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LWC Volleyball holds No. 10 in national poll

Blue Raiders play at No. 16 Georgetown tonight

COLUMBIA, KY The Lindsey Wilson volleyball team earned 422 total voting points to maintain its No. 10 ranking in the newest Tachikara-NAIA Volleyball Coaches' Top 25 Poll, as released by the national office on Tuesday.

The Blue Raiders (26-2, 10-0 Mid-South Conference) sit 13 voting points behind No. 9 Midland (NE) (435) in the latest rankings.

Atop the national poll unanimously for the fifth-consecutive week is Rocky Mountain (MT), which collected 622 voting points total as well as all 22 first-place votes.

Undefeated Park (MO) is in second with 602 total voting points, while Concordia (CA) (575), Biola (CA) (569) and Texas at Brownsville (539) wrap up the final top-five teams in this week's rankings.

This story was posted on 2014-10-29 06:21:35
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