DI Regional Rankings Change Significantly as National Top-10 Teams Drop

By Kyle Terwillegar, USTFCCCA

October 5, 2015   

How will today’s new Regional Rankings affect the Week Four National Coaches’ Polls?

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NEW ORLEANS – A series of hotly-contested meets across the country filled with upsets and surprising performances put the cap on the opening two weekends of the core of the NCAA Division I cross country regular season.

And they shook up Monday’s Regional Rankings accordingly.

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Four top-10 teams in last week’s National Coaches’ Polls fell from the top spots in their respective regions in the rankings announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

These changes will undoubtedly shake up the week four National Coaches’ Poll, which will be revealed via live broadcast at noon ET on USTFCCCA.org.

The men’s rankings were the most significantly shuffled, as a trio of national top-10 teams tumbled from their regions’ top spots. No. 2 Stanford, No. 4 Wisconsin, and No. 7 Villanova all dropped to the second spots in their respective regions, for varying reasons.

The No. 4 Stanford women also fell.

With two weekends of “countable” action now in the books, in-season results are starting to take on more significance in determining the rankings over on-paper potential. Such was partially the downfall of Stanford and Wisconsin, combined with strong showings by regional rivals in their same races.

Stanford was bested at the Washington Invitational and consequently overtaken in the West Region by national No. 5 Oregon. Both teams were running without a number of their top athletes, including Sean McGorty, Jim Rosa, and Grant Fisher for Stanford – the latter two of whom still have health and redshirt questions, respectively, surrounding them.

Stanford’s women also dropped from atop the women’s West rankings, as national No. 5 Oregon and national No. 15 Washington overtook the national No. 4 Cardinal after head-to-head victories at the Washington Invitational. The Cardinal got the individual win from Aisling Cuffe in her competitive return, but ran without Elise Cranny. However, Oregon ran well enough that, even with Cranny, Stanford likely may not have emerged victorious.

The West overall was a hotbed of movement, with 14 of its 15 ranked men’s teams and nine of 15 women’s squads in a different spot from a week ago.

Wisconsin treated the Greater Louisville Classic as a course preview for the NCAA Championships – held on the same EP “Tom” Sawyer Park course on November 21 – and tempoed to a seventh-place overall finish as Great Lakes Region/Big Ten foe national No. 10 Michigan finished runner-up behind individual winner Mason Ferlic.

As a result, the Wolverines moved ahead of the Badgers, for now. The two will meet again at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational in two weeks’ time, as well as Big Tens, Great Lakes Regionals and, presumably, the NCAA Championships.

Also making big gains in the Great Lakes were three-spot gainers No. 4 Indiana and No. 5 Purdue.

Villanova, on the other hand, suffered a head-to-head loss to its regional usurper, national No. 14 Georgetown, at the Paul Short Run as both teams were seemingly running at close to full capacity. The Wildcats, who lost despite a 1-2-4 finish from Patrick Tiernan, Jordy Williamsz and Rob Denault, consequently dropped behind the Hoyas in the Mid-Atlantic rankings.

Two new men’s teams moved into the top two in their respective regions – an important spot as only two teams from each region automatically advance to the NCAA Championships. NC State impressed with a runner-up finish at Notre Dame to move to second in the Southeast Region, while idle Oklahoma took over Iowa State’s spot at No. 2 in the Midwest. The Cyclones dropped to No. 3.

While the team to which NC State finished runner-up – UTEP – didn’t move into the top two of the always-deep Mountain Region, the Miners did move up four spots to No. 3 in the region past a trio of nationally ranked teams in Colorado State, Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. The region’s former No. 3, New Mexico, dropped five spots after a disappointing Notre Dame showing.

Moving up into the third spots in their respective women’s regions were Princeton in the Mid-Atlantic and North Carolina in the Southeast. Princeton won its home Inter-Regional Meet to jump up two spots in the rankings, while a short-handed UNC squad was runner-up.

Also from the Mid-Atlantic, national No. 13 West Virginia fell two spots to No. 5.

Many new teams joined the Regional Rankings this week, with 10 new women’s squads and nine fresh men’s teams among their regions’ top 15.Virginia Tech’s women made the biggest impression by going from unranked to No. 6 in the Southeast, while both the Eastern Washington women (West Region) and Campbell men (Southeast) debuted at No. 8.

Also new to the men’s rankings were: Miami (Ohio) and Youngstown State [Great Lakes], Nebraska and Southern Illinois [Midwest], Belmont [South], Arkansas-Little Rock and Arkansas State [South Central], and Clemson [Southeast].

