RESULTS: 2010 Late Season/Pre-Nationals Poll

Congratulations to the University of Minnesota for their first place finish in the 2009-2010 Late-Season Collegiate Poll, after receiving six out of a possible thirteen first place votes. In second place, with three first place votes was the University of Chicago. Third place was taken by Brown A, with two  first place votes. The remaining two first place votes were taken by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Overall, forty teams received votes off of thirteen ballots.

Teams marked with asterisks received votes on all thirteen ballots.

1.  Minnesota A*  (6 first place votes) 318 points

2. Chicago A* (3 first place votes) 305 points

3.  Brown A* (2 first place votes) 301 points

4.  Illinois A* (2 first place votes) 289 points

5.  Stanford * 259 points

6. Pennsylvania* 253 points

7. Harvard * 244 points

8. Maryland * 240 points

9. California-San Diego * 211 points

10. Yale * 196 points

11. Virginia Commonwealth 180 points

12. Toronto* 179 points

13. California-Irvine 162 points

14.  Carnegie Mellon* 132 points

15. State College High School 117 points

16. South Carolina 97 points

17. Michigan 95 points

18. Florida State 76 points

19.  Missouri 73 points

20. Florida 65 points

21.  Chicago B 56 points

22. Carleton College 49 points

23. California- Los Angeles 47 points

24. Rice 43 points

25.  Brown B 37 points

Also receiving votes: Maggie Walker Governor’s School, Columbia (36), Clemson (23), Virginia (20), Liberal Arts and Science Academy High School (17), Rensselaer Polytechic Institute (14), Swarthmore (13), Saint Anselm’s Abbey School (12), Washington University-St. Louis (10), Arizona State, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5), Duke (4), Vanderbilt (3), Princeton (2), Minnesota B (1)

Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without the voters. Thanks go out to Evan Adams, Steve Bahnaman,  Carleton College, Trevor Davis, Andrew Hart, Joey Montoya, Fred Morlan, Eric Mukherjee, Dan Passner, Sinan Ulusoy, Matt Weiner, and Libo Zeng for all submitting ballots. A ballot was cast by the poll coordinator, George Berry, before voter ballots were received and read.