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5-23-2017 Broadcasting Super Regionals

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NCAA Division I Softball Championship: ESPN Televises All Eight Super Regionals

May 23, 2017

 

NCAA Division I Softball Championship: ESPN Televises All Eight Super Regionals

  • Eight Best-of-Three Series from Campus Sites; Winners Advance to Women’s College World Series
  • Top 16 Seeds Advance; Top 8 Host Super Regionals
  • Jessica Mendoza Returns, Joins Michele Smith and Beth Mowins in Los Angeles; Amanda Scarborough and Eric Collins in Gainesville 

 

ESPN’s coverage of the NCAA Division I Softball Championship continues with exclusive telecasts of the Super Regionals beginning Thursday, May 25, and continuing through Sunday, May 28, with up to 24 games from eight campus sites. The eight, best-of-three series will be televised across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU with the victorious teams advancing to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla.

 

The top eight seeds advanced from the Regional round to host a Super Regional, highlighted by No. 1 seed Florida, which will host No. 16 Alabama (Gainesville Super Regional). There are four west coast Super Regionals sites: No. 2 Arizona vs. No. 15 Baylor (Tucson), No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 14 Kentucky (Eugene), No. 6 Washington vs. No. 11 Utah (Seattle) and No. 5 UCLA vs. No. 12 Ole Miss (Los Angeles). Rounding out the sites: No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 13 LSU (Tallahassee), No. 7 Auburn vs. defending national champion and No. 10 seed Oklahoma (Auburn) and No. 8 Tennessee vs. No. 9 Texas A&M (Knoxville). A complete bracket is available here.

 

ESPN Commentators
ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza, now a MLB analyst working Sunday Night Baseball, returns to ESPN’s softball coverage for the Super Regionals. Mendoza, who began her career with ESPN as a college softball analyst and has called the WCWS for a number of years, will work with fellow college softball analyst Michele Smith, play-by-play commentator Beth Mowins and reporter Holly Rowe in Los Angeles.

 

Softball analyst Amanda Scarborough along with commentator Eric Colllins will be in Gainesville, Fla., for the call of the SEC matchup between the Crimson Tide and the Gators. Mendoza, Smith, Rowe and Mowins will be paired for the Women’s College World Series, as well as Scarborough joining play-by-play commentator Adam Amin and reporter Laura Rutledge. The full schedule and production details will be announced next week.

  • Jessica Mendoza – Los Angeles Super Regional
  • College: Stanford
  • Honors: Four-time All-American (1999, 2000, ’01, ’02; member of gold medal-winning team at the 2004 Athens Olympics and silver medal winning team at 2008 Beijing Olympics
  • Michele Smith – Los Angeles Super Regional
  • College: Oklahoma State
  • Honors: Two-time All-American; two-time Olympic Gold Medalist (1996, ’00); eight time Japan Pro League MVP

 

  • Amanda Scarborough – Gainesville Super Regional
  • College:  Texas A&M
  • Honors: Two-time All-American (2005, ’07); only player in Big 12 history to receive Freshman of the Year and Player of Year in same season (2005); played in two WCWS (2007, ’08)

 

ESPN’s additional six commentator teams are: Mark Neely and Jenny Dalton-Hill (Auburn), Jenn Hildreth and Carol Bruggeman (Tallahassee), Alex Loeb and Megan Willis (Knoxville), Trey Bender and Danielle Lawrie (Eugene), Pam Ward and Cheri Kempf (Tucson) and Courtney Lyle and Leigh Dakich (Seattle).

