Conference Championships Impact Final NCAA DI Regional Rankings

Conference Championships Impact Final NCAA DI Regional Rankings

How will today’s final Regional Rankings affect the second-to-last National Coaches’ Polls?

Find out in a LIVE podcast unveiling of the polls Tuesday at noon ET on USTFCCCA.org.


NEW ORLEANS – No region was left unaltered in the final set of 2015 NCAA Division I Cross Country Regional Rankings announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

With conference championships weekend in the rearview mirror, a number of teams are picking up steam as the all-important November 13 regionals approach, while others are picking up the pieces following disappointing conference showings.

These changes will all manifest themselves in the penultimate edition of the National Coaches’ Polls, which will be announced via live podcast on USTFCCCA.org Tuesday at noon ET.

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The Stanford men, NC State men and Oklahoma State women headline the first category as these rankings’ two new regional No. 1 squads, along with several other teams who boosted themselves into potential automatic NCAA Championships qualification territory as one of their regions’ top-two-ranked teams.

The NCAA Championships will be held in Louisville, Kentucky, on November 21.

Stanford, debuting its full “A” squad for the first time this season in a runner-up finish in the Pac-12, lived up to the potential it was ascribed with preseason West No. 1 and national No. 2 rankings. Behind Sean McGorty, Joe Rosa, Grant Fisher, Garrett Sweatt and Jim Rosa, the Cardinal finished runner-up to two-time defending national champion and national No. 1 Colorado, and beat former West leader Oregon, 46-57-83.

Consequently, Stanford rose six spots from No. 7 in the West, while Oregon dropped to No. 2 in the region.

NC State moved atop the men’s Southeast Region with a head-to-head win at the ACC Championships over formerly top-ranked Virginia, 95-115 (though both fell to Northeast No. 1 Syracuse). Led by seventh-place George Parsons and ninth-place Meron Simon, the Pack put four runners in the top-20.

Consequently, NC State moved up two spots to No. 1, pushing Virginia to No. 2 and Furman to No. 3 – outside of automatic qualifying territory.

Oklahoma State’s women also overcame their region’s top-ranked team in head-to-head competition this weekend, toppling Iowa State at the Big 12 Championships, 34-52, to seize control of the Midwest. Led by third-place Ingeborg Loevnes and fourth-place Kaela Edwards, the Cowgirls put five runners in the top-12 to win their first-ever Big 12 team crown.

Iowa State fell to No. 2 in the region.

Meanwhile, as those three teams did enough to move atop their respective regions, the Wisconsin men continue to free fall farther and farther down the Great Lakes rankings. With a disastrous eighth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships after two-time individual champ Malachy Schrobilgen dropped out of the race, the Badgers fell two spots to No. 6 in the region.

If this trajectory holds true and the Badgers fail to qualify for the NCAA Championships, it would be the first time a national meet has not included Wisconsin since 1972. That 43-year streak is the longest in the country; only Arkansas, Colorado and Notre Dame have overall appearance totals that surpass Wisconsin’s current consecutive-NCAAs streak. The Badgers have 54 team appearances overall.

In that same Great Lakes Region, Indiana was the only other team to move into automatic qualifying territory. The Hoosiers finished fourth at the Big Ten Championships to move past Michigan State into the region’s No. 2 spot behind Big Ten champ Michigan.

The lone new women’s No. 2 was American Athletic Conference runner-up SMU, which moved behind SEC champ Arkansas.

Moving up three spots to No. 3 in the South Central was Conference USA champ Rice – one of five new women’s and two more men’s No. 3s this week.

Rice was joined as a new women’s No. 3 by Villanova in the Mid-Atlantic, Utah in the Mountain, Yale in the Northeast, and Stanford in the West.

Both Georgia in the South and Washington in the West moved up to No. 3 for the men.

Making the biggest impressions of any men’s teams were No. 7 Saint Joseph’s in the Mid-Atlantic – up seven spots to No. 7 with an Atlantic-10 title – and No. 8 Rice in the South Central – joining the rankings after a fourth-place showing at the Conference  USA meet.

The No. 9 Richmond women were the biggest gainers of their gender’s rankings, moving up six spots in the Southeast after a one-point win over Duquesne for the Atlantic-10 title, 87-88.

