Washington Repeats As Unanimous No. 1

February 16, 2010

On the strength of a 5-0 opening weekend record, Washington received all 30 first place votes for the second-consecutive week to lead the first USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Poll of the 2010 regular season.  Fellow unbeaten Arizona jumped four spots to claim the No. 2 position in the poll, while Florida, Michigan and Arizona St. rounded out the top five, respectively.

DePaul was the only team to fall out of the poll this week dropping from No. 21, while Texas was the only addition and joined the fray at No. 20.

The USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 poll is voted on by NCAA Division I head coaches, one representing each conference. 2010 records are shown, first-place votes are in parentheses.

The next USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 poll will be released on Tuesday, Feb. 23.

RANK TEAM Record TOTALS Last Poll
1 Washington (30) 5-0 750 1
2 Arizona 6-0 689 6
3 Florida 3-1 645 3
4 Michigan 2-1 635 4
5 Arizona St. 5-1 613 5
6 Missouri 2-1 600 9
7 UCLA 3-1 579 8
8 Georgia 3-1 546 7
9 Alabama 1-2 486 2
10 Georgia Tech 4-0 477 13
11 Stanford 4-1 450 10
12 California 4-1 410 12
13 Oklahoma 2-1 399 11
14 Ohio St. 4-1 369 14
15 Louisville 4-1 301 22
16 Louisiana-Lafayette 5-0 226 24
17 Fresno St. 6-0 210 25
18 Massachusetts 4-1 198 20
19 LSU 2-3 182 18
20 Texas 5-0 173 RV
21 Northwestern 2-3 159 15
22 Tennessee 1-2 152 16
23 Florida St. 4-1 134 23
24 North Carolina 2-3 104 19
25 Baylor 2-3 84 17

Others Receiving Votes:

DePaul 40, Texas A&M 26, Hawaii 23, Kentucky 14, BYU 13, Oklahoma St. 12, Southern Mississippi 10, Nevada 9, New Mexico St. 7, Illinois 6, Mississippi St. 6, Jacksonville St. 5, Central Florida 4, San Diego St. 2, Cal Poly 1, Creighton 1

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