2017 NCAA DI Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings — Week 6

NEW ORLEANS – As the dust settles after a weekend filled with conference championships, a clearer picture of the NCAA Division I Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings are beginning to emerge.

The sixth week of rankings, announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), does not dramatically shift the landscape, as just one region saw a new team take over the top spot. As a reminder, the top-two teams at each NCAA Regional meet automatically qualify for the NCAA Championships.

REGIONAL RANKING – SUUMMARY PDF
REGIONAL RANKING – 2017 WEEK BY WEEK
REGIONAL RANKING – ALL-TIME WEEK BY WEEK

Great Lakes Region

The Big Ten is holding down the top portion of the Great Lakes Region, as Michigan remains in first after laying claim to the Big Ten Championships, thanks to top-five finishes from Jamie Morrissey (20:16.8 – third) and Gina Sereno (20:22.2 – fourth) in Bloomington, Indiana.

Wisconsin – coming off a third-place finish at the Big Ten Championships – is the runner-up in the region for the second-consecutive week, while Michigan State has third place locked down after a fifth-place outing at the conference championships.

Mid-Atlantic Region

The lone change in first-place in the NCAA Division I Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings this week belongs to the Mid-Atlantic Region, as Villanova leap frogged Penn State for the top spot.

The Wildcats captured the Big East title with a score of 39, as four runners placed within the top-10. The Nittany Lions came in fourth place at the Big Ten Championships, and have two teams who jumped a spot each in the rankings in Georgetown (third) and West Virginia (fourth) hot on their heels after solid showings at the Big East and Big 12 Championships, respectively.

Midwest Region

No surprises in the Midwest Region, as Minnesota comes in at first for the third time on the season after a runner-up finish at the Big Ten Championships. The Golden Gophers’ Madeline Strandemo (20:13.5) was just three seconds off the pace setter in Bloomington.

The top-two teams from the Big 12 Championships sit second and third in the Midwest Region in Iowa State and Oklahoma State. The Cyclones saw three runners finish in the top-10 and all five scorers wrap up in the top-20, while Oklahoma State had four top-20 competitors.

Mountain Region

The Mountain Region saw the fewest changes, as the top-eight teams from a week ago remained in their respective spots.

Colorado galloped to a Pac-12 title, thanks to a first-place finish from Dani Jones (18:57.3). But New Mexico was equally as impressive, picking up a Mountain West Championship on the backs of Ednah Kurgat (19:58.8 – first), Weini Kelati (20:11.7 – second), Charlotte Prouse (20:14.7 – third) and Alice Wright (20:54.9 – fifth).

Utah State sits in third again after finishing third at the Mountain West Championships.

Northeast Region

Much like the Mountain Region, the Northeast Region didn’t see a tremendous amount of movement at the top of its rankings. Providence placed four runners in the top-10 of the Big East Championships, including individual champion Catarina Rocha (19:59.0), for a runner-up finish at that meet to keep the program in first in the region.  

The Ivy League held down the fort in spots second and third, as Columbia and Dartmouth went 1-2 at the conference meet.

South Region

Georgia proved it was for real after a runner-up finish at the SEC Championships this past week, allowing them to remain in first in the South Region. The Bulldogs got top-five finishes from Jessica Drop (20:17.1 – fourth) and Samantha Drop (20:19.8 – fifth), staying just ahead of Ole Miss, who finished third at the meet and remains in second in the region.

Mississippi State, who finished just three points out of fourth place at the SEC Championships, jumped to third in the region after coming in seventh a week ago.

South Central Region

Arkansas unsurprisingly dominated the SEC Championships with five top-12 finishes, including a runner-up outing from Taylor Werner (20:07.1), to remain in the lead in the South Central Region.

The Southland Conference Champion Abilene Christian jumped into second on the week, after Alexandria Hackett (20:27.8), Michaela Hackett (20:31.1) and Diana Garcia-Munoz (21:07.4) went 1-2-3 for the Wildcats.

Texas moved up to third after falling to fifth a week ago. The Longhorns finished third at the Big 12 Championships.

Southeast Region

The top-three teams in the Southeast Region held down their respective spots after strong outings in three different conference championships.

NC State remained in first for the 14th-consecutive week after bringing home the ACC Championship. The Wolfpack was led by rookie Dominique Clairmonte (19:59.0 – third), while three others finished in the top-10.