New to the men’s rankings this week: Idaho State and Montana (Mountain); Stony Brook and Marist (Northeast); ETSU (South); Rice and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (South Central); Davidson (Southeast); and St. Mary’s (Calif) and UC Davis (West).

Joining the women’s rankings this week were: Butler and Marquette (Great Lakes); La Salle (Mid-Atlantic); South Dakota (Midwest); Nevada (Mountain); South Alabama, Middle Tennessee and Jacksonville (South); Houston and Incarnate Word (South Central); Elon and Appalachian State (Southeast); and UC Santa Barbara and UCLA (West).

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 #6 — November 2 (pre-regional)

national poll release: November 3
next regional release: none, NCAA Regional Championships, November 13
RAOR = Record against own region (since September 25, reported to TFRRS)
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Michigan 66-3 (13-0) Big Ten
1
2 Indiana 37-18 (6-3) Big Ten
3
3 Michigan State 52-17 (9-5) Big Ten
2
4 Purdue 62-31 (12-4) Big Ten
6
5 Eastern Michigan 51-20 (18-2) Mid-American
5
6 Wisconsin 37-29 (2-8) Big Ten
4
7 Ohio State 33-28 (13-7) Big Ten
7
8 Akron 34-24 (17-5) Mid-American
9
9 Notre Dame 28-40 (2-6) ACC
8
10 IUPUI 22-44 (4-7) Summit League
10
11 Butler 20-59 (5-7) Big East
11
12 Miami (Ohio) 32-11 (18-4) Mid-American
12
13 Indiana State 12-56 (1-10) Missouri Valley
13
14 Central Michigan 26-28 (9-6) Mid-American
15
15 Ohio 26-17 (13-9) Mid-American
14
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 62-4 (9-0) Big East
1
2 Penn 33-11 (18-1) Ivy
2
3 Villanova 40-3 (23-3) Big East
3
4 Navy 22-8 (6-1) Patriot
4
5 Princeton 16-35 (3-1) Ivy
5
6 Penn State 22-44 (3-1) Big Ten
6
7 Saint Joseph’s 33-15 (15-12) Atlantic 10
14
8 La Salle 36-15 (18-4) Atlantic 10
7
9 UMBC 28-14 (17-7) America East
8
10 Pittsburgh 23-29 (13-4) ACC
9
11 Lehigh 29-15 (19-10) Patriot
11
12 Bucknell 25-22 (14-10) Patriot
10
13 Temple 22-21 (11-13) American
12
14 Duquesne 20-20 (11-11) Atlantic 10
13
15 Monmouth 22-14 (4-2) Metro Atlantic
15
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 35-0 (7-0) Big 12
1
2 Tulsa 48-8 (8-0) American
2
3 Illinois 65-24 (24-1) Big Ten
3
4 Oklahoma 35-23 (5-3) Big 12
4
5 Minnesota 43-29 (10-1) Big Ten
5
6 Iowa State 20-30 (6-6) Big 12
7
7 Bradley 30-38 (12-1) Missouri Valley
8
8 Kansas 23-33 (6-6) Big 12
9
9 South Dakota State 31-33 (11-4) Summit League
6
10 Missouri 34-52 (3-4) SEC
10
11 Iowa 23-30 (16-7) Big Ten
12
12 Nebraska 28-13 (18-6) Big Ten
11
13 Illinois State 31-22 (21-6) Missouri Valley
13
14 Wichita State 22-40 (7-7) Missouri Valley
14
15 Eastern Illinois 39-7 (18-4) Ohio Valley
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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Colorado 50-0 (7-0) Pac-12
1
2 BYU 50-3 (3-0) West Coast
2
3 UTEP 67-3 (8-1) Conference USA
3
4 Air Force 47-11 (8-3) Mountain West
4
5 Colorado State 73-14 (12-6) Mountain West
5
6 Southern Utah 76-17 (14-8) Big Sky
6
7 Wyoming 24-44 (5-10) Mountain West
10
8 Northern Arizona 19-34 (5-3) Big Sky
8
9 Utah Valley 26-42 (5-9) WAC
9
10 New Mexico 27-34 (2-7) Mountain West
7
11 Weber State 21-36 (5-8) Big Sky
12
12 Idaho State 15-10 (5-3) Big Sky
