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Oregon Finishes Fall Atop Division I GCAA Coaches Poll 

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NORMAN, Okla. – Oregon has ascended to the No. 1 ranking in the GCAA Coaches Poll after finishing first outright or tied for first in all four of its fall tournaments. The Ducks received 12 first-place votes to supplant former Illinois from the top spot.

The second-ranked Illini tallied nine-first place ballots and is followed by Florida State, who received the remaining first-place vote. UCLA and Texas round out the top five.

Kennesaw State, who failed to receive a vote in the preseason, debuts in the ranking at No. 24 while Oklahoma State re-entered the ranking in the 25th spot. Georgia and SMU fell out of the top 25.

NCAA Division I - 11/14/14

Rank University (First Place Votes) Points Previous Rank
1 Oregon (12) 539 3
2 Illinois (9) 531 1
3 Florida State (1) 510 2
4 UCLA 456 6
5 Texas 431 4
6 Vanderbilt 412 7
7 Baylor 390 5
8 Louisiana State 383 9
9 Georgia Tech 373 11
10 Wake Forest 369 10
11 Auburn 324 12
12 Virginia 279 13
13 South Carolina 278 15
14 Southern California 246 22
15 Stanford 245 14
16 Alabama 230 16
T17 North Carolina 217 23
T17 Texas Tech 217 8
19 Oklahoma 149 24
20 Washington 136 19
21 California 110 T20
22 New Mexico 97 17
23 South Florida 52 18
24 Kennesaw State 50 NR
25 Oklahoma State 38 NR
       
Dropped From Ranking:   Georgia (#25), SMU (#T20)    
       
Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State, 15; North Florida, 14; Virginia Tech, 14; Georgia, 8; San Diego State, 7; Houston, 5; Winthrop, 5; Arkansas, 1; Clemson, 1; East Tennessee State, 1.
 
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