Joining the women’s rankings were: Ohio [Great Lakes], UMBC [Mid-Atlantic], Northwestern [Midwest], Buffalo [Northeast], Tennessee, Southern Miss and Jacksonville [South], and Louisville [Southeast].

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 #4 — October 5

national poll release: October 6
next regional release: October 19
RAOR = Record against own region (since September 25, reported to TFRRS)
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Michigan 19-1 (1-0) Big Ten
2
2 Wisconsin 14-6 (0-1) Big Ten
1
3 Michigan State 21-0 (2-0) Big Ten
3
4 Indiana 9-0 (-) Big Ten
7
5 Purdue 33-6 (4-0) Big Ten
8
6 Eastern Michigan 14-5 (3-1) Mid-American
4
7 Ohio State 9-0 (9-0) Big Ten
10
8 Notre Dame 10-9 (2-2) ACC
11
9 IUPUI 7-12 (1-3) Summit League
5
10 Akron 8-1 (8-1) Mid-American
9
11 Indiana State 5-14 (0-4) Missouri Valley
6
12 Miami (Ohio) 7-2 (7-2) Mid-American
NR
13 Central Michigan 6-15 (1-1) Mid-American
13
14 Youngstown State 6-3 (6-3) Horizon
NR
15 Milwaukee 9-4 (3-0) Horizon
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Wisconsin, 2013: Michigan, 2012: Wisconsin, 2011: Wisconsin, 2010: Wisconsin
       
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Georgetown 17-0 (7-0) Big East
2
2 Villanova 16-1 (6-1) Big East
1
3 Princeton 8-1 (2-0) Ivy
4
4 Penn State 13-7 (2-0) Big Ten
3
5 Navy 12-7 (1-0) Patriot
5
6 Penn 9-10 (0-1) Ivy
6
7 Saint Joseph’s 12-5 (5-2) Atlantic 10
8
8 Duquesne 2-7 (1-1) Atlantic 10
9
9 Lehigh 11-6 (4-3) Patriot
11
10 UMBC 9-8 (3-4) America East
7
11 La Salle 10-10 (1-1) Atlantic 10
14
12 Bucknell 8-12 (0-2) Patriot
10
13 Temple 6-11 (1-6) American
15
14 Monmouth 0-9 (0-2) Metro Atlantic
12
15 Pittsburgh 8-13 (-) ACC
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Villanova, 2013: Villanova, 2012: Georgetown, 2011: Georgetown, 2010: Princeton
       
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Oklahoma State 5-0 (2-0) Big 12
1
2 Oklahoma 14-1 (-) Big 12
3
3 Iowa State 8-0 (4-0) Big 12
2
4 Tulsa 13-1 (4-0) American
5
5 Illinois 16-4 (1-0) Big Ten
6
6 Minnesota 17-4 (4-0) Big Ten
4
7 Kansas 7-1 (3-1) Big 12
12
8 Wichita State 12-2 (3-1) Missouri Valley
13
9 Bradley 6-13 (3-0) Missouri Valley
8
10 Missouri 17-17 (2-1) SEC
7
11 South Dakota State 17-7 (6-1) Summit League
9
12 Nebraska 6-2 (2-2) Big Ten
NR
13 Illinois State 2-17 (1-2) Missouri Valley
10
14 Loyola-Chicago 7-13 (0-1) Missouri Valley
14
15 Southern Illinois 5-3 (1-3) Missouri Valley
NR
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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Colorado Pac-12
1
2 BYU 8-2 (1-0) West Coast
2
3 UTEP 19-0 (3-0) Conference USA
7
4 Colorado State 35-5 (6-2) Mountain West
5
5 Southern Utah 36-4 (6-2) Big Sky
4
6 Northern Arizona 3-2 (-) Big Sky
6
7 Air Force 6-4 (0-1) Mountain West
8
8 New Mexico 11-8 (0-3) Mountain West
3
9 Wyoming 13-8 (3-2) Mountain West
9
10 Utah Valley 11-10 (2-3) WAC
10
11 Utah State 9-12 (1-4) Mountain West
11
12 Weber State 1-20 (0-5) Big Sky
12
13 Montana State Big Sky
13
14 Texas Tech 10-4 (-) Big 12
14
15 New Mexico State 2-6 (-) 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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Syracuse 20-0 (17-0) ACC
1
2 Iona 20-0 (-) Metro Atlantic
2
3 Columbia 14-0 (9-0) Ivy
4
4 Dartmouth 19-1 (16-1) Ivy
5
5 Cornell 18-3 (16-2) Ivy
6
6 Providence 6-3 (-) Big East
3
7 Yale 12-3 (1-0) Ivy
7
8 Harvard 15-5 (14-3) Ivy
9
9 Buffalo 15-2 (6-0) Mid-American
15
10 Canisius 14-3 (5-1) Metro Atlantic
8
11 Brown 13-7 (13-4) Ivy
10
12 Binghamton 13-4 (4-2) America East
14
13 Boston University 12-8 (12-5) Patriot
11
14 Fordham 11-9 (11-6) Atlantic 10
12
15 UMass Lowell 10-10 (10-7) America East
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Syracuse, 2013: Syracuse, 2012: Iona, 2011: Syracuse, 2010: Syracuse
       