NR
13 Montana 8-8 (2-5) Big Sky
NR
14 Utah State 22-31 (3-8) Mountain West
11
15 Montana State 17-22 (2-7) Big Sky
13
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 69-0 (23-0) ACC
1
2 Iona 61-4 (11-1) Metro Atlantic
2
3 Columbia 50-12 (18-4) Ivy
3
4 Providence 55-27 (22-11) Big East
4
5 Yale 57-36 (22-14) Ivy
7
6 Cornell 49-20 (20-5) Ivy
6
7 Dartmouth 46-32 (33-10) Ivy
5
8 Harvard 19-42 (14-12) Ivy
8
9 UMass Lowell America East
10
10 Brown 36-16 (12-9) Ivy
9
11 Boston University 46-12 (40-7) Patriot
14
12 Stony Brook 15-15 (14-12) America East
NR
13 Binghamton 20-11 (10-9) America East
13
14 Marist 29-11 (18-10) Metro Atlantic
NR
15 Canisius 24-5 (11-3) Metro Atlantic
11
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 Florida State 44-29 (8-1) ACC
1
2 Mississippi 39-28 (13-1) SEC
2
3 Georgia 30-42 (8-2) SEC
4
4 Florida 29-43 (7-2) SEC
3
5 Middle Tennessee 9-1 (2-0) Conference USA
5
6 Lipscomb 39-10 (21-1) Atlantic Sun
7
7 Georgia Tech 14-45 (1-3) ACC
6
8 Auburn 37-16 (19-4) SEC
8
9 North Florida 28-21 (14-8) Atlantic Sun
9
10 Alabama 22-17 (11-7) SEC
10
11 South Alabama 24-26 (10-8) Sun Belt
13
12 Mississippi State 16-33 (6-13) SEC
15
13 Tennessee 29-29 (5-8) SEC
11
14 Belmont 27-26 (14-8) Ohio Valley
12
15 ETSU 18-25 (3-6) Southern
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 64-2 (13-0) SEC
1
2 Texas 51-18 (23-2) Big 12
2
3 Texas A&M 56-11 (20-3) SEC
3
4 Lamar 19-39 (18-4) Southland
7
5 Stephen F. Austin 32-32 (20-6) Southland
4
6 North Texas 31-40 (22-4) Conference USA
5
7 UT Arlington 35-15 (23-9) Sun Belt
6
8 Rice 25-18 (4-1) Conference USA
NR
9 Houston 15-48 (9-9) American
8
10 McNeese State 24-25 (20-14) Southland
13
11 Baylor 18-13 (7-2) Big 12
10
12 UTSA 12-18 (7-7) Conference USA
15
13 LSU 20-41 (10-20) SEC
9
14 Central Arkansas 16-21 (13-17) Southland
14
15 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 12-11 (12-11) Southland
NR
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 NC State 60-8 (10-2) ACC
3
2 Virginia 59-5 (20-1) ACC
1
3 Furman 56-7 (20-2) Southern
2
4 Virginia Tech 74-16 (18-5) ACC
4
5 Eastern Kentucky 58-23 (14-7) Ohio Valley
5
6 Louisville 59-16 (12-4) ACC
6
7 Duke 42-29 (13-9) ACC
7
8 North Carolina 17-41 (5-11) ACC
8
9 Kentucky 38-29 (2-3) SEC
9
10 Campbell 40-33 (24-6) Big South
11
11 William and Mary 8-41 (4-8) Colonial
13
12 Liberty 49-11 (28-7) Big South
10
13 High Point 46-14 (27-8) Big South
12
14 Davidson 30-17 (14-7) Atlantic 10
NR
15 George Mason 25-4 (16-1) Atlantic 10
14
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 Stanford 41-22 (23-5) Pac-12
7
2 Oregon 56-3 (19-1) Pac-12
1
3 Washington 33-20 (13-7) Pac-12
5
4 UCLA 39-15 (16-5) Pac-12
2
5 Boise State 45-17 (10-2) Mountain West
3
6 Washington State 35-24 (8-12) Pac-12
9
7 California 59-16 (15-8) Pac-12
4
8 Portland 28-25 (13-7) West Coast
6
9 UC Santa Barbara 42-25 (11-2) Big West
8
10 Gonzaga 11-10 (10-7) West Coast
12
11 Cal Poly 35-23 (13-7) Big West
11
12 San Francisco 43-26 (9-8) West Coast
10
13 Arizona State 6-58 (2-12) Pac-12
14
14 St. Mary’s (Calif.) 17-6 (14-5) West Coast
NR
15 UC Davis 38-11 (12-10) Big West
NR
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 #6 — November 2 (pre-regional)

