Pac-12 in the rankings

Pac-12 teams have always been among the top in the nation, and the polls so far this season reflect how dominant the Conference of Champions truly is as all fall sports have a team ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 in their respective national pollings. Check out how the Pac-12's fall sports are ranked in the most recent polls. 

After upsetting then-No. 1 Penn State on its home court, the Cardinal took over the No. 1 spot in the AVCA Coaches Poll. Stanford holds a 4-0 record heading into the third week of the volleyball season, with three of those wins coming over top-10 teams.
Women's Soccer
The defending NCAA Champion, UCLA is ranked No. 1 in the NSCAA poll and the SoccerAmerica poll for the third week in a row. With their lone tie coming against then-No. 9 North Carolina, the Bruins have an overall record of 5-0-1 heading into week four.
Men's XC
In the USTFCCCA's preseason poll, the Colorado men's cross country team was a unanimous No. 1 pick after winning the national championship last season. With all seven harriers from last year's squad returning, CU is the first unanimous preseason No. 1 since Oregon in 2009.
Men's Soccer
UCLA men's soccer has held the No. 1 spot for the first two weeks of the season in the NSCAA poll and currently owns an overall record of 3-1-0. The Bruins also hold the No. 2 spot in the SoccerAmerica weekly top 25 after being ranked No. 1 last week.  
Men's Water Polo
The top-four teams in the 2014 Collegiate Water Polo Association preseason poll are Pac-12 teams, led by No. 1 Stanford. Following narrowly at No. 2 is reigning national champion USC, with UCLA at No. 3 and Cal at No. 4. 
Women's XC
The Ducks are No. 2 in the preseason USTFCCCA poll for women's cross country, and return three top-100 finishers from last year's NCAA Championships. UO won it all in 2012 and look to claim another national title after a 14th place finish at NCAAs in 2013. 
Oregon jumped Alabama to move from No. 3 to No. 2 in this week's AP Top 25 polling. The Ducks received 16 first-place votes after defeating No. 7 Michigan State this past Saturday by a score of 46-27, and handily beating South Dakota, 62-13, in the season opener. 
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