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Mississippi 17-3 (6-0) SEC
1
2 Georgia 16-4 (1-0) SEC
2
3 Florida State 19-6 (5-1) ACC
3
4 Middle Tennessee Conference USA
4
5 Florida 8-11 (-) SEC
6
6 Georgia Tech ACC
7
7 Auburn 13-6 (5-0) SEC
8
8 Lipscomb 12-8 (5-1) Atlantic Sun
9
9 Alabama 1-4 (-) SEC
11
10 Samford 2-3 (1-2) Southern
12
11 Tennessee 9-11 (4-2) SEC
13
12 North Florida 4-16 (1-5) Atlantic Sun
5
13 South Alabama 6-14 (3-3) Sun Belt
10
14 Mississippi State 5-10 (0-1) SEC
14
15 Belmont 5-15 (2-4) Ohio Valley
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Mississippi, 2013: Georgia, 2012: Florida State, 2011: Florida State, 2010: Alabama
       
         
SOUTH CENTRAL Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Arkansas 14-0 (8-0) SEC
1
2 Texas 20-1 (19-1) Big 12
2
3 North Texas 20-1 (19-1) Conference USA
3
4 Texas A&M 25-9 (12-2) SEC
4
5 Stephen F. Austin 11-4 (11-3) Southland
5
6 Lamar 10-5 (10-4) Southland
6
7 Houston 9-6 (9-5) American
7
8 UT Arlington 12-9 (12-8) Sun Belt
8
9 McNeese State 11-8 (11-7) Southland
9
10 Baylor 17-7 (7-1) Big 12
10
11 Houston Baptist 6-9 (6-8) Southland
11
12 Sam Houston State 8-3 (8-3) Southland
12
13 Ark.-Little Rock 9-5 (6-2) Sun Belt
NR
14 Arkansas State 13-6 (6-3) Sun Belt
NR
15 Central Arkansas 11-18 (8-14) Southland
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Arkansas, 2013: Arkansas, 2012: Texas, 2011: Texas, 2010: Arkansas
       
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Virginia 15-0 (9-0) ACC
1
2 NC State 18-1 (-) ACC
3
3 Louisville 18-2 (5-0) ACC
6
4 Furman 13-2 (8-1) Southern
2
5 Virginia Tech 7-2 (4-0) ACC
7
6 Eastern Kentucky 25-10 (10-4) Ohio Valley
4
7 Duke 5-4 (3-1) ACC
11
8 Campbell 11-4 (7-2) Big South
NR
9 Kentucky 12-2 (1-0) SEC
8
10 North Carolina 4-5 (2-2) ACC
5
11 William and Mary 3-6 (1-3) Colonial
12
12 Liberty 14-10 (11-6) Big South
9
13 High Point 15-9 (12-5) Big South
10
14 George Mason 2-0 (1-0) Atlantic 10
14
15 Clemson 13-0 (3-0) ACC
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Virginia, 2013: Eastern Kentucky, 2012: Virginia, 2011: NC State, 2010: William and Mary
       
         
WEST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Oregon 10-0 (8-0) Pac-12
2
2 Stanford 19-1 (15-1) Pac-12
1
3 California 23-4 (9-2) Pac-12
5
4 UCLA 7-3 (6-2) Pac-12
3
5 Boise State 16-5 (4-1) Mountain West
9
6 Washington 5-5 (5-3) Pac-12
8
7 San Francisco 15-6 (3-2) West Coast
11
8 Portland 4-6 (4-4) West Coast
6
9 Washington State 3-7 (3-5) Pac-12
7
10 Cal Poly 9-1 (7-1) Big West
12
11 Gonzaga 2-8 (2-6) West Coast
13
12 Long Beach State 10-11 (2-3) Big West
14
13 UC Santa Barbara 3-16 (1-0) Big West
10
14 Arizona State 1-18 (0-1) Pac-12
4
15 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 6-0 (6-0) 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 #4 — October 5