  •   Leigh Dakich – Seattle Regional
    • College: Toledo
    • Honors: Led the Rockets to the WCWS; holds the MAC record for batting average and hits; former head coach at Bowling Green and Syracuse

 

  • Carol BruggemanTallahassee Super Regional
    • College: Iowa
    • Honors:  As a Division I coach at Michigan, Purdue, and Louisville, achieved more than 700 combined wins; All-Big Ten and All-Mideast Region as a player; inducted into the Iowa Softball Association Hall of Fame (1997); NFCA Executive Director
  • Jenny Dalton-Hill – Auburn Super Regional
    • College: Arizona
    • Honors: National Player of the Year (1996) and Women’s College World Series MVP (’96); four-time National Champion; winning three as a player (1993, ’94, and ’96) and one as an assistant coach, also with Arizona (1997)

 

  • Cheri KempfTucson Super Regional
    • College: Missouri Western State
    • Honors: National Champion; National MVP; played on USA National Team that won the World Cup (1992); NPF Commissioner

 

  • Danielle LawrieEugene Super Regional
    • College: Washington
    • Honors: National Champion (2009); All-American; played for Canadian National Team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics
  •  Megan Willis – Norman Regional 
    • College: Texas
    • Honors:  Two-time Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (2007 and 2006); played in National Fastpitch League

espnW.com
espnW will have wide-ranging coverage of the entire 2017 NCAA Softball Championship hosted on its softball index.  Highlights include:

  • Comprehensive Recaps: Graham Hays will provide daily recaps and analysis from the Regionals, Super Regionals and the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.
  • Behind the Scenes Coverage: From playlists to blogs, espnW will provide a unique look into the players’ lives off the field.  
  • The espnW Player of the Year:  The 2017 espnW Player of the Year will be revealed on the road to Oklahoma City.
  • Schedules and Results: All the scores and schedules can be found here.

 

Follow and Join the Social Media Conversation
A number of social handles — @ESPNU, @espnW, and @NCAASoftball — will provide news, game updates, photos and videos throughout the championship. Fans can join the conversation by tagging their tweets with #RoadToWCWS the Regionals and Super Regionals and then #WCWS during the Women’s College World Series.

 

ESPN’s 2017 NCAA Division I Softball Television Schedule
Super Regionals (May 25 – 28)

 

Please Note: Networks are likely to change throughout the weekend. For the latest information, please check espnW’s schedule and results page. The higher seed in each Super Regional has home/away choice in a decisive, if necessary, Game 3.

 

Gainesville Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Thu, May 25 7 p.m. No. 16 Alabama at No. 1 Florida
Eric Collins, Amanda Scarborough
ESPN
Fri, May 26 7 p.m. No. 1 Florida vs. No. 16 Alabama  ESPN
Sat, May 27 5 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN

 

Los Angeles Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Thu, May 25 9 p.m. No. 12 Ole Miss at No. 5 UCLA
Beth Mowins, Jessica Mendoza, Michele Smith, Holly Rowe
ESPN
Fri, May 26 9 p.m. No. 5 UCLA vs. No. 12 Ole Miss ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, May 27 7 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN

 

Auburn Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 4 p.m. No. 10 Oklahoma at No. 7 Auburn
Mark Neely, Jenny Dalton-Hill
ESPN2
Sat, May 27 1 p.m. No. 7 Auburn vs. No. 10 Oklahoma ESPN
Sun, May 28 1 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN

 

Tallahassee Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 5 p.m. No. 13 LSU at No. 4 Florida State
Jenn Hildreth, Carol Bruggeman
ESPNU
Sat, May 27 3 p.m. No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 13 LSU ESPN
Sun, May 28 1 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU


Knoxville Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 6 p.m. No. 9 Texas A&M at No. 8 Tennessee
Alex Loeb, Megan Willis
ESPN2
Sat, May 27 5 p.m. No. 8 Tennessee vs. No. 9 Texas A&M ESPN2
Sun, May 28 3 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPN

 

Eugene Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 7 p.m. No. 14 Kentucky at No. 3 Oregon
Trey Bender, Danielle Lawrie
ESPNU
Sat, May 27 7 p.m. No. 3 Oregon vs. No. 14 Kentucky   ESPN2
Sun, May 28 3 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU

 

Tucson Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 9 p.m. No. 15 Baylor at No. 2 Arizona
Pam Ward, Cheri Kempf
ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, May 27 9 p.m. No. 2 Arizona vs. No. 15 Baylor   ESPN
Sun, May 28 7 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU

