KANSAS CITY, Mo. – British Columbia is the top-ranked squad of the 2014 NAIA Women's Cross Country Coaches' Top 25 Poll for the sixth unveiling in-a-row, the national office announced Wednesday. The Thunderbirds garnered 591 points and 20-of-21 first-place votes on their way to No. 1
The defending national champions continue to be selfish with the No. 1 position in the polls, a position the team has held since Sept. 24. The team is one week closer to carrying the ranking through the end of the season just as it did in 2013.
The University of British Columbia fell one spot to No. 7, while California State-San Marcos remained at No. 10 in the top 10 this week in the NAIA Men's Cross Country Coaches' Top 25 Poll release Wednesday.
UBC and CSUSM are the only two A.I.I. Conference schools listed in the poll. UBC earned 477 points in the latest voting and fell from No. 6 to No. 7, while CSUSM remained at No. 10 with 425 points.