national poll release: October 6
next regional release: October 19
RAOR = Record against own region (since September 25, reported to TFRRS)
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Michigan 20-0 (3-0) Big Ten
1
2 Wisconsin 15-5 (2-1) Big Ten
2
3 Michigan State 23-1 (2-0) Big Ten
3
4 Notre Dame 18-2 (2-0) ACC
4
5 Purdue 35-8 (1-1) Big Ten
5
6 Indiana 7-4 (-) Big Ten
6
7 Ohio State 13-7 (1-2) Big Ten
7
8 Eastern Michigan 19-15 (0-2) Mid-American
8
9 Bowling Green 23-3 (1-0) Mid-American
11
10 Butler 13-0 (6-0) Big East
10
11 Central Michigan 12-12 (1-1) Mid-American
12
12 Indiana State 12-1 (5-1) Missouri Valley
14
13 Xavier 18-8 (0-1) Big East
15
14 Toledo 4-16 (0-3) Mid-American
9
15 Ohio 8-0 (8-0) Mid-American
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Michigan State, 2013: Michigan, 2012: Michigan, 2011: Michigan, 2010: Michigan State
       
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Georgetown 21-2 (-) Big East
1
2 Penn State 18-2 (2-0) Big Ten
2
3 Princeton 11-0 (3-0) Ivy
5
4 Villanova 8-3 (2-1) Big East
4
5 West Virginia 11-0 (1-0) Big 12
3
6 Penn 21-13 (2-1) Ivy
6
7 Pittsburgh 11-13 (-) ACC
14
8 Navy 20-6 (12-0) Patriot
9
9 Bucknell 10-10 (1-1) Patriot
7
10 George Washington 17-9 (11-1) Atlantic 10
11
11 Maryland 15-11 (10-2) Big Ten
15
12 UMBC 13-13 (9-3) America East
NR
13 Duquesne 2-9 (1-2) Atlantic 10
8
14 Rutgers 10-16 (8-4) Big Ten
10
15 Rider 8-18 (6-6) Metro Atlantic
12
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Georgetown, 2013: Villanova, 2012: Penn State, 2011: Georgetown/Villanova,2010: Villanova
       
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Iowa State 26-18 (6-4) Big 12
1
2 Minnesota 39-5 (9-1) Big Ten
2
3 Oklahoma State 5-0 (2-0) Big 12
3
4 Bradley 13-8 (5-0) Missouri Valley
4
5 Missouri 20-15 (3-1) SEC
6
6 Oklahoma 10-4 (-) Big 12
7
7 Illinois 17-7 (7-1) Big Ten
8
8 Tulsa 13-2 (5-0) American
5
9 Wichita State 12-3 (4-1) Missouri Valley
13
10 Kansas 8-0 (4-0) Big 12
14
11 Loyola-Chicago 8-12 (0-2) Missouri Valley
9
12 South Dakota 19-9 (10-2) Summit League
11
13 Northwestern 9-35 (5-7) Big Ten
NR
14 Kansas State 1-4 (1-1) Big 12
15
15 Iowa 2-18 (1-3) Big Ten
12
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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 New Mexico 20-0 (4-0) Mountain West
1
2 Colorado 2-0 (2-0) Pac-12
2
3 BYU 8-3 (1-0) West Coast
3
4 Utah 16-4 (3-1) Pac-12
7
5 Weber State 21-3 (5-0) Big Sky
4
6 Colorado State 32-12 (6-3) Mountain West
6
7 Northern Arizona 3-2 (-) Big Sky
5
8 Wyoming 19-7 (4-3) Mountain West
8
9 Montana State Big Sky
10
10 Utah State 16-8 (2-3) Mountain West
9
11 Air Force 7-4 (0-1) Mountain West
14
12 Idaho State 4-16 (1-3) Big Sky
12
13 Montana Big Sky
13
14 Nevada 7-2 (-) Mountain West
15
15 UTEP 0-20 (0-4) Conference USA
11
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Colorado, 2013: Colorado, 2012: Weber State, 2011: New Mexico/Colorado,2010: New Mexico
       
