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Friday, October 24, 2014





NAIA COACHES' TEAM POLL

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Bowling Coaches Association has issued Coaches' Team Polls dating back to the 2010-2011 season. Two Coaches' team polls were released that season, one in December 2010 and a second one in February 2011. No polling was conducted during 2011-2012. After that one year hiatus, the NAIA Bowling Coaches Association resumed polling its members with plans to issue three Coaches' Team Polls during the upcoming season.

We have now added an online archive of ALL past NAIA men's and women's Coaches' Team Polls. The online archive includes the lists of the ranked teams, as well as those teams unranked but receiving votes.

Each of the links below will take you to the selected NAIA Coaches' Team Poll for the specific season. From there, any other men's and women's NAIA Coaches' Team Polls released that season are accessible from navigation links on the top left side of the poll page.


MEN

SEASON

WOMEN

Poll 1 Poll 2 Poll 3 -- --

2013-2014

Poll 1 Poll 2 Poll 3 -- --
Poll 1 Poll 2 Poll 3 -- --

2012-2013

Poll 1 Poll 2 Poll 3 -- --
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2011-2012

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Poll 1 Poll 2 -- -- -- 2010-2011 Poll 1 Poll 2 -- -- --

 

Each member institution in the NAIA Bowling Coaches' Association gets to cast one ballot for the men's teams and one for the women's teams. Each ballot ranks teams from 1 to 10 and points are assigned to each team based on the order they appear on each ballot. A first place vote is worth 10 points, a second place vote 9 points, a third place vote 8 points, down to a tenth place vote being worth 1 point.

The final ranking is determined by the total number of points each team receives. Those teams receiving one or more votes, but not ranked in the top 10 are listed alphabetically in the unranked list.