Brigham Young, Concordia-Irvine still 1 and 2 in MCLA Division I coaches poll

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Brigham Young, Concordia-Irvine still 1 and 2 in MCLA Division I coaches poll

ATLANTIS — For the fourth week in a row, Brigham Young and Concordia-Irvine hold the top spots in the New Balance MCLA Division I Weekly Coaches Poll.

The Cougars (11-0) are still comfortably seated in the big chair, gobbling up 26 of the 27 first-place votes cast this week. The Eagles (10-1) are 27 points ahead of the third-place team, with their only loss to BYU by one goal.

Liberty (10-1) earns a spot at No. 3 and clinched the remaining vote for first place. Florida (12-1) also moved up to fourth. After its big victory over Clemson (11-2) on Sunday, Virginia Tech (9-1) jumps three places to No. 5, 12 points ahead of the Tigers.

Florida State (5-6) dropped out of the ballot this week to make way for UC Santa Barbara (5-5). The Gauchos overthrew No. 12 Santa Clara (6-3) to take the plunge.

NEW MCLA BALANCE
DIVISION I COACHES SURVEY

Rank

Crew [FPV]

Points

1

Brigham Young [26]

674

2

Concordia-Irvine

642

3

Freedom [1]

615

4

Florida

556

5

Virginia Tech

551

6

Clemson

539

seven

California

502

8

Georgia Technology

499

9

Minnesota

493

ten

Caroline from the south

428

11

Arizona State

360

12

Santa Clara

339

13

Arizona

331

14

USC

330

15

Northeast

279

16

Boston College

274

17

state of colorado

215

18

Chapman

209

19

Texas

195

20

Grand Canyon

191

21

Utah Valley

127

22

Auburn

86

23

UC Santa Barbara

80

24

Georgia

59

25

Colorado

45

Others receiving votes: Dominican (44), Florida State (27), North Carolina State (18), Michigan State (14), Cal Poly (12), James Madison (11), New Hampshire (8), Texas A&M (7 ), Texas Christian (6).

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