There wasn't a lot of movement in this week's WCLA Division I coaches poll, released Wednesday, primarily because there wasn't a lot of action on the field involving ranked teams.

The top three in the poll remained unchanged, with No. 1 UCLA (8-1), No. 2 Pittsburgh (4-0) and No. 3 Santa Clara (7-2). The top-ranked Bruins, who received seven of the eight first place votes, were one of the few ranked teams to play, defeating Chico State, 21-6.

The biggest mover was No. 4 BYU, which jumped five spots this week after defeating previous No. 4 Colorado State, 9-8 in overtime. The Cougars remain undefeated with a 5-0 record.

The only other team with significant movement this week was No. 10 Colorado (4-2), which moved up two spots following decisive wins over Northern Colorado and Colorado School of Mines. The road gets tougher for the Buffaloes later this month with games against No. 5 Michigan and No. 6 Georgia.

It appears to be another quiet week ahead for ranked teams before the schedule gets busy again near the end of March.

WCLA Division 1 National Top 20

 

March 15, 2017

Record

Points

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1 UCLA 8-1 159 1
2 Pittsburgh 4-0 152 2
3 Santa Clara 7-2 141 3
4 Brigham Young 5-0 121 9
5 Michigan Club 1-0 117 6
6 Georgia 5-1 112 5
7 Colorado State 2-2 128 4
8 San Diego State Club 7-2 95 7
9 Texas 6-1 94 7
10 Colorado Club 4-2 84 12
11 Cal Poly 4-4 74 10
12 Central Florida 5-0 72 11
13 North Carolina Club 3-1 69 13
14 James Madison Club 2-1 65 14
15 Delaware Club 4-0 62 15
16 Virginia Club 1-1 40 16
17 Ohio State Club 3-0 35 19
18 Virginia Tech Club 2-1 30 18
19 Duke 2-2 26 17
20 Arizona State 3-1 9 NR

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