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Ricky Nelson’s 2015 Week 5 top 10

The AVCA poll comes out on Tuesday.

My rank, (my Wk 4 rank, AVCA Wk 4 rank), record, key results last week
1 (1,2). Washington-St. Louis 17-1 W: Chicago. 
2 (2,1). Juniata 18-1 L: Clarion. 
3 (3,3). Emory 20-2 W: Carnegie Mellon; Case Western Reserve. 
4 (5,6). Cal Lutheran 16-2 [None]. 
5 (6,5). Calvin 13-3 [None].
6 (4,8). Carthage 15-3 L: Millikin. 
7 (7,4). Christopher Newport 15-2 [None].
8 (10,9). Colorado College 19-1 W: Elmhurst; UW-Oshkosh.
9 (8,11). Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 14-4 [None].
10 (9,7). Wittenberg 14-1 [None].

My top 5 matches of the week:
10/7 UW-Stevens Point vs. UW-Eau Claire
10/7 UW-Oshkosh vs. UW-La Crosse
10/8 Concordia (Minn.) vs. Bethel
10/9 Washington-St. Louis vs. Carthage
10/10 Washington-St. Louis vs. Saint Mary’s (Minn.)

In case you missed it over the weekend, 2015’s Last team Standing was determined, and the Standout Stats page added 34-kill and 54-dig performances by players from the Central Region.

-Ricky Nelson

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Written by Ricky Nelson

October 4, 2015 at 7:00 pm

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  1. Ricky, what do you think a loss to a DII team will mean to the coaches voting?

    Anonymous

    October 5, 2015 at 3:58 pm

  2. I’d like to think it’s meaningless. It didn’t affect my top 10 positively or negatively, but I’m sure some will see “Loss 3-2” and issue a demerit.

    I’d also like to think that everyone will know that Clarion is a D II program. However, unless it’s denoted on the voting materials, I’m not holding out hope that everyone will know. Even if it is denoted as a loss to a D II team, I doubt that everyone will see it as, at worst, a neutral event in the grand scheme of things in D III.
    -Ricky

    Ricky Nelson

    October 5, 2015 at 4:48 pm

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