Furman put on a show at the Southern Conference Championship to hold onto second place. Allie Buchalski won the individual title with a time of 16:23.4, and five other Paladins were in the top-nine.

Eastern Kentucky held down third place in the region after capturing the Ohio Valley Conference title with a perfect score of 15. Charlotte Imer led the pack with a time of 16:52.3.

West Region

Oregon was second at the Pac-12 Championships – with Katie Rainsberger (18:58.5) finishing second at the meet to continue its stranglehold on first place in the West Region. But Stanford made a huge jump in the rankings after a solid showing at the same meet.

The Cardinal were led by Vanessa Fraser (19:02.6), who finished fourth to put Stanford in a tie with Oregon. The Cardinal wrapped up third in a tie breaker with the Ducks at the meet, moving up three spots from fifth in the region.

San Francisco remained in the top-three, but fell one spot from second despite winning the West Coast Championships with a score of 20. Charlotte Taylor (19:10.5), Weronika Pyzik (19:30.3) and Isabelle Brauer (19:40.2) went 1-2-3 during the meet.

USTFCCCA NCAA Division I

Women’s Cross Country Regional Team Rankings

2017 Week 6 — October 30

national poll release: October 31
next regional release: none, NCAA Regionals, November 10
Win-loss record reflective of results in varsity competition of races 7500 meters or longer versus DI opponents starting September 8; RAOR = Record against own region
GREAT LAKES Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Michigan 64-6 (20-2) Big Ten (1)
1
2 Wisconsin 76-15 (17-2) Big Ten (3)
2
3 Michigan State 54-17 (18-3) Big Ten (5)
3
4 Ohio State 66-24 (14-4) Big Ten (6)
6
5 Eastern Michigan 56-27 (19-7) Mid-American (1)
4
6 Indiana 49-26 (6-10) Big Ten (7)
5
7 Toledo 71-51 (29-13) Mid-American (2)
8
8 Miami (Ohio) 38-51 (15-21) Mid-American (3)
11
9 Notre Dame 35-40 (4-6) ACC (6)
7
10 Purdue 41-48 (10-11) Big Ten (9)
9
11 Dayton 53-23 (14-6) Atlantic 10 (1)
10
12 Oakland 50-25 (17-6) Horizon (1)
14
13 Marquette 77-26 (21-5) Big East (4)
12
14 Xavier 62-42 (18-16) Big East (5)
13
15 Central Michigan 27-66 (10-16) Mid-American (6)
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Michigan, 2015: Michigan, 2014: Michigan State, 2013: Michigan, 2012: Michigan
         
MID-ATLANTIC Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Villanova 57-2 (18-1) Big East (1)
2
2 Penn State 39-4 (12-0) Big Ten (4)
1
3 Georgetown 44-23 (7-2) Big East (3)
4
4 West Virginia 44-22 (3-7) Big 12 (4)
5
5 Princeton 54-24 (18-11) Ivy (4)
3
6 Pittsburgh 31-51 (3-3) ACC (10)
6
7 Penn 39-45 (13-5) Ivy (7)
7
8 Bucknell 22-18 (9-7) Patriot (1)
8
9 Navy 32-30 (18-7) Patriot (3)
9
10 Maryland 38-29 (20-6) Big Ten (10)
10
11 Lehigh 36-44 (13-11) Patriot (4)
11
12 American 24-39 (15-14) Patriot (6)
14
13 Temple 49-7 (12-1) American (3)
12
14 Delaware 22-54 (6-12) Colonial (4)
15
15 Duquesne 22-9 (6-1) Atlantic 10 (5)
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Penn State, 2015: Penn State, 2014: Georgetown, 2013: Villanova, 2012: Penn State
         
MIDWEST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Minnesota 86-15 (21-1) Big Ten (2)
1
2 Iowa State 45-13 (12-1) Big 12 (1)
2
3 Oklahoma State 25-9 (8-2) Big 12 (2)
3
4 Missouri 62-48 (16-15) SEC (4)
5
5 Northwestern 35-29 (11-3) Big Ten (8)
4
6 Bradley 58-8 (39-2) Missouri Valley (1)
9
7 South Dakota 54-9 (35-5) Summit League (1)
7
8 Kansas 19-34 (4-5) Big 12 (6)
14
9 Oklahoma 28-21 (3-7) Big 12 (7)
8
10 Tulsa 18-37 (6-5) American (4)
6
11 Northern Iowa 62-9 (32-6) Missouri Valley (2)
12
12 Northern Illinois 46-24 (26-9) Mid-American (4)
10
13 Loyola-Chicago 60-29 (33-8) Missouri Valley (3)
11
14 Iowa 46-25 (23-12) Big Ten (11)
13
15 Creighton 35-48 (7-5) Big East (6)
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Missouri, 2015: Oklahoma State, 2014: Iowa State, 2013: Iowa State, 2012: Iowa State
         
