In the Coaches Poll, Florida State received 24 of the 30 first-place votes with Florida (two first-place votes) in second and Oregon (five first-place votes) in third. Oregon remains the only unbeaten Division 1 team in college softball at 27-0. The top five is rounded out by Auburn and Arizona.
Washington, Texas A&M, and Minnesota are the next three with none of the top 8 teams seeing a change in position. Alabama is up to 9th from 11th and garnered the last first-place vote. James Madison sits at 10th, up two spots.
Utah made the biggest move of the week going from 20th to 11th after sweeping UCLA on the road. LSU is 12th while Oklahoma is 13th, down four spots after two losses to Cal Poly. Baylor remains at fourteen and UCLA dropped five spots to 15th.
16th through 20th is occupied by Georgia, Louisiana-Lafayette, Kentucky, Michigan, and Tennessee. The Vols dropped five spots due to a series loss against Arkansas.
The final five teams are Arizona State, Wisconsin, Ole Miss, Arkansas, and Cal Poly. The Razorbacks and Mustangs are new additions to the poll replacing California and BYU. The entire Coaches Poll can be seen below.
|Rank||School (1st place votes)||Points||Record||Last Week's
|1||Florida State (24)||786||28-1-1||1|
In the ESPN.com/USA Softball Poll, Florida is number one with 10 first-place votes. Florida State sits second with three first-place votes and Oregon is third with seven first-place votes. Arizona remains at fourth and the newest member of the top five is Washington, up one position.
Auburn dropped from fifth to sixth followed by Texas A&M, Minnesota, Alabama, and James Madison. The Dukes moved up from 13th to 10th.
LSU and Oklahoma are 11th and 12th, respectively. Utah moved up from 21st to 13th on the heels of their sweep over UCLA. The top 15 is rounded out by Baylor and Georgia.
UCLA fell five spots to 16th and they are followed by Kentucky, Michigan, Tennessee (also down five spots), and Louisiana-Lafayette. The last five teams in the poll are Wisconsin, Arkansas, California, Arizona State, and North Carolina. The Tar Heels replace Ole Miss in the top 25 after the Rebels were swept by Texas A&M. The entire ESPN.com/USA Softball poll can be seen below.
|Rank||School (1st place votes)||Record||Last Week's
|2||Florida State (3)||28-1-1||2|
Below are the polls from earlier in the season.