Seattle Super Regional 

Date Time (ET) Game/Commentators Network
Fri, May 26 11 p.m. No. 11 Utah at No. 6 Washington
Courtney Lyle, Leigh Dakich
ESPN2
Sat, May 27 9 p.m. No. 6 Washington vs. No. 11 Utah   ESPN2
Sun, May 28 10 p.m. Game 3: If Necessary ESPNU

Networks and schedule are subject to change

 

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Media contact: Derek Volner at 860-384-9986; Derek.Volner@ESPN.com and @DerekVolner

 

5-20-2017 Saturday NCAA D1 Schedule

note Friday”s report has been updated to include late scores
Note: ULL Alex Stewart pitched no hitter Friday against McNeese State

California vs Auburn
— tied 2-2; Cal leads 3-2/Auburn wins 4-3
Florida State vs Georgia
— Seminoles lead 3-0/win 7-1
Georgia leads Jacksonville State 7-2 T 6/wins 8-2
Florida vs Oklahoma State
— Gators lead 2-0/win 2-0
Kentucky vs Illinois
— Wildcats lead 1-0/win 1-0
USC Upstate vs Tennessee
— Upstate leads 2-0/Vols win 7-3
Minnesota vs Alabama
— underway no score T8/Bama wins 1-0
LSU vs Louisiana Lafayette
— LSU 2-0 delayed/ULL takes lead 4-2 B
James Madison vs Baylor
— JMU 2-1 B4/Baylor wins 4-2
James Madison vs Kent State/JMU up 2-0
Kent State 2, Oregon State 1
Princeton vs Jacksonville State JSU wins 10-2
Jacksonville State vs Georgia:  Georgia up 7-2
East Tennessee vs Notre Dame: Irish lead 6-3 in progress
Arizona State vs Mississippi/Ole Miss wins 2-0
Texas State vs Texas A&M/Aggies win 3-1
Florida A&M vs FIU
— FIU 1-0 B2/FIU wins 3-0
Oklahoma State 5, FIU 0
Ohio State vs Longwood/Longwood wins 3-1
Longwood leads SC Upstate 4-1 B5/wins 4-2
DePaul vs Marshall
— 0-0 after 2/Marshall wins 2-1
Illinois 10, Marshall 2 final
Albany vs Louisiana Tech 0-0 in progress
Fairfield vs McNeese State 0-0
Utah vs BYU: Utes lead 13-0 T6/win 14-0
Kent State vs Oregon State: tied 1-1 T6/Kent State wins 2-1
South Carolina 0, Arizona 5
UCLA vs San Jose State: Bruins lead 10-1 B6 /wins 10-2
S Illinois vs North Carolina 0-0 B2/Tar Heels win 4-0
Texas Southern vs Texas/Longhorns up 5-0 B4
Michigan def by Washington 12-4
Oregon vs Wisconsin: Wisconsin leads 3-2 T7
Missouri vs Illinois-Chicago/UIC wins 5-4
Montana vs Fresno State/ UM leads 4-0 B4
Cal State Fullerton def Lehigh 10-5
New Mexico St def by St Francis PA 8-4
North Dakota vs Oklahoma at 130pm
— Friday’s game was suspended with ND leading 2-0
— The winner will face Tulsa at 930.  The Loser will play Arkansas
— ay 8pm in an elimination game>
North Dakota State defeated defending national champion Oklahoma 3-2 (9).
North Dakota State vs Tulsa/tied 0-0 B3/Tulsa wins 2-1
Oklahoma leads Arkansas 5-3 B6/wins 5-3 in 7th with two on base
Notre Dame vs East Texas State: Irish lead 5-3 after 5
Notre Dame vs California
Arizona leads South Carolina 1-0 B4
McNeese leads Fairfield 6=2 T5

 

5-11-2017 Thursday Division 1 Softball

NCAA DIVISION ONE SOFTBALL
may 11 2017

 

