Washington tightens grip on No. 1 in 2018 USA Today/NFCA DI Top 25 Coaches Poll

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Washington tightens grip on No. 1 in 2018 USA Today/NFCA DI Top 25 Coaches Poll

                                                    

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The top-10 saw some shuffling, but Washington did not budge as it tightened its grip on the No. 1 spot in this week’s USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll. After a 4-0 week, the Huskies (39-2) brought their winning streak to 10 games and were one vote shy of being the unanimous No. 1 squad. UW collected 31 of a possible 32 first-place votes and 799 points.

 

The 2018 USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches, one representing each conference. Records reflect games played through April 8.

 

2018 USA Today / NFCA Division I
Top 25 Coaches Poll – April 10 (Week 9)

Rank School Totals 2018 Last Poll
1 Washington (31) 799 39-2 1
2 Oklahoma (1) 766 33-2 2
3 Oregon 721 32-6 5
4 UCLA 708 34-3 3
5 Georgia 658 35-5 6
6 Florida 652 33-6 4
7 Arizona State 611 33-5 7
8 Auburn 547 36-8 11
9 Texas A&M 518 34-9 10
10 Tennessee 476 33-8 8
11 South Carolina 465 33-7 12
12 Arizona 447 27-9 9
13 Florida State 423 33-7 13
14 LSU 396 32-7 14
15 Alabama 339 25-10 15
16 Baylor 321 24-9 16
17 Michigan 298 31-7 17
18 Long Beach State 284 32-7 18
19 Arkansas 176 29-8 20
20 Kentucky 172 24-11 21
21 Louisiana 135 25-10 19
22 Ohio State 109 24-8 23
23 Mississippi State 87 29-11 22
24 Texas State 80 29-8 25
25 California 63 26-11 24

 

New to Poll: None

Dropped Out: None

 

Receiving Votes: Hofstra (43), James Madison (26), Oklahoma State (20), Kennesaw State (18), Ole Miss (18), San Jose State (13), Oregon State (6), Tulsa (3), Wichita State (2).

 

The 2018 USA Today / NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches with one representing each of the NCAA’s Division I Conferences. Records reflect play through April 8, 2018

Rank School Totals 2018 Last Poll

1 Washington (31) 799 39-2 1

2 Oklahoma (1) 766 33-2 2

3 Oregon 721 32-6 5

4 UCLA 708 34-3 3

5 Georgia 658 35-5 6

6 Florida 652 33-6 4

7 Arizona State 611 33-5 7

8 Auburn 547 36-8 11

9 Texas A&M 518 34-9 10

10 Tennessee 476 33-8 8

11 South Carolina 465 33-7 12

12 Arizona 447 27-9 9

13 Florida State 423 33-7 13

14 LSU396 32-7 14

15 Alabama 339 25-10 15

16 Baylor 321 24-9 16

17 Michigan 298 31-7 17

18 Long Beach State 284 32-7 18

19 Arkansas 176 29-8 20

20 Kentucky 172 24-11 21

21 Louisiana 135 25-10 19

22 Ohio State 109 24-8 23

23 Mississippi State 87 29-11 22

24 Texas State 80 29-8 25

25 California 63 26-11 24

 

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