LEXINGTON, Ky. – Michigan Tech has been ranked 25th in the latest AVCA Division II Coaches Poll, keeping the same ranking from last week.
The Huskies, 16-3 overall and 10-1 in the GLIAC after wins against Purdue Northwest and Parkside, kept their No. 25 ranking from last week with 70 points, the same amount they received in the previous week's poll.
Cal State San Bernardino (18-1) maintained their No. 1 ranking with 1170 total points and 35 out of 47 first-place votes. Northern State (18-1) also maintained their No. 2 ranking from last week, while Nebraska-Kearney (22-1) and Concordia-St. Paul (16-4) switched spots in the top five from last week, with Nebraska-Kearney moving up to third and Concordia-St. Paul dropping to fourth. Ferris State (16-3) enters the top five with 962 total points and one first-place vote.
Michigan Tech and Ferris State are the lone schools inside the Top 25 representing the GLIAC. The Huskies rank 72 points behind No. 24 Cal Poly Pomona (16-3) and 18 points ahead of Barry (17-2) in this week's poll.
Michigan Tech opens against Truman State (16-4) at the 2018 Midwest Regional Crossover in Indianapolis, Indiana on Friday (Oct. 12). The Huskies will also take on Tiffin (15-5) on Friday, and No. 10 Rockhurst (20-2) on Saturday (Oct. 13).