RESULTS: 2010 Collegiate Post-Season Poll

Congratulations to ACF Nationals Champion Stanford University for their first place finish in the 2009-2010 Post-Season Collegiate Poll, after receiving four out of a possible nine first place votes. In second place, also with four first place votes was the University of Minnesota. Third place was taken by Chicago A. The remaining first place vote was taken by ICT Champion Harvard University. Overall, thirty-seven teams received votes off of nine ballots.

Teams marked with asterisks received votes on all nine ballots.

1.  Stanford*  (4 first place votes) 220 points

2. Minnesota A* (4 first place votes) 217 points

3.  Chicago A* 204 points

4.  Brown A* 190 points

5.  Harvard* (1 first place vote) 184 points

6. Pennsylvania* 183 points

7. Illinois A * 180 points

8. Maryland * 160 points

9. California-San Diego * 140 points

10. Virginia Commonwealth * 139 points

11. Toronto* 138 points

12. Yale* 133 points

13. Michigan* 108 points

14.  State College High School* 105 points

15. California-Irvine* 91 points

16. South Carolina* 87 points

17. Florida 76 points

18. Carnegie Mellon* 75 points

19.  Carleton College 47 points

20. Columbia 37 points

21.  Chicago B 30 points

22. Missouri 27 points

23. Clemson 22 points

24. Rice 21 points

25.  Florida State 20 points

Also receiving votes: Maggie Walker Governor’s School (16), Brown B, Virginia (15), Minnesota B (9), Liberal Arts and Sciences Academy, California-Los Angeles (8), Southside High School (7), Saint Anselm’s Abbey School (5), Swarthmore (4), McMaster (2), Michigan State, Dartmouth (1)

Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without the voters. Thanks go out to Graham Moyer, Gautam Kandlikar, Eric Mukherjee, Nalin Lalwani, Cody Voight, Adam Fine, Chris Chiego,  and Matt Weiner  for all submitting ballots. A ballot was cast by the poll coordinator, George Berry, before voter ballots were received and read.