national poll release: November 3
next regional release: none, NCAA Regional Championships, November 13
RAOR = Record against own region (since September 25, reported to TFRRS)
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Michigan 79-1 (14-0) Big Ten
1
2 Notre Dame 54-15 (7-0) ACC
2
3 Michigan State 57-17 (12-3) Big Ten
3
4 Wisconsin 35-33 (7-6) Big Ten
6
5 Purdue 82-24 (6-5) Big Ten
5
6 Eastern Michigan 52-40 (11-6) Mid-American
8
7 Ohio State 25-43 (3-10) Big Ten
7
8 Indiana 26-33 (3-7) Big Ten
4
9 Bowling Green 39-42 (9-4) Mid-American
9
10 Central Michigan 46-19 (16-3) Mid-American
10
11 Western Michigan 33-21 (12-11) Mid-American
13
12 Xavier 48-18 (8-3) Big East
12
13 Butler 17-11 (7-2) Big East
NR
14 Oakland 43-2 (16-0) Horizon
15
15 Marquette 34-24 (6-5) 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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Penn State 57-11 (6-0) Big Ten
1
2 Georgetown 66-9 (3-0) Big East
2
3 Villanova 50-14 (3-3) Big East
4
4 Princeton 41-12 (5-1) Ivy
3
5 West Virginia 27-28 (1-2) Big 12
6
6 Penn 44-17 (21-2) Ivy
5
7 Pittsburgh 37-22 (20-1) ACC
7
8 Bucknell 35-14 (21-5) Patriot
11
9 Duquesne 33-13 (22-5) Atlantic 10
9
10 La Salle 25-54 (14-22) Atlantic 10
NR
11 Navy 29-7 (16-1) Patriot
8
12 George Washington 43-18 (28-8) Atlantic 10
12
13 Rider 29-27 (20-13) Metro Atlantic
13
14 Maryland 18-21 (11-3) Big Ten
14
15 Rutgers 32-38 (21-15) 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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Oklahoma State 38-0 (7-0) Big 12
2
2 Iowa State 62-25 (11-5) Big 12
1
3 Minnesota 69-22 (14-2) Big Ten
3
4 Kansas 39-21 (11-2) Big 12
4
5 Bradley 51-30 (21-1) Missouri Valley
5
6 Tulsa 31-28 (5-2) American
6
7 Oklahoma 32-35 (4-5) Big 12
7
8 Missouri 37-54 (5-4) SEC
8
9 Wichita State 29-38 (11-6) Missouri Valley
9
10 Illinois 29-58 (13-9) Big Ten
10
11 Illinois State 35-28 (22-12) Missouri Valley
11
12 Loyola-Chicago 40-22 (21-10) Missouri Valley
12
13 Iowa 26-33 (16-9) Big Ten
15
14 Kansas State 27-13 (16-7) Big 12
14
15 South Dakota 42-16 (25-7) Summit League
NR
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 65-0 (11-0) Mountain West
1
2 Colorado 56-1 (10-0) Pac-12
2
3 Utah 62-13 (9-3) Pac-12
4
4 Weber State 68-10 (16-2) Big Sky
5
5 BYU 43-12 (2-1) West Coast
3
6 Air Force 48-17 (8-5) Mountain West
7
7 Northern Arizona 27-26 (5-3) Big Sky
6
8 Colorado State 67-30 (12-9) Mountain West
8
9 Wyoming 31-48 (7-12) Mountain West
10
10 Utah State 38-39 (5-12) Mountain West
9
11 Montana State 12-45 (5-9) Big Sky
11
12 Idaho State 11-22 (5-7) Big Sky
15
13 Nevada 11-23 (0-9) Mountain West
NR
14 Montana 5-9 (2-5) Big Sky
12
15 Texas Tech 22-16 (4-0) Big 12
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 Overall (RAOR) Conference
Last Week
1 Providence 70-12 (31-7) Big East
1
2 Syracuse 57-14 (22-2) ACC
2
3 Yale 67-18 (27-0) Ivy
6
4 Columbia 42-22 (15-4) Ivy
3
5 Brown 45-28 (19-7) Ivy
7