MOUNTAIN Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Colorado 70-1 (12-0) Pac-12 (1)
1
2 New Mexico 59-1 (12-1) Mountain West (1)
2
3 Utah State 85-6 (15-3) Mountain West (3)
3
4 BYU 56-11 (9-4) West Coast (2)
4
5 Northern Arizona 76-13 (9-3) Big Sky (1)
5
6 Utah 38-26 (6-6) Pac-12 (6)
6
7 Air Force 31-29 (6-7) Mountain West (4)
7
8 Nevada 44-8 (5-3) Mountain West (6)
8
9 Montana State 35-2 (14-1) Big Sky (2)
10
10 Colorado State 19-39 (2-7) Mountain West (7)
9
11 UTEP 26-48 (4-8) Conference USA (7)
12
12 Southern Utah 46-16 (8-8) Big Sky (4)
14
13 Idaho State 31-10 (5-6) Big Sky (7)
NR
14 Weber State 19-60 (4-20) Big Sky (5)
11
15 Utah Valley 39-9 (5-2) WAC (2)
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Colorado, 2015: New Mexico, 2014: Colorado, 2013: Colorado, 2012: Weber State
         
NORTHEAST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Providence 62-6 (25-1) Big East (2)
1
2 Columbia 78-13 (28-1) Ivy (1)
2
3 Dartmouth 48-13 (30-9) Ivy (2)
3
4 Syracuse 45-27 (15-5) ACC (4)
4
5 Yale 34-31 (12-14) Ivy (3)
5
6 Cornell 73-17 (32-7) Ivy (5)
6
7 Connecticut 52-23 (30-12) American (1)
8
8 Iona 50-49 (24-6) Metro Atlantic (1)
9
9 Brown 39-43 (21-14) Ivy (6)
7
10 New Hampshire 40-6 (35-4) America East (1)
10
11 Buffalo 35-30 (12-6) Mid-American (5)
11
12 Army West Point 25-18 (10-4) Patriot (2)
14
13 Boston College 36-57 (24-11) ACC (13)
12
14 UMass Lowell 24-64 (19-23) America East (2)
NR
15 Sacred Heart 37-9 (29-9) Northeast (1)
15
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Providence, 2015: Providence, 2014: Iona, 2013: Providence, 2012: Providence
         
SOUTH Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Georgia 87-8 (15-0) SEC (2)
1
2 Ole Miss 54-10 (7-2) SEC (3)
2
3 Mississippi State 63-15 (28-6) SEC (5)
7
4 Alabama 52-29 (21-8) SEC (7)
9
5 Florida State 46-59 (21-10) ACC (9)
3
6 Vanderbilt 46-51 (16-6) SEC (9)
5
7 Samford 61-16 (30-5) Southern (2)
8
8 Georgia Tech 66-24 (30-6) ACC (12)
4
9 Belmont 51-41 (27-13) Ohio Valley (2)
10
10 North Florida 28-8 (20-6) Atlantic Sun (1)
13
11 Southern Miss 48-17 (17-8) Conference USA (2)
15
12 Lipscomb 63-54 (27-24) Atlantic Sun (2)
11
13 UAB 48-50 (20-13) Conference USA (4)
14
14 Tennessee 29-65 (3-12) SEC (10)
NR
15 Jacksonville 9-3 (7-3) Atlantic Sun (3)
NR
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions:
2016: Mississippi State, 2015: Vanderbilt, 2014: Vanderbilt, 2013: Florida State, 2012: Florida State

