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Huskies ranked 25th in latest AVCA Poll

The Huskies Volleyball team ranks inside Top 25 of the AVCA Division II Couches Poll for the first time in over 15 years.

The Huskies Volleyball team ranks inside Top 25 of the AVCA Division II Couches Poll for the first time in over 15 years.


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LEXINGTON, Ky. – For the first time since the 2001 season, Michigan Tech volleyball has been ranked inside the Top 25 of the AVCA Division II Coaches Poll.
The Huskies, 14-3 overall and 8-1 in the GLIAC this season, have been ranked 25th in the country with 70 points received. The Huskies have been receiving votes since the Week 3 poll released on September 3.

Michigan Tech joins Ferris State (14-3, 9-0 GLIAC) at No. 6 as the only two schools from the GLIAC to be placed inside the Top 25. The Bulldogs received 925 total points with one first place vote. Ashland (15-3, 8-1 GLIAC) received 26 votes in this week’s poll.

Cal State San Bernadino (16-1) tops the poll with 1152 total points and 28 first place votes. Following the Coyotes is Northern State (16-1) at No. 2 with 1123 total points and 15 first place votes, Concordia-St. Paul (14-3) at No. 3 with 1078 total points and one first place vote, Nebraska-Kearney (19-1) at No. 4 with 1045 total points and one first place vote, and Minnesota Duluth (14-3) at No. 5 with 945 total points.

Michigan Tech is back in action for another pair of GLIAC road games. The Huskies will take on Purdue Northwest (1-16, 0-9 GLIAC) on Friday (Oct. 5) before traveling to face Parkside (4-13, 2-7 GLIAC) on Saturday, Oct. 6.

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Huskies ranked 25th in latest AVCA Poll