TOP 25

RANK SCHOOL POINTS RECORD PREVIOUS  
1 Florida (22) 782 50-5 1
2 Minnesota (5) 754 51-3 4
3 Oregon (5) 744 44-6 5
4 Florida State 694 48-6-1 2
5 Arizona 671 48-7 3
6 Oklahoma 645 47-8 6
7 Auburn 570 45-9 9
8 Washington 564 40-11 7
9 Tennessee 547 44-9 11
10 UCLA 529 39-13 12
11 Texas A&M 505 42-9 8
12 James Madison 440 47-6 13
13 Utah 414 33-11 10
14 Louisiana 373 42-6 15
15 Alabama 337 40-15 14
16 Baylor 306 41-11 17
17 Michigan 275 41-10-1 19
18 Kentucky 253 35-16 16
19 Ole Miss 232 36-18 21
20 BYU 213 40-10 20
21 LSU 198 38-17 18
22 Arizona State 113 30-17 22
23 Marshall 74 40-8 23
24 South Carolina 50 32-22 RV
25 Georgia 30 33-21 RV

Receiving votes: Mississippi State (23), Florida International (17), Arkansas (14), Tulsa (12), Missouri (6), Saint Francis (Pa.) (6), Ohio State (4), USC Upstate (2), California (1), Illinois (1), Northern Iowa (1).

 

MAY 11 SCORES
Top 25
Alabama 2,TAMU 1 final
Mississippi upsets Florida 2-0
kentucky def by Auburn 2-0
W Kentucky vs Marshall
Oregon vs Stanford
LSU vs Tennessee
Washington vs Utah
Florida State 16, Virginia 0 final
Louisiaba Lafayette 6, South Alabama 0 final

RECAPS

The No. 1 seed will not advance past their first game for the first time in the 20-year history of the SEC Softball Tournament. No. 8 seed Ole Miss beat No. 1 seed Florida 2-0 in the quarterfinals, breaking a 29.2 inning scoring drought against the Gators in the process.

The last time the Rebels scored against Florida was in the 7th inning of a 4-2 loss on April 10, 2016. With the win the Rebels break a nine-game losing streak and notch just their second win in the last 21 games against the Gators.

Ole Miss took advantage of an uncharacteristic error by the Gators in the first inning. Third baseman Aleshia Ocasio bobbled the ball attempting to scoop a Kylan Becker grounder. With Elantra Cox in scoring position, Delanie Gourley retired the next two batters before Ole Miss freshman Dylinn Stancil hit a 2 RBI double to right field.

Alabama freshman Bailey Hemphill launched a go-ahead solo home run in the top of the 10th to beat No. 4 seed Texas A&M 2-1 in the quarterfinals of the 2017 SEC Softball Tournament.Alabama pitcher Alexis Osorio said Hemphill called the hit before it even happened.”She came over to me when we were getting water together and she told me she was going to get a hit for me,” said Osorio. “I’m just so happy for her.”

Hemphill said she just wanted to do her part to support her hard-working pitcher.

“Alexis had been pitching her butt off this whole game,” said Hemphill. “So I said, ‘I’m going to do something for you. I’m going to get you a hit.’ I didn’t expect it to be a home run. I was just looking for a base hit and it turned out, lucked out to be a home run.”

This was Hemphill’s second HR in as many games in the SEC Tournament and her eighth on the season.

Osorio (21-7) held the Aggies to just two hits over ten innings, striking out 15 batters, the single-game record in SEC Tournament history. Osorio also became the fifth pitcher in Alabama history to eclipse the 300-plus single-season strikeout mark.

“I think my main goal for this game was to attack the strike zone,” said Osorio. “I know I have been struggling this season with walking people but my main goal was to attack the strike zone and get ahead of the batters.”

Texas A&M is 0-4 in SEC Tournament history since joining the league in 2012.

Texas A&M and Alabama entered the quarterfinals with two of the strongest defenses in the SEC. Both teams ranked in the top five in runs and hits allowed, ERA and fielding percentage during the regular season.

Alabama’s two flashes of offense, a Marisa Runyon RBI single in the third and Hemphill’s solo home run was just enough to get past the Aggies. Outside of those two plays, Texas A&M’s defense did its job, holding the Tide hitless over a six-inning stretch, from the fourth through the ninth.

This was the sixth SEC Tournament game to go 10 innings, tying the record for longest game by innings.

