Buffaloes Receiving Votes In AVCA Coaches Poll
LEXINGTON, Kent. – Colorado volleyball is receiving votes after going 2-0 in the first weekend of competition against Oregon State, the America Volleyball Coaches Association announced Tuesday.
Colorado is receiving six total votes, tied for 37th in overall points with Georgia and Rice. The Buffs join Pac-12 conference members Stanford (3), Utah (8), Washington (11), UCLA (19), Washington State (RV/26), Arizona State (RV/27), USC (RV/30) and Oregon (RV/35).
The Pac-12 nine representatives on the list are the most, with the BIG TEN earning eight and the SEC with seven.
The Buffaloes have this weekend off after the two matches against Stanford were canceled due to county regulations. They next host Cal on February 5 at 7 p.m.
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Others receiving votes and listed on two or more ballots: Washington State 80; Arizona State 55; Texas A&M 44; Colorado State 35; Southern California 31; Kansas State 26; South Carolina 26; Texas State 24; Cincinnati 17; Oregon 17; Illinois 12; Colorado 6; Georgia 6; Rice 6; Illinois State 5; Arkansas 2; Ohio State 2;
3 teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 18 combined points.