Category Archives: Coaches Polls

Week 9 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 9 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Mar 07, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (380 points), Stanford (354 points), Ohio State (342 points), Minnesota (323 points), and Illinois (310 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (380 points) (19 first place votes)
2 Stanford (354 points)
3 Ohio State (342 points)
4 Minnesota (323 points)
5 Illinois (310 points)
6 Iowa (264 points)
7 Nebraska (258 points)
8 Penn State (254 points)
9 California (241 points)
10 Michigan (205 points)
11 Air Force (203 points)
12 Navy (163 points)
13 Army (158 points)
14 William & Mary (131 points)
15 Arizona State (111 points)
16 Springfield College (99 points)
17 Temple (69 points)
18 UIC (55 points)
19 Washington (50 points)
20 SC United (20 points)

Week 7 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 7 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Feb 22, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (298 points), Stanford (286 points), Ohio State (268 points), Minnesota (256 points), and Illinois (237 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (298 points) (14 first place votes)
2 Stanford (286 points) (1 first place votes)
3 Ohio State (268 points)
4 Minnesota (256 points)
5 Illinois (237 points)
6 Iowa (215 points)
7 Nebraska (202 points)
8 Penn State (199 points)
9 California (190 points)
10 Michigan (174 points)
11 Air Force (150 points)
12 Navy (134 points)
13 Army (121 points)
14 William & Mary (103 points)
15 Arizona State (88 points)
16 Springfield College (77 points)
17 Temple (58 points)
18 UIC (46 points)
19 Washington (32 points)
20 SC United (16 points)

Week 6 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 6 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Feb 15, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (300 points), Stanford (283 points), Ohio State (270 points), Minnesota (256 points), and Illinois (239 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (300 points) (15 first place votes)
2 Stanford (283 points)
3 Ohio State (270 points)
4 Minnesota (256 points)
5 Illinois (239 points)
6 Iowa (211 points)
7 Nebraska (202 points)
8 Penn State (199 points)
9 California (197 points)
10 Michigan (167 points)
11 Air Force (151 points)
12 Navy (133 points)
13 Army (122 points)
14 William & Mary (104 points)
15 Arizona State (84 points)
16 Springfield College (81 points)
17 Temple (58 points)
18 UIC (42 points)
19 Washington (35 points)
20 SC United (16 points)

Week 5 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 5 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Feb 8, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (375 points), Stanford (366 points), Minnesota (323 points), Ohio State (319 points), and Illinois (310 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (375 points) (14 first place votes)
2 Stanford (366 points) (5 first place votes)
3 Minnesota (323 points)
4 Ohio State (319 points)
5 Illinois (310 points)
6 Iowa (262 points)
7 California (258 points)
8 Nebraska (252 points)
9 Penn State (237 points)
10 Michigan (225 points)
11 Air Force (193 points)
12 Navy (170 points)
13 Army (156 points)
14 William & Mary (120 points)
15 Arizona State (107 points)
16 Springfield College (96 points)
17 Temple (71 points)
18 UIC (64 points)
19 Washington (47 points)
20 SC United (39 points)

Week 4 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 4 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Jan 25, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (379 points), Stanford (361 points), Ohio State (324 points), Minnesota (313 points), and Illinois (301 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (379 points) (18 first place votes)
2 Stanford (361 points) (1 first place votes)
3 Ohio State (324 points)
4 Minnesota (313 points)
5 Illinois (301 points)
6 Iowa (261 points)
7 California (255 points)
8 Penn State (253 points)
9 Nebraska (248 points)
10 Michigan (218 points)
11 Air Force (195 points)
12 Army (176 points)
13 Navy (163 points)
14 William & Mary (112 points)
15 Arizona State (110 points)
16 Springfield College (95 points)
17 Temple (68 points)
18 UIC (66 points)
19 Washington (51 points)
20 SC United (41 points)

Week 3 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 3 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Jan 25, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (257 points), Stanford (249 points), Ohio State (229 points), Illinois (211 points), and Minnesota (206 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (257 points) (10 first place votes)
2 Stanford (249 points) (3 first place votes)
3 Ohio State (229 points)
4 Illinois (211 points)
5 Minnesota (206 points)
6 Iowa (187 points)
7 California (175 points)
8 Nebraska (172 points)
9 Michigan (154 points)
10 Air Force (153 points)
11 Penn State (151 points)
12 Army (108 points)
13 Navy (106 points)
14 Arizona State (76 points)
15(t) Springfield College (73 points)
15(t) William & Mary (73 points)
17(t) Temple (46 points)
17(t) UIC (46 points)
19 SC United (30 points)
20 Washington (28 points)

Week 2 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 2 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Jan 18, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (300 points), Stanford (284 points), Illinois (262 points), Ohio State (259 points), and California (231 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (300 points) (15 first place votes)
2 Stanford (284 points)
3 Illinois (262 points)
4 Ohio State (259 points)
5 California (231 points)
6 Minnesota (212 points)
7 Penn State (209 points)
8 Iowa (187 points)
9 Air Force (182 points)
10 Michigan (175 points)
11 Nebraska (163 points)
12 Navy (132 points)
13 Army (125 points)
14 Arizona State (90 points)
15(t) Springfield College (89 points)
15(t) William & Mary (89 points)
17 Temple (59 points)
18 UIC (46 points)
19 Washington (33 points)
20 SC United (23 points)