UP NEXT: Alabama will play No. 8 seed Ole Miss in the semifinals. The first pitch is scheduled this Friday at 3 pm ET on ESPNU.

No. 2 seed Auburn eliminated No. 7 seed Kentucky from the SEC Softball Tournament, shutting out the Wildcats 2-0, sending the Tigers to the semifinals for the third consecutive year.

Kendall Veach accounted for the only scoring play in the contest, launching a two-run home run over the right-center wall in the bottom of the sixth inning. This was Veach’s 12th HR on the season, tied for third most in the SEC.

“We only got three hits,” said head coach Clint Myers. “We got to do a lot better job if we’re going to make history. We won, that’s the bottom line. That’s one thing about this team, they figure out ways to win. It’s a different hero each night, tonight it was Kendall Veach.”

Auburn RHP Kaylee Carlson (26-3) pitched a complete-game shutout, her sixth of the year. Carlson’s 26 wins leads all SEC pitchers.

“She’s just a tough kid, very smart,” Myers said. “She’s a competitor, she loves to win and if you ask her what’s fun, she’ll say winning is fun and that’s what you want in the circle.”

UP NEXT: Auburn will face the winner of Game 8 between No. 3 seed Tennessee and No. 6 seed LSU. The game is scheduled to start approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of Game 9 between No. 5 seed Alabama and No. 8 seed Ole Miss on ESPNU.

South Dakota 10, IUPUI 10 in progress
UMKC 10, CSU Bakersfield 6 in progress
Boston College 5, Notre Dame  3 B6″
Penn State 4, Nebraska 0 in progress
Georgia State 2, Texas State 2
Central Michigan vs Ball State delayed
Bethune Cookman 1, Morgan State 0in progress
Maine 2, Harford 1 n progress
Stony Brook 7, Hartford 2
North Carolina A&T 0, Delaware State 0
Sacramento State 3, Idaho State 2 in progress
Manhattan 3, Sienna 2 in progress
North Carolina 5, Charleston 0 in progress
Longwood 3, Canpbell 0 in progress
Boston U 2, Army 0 in progress
Drake 1, Missouri State 0 in progress
Sacred Heart 1, Wagner 0 in progress
East Tennessee 1, Chattanooga 0 in progress
Jacksonville vs Lipscomb delayed
Western Kentucky vs Matshall in progress
Wright State vs Illinois State in progress

W Illinois 4, N Dakota 3
Seattle 4, Utah Valley 3
Louisiana Mo vs South Alabama
E Illinois 2,Jacksonville State 4
W Michigan vs Kent State
Alabama State vs Texas Southern
Nicholls State vs McNeese State
Indiana 5 Michigan State 4
Iona vs Marist
Southern Utah 0 Weber State 1 in progress
North Carolina vs Louisville
Oregon State vs California
Louisiana Tech vs FIU
UNC Greensboro v Western Carolina
Valparaiso vs Youngstown S
N Illinois vs Ohio
Texas Arlingtonvs Georgia State
Southern vs Alabama A&M
Iowa vs Wisconsin
Belmont vs Murray State
Syracuse vs North Carolina
UCLA vs Arizona State
Akron vs Miami OH
Fairfield 3,  Siena 0 final
Memphis 7, South Florida 0 final
Prairie View A&M 5, Miss Valley State 3 final
Western Carolina 4, Furman 3 final
Kennesaw State 2, North Florida 0 final
Florida A&M 6, Coppin State 0  final
St Louis vs Fordham postponed
Hampton 4, NC Central 0
Central Arkansas 2, Lamar 1 fnal
E Kentucky 11,Tenn Tech 2 final
Northwestern 6,Purdue 1 final
Monmouth 2, Iona 1
Southern Utah 7, North Dakota 6 final
Loyola IL 6, Evansville 1
Liberty 11, Charleston Southern 3 final
Lehigh 9, Holy Cross 1 final
St Francis 4, Robert Morris 3 final
Houston 6, East Carolina 0 final
Mercer 3, UNC Greensboro 0 final
St Joseph’s vs U Mass postponed
USC Upstate 3, Florida Gulf Coast 0 final
Ark Pine Bluff 11, Alcorn State 5 final
Detroit 4, Oakland 1 final
IUPUI 11, South Dakota 10 final
CSU Bakersfield 11, UMKC 10 final
Penn State 5, Nebraska 0 final
Texas State 5, Georgia State 2 final
Bethune Cookman 8, Morgan State 0 final
Northwestern 4, Sam Houston 1 final
Main 8, Hartford 1 final
SIUE Edwardsville 2, UT Martin 1 final
Idaho State 10, Sacramento State 3 final
Albany 4, Binghamton 3 final

