Wahine Move from No. 3 to No. 2 in Volleyball Poll

The UH Wahine Volleyball team moved up one spot to No. 2 in the latest AVCA coaches poll.

HONOLULU - The University of Hawaii Wahine Volleyball team moved up one spot to number 2 in the latest AVCA Coaches Top 25 Poll released Monday morning.

Yet another shake up took place at the top of the poll as top-ranked Stanford lost to Washington State and the Wahine taken to five games by Fresno State.

USC received 55 first place votes and holds a solid lead over Hawaii which received five first place votes. Florida, Stanford and Nebraska round out the top five.

Hawaii will play five matches in the next six days as they will be in Reno for the WAC Tournament followed by single matches with Brigham Young and Utah (ranked 24th)

Rank School (1st-Place)  Points Record LW
 1 USC (55)               1608   22-1   2
 2 Hawai'i (5)            1492   25-1   3
 3 Florida (2)            1473   26-1   4
 4 Stanford (2)           1466   25-4   1
 5 Nebraska (1)           1422   24-1   5
 6 Minnesota              1288   28-3   6
 7 UC Santa Barbara       1204   26-1   7
 8 Pepperdine             1149   21-6   9
 9 Northern Iowa          1134   28-2   8
10 Long Beach State       1034   24-3  10
11 Santa Clara             901   23-4  11
12 North Carolina          891   28-2  12
13 Washington State        813   19-7  17
14 Wisconsin               782   20-7  14
15 Eastern Washington      669   28-1  15
16 Arizona                 652   15-9  16
17 Penn State              600   21-6  13
18 South Carolina          493   21-5  18
19 Kansas State            445   18-6  20
20 Georgia Tech            339   28-5  23
21 UCLA                    334   15-12 19
22 Missouri                238   22-6  24
23 University of San Diego 159   24-6  25
24 Utah                    127   21-7  21
25 Ohio State               80   15-10 NR

Others receiving points and listed on two or more ballots: Washington (70), California (44), Arizona State (41), Texas (28), Fresno State (27), Louisville (25), Arkansas (23), Colorado State (17), Michigan (11), South Florida (9), Texas A&M (8), Michigan State (8), Loyola-Chicago (6), Indiana (4).

 


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