         
SOUTH CENTRAL Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Arkansas 98-7 (16-0) SEC (1)
1
2 Abilene Christian 50-23 (17-1) Southland (1)
3
3 Texas 32-38 (5-5) Big 12 (3)
5
4 Baylor 32-36 (10-3) Big 12 (5)
2
5 SMU 39-25 (5-2) American (2)
4
6 Lamar 38-8 (24-2) Southland (2)
7
7 Texas A&M 54-14 (27-1) SEC (8)
6
8 McNeese State 37-15 (27-7) Southland (3)
11
9 TCU 13-29 (13-7) Big 12 (10)
8
10 Rice 46-16 (28-3) Conference USA (3)
9
11 Tulane 14-61 (2-9) American (5)
10
12 North Texas 13-15 (6-12) Conference USA (5)
NR
13 Texas State 19-14 (13-12) Sun Belt (1)
14
14 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 16-4 (16-4) Southland (4)
15
15 Stephen F. Austin 21-31 (12-7) Southland (5)
13
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Arkansas, 2015: Arkansas, 2014: Arkansas, 2013: Arkansas, 2012: Arkansas (Arkansas has won the last six region titles)
         
SOUTHEAST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 NC State 73-4 (22-0) ACC (1)
1
2 Furman 80-11 (24-3) Southern (1)
2
3 Eastern Kentucky 81-12 (15-1) Ohio Valley (1)
3
4 Louisville 80-24 (15-5) ACC (2)
5
5 Virginia Tech 75-23 (15-7) ACC (3)
4
6 Wake Forest 64-37 (16-12) ACC (5)
8
7 Duke 76-25 (20-8) ACC (7)
6
8 Virginia 29-27 (8-7) ACC (8)
7
9 Kentucky 46-39 (6-7) SEC (6)
9
10 Charlotte 34-14 (11-4) Conference USA (1)
NR
11 James Madison 29-15 (9-0) Colonial (1)
10
12 North Carolina 42-31 (10-12) ACC (11)
11
13 Richmond 55-45 (14-10) Atlantic 10 (2)
14
14 Davidson 43-21 (17-9) Atlantic 10 (3)
13
15 William and Mary 22-16 (8-5) Colonial (2)
12
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: NC State, 2015: Virginia, 2014: William and Mary, 2013: Virginia, 2012: Duke
         
WEST Region
Rank School Overall (RAOR) Conference (Finish)
Last Week
1 Oregon 60-1 (20-0) Pac-12 (2)
1
2 Stanford 42-10 (17-5) Pac-12 (3)
5
3 San Francisco 57-1 (15-0) West Coast (1)
2
4 Boise State 75-5 (10-2) Mountain West (2)
3
5 Washington 47-12 (21-6) Pac-12 (4)
4
6 California 45-49 (15-22) Pac-12 (5)
6
7 Arizona 59-26 (7-5) Pac-12 (7)
7
8 UCLA 32-50 (14-17) Pac-12 (8)
10
9 Arizona State 33-36 (4-10) Pac-12 (9)
9
10 Loyola Marymount 46-17 (39-6) West Coast (3)
NR
11 Portland 38-22 (13-7) West Coast (4)
8
12 Washington State 7-22 (1-8) Pac-12 (10)
NR
13 Oregon State 29-18 (21-14) Pac-12 (11)
11
14 UC Santa Barbara 32-11 (31-7) Big West (1)
13
15 Cal Poly 12-8 (12-7) Big West (2)
12
Regional Championship History — Last Five Champions: 2016: Stanford, 2015: Oregon, 2014: Oregon, 2013: Arizona, 2012: Oregon

 