 

 

 

5-9-2017 Florida Maintains Lead in NFCA Poll

Florida continues at No. 1; Minnesota, Oregon enter top three in USA Today/NFCA Division I Coaches Poll

 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Florida continued its hold on the No. 1 ranking, while a streaking Minnesota and an Oregon squad, who swept then-No. 2 Florida State, jumped into the top three in this week’s USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll.

The 2017 USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches, one representing each conference.  Records reflect games played through May 7.

2017 USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll
Week 13 – May 9, 2017

 

Rank

Team

Totals

2017 Record

Last Poll

1

Florida (22)

782

50-5

1

2

Minnesota (5)

754

51-3

4

3

Oregon (5)

744

44-6

5

4

Florida State

694

48-6-1

2

5

Arizona

671

48-7

3

6

Oklahoma

645

47-8

6

7

Auburn

570

45-9

9

8

Washington

564

40-11

7

9

Tennessee

547

44-9

11

10

UCLA

529

39-13

12

11

Texas A&M

505

42-9

8

12

James Madison

440

47-6

13

13

Utah

414

33-11

10

14

Louisiana

373

42-6

15

15

Alabama

337

40-15

14

16

Baylor

306

41-11

17

17

Michigan

275

41-10-1

19

18

Kentucky

253

35-16

16

19

Ole Miss

232

36-18

21

20

BYU

213

40-10

20

21

LSU

198

38-17

18

22

Arizona State

113

30-17

22

23

Marshall

74

40-8

23

24

South Carolina

50

32-22

RV

25

Georgia

30

33-21

RV

 

Dropped Out: No. 24 Arkansas, No. 25 Tulsa

New to Poll: No. 24 South Carolina, No. 25 Georgia

 

Receiving Votes: Mississippi State (23), Florida International (17), Arkansas (14), Tulsa (12), Missouri (6), Saint Francis (Pa.) (6), Ohio State (4), USC Upstate (2), California (1), Illinois (1), Northern Iowa (1).

5-2-2017 Top Four Remain Atop NFCA Poll

ESPN.com/USA Softball Collegiate Top 25

2017 Season – Week 12 – May 2, 2017

Click here to download the Week 12 Top 25 Poll

Rank Team Record* Points Previous Ranking
1. Florida (13) 46-4 489 1
2. Florida State (4) 47-3-1 476 3
3. Arizona 47-5 462 2
4. Minnesota (3) 48-3 444 5
5. Oregon 41-6 406 6
6. Texas A&M 41-7 384 4
7. Oklahoma 44-8 381 7
8. Washington 37-10 361 9
9. Tennessee 42-8 354 8
10. Auburn 43-8 330 10
11. Utah 30-9 295 11
12. UCLA 37-12 273 12
13. Baylor 39-10 237 13
14. James Madison 44-6 223 15
15. Alabama 39-12 214 14
16. Louisiana 39-6 212 16
17. Michigan 37-10-1 176 17
18. Kentucky 34-14 175 19
19. LSU 37-15 147 18
20. BYU 36-10 116 20
21. Ole Miss 33-17 103 21
22. Illinois 35-12 71 22
23. Arizona State 28-16 50 23
24. Tulsa 36-13 36 RV
25. Marshall 38-7 14 RV

*Records reflect play through Sunday, April 30, 2017.

Parenthesis denotes first place votes.

Dropped Out: California (24), Georgia (25)
New to Poll: Tulsa (RV), Marshall (RV)