D-I Poll: BYU In Charge
ATLANTA – There was plenty of interesting results in the division this past week, but Brigham Young remained as the top-ranked team in week two of the New Balance MCLA Division I Coaches Poll that was released on Wednesday.
The Cougars, who were idle this week and grabbed 14 first-place votes, saw California and Georgia Tech fall back in the pack, but also witnessed Clemson score a pair of ranked wins to move into the second slot.
The Tigers were awarded eight top votes to keep them solidly in second and just nine points behind BYU.
Concordia-Irvine, who took down former No. 2 California, moved up to the third spot with three first-place votes.
Cal held onto a first-place vote to stick at No. 4 while Liberty rounded out the Top 5.
New Hampshire dropped out of the poll this week and was replaced by No. 25 Grand Canyon.
Division I New Balance Weekly Coaches Poll – Week 2
Others receiving votes: Auburn (55), Northeastern (47), New Hampshire (38), UC Santa Barbara (35), Connecticut (21), NC State (17), Texas (17), Texas A&M (9), LSU (5), Buffalo (4), San Diego State (4), Temple (3), Missouri (2), Oregon (2), Oregon State (1), South Florida (1).