LetsRun.com Fan Polls: Colorado And Providence Are Your New NCAA Cross-Country #1s Heading Into Regionals

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by: LetsRun.com
November 14, 2013

The preliminary LRC NCAA Fan Polls Regional editions are out and we have new #1s on both the men’s and women’s side.

Mark Wetmore’s Colorado Buffaloes are edging Dave Smith’s Oklahoma State Cowboys on the men’s side. On the women’s side, Providence, after trotting out Grace Thek as their new #5 at conference, is back at the #1 spot.

We also have all of the regional rankings below.

Be sure to come back to LetsRun.com on Friday between 4pm ET and 5 pm ET as we expect to be the first to be able to tell you who is in and who is out of NCAAs thanks to one very smart programmer: MB: Official 2013 NCAA Cross-Country Field – Who’s In And Who’s Out? Find Out Here (we need your help).

PS Since we were focused on the site re-design, the polls got up late so voting is still open (Scroll to the bottom of this page to vote). We’ll have final regional rankings out on Friday morning before the racing begins.

 

LetsRun.com Men’s Super Poll Results
1. Colorado (23) 484
2. Oklahoma State (23) 474
3. Northern Arizona (3) 398
4. Oregon (2) 347
5. BYU 247
6. Stanford 219
7. Arkansas (1) 124
8. Iona (1) 123
9. Columbia 97
10. Portland 92

Others receiving votes: 11. Indiana 82 12. Wisconsin 45 13. New Mexico 32 14. Tulsa 26 15. Oklahoma 21 16. Syracuse 17 17. Florida State 13 18. Michigan 13 19. Princeton 9 20. Villanova 9 21. Eastern Kentucky 8 22. Texas 8 23. Georgetown 8 24. North Carolina 5 25. Washington 4 26. Alabama 3 27. Harvard 2 28. Missouri 2 29. Louisville 2 30. Providence 1

LetsRun.com Women’s Super Poll Results
1. Providence (23) 371
2. Arizona (12) 324
3. Florida State 269
4. Georgetown (2) 234
5. Arkansas (2) 203
6. Michigan State 98
7. Colorado 96
8. Butler 91
9. Iowa State 85
10. Oregon 83

Others receiving votes: 11. Washington 62 12. Dartmouth 51 13. Villanova 46 14. Stanford 32 15. New Mexico 29 16. Virginia 29 17. Duke 28 18. Michigan 26 19. San Francisco 24 20. Syracuse 11 21. Connecticut 10 22. Northern Arizona 9 23. Vanderbilt 7 24. Minnesota 7 25. Florida 7 26. Boston College 6 27. Oklahoma State 6 28. Cornell 6 29. William and Mary 3 30. Princeton 2

Regional Polls

Mountain Men’s Poll
1. Colorado (6) 96
2. Northern Arizona (3) 92
3. Brigham Young 78
4. New Mexico (1) 58
5. Colorado State 57
6. Southern Utah 52
7. Air Force 39
8. Montana State 14
9. Weber State 13
10. Texas Tech 13
11. Wyoming 12
12. UTEP 8
13. Utah State 7
14. Idaho State 6
15. Montana 4
16. New Mexico State 1

 

Mountain Women’s Poll
1. Colorado (4) 40
2. New Mexico 36
3. Brigham Young 31
4. Weber State 27
5. Colorado State 22
6. Northern Arizona 21
7. Utah 14
8. Air Force 13
9. Texas Tech 8
10. Montana State 3
11. Nevada 2
12. UTEP 2
13. Southern Utah 1

Northeast Men’s Poll
1. Columbia (3) 88
2. Syracuse (3) 87
3. Iona (4) 84
4. Dartmouth 62
5. Providence 62
6. Harvard 57
7. Yale 25
8. Cornell 19
9. Army 15
10. Central Connecticut 13
11. Boston University 7
12. Northeastern 5
13. Boston College 4
14. Binghamtom 3
15. Fairfield 2
16. Brown 2
17. Manhattan 1
18. Fordham 1

 

Northeast Women’s Poll
1. Providence (5) 50
2. Dartmouth 43
3. Cornell 34
4. Syracuse 34
5. Harvard 28
6. Boston College 22
7. Columbia 19
8. Iona 9
9. Connecticut 8
10. New Hampshire 8
11. Stony Brook 7
12. Boston University 7
13. Yale 3
14. Brown 2
15. Vermont 1

South Central Men’s Poll
1. Arkansas (6) 60
2. Texas 53
3. Texas A&M 47
4. Lamar 39
5. North Texas 33
6. Rice 28
7. Stephen F. Austin 24
8. Baylor 13
9. Texas A&M Corpus Christi 12
10. Houston 7
11. UT San Antonio 7
12. Texas State 4
13. UT Pan American 2
14. Arkansas Little Rock 1

 

South Central Women’s Poll
1. Arkansas (4) 49
2. Texas A&M (1) 44
3. Texas 40
4. SMU 24
5. Baylor 24
6. Rice 22
7. Lamar 16
8. North Texas 10
9. LSU 9
10. Arkansas Little Rock 9
11. UT San Antonio 8
12. Stephen F. Austin 8
13. TCU 6
14. Houston 3
15. Texas A&M Corpus Christi 2
16. New Orleans 1