NCAA Division I
Women's Cross Country National Coaches' Poll

2017 Week 6 - October 30th

RANK   TEAM & INFO PTS CHANGE
1 michigan MICHIGAN
Great Lakes Region (1)
Big Ten (1)
Mike McGuire (26th)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 wisconsin WISCONSIN
Great Lakes Region (3)
Big Ten (3)
Mick Byrne (4th)
◀▶
(LW: 2)
3 michigan-state MICHIGAN STATE
Great Lakes Region (2)
Big Ten (5)
Walt Drenth (14th)
◀▶
(LW: 3)
4 ohio-state OHIO STATE
Great Lakes Region (7)
Big Ten (6)
Khadevis Robinson (2nd)
▲ 2
(LW: 6)
5 eastern-michigan EASTERN MICHIGAN
Great Lakes Region (4)
Mid-American (1)
Sue Parks (12th)
▼ 1
(LW: 4)
6 indiana INDIANA
Great Lakes Region (5)
Big Ten (7)
Ron Helmer (11th)
▼ 1
(LW: 5)
7 toledo TOLEDO ▲ 1
(LW: 8)
8 miami-ohio MIAMI (OHIO) ▲ 3
(LW: 11)
9 notre-dame NOTRE DAME
Great Lakes Region (6)
ACC (6)
Alan Turner (4th)
▼ 2
(LW: 7)
10 purdue PURDUE ▼ 1
(LW: 9)
11 dayton DAYTON ▼ 1
(LW: 10)
12 oakland OAKLAND ▲ 2
(LW: 14)
13 marquette MARQUETTE ▼ 1
(LW: 12)
14 xavier XAVIER ▼ 1
(LW: 13)
15 central-michigan CENTRAL MICHIGAN NR
1 villanova VILLANOVA
Mid-Atlantic Region (2)
Big East (1)
Gina Procaccio (18th)
▲ 1
(LW: 2)
2 penn-state PENN STATE
Mid-Atlantic Region (1)
Big Ten (4)
John Gondak (4th)
▼ 1
(LW: 1)
3 georgetown GEORGETOWN
Mid-Atlantic Region (3)
Big East (3)
Julie Culley (2nd)
▲ 1
(LW: 4)
4 west-virginia WEST VIRGINIA
Mid-Atlantic Region (7)
Big 12 (4)
Sean Cleary (11th)
▲ 1
(LW: 5)
5 princeton PRINCETON
Mid-Atlantic Region (4)
Ivy (4)
Brad Hunt (2nd)
▼ 2
(LW: 3)
6 pittsburgh PITTSBURGH ◀▶
(LW: 6)
7 penn PENN ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8 bucknell BUCKNELL ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9 navy NAVY ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10 maryland MARYLAND ◀▶
(LW: 10)
11 lehigh LEHIGH ◀▶
(LW: 11)
12 american AMERICAN ▲ 2
(LW: 14)
13 temple TEMPLE ▼ 1
(LW: 12)
14 delaware DELAWARE ▲ 1
(LW: 15)
15 duquesne DUQUESNE NR
1 minnesota MINNESOTA
Midwest Region (3)
Big Ten (2)
Sarah Hopkins (5th)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 iowa-state IOWA STATE
Midwest Region (1)
Big 12 (1)
Andrea Grove-McDonough (5th)
◀▶
(LW: 2)
3 oklahoma-state OKLAHOMA STATE
Midwest Region (2)
Big 12 (2)
Dave Smith (9th)
◀▶
(LW: 3)
4 missouri MISSOURI
Midwest Region (4)
SEC (4)
Marc Burns (4th)
▲ 1
(LW: 5)
5 northwestern NORTHWESTERN ▼ 1
(LW: 4)
6 bradley BRADLEY ▲ 3
(LW: 9)
7 south-dakota SOUTH DAKOTA ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8 kansas KANSAS ▲ 6
(LW: 14)
9 oklahoma OKLAHOMA ▼ 1
(LW: 8)
10 tulsa TULSA ▼ 4
(LW: 6)
11 northern-iowa NORTHERN IOWA ▲ 1
(LW: 12)
12 northern-illinois NORTHERN ILLINOIS ▼ 2
(LW: 10)
13 loyola-chicago LOYOLA-CHICAGO ▼ 2
(LW: 11)
14 iowa IOWA ▼ 1
(LW: 13)
15 creighton CREIGHTON ◀▶
(LW: 15)
1 colorado COLORADO
Mountain Region (1)
Pac-12 (1)
Mark Wetmore (23rd)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 new-mexico NEW MEXICO
Mountain Region (2)
Mountain West (1)
Joe Franklin (11th)
◀▶
(LW: 2)
3 utah-state UTAH STATE
Mountain Region (4)
Mountain West (3)
Artie Gulden (1st)
◀▶
(LW: 3)
4 byu BYU
Mountain Region (3)
West Coast (2)
Diljeet Taylor (2nd)
◀▶
(LW: 4)
5 northern-arizona NORTHERN ARIZONA
Mountain Region (8)
Big Sky (1)
Michael Smith (1st)
◀▶
(LW: 5)
6 utah UTAH
Mountain Region (5)
Pac-12 (6)
Kyle Kepler (13th)
◀▶
(LW: 6)
7 air-force AIR FORCE
Mountain Region (6)
Mountain West (4)
Ryan Cole (4th)
◀▶
(LW: 7)
8 nevada NEVADA ◀▶
(LW: 8)
9 montana-state MONTANA STATE ▲ 1
(LW: 10)
10 colorado-state COLORADO STATE
Mountain Region (7)
Mountain West (7)
Art Siemers (6th)
▼ 1
(LW: 9)
11 utep UTEP ▲ 1
(LW: 12)
12 southern-utah SOUTHERN UTAH ▲ 2
(LW: 14)
13 idaho-state IDAHO STATE NR
14 weber-state WEBER STATE ▼ 3
(LW: 11)
15 utah-valley UTAH VALLEY ▼ 2
(LW: 13)
1 providence PROVIDENCE
Northeast Region (1)
Big East (2)
Ray Treacy (34th)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 columbia COLUMBIA
Northeast Region (4)
Ivy (1)
Dan Ireland (4th)
◀▶
(LW: 2)
3 dartmouth DARTMOUTH
Northeast Region (2)
Ivy (2)
Courtney Jaworski (4th)
◀▶
(LW: 3)
4 syracuse SYRACUSE
Northeast Region (3)
