Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Mid Major Top 25 for November 22, Cornell 19 Votes

Cornell finished the 2009-2010 season ranked No. 4 in the final CollegeInsider.com Coaches' Mid-Major Top 25 Poll. Below is the November 22 poll, Cornell received 19 votes.



Record

Points

Previous


1. Gonzaga (18) 2-1 743 1
2. Butler (7) 2-1 739 2
3. Old Dominion (1) 3-1 676 3
3. Wichita State (2) 1-0 653 4
5. St. Mary's (3) 4-0 625 6
6. Murray State 2-1 529 5
7. Cleveland State 5-0 515 16
8. VCU 3-0 451 14
9. Missouri State 2-2 450 7
10. George Mason 2-2 431 8
11. Wofford 2-3 373 10
12. Oakland 1-2 338 12
13. Creighton 3-1 329 13
14. Loyola (Chicago) 5-0 312 NR
15. Rider 4-1 295 NR
16. Kent State 4-1 268 NR
17. Portland 4-1 245 17
18. College of Charleston 4-2 223 19
19. Western Kentucky 3-2 198 15
20. Ohio 2-1 140 18
21. Appalachian State 2-1 139 23
22. Northern Iowa 1-2 132 9
23. North Texas 2-1 126 21
24. North Dakota State 3-1 107 25
24. South Dakota State 3-0 92 NR



OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Pacific 75, Coastal Carolina 68, Fairfield 60, UALR 60, Siena 55, Bradley 49, UC Santa Barbara 44, Morehead State 42, Vermont 41, Stephen F Austin 40, American 36, IPFW 30, Wright State 29, Sam Houston State 27, Weber State 26, Montana State 25, Akron 23, Harvard 22, Lipscomb 20, Cornell 19, VMI 16, Detroit 14, Davidson 13, Morgan State 12, Green Bay 12, Long Beach State 10, Robert Morris 10, Western Carolina 10, Texas Southern 9, East Tennessee State 8, Belmont 7, Austin Peay 6, Campbell 5, Northeastern 5, Illionis State 4, Long Island 2, Wisconsin Milwaukee 2.

* Longwood head coach Mike Gillian is the chairman of the Top 25 voting panel for the 2010-11 season.

The CollegeInsider.Com Mid-Major Top 25 is now in its twlefth season of existence. NOTE: The Mid-Major Poll is made up of teams from the following conferences: America East, Atlantic Sun, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, Colonial, Great West, Horizon, Independents, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, Mid-American, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, Southland, Southwestern, Summit, Sun Belt, West Coast.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

How does PU not get votes and we do?

Anonymous said...

Yes, I agree. This particular version does little for the credibility of CollegeInsider's Mid Major Top 25 poll.

A look at the current RPI's suggests that Princeton belongs in the Top 25, while Cornell is ~50, and Harvard is ~80. There are other big misplacements, too.

We will have to wait a couple weeks for things to sort themselves out.