Midwest Men’s Poll
1. Oklahoma State (11) 110
2. Tulsa 93
3. Oklahoma 82
4. Iowa State 74
5. Minnesota 64
6. Illinois 51
7. Missouri 40
8. Kansas 30
9. Southern Illinois 29
10. South Dakota State 9
11. Iowa 7
12. Loyola – Chicago 7
13. Nebraska 4
14. Western Illinois 3
15. Eastern Illinois 1
16. North Dakota State University 1

 

Midwest Women’s Poll
1. Iowa State (3) 42
2. Oklahoma State 37
3. Minnesota (1) 36
4. Southern Illinois 19
5. Tulsa 17
6. Illinois (1) 17
7. North Dakota State University 15
8. Missouri 12
9. Depaul 11
10. Kansas 11
11. Illinois State 11
12. Loyola – Chicago 9
13. Nebraska 8
14. South Dakota State 8
15. Kansas State 6
16. Iowa 5
17. Oklahoma 4
18. Northwestern 4
19. University of South Dakota 3

South Men’s Poll
1. Florida (4) 66
2. Georgia (2) 63
3. Florida State (1) 57
4. Auburn 46
5. Lipscomb 34
6. Georgia Tech 27
7. Tennessee 25
8. Alabama 14
9. Mississippi State 12
10. Belmont 8
11. Tennessee Chattanooga 7
12. Mississippi 7
13. Kennesaw State University 5
14. Vanderbilt 4
15. Florida A&M 4
16. East Tennessee 4
17. South Florida 1
18. South Alabama 1

 

South Women’s Poll
1. Florida State (3) 30
2. Florida 25
3. Vanderbilt 24
4. Mississippi 17
5. Alabama 15
6. Lipscomb 13
7. Tennessee 12
8. Georgia 11
9. Auburn 7
10. South Florida 4
11. Belmont 2
12. East Tennessee 2
13. North Florida 2
14. Mississippi State 1

Great Lakes Men’s Poll
1. Indiana (5) 112
2. Wisconsin (6) 112
3. Michigan (1) 95
4. Notre Dame 87
5. Butler 59
6. Purdue 56
7. Michigan State 55
8. Ohio State 33
9. Eastern Michigan 19
10. Akron 9
11. Central Michigan 5
12. Toledo 4
13. Indiana State 4
14. Miami Ohio 3
15. Ohio 3
16. Cincinatti 2
17. Detroit 2

 

Great Lakes Women’s Poll
1. Michigan (2) 45
2. Michigan State (2) 42
3. Notre Dame 36
4. Butler (1) 36
5. Wisconsin 26
6. Indiana 24
7. Ohio State 23
8. Toledo 15
9. Miami Ohio 15
10. Xavier 3
11. Eastern Michigan 3
12. Marquette 2
13. Akron 2
14. Central Michigan 1
15. Ohio 1
16. Bowling Green 1

West Men’s Poll
1. Oregon (5) 75
2. Stanford (1) 63
3. Portland (1) 62
4. Washington 50
5. Boise St. 44
6. Arizona State (1) 38
7. Arizona 22
8. UCLA 22
9. Cal Poly 15
10. Washington State 14
11. Gonzaga 10
12. San Francisco 8
13. UC Santa Barbara 5
14. Eastern Washington 4
15. Idaho 2
16. St. Marys 2
17. California 2
18. UC Davis 2

 

West Women’s Poll
1. Arizona (4) 40
2. Washington 36
3. Oregon 28
4. San Francisco 27
5. Stanford 24
6. Arizona State 18
7. Boise St. 15
8. Cal Poly 10
9. UC Davis 7
10. UCLA 6
11. Oregon State 3
12. Loyola Marymount 2
13. Portland 2
14. California 2

Mid Atlantic Men’s Poll
1. Princeton (4) 85
2. Villanova (3) 82
3. Georgetown (1) 69
4. LaSalle (1) 62
5. Navy 52
6. Penn State 46
7. Saint Josephs 31
8. Lehigh 27
9. American 19
10. Penn 17
11. Duquesne 5

 

Mid Atlantic Women’s Poll
1. Georgetown (7) 70
2. Princeton 51
3. Penn State 50
4. Villanova 50
5. West Virginia 42
6. Duquesne 29
7. American 13
8. Lehigh 13
9. LaSalle 11
10. Penn 11
11. Navy 9
12. George Washington 8
13. Pittsburgh 5
14. Loyola (MD) 5
15. Delaware 4
16. Bucknell 4
17. Rutgers 3
18. Saint Josephs 2
19. Maryland 2
20. Towson 2
Others receiving votes: 21. Marshall 1

South East Men’s Poll
1. Eastern Kentucky (6) 68
2. Virginia (1) 58
3. North Carolina 56
4. Virginia Tech 41
5. Duke 40
6. NC State 38
7. Louisville 23
8. William and Mary 22
9. Furman 15
10. Kentucky 10
11. Liberty 7
12. George Mason 5
13. Western Kentucky 2

 

South East Women’s Poll
1. Duke (1) 28
2. Virginia (2) 25
3. Kentucky 23
4. William and Mary 22
5. NC State 19
6. North Carolina 13
7. Eastern Kentucky 8
8. Virginia Tech 7
9. Wake Forest 5
10. Richmond 4
11. Furman 3
12. Charlotte 3
13. Louisville 3
14. George Mason 1
15. Western Kentucky 1

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