ACC (4)
Chris Fox (13th)
◀▶
(LW: 4)
5 yale YALE
Northeast Region (5)
Ivy (3)
Amy Gosztyla (7th)
◀▶
(LW: 5)
6 cornell CORNELL
Northeast Region (8)
Ivy (5)
Artie Smith (7th)
◀▶
(LW: 6)
7 connecticut CONNECTICUT ▲ 1
(LW: 8)
8 iona IONA ▲ 1
(LW: 9)
9 brown BROWN ▼ 2
(LW: 7)
10 new-hampshire NEW HAMPSHIRE ◀▶
(LW: 10)
11 buffalo BUFFALO ◀▶
(LW: 11)
12 army-west-point ARMY WEST POINT ▲ 2
(LW: 14)
13 boston-college BOSTON COLLEGE ▼ 1
(LW: 12)
14 umass-lowell UMASS LOWELL NR
15 sacred-heart SACRED HEART ◀▶
(LW: 15)
1 georgia GEORGIA
South Region (2)
SEC (2)
Petros Kyprianou (3rd)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 ole-miss OLE MISS
South Region (1)
SEC (3)
Ryan Vanhoy (5th)
◀▶
(LW: 2)
3 mississippi-state MISSISSIPPI STATE
South Region (7)
SEC (5)
Houston Franks (9th)
▲ 4
(LW: 7)
4 alabama ALABAMA ▲ 5
(LW: 9)
5 florida-state FLORIDA STATE
South Region (4)
ACC (9)
Kelly Phillips (3rd)
▼ 2
(LW: 3)
6 vanderbilt VANDERBILT
South Region (8)
SEC (9)
Steve Keith (12th)
▼ 1
(LW: 5)
7 samford SAMFORD ▲ 1
(LW: 8)
8 georgia-tech GEORGIA TECH
South Region (5)
ACC (12)
▼ 4
(LW: 4)
9 belmont BELMONT ▲ 1
(LW: 10)
10 north-florida NORTH FLORIDA ▲ 3
(LW: 13)
11 southern-miss SOUTHERN MISS ▲ 4
(LW: 15)
12 lipscomb LIPSCOMB ▼ 1
(LW: 11)
13 uab UAB ▲ 1
(LW: 14)
14 tennessee TENNESSEE NR
15 jacksonville JACKSONVILLE NR
1 arkansas ARKANSAS
South Central Region (1)
SEC (1)
Lance Harter (28th)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 abilene-christian ABILENE CHRISTIAN
South Central Region (5)
Southland (1)
Chris Ward (6th)
▲ 1
(LW: 3)
3 texas TEXAS
South Central Region (2)
Big 12 (3)
Mario Sategna (5th)
▲ 2
(LW: 5)
4 baylor BAYLOR
South Central Region (3)
Big 12 (5)
Todd Harbour (18th)
▼ 2
(LW: 2)
5 smu SMU
South Central Region (4)
American (2)
Cathy Casey (13th)
▼ 1
(LW: 4)
6 lamar LAMAR ▲ 1
(LW: 7)
7 texas-am TEXAS A&M ▼ 1
(LW: 6)
8 mcneese-state MCNEESE STATE ▲ 3
(LW: 11)
9 tcu TCU ▼ 1
(LW: 8)
10 rice RICE ▼ 1
(LW: 9)
11 tulane TULANE ▼ 1
(LW: 10)
12 north-texas NORTH TEXAS NR
13 texas-state TEXAS STATE ▲ 1
(LW: 14)
14 texas-am-corpus-christi TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI ▲ 1
(LW: 15)
15 stephen-f-austin STEPHEN F. AUSTIN ▼ 2
(LW: 13)
1 nc-state NC STATE
Southeast Region (1)
ACC (1)
Laurie Henes (12th)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 furman FURMAN
Southeast Region (2)
Southern (1)
Robert Gary (6th)
◀▶
(LW: 2)
3 eastern-kentucky EASTERN KENTUCKY
Southeast Region (3)
Ohio Valley (1)
Rick Erdmann (39th)
◀▶
(LW: 3)
4 louisville LOUISVILLE
Southeast Region (5)
ACC (2)
Dale Cowper (5th)
▲ 1
(LW: 5)
5 virginia-tech VIRGINIA TECH
Southeast Region (4)
ACC (3)
Ben Thomas (17th)
▼ 1
(LW: 4)
6 wake-forest WAKE FOREST ▲ 2
(LW: 8)
7 duke DUKE ▼ 1
(LW: 6)
8 virginia VIRGINIA
Southeast Region (7)
ACC (8)
Todd Morgan (6th)
▼ 1
(LW: 7)
9 kentucky KENTUCKY ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10 charlotte CHARLOTTE NR
11 james-madison JAMES MADISON ▼ 1
(LW: 10)
12 north-carolina NORTH CAROLINA ▼ 1
(LW: 11)
13 richmond RICHMOND ▲ 1
(LW: 14)
14 davidson DAVIDSON ▼ 1
(LW: 13)
15 william-and-mary WILLIAM AND MARY ▼ 3
(LW: 12)
1 oregon OREGON
West Region (3)
Pac-12 (2)
Robert Johnson (6th)
◀▶
(LW: 1)
2 stanford STANFORD
West Region (2)
Pac-12 (3)
Elizabeth DeBole (2nd)
▲ 3
(LW: 5)
3 san-francisco SAN FRANCISCO
West Region (1)
West Coast (1)
Helen Lehman-Winters (15th)
▼ 1
(LW: 2)
4 boise-state BOISE STATE
West Region (4)
Mountain West (2)
Corey Ihmels (5th)
▼ 1
(LW: 3)
5 washington WASHINGTON
West Region (6)
Pac-12 (4)
Greg Metcalf (16th)
▼ 1
(LW: 4)
6 california CALIFORNIA
West Region (5)
Pac-12 (5)
Shayla Houlihan (2nd)
◀▶
(LW: 6)
7 arizona ARIZONA ◀▶
(LW: 7)
8 ucla UCLA
West Region (12)
Pac-12 (8)
Avery Anderson (1st)
▲ 2
(LW: 10)
9 arizona-state ARIZONA STATE ◀▶
(LW: 9)
10 loyola-marymount LOYOLA MARYMOUNT NR
11 portland PORTLAND
West Region (10)
West Coast (4)
Ian Solof (16th)
▼ 3
(LW: 8)
12 washington-state WASHINGTON STATE NR
13 oregon-state OREGON STATE ▼ 2
(LW: 11)
14 uc-santa-barbara UC SANTA BARBARA ▼ 1
(LW: 13)
15 cal-poly CAL POLY ▼ 3
(LW: 12)