6 New Hampshire 51-38 (26-15) America East
8
7 Cornell 51-26 (10-6) Ivy
9
8 Boston College 42-45 (25-13) ACC
10
9 Harvard 27-37 (18-10) Ivy
5
10 Dartmouth 31-33 (17-11) Ivy
4
11 Connecticut 58-44 (16-12) American
11
12 Albany 46-17 (27-11) America East
12
13 Stony Brook 17-15 (15-11) America East
13
14 Buffalo 58-10 (4-3) Mid-American
14
15 Quinnipiac 38-14 (18-10) Metro Atlantic
15
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 Mississippi State 65-6 (11-0) SEC
1
2 Vanderbilt 46-22 (8-1) SEC
2
3 Lipscomb 59-14 (19-4) Atlantic Sun
3
4 Alabama 37-5 (18-2) SEC
4
5 Mississippi 44-13 (17-6) SEC
8
6 Auburn 49-9 (22-6) SEC
5
7 Florida State 38-33 (3-2) ACC
6
8 Florida 31-46 (4-7) SEC
7
9 South Alabama 32-22 (13-6) Sun Belt
NR
10 Middle Tennessee 11-1 (4-0) Conference USA
NR
11 North Florida 22-9 (11-7) Atlantic Sun
10
12 Florida Gulf Coast 20-4 (11-2) Atlantic Sun
12
13 Southern Miss 34-16 (11-6) Conference USA
9
14 Jacksonville 9-6 (7-6) Atlantic Sun
NR
15 Belmont 27-28 (12-9) Ohio Valley
11
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 61-1 (11-0) SEC
1
2 SMU 21-44 (4-2) American
3
3 Rice 40-39 (16-4) Conference USA
6
4 Texas 29-44 (21-2) Big 12
8
5 Stephen F. Austin 28-39 (21-3) Southland
7
6 Baylor 9-49 (4-7) Big 12
2
7 Texas A&M 42-29 (21-3) SEC
4
8 Lamar 20-38 (17-8) Southland
5
9 North Texas 15-17 (11-11) Conference USA
10
10 Houston 9-46 (4-14) American
NR
11 UT Arlington 36-18 (25-7) Sun Belt
9
12 UTSA 15-23 (8-6) Conference USA
12
13 Arkansas State 18-28 (7-2) Sun Belt
11
14 Incarnate Word Southland
NR
15 TCU 12-48 (6-18) Big 12
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 Virginia 61-2 (18-0) ACC
1
2 NC State 64-5 (9-2) ACC
2
3 William and Mary 34-20 (8-3) Colonial
3
4 North Carolina 37-23 (9-5) ACC
5
5 Eastern Kentucky 53-36 (17-4) Ohio Valley
4
6 Virginia Tech 32-37 (11-6) ACC
6
7 Clemson 25-53 (5-9) ACC
8
8 Duke 27-42 (7-10) ACC
7
9 Richmond 36-11 (19-2) Atlantic 10
15
10 Wake Forest 25-28 (18-14) ACC
14
11 James Madison 41-37 (7-6) Colonial
10
12 Furman 40-17 (19-4) Southern
13
13 Elon 24-18 (14-8) Colonial
NR
14 Coastal Carolina 39-36 (25-6) Big South
9
15 Appalachian State 31-2 (20-1) Sun Belt
NR
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 63-3 (23-0) Pac-12
1
2 Boise State 62-6 (11-0) Mountain West
2
3 Stanford 69-7 (28-4) Pac-12
4
4 Washington 46-11 (17-4) Pac-12
3
5 Gonzaga 16-5 (14-3) West Coast
7
6 Eastern Washington 47-19 (10-7) Big Sky
6
7 Cal Poly 47-15 (17-5) Big West
8
8 Arizona State 34-34 (8-5) Pac-12
10
9 California 66-21 (18-8) Pac-12
5
10 San Francisco 47-29 (8-9) West Coast
9
11 Loyola Marymount 32-3 (25-2) West Coast
12
12 UC Santa Barbara 31-20 (12-10) Big West
NR
13 Portland 9-11 (9-8) West Coast
11
14 Arizona 47-20 (8-9) Pac-12
14
15 UCLA 7-50 (5-16) Pac-12
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2014: Oregon, 2013: Arizona, 2012: Oregon, 2011: Washington, 2010: Washington

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