 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. Big 12
7
8 Missouri Columbia, Mo. SEC
8
9 Illinois Champaign, Ill. Big Ten
9
10 Northwestern Evanston, Ill. Big Ten
10
11 Loyola-Chicago Chicago, Ill. Missouri Valley
11
12 Illinois State Normal, Ill. Missouri Valley
12
13 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Big Ten
13
14 Wichita State Wichita, Kan. Missouri Valley
14
15 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. Big 12
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Iowa State, 2013: Iowa State, 2012: Iowa State, 2011: Iowa State, 2010: Iowa State
       
         
MOUNTAIN Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. Mountain West
1
2 Colorado Boulder, Colo. Pac-12
2
3 BYU Provo, Utah West Coast
3
4 Northern Arizona Flagstaff, Ariz. Big Sky
4
5 Weber State Ogden, Utah Big Sky
6
6 Colorado State Fort Collins, Colo. Mountain West
7
7 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Pac-12
8
8 Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. Mountain West
9
9 Montana State Bozeman, Mont. Big Sky
5
10 Utah State Logan, Utah Mountain West
12
11 UTEP El Paso, Texas Conference USA
15
12 Idaho State Pocatello, Idaho Big Sky
10
13 Montana Missoula, Mont. Big Sky
11
14 Air Force Colorado Springs, Colo. Mountain West
14
15 Nevada Reno, Nevada Mountain West
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Colorado, 2013: Colorado, 2012: Weber State, 2011: New Mexico/Colorado,2010: New Mexico
       
         
NORTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Providence Providence, R.I. Big East
1
2 Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y. ACC
2
3 Dartmouth Hanover, N.H. Ivy
3
4 New Hampshire Durham, N.H. America East
4
5 Cornell Ithaca, N.Y. Ivy
5
6 Columbia New York, N.Y. Ivy
6
7 Harvard Cambridge, Mass. Ivy
7
8 Connecticut Storrs, Conn. American
8
9 Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. ACC
9
10 Brown Providence, R.I. Ivy
10
11 Yale New Haven, Conn. Ivy
11
12 Iona New Rochelle, N.Y. Metro Atlantic
12
13 Stony Brook Stony Brook, N.Y. America East
13
14 Army West Point, N.Y. Patriot
14
15 Sacred Heart Fairfield, Conn. Northeast
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Iona, 2013: Providence, 2012: Providence, 2011: Syracuse, 2010: Syracuse
       
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. SEC
1
2 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. SEC
2
3 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. SEC
4
4 Lipscomb Nashville, Tenn. Atlantic Sun
3
5 Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. ACC
5
6 Florida Gainesville, Fla. SEC
6
7 Auburn Auburn, Ala. SEC
7
8 Georgia Athens, Ga. SEC
8
9 Mississippi Oxford, Miss. SEC
9
10 Belmont Nashville, Tenn. Ohio Valley
14
11 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. ACC
10
12 North Florida Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Sun
11
13 Florida Gulf Coast Fort Myers, Fla. Atlantic Sun
NR
14 USF Tampa, Fla. American
12
15 Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. Conference USA
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Vanderbilt, 2013: Florida State, 2012: Florida State, 2011: Florida State, 2010: Florida State
       
         
SOUTH CENTRAL Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. SEC
1
2 Texas Austin, Texas Big 12
2
3 Baylor Waco, Texas Big 12
3
4 SMU University Park, Texas American
4
5 Texas A&M College Station, Texas SEC
5
6 Rice Houston, Texas Conference USA
6
7 North Texas Denton, Texas Conference USA
7
8 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Texas Southland
8
9 Lamar Beaumont, Texas Southland
9
10 Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. Sun Belt
10
11 TCU Fort Worth, Texas Big 12
11
12 Sam Houston State Huntsville, Texas Southland
12
13 UT Arlington Arlington, Texas Sun Belt
13
14 Incarnate Word San Antonio, Texas Southland
14
15 Houston Houston, Texas American
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Arkansas, 2013: Arkansas, 2012: Arkansas, 2011: Arkansas, 2010: Texas
       
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 NC State Raleigh, N.C. ACC
4
2 William and Mary Williamsburg, Va. Colonial
1
3 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. ACC
2
4 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. ACC
3
5 Eastern Kentucky Richmond, Ky. Ohio Valley
5
6 Furman Greenville, S.C. Southern
6
7 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. SEC
8
8 Appalachian State Boone, N.C. Sun Belt
12
9 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. ACC
9
10 Clemson Clemson, S.C. ACC
15
11 Coastal Carolina Conway, S.C. Big South
10
12 Duke Durham, N.C. ACC
NR
13 Richmond Richmond, Va. Atlantic 10
14
14 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. SEC
NR
15 James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. Colonial
11
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: William and Mary, 2013: Virginia, 2012: Duke, 2011: Virginia, 2010: Virginia
       
         
WEST Region
Rank School Location Conference
Last Week
1 Stanford Palo Alto, Calif. Pac-12
1
2 Oregon Eugene, Ore. Pac-12
2
3 Washington Seattle, Wash. Pac-12
3
4 Boise State Boise, Idaho Mountain West
4
5 California Berkeley, Calif. Pac-12
5
6 UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. Pac-12
6
7 Arizona State Tempe, Ariz. Pac-12
7
8 UC Davis Davis, Calif. Big West
8
9 Gonzaga Spokane, Wash. West Coast
10
10 Portland Portland, Ore. West Coast
9
11 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Calif. Big West
11
12 San Francisco San Francisco, Calif. West Coast
13
13 Washington State Pullman, Wash. Pac-12
NR
14 Arizona Tucson, Ariz. Pac-12
15
15 Idaho Moscow, Idaho Big Sky
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Oregon, 2013: Arizona, 2012: Oregon, 2011: Washington, 2010: Washington

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