         
NORTHEAST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Providence 23-0 (18-0) Big East
1
2 Syracuse 22-1 (17-1) ACC
2
3 Cornell 26-0 (7-0) Ivy
3
4 Harvard 17-6 (16-2) Ivy
4
5 Dartmouth 16-7 (15-3) Ivy
5
6 Columbia 9-2 (1-0) Ivy
6
7 Brown 15-8 (14-4) Ivy
7
8 New Hampshire 14-9 (13-5) America East
8
9 Boston College 13-10 (12-6) ACC
9
10 Connecticut 37-12 (17-8) American
11
11 Yale 11-3 (1-0) Ivy
10
12 Albany 33-16 (15-10) America East
13
13 Stony Brook 10-13 (9-9) America East
14
14 Buffalo 21-5 (4-3) Mid-American
NR
15 Iona 5-15 (-) Metro Atlantic
12
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Iona, 2013: Providence, 2012: Providence, 2011: Syracuse, 2010: Syracuse
       
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Vanderbilt 17-3 (1-0) SEC
1
2 Alabama 4-1 (-) SEC
2
3 Lipscomb 35-8 (5-0) Atlantic Sun
3
4 Mississippi State 13-1 (1-0) SEC
4
5 Florida State 18-5 (1-1) ACC
5
6 Mississippi 14-6 (2-1) SEC
8
7 Auburn 19-2 (7-1) SEC
7
8 Florida 9-11 (0-1) SEC
6
9 Georgia 9-14 (0-2) SEC
10
10 Georgia Tech ACC
11
11 Belmont 6-14 (1-2) Ohio Valley
9
12 Tennessee 9-2 (6-0) SEC
NR
13 Southern Miss 8-7 (-) Conference USA
NR
14 Jacksonville Atlantic Sun
NR
15 Florida Gulf Coast 7-2 (-) Atlantic Sun
13
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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Arkansas 15-0 (7-0) SEC
1
2 Texas 21-0 (20-0) Big 12
2
3 SMU 8-12 (1-0) American
3
4 Baylor 1-14 (1-6) Big 12
4
5 Texas A&M 17-18 (12-3) SEC
5
6 Stephen F. Austin 11-4 (11-3) Southland
6
7 Rice 17-6 (10-4) Conference USA
7
8 Lamar 9-6 (9-5) Southland
8
9 UT Arlington 13-8 (13-7) Sun Belt
9
10 North Texas 9-12 (9-11) Conference USA
12
11 Arkansas State 3-2 (1-0) Sun Belt
10
12 LSU 11-19 (10-11) SEC
11
13 McNeese State 11-10 (11-9) Southland
13
14 TCU 5-16 (5-15) Big 12
15
15 Houston 4-11 (4-10) American
14
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Arkansas, 2013: Arkansas, 2012: Arkansas, 2011: Arkansas, 2010: Texas
       
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 NC State 19-1 (1-0) ACC
1
2 Virginia 14-0 (8-0) ACC
2
3 North Carolina 10-1 (4-0) ACC
4
4 William and Mary 6-5 (3-1) Colonial
3
5 Eastern Kentucky 17-17 (9-4) Ohio Valley
11
6 Virginia Tech 5-6 (2-2) ACC
NR
7 Clemson 7-13 (0-1) ACC
5
8 James Madison 24-2 (3-0) Colonial
15
9 Duke 4-7 (1-3) ACC
10
10 Kentucky 2-3 (-) SEC
12
11 Appalachian State 9-0 (8-0) Sun Belt
6
12 Coastal Carolina 8-6 (7-1) Big South
7
13 Wake Forest 10-15 (6-6) ACC
8
14 Louisville 11-9 (4-1) ACC
NR
15 Furman 6-8 (5-3) Southern
9
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: William and Mary, 2013: Virginia, 2012: Duke, 2011: Virginia, 2010: Virginia
       
         
WEST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Oregon 11-0 (9-0) Pac-12
2
2 Washington 10-1 (8-1) Pac-12
4
3 Stanford 19-2 (16-2) Pac-12
1
4 Boise State 24-0 (4-0) Mountain West
3
5 California 28-5 (10-2) Pac-12
5
6 Arizona State 14-6 (-) Pac-12
7
7 Gonzaga 6-5 (6-3) West Coast
9
8 Eastern Washington 5-6 (5-4) Big Sky
NR
9 Cal Poly 9-1 (8-1) Big West
8
10 Portland 4-7 (4-5) West Coast
10
11 Arizona 14-10 (2-2) Pac-12
11
12 San Francisco 13-11 (1-3) West Coast
12
13 UC Davis 10-9 (9-8) Big West
13
14 Washington State 3-8 (3-6) Pac-12
14
15 UCLA 2-9 (2-7) Pac-12
6
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Oregon, 2013: Arizona, 2012: Oregon, 2011: Washington, 2010: Washington