Week 1 National Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 1 National Coaches Poll for the 2016 season on Jan 11, 2016. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (258 points), Ohio State(236 points), Stanford (230 points), Illinois (212 points), and Michigan (203 points). See the full rankings below:

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (258 points) (11 first place votes)
2 Ohio State (236 points)
3 Stanford (230 points) (1 first place votes)
4 Illinois (212 points)
5 Michigan (203 points)
6 Penn State (185 points)
7 California (177 points)
8 Minnesota (175 points)
9 Iowa (164 points)
10 Air Force (152 points) (1 first place votes)
11 Nebraska (141 points)
12 Army (120 points)
13 Navy (100 points)
14 William & Mary (92 points)
15 Arizona State (70 points)
16 Springfield College (63 points)
17 UIC (62 points)
18 Temple (38 points)
19 Washington (28 points)
20 SC United (24 points)

2016 Preseason Coaches Poll

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Minneapolis, Mn – The College Gymnastics Association announced the results of the 2016 Preseason NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Coaches Poll and the University of Oklahoma sits atop the poll with 373 points and 14 first place votes. Oklahoma won the NCAA Team Title in 2015 in dominant fashion with an undefeated season and a healthy 7 point margin over 2015 NCAA Team Runner-Up Stanford who enters the 2016 campaign ranked 3rd with 337 points and 2 first place votes. The Ohio State Buckeyes made an impressive leap finishing the presseason polls in 2nd place with 340 points and 2 first place votes. The Buckeyes will be hosting the 2016 NCAA Championships on April 15 & 16, 2016 in Columbus, OH and they certainly hope the trend continues of the host team being crowned National Champions. Michigan hosted in 2014 and won their 6th team title while Oklahoma hosted in 2015 and came away with their 9th team title. The Buckeyes will be battling for their 4th team title in program history.

Rounding out the top 6 are 4th place Penn State (303 points), 5th place Michigan (302 points), and 6th place Illinois (285 points and 1 first place vote). Penn State is atop the list of programs with 12 National Team Titles in program history and will be in pursuit of lucky number 13. Illinois ranks second in the number of team titles with 10 and will be looking to add to that impressive list.

The 2016 NCAA Men’s Gymnastics Season gets underway on January 9, 2016 with several dual meets but the season will get into full swing the following weekend with several early season invitational/open meets on the weekend of January 16/17, 2016 including the Rocky Mountain Open held at Air Force Academy, the West Point Open held at the U.S. Military Academy, the Windy City Invitational held at Illinois-Chicago, the Cal Benefit Cup held at Cal-Berkeley, and the State Open held at William & Mary.

“This will be another great season of collegiate gymnastics culminating in the NCAA Championships being held in Columbus, OH at Ohio State University,” said CGA President and University of Minnesota head coach Mike Burns. “The level of talent and precision never fails to amaze me every year in our sport and I hope all the fans of collegiate gymnastics will make a serious effort to be on hand on Saturday, April 16, 2016 to cheer on their favorite teams and witness another incredible competition. There’s nothing like this meet anywhere in the world. The team spirit is off the charts as each gymnast is out their fighting for every tenth of a point. You won’t want to miss this year’s meet!”

Fans can follow all the action of the NCAA Men’s Gymnastics season by visiting www.roadtonationals.com where meet results and schedules can be found along with a multitude of team statistics. The CGA website is also part of Road To Nationals and that website can be found at cga.roadtonationals.com or linked directly from the Road To Nationals website.

It won’t be long before the season starts – are you ready??

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Week 12 CGA Coaches Poll

Minneapolis, MN – The College Gymnastics Association (CGA) released their official Week 12 Coaches Poll for the 2015 season on Mar 30, 2015. The poll is the result of a survey of Head Coaches from all NCAA varsity teams as well as college club teams listed with the association.

Topping out the top five were Oklahoma (260 points), Stanford (242 points), Penn State (234 points), Illinois (222 points), and Michigan (212 points). See the full rankings below:

 

Rank Team Name Points
1 Oklahoma (260 points) (13 first place votes)
2 Stanford (242 points)
3 Penn State (234 points)
4 Illinois (222 points)
5 Michigan (212 points)
6 Minnesota (191 points)
7 California (182 points)
8 Iowa (166 points)
9 Ohio State (162 points)
10 Air Force (143 points)
11 Nebraska (128 points)
12 Army (120 points)
13 Navy (102 points)
14 William & Mary (83 points)
15 UIC (68 points)
16 Springfield College (63 points)
17 Arizona State (59 points)
18 Temple (45 points)
19 SC United (20 points)
20 Washington (17 points)
Also receiving votes: Brockport ( 11 points)