SAVAGE 2015 College Preseason D-I Coaches Poll

Here is the first-ever Ultiworld College Coaches' Poll.

We are excited to announce a new feature for the 2015 college season: a top 10 ranking as determined by top coaches in both the D-I Men’s and Women’s Divisions.

We selected coaches from across the country to share their list of top teams, which we compiled into a single list using a simple points system (10 points for #1, 9 points for #2, …). Currently, coaches from every region are represented in the Men’s Division poll; response rate has been a bit lower in the Women’s Division, where seven regions are represented. We will continue to add more coaches in the Spring when judging teams becomes much easier.

Without further ado, here are the results of the SAVAGE Preseason D-I Coaches Poll. The number of first place votes is denoted in parentheses.

MEN’S DIVISION

1. Oregon (6)
2. Pittsburgh (3)
3. UNC (2)
4. Colorado
5. UNC Wilmington
6. Wisconsin (1)
7. Michigan
8. Carleton
9. Florida
10. Texas A&M

Others receiving votes: Florida State, Georgia, Harvard, Texas, UCF, Massachusetts, Arizona State, Minnesota

WOMEN’S DIVISION

1. Oregon (7)
2. UBC (1)
3. Stanford
4. Virginia
5. Carleton
6. Washington
7. Whitman
8. UCSB
9. Colorado
10. Ohio State

Others receiving votes: Tufts, Michigan, Western Washington, Northeastern, Colorado College, Central Florida, Dartmouth

  1. Charlie Eisenhood
    Charlie Eisenhood

    Charlie Eisenhood is the editor-in-chief of Ultiworld. You can reach him by email (charlie@ultiworld.com) or on Twitter (@ceisenhood).

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