Dropped Out: No. 6 Auburn, No. 12 Florida, No. 12 LSU, No. 13 Harvard, No. 13 La Salle, No. 14 Idaho, No. 15 Cal State Fullerton, No. 15 Ohio, No. 15 South Carolina, No. 15 Wyoming

USTFCCCA 2017 NCAA Division I Cross Country
Rankings & Polls Calendar

Weeks Region RankingsNational Coaches' Poll KEY DATES
PreseasonMon 8/28
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 8/29
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 1: Earliest Contest
Week 1Mon 9/11
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 9/12
MEN | WOMEN
Sep. 8: First countable, at-large
Week 2Mon 9/18
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 9/19
MEN | WOMEN
Week 3Mon 9/25
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 9/26
MEN | WOMEN
Week 4Mon 10/2
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 10/3
MEN | WOMEN
Oct. 14: Pre-National
Week 5Mon 10/16
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 10/17
MEN | WOMEN
Oct. 26-29: Conference Champs
Week 6Mon 10/30
MEN | WOMEN
Tue 10/31
MEN | WOMEN
Nov. 10: NCAA Regionals
Week 7Mon 11/13
MEN | WOMEN
Nov. 18: NCAA Champs
FINAL ResultsFri 11/10
Sat 11/18

Week-by-Week Ranking PDFs
NATIONAL:
2017 | All-Time
REGIONAL: 2017 | All-Time