LEXINGTON, Ky. (WLUC) – The Michigan Tech volleyball team dropped one spot in the latest AVCA Division II Coaches Top 25 Poll, ranking 25th in the country.
The Huskies were ranked 25th in this week's poll following wins over Lake Superior State and Saginaw Valley State, standing 20-4 overall and 12-1 in the GLIAC. Michigan Tech received 135 points in this week's poll, placing them 31 points behind No. 24 Barry (23-2) and 52 points Colorado School of Mines (20-3), who is the highest-placed team receiving votes.
There was another change at the top of the poll. Concordia-St. Paul (21-4) is the new No. 1, receiving 1,146 points and 28 out of 48 first-place votes. Western Washington (19-3) stands second with 1,091 points and seven first-place votes, while Cal State San Bernardino (20-2) ranks third with 1,071 points and four first-place votes, Tampa (23-1) ranks fourth with 1,028 points and three first-place votes, and Northern State (22-2) ranks fifth with 962 points and one first-place vote.
Joining Michigan Tech from the GLIAC in this week's poll is Ferris State (19-4) at No. 10 with 762 points and Ashland (20-5) receiving votes with 24 points. For the complete rankings, click here.
Michigan Tech hosts Northern Michigan on Friday (Oct. 26) at 7 p.m. The teams last met on September 11 in Marquette, Michigan with the Huskies winning 3-1 over the Wildcats.