RESULTS: Mid-Season College Poll

Congratulations to the University of Chicago for their first place finish in the 2009-2010 mid-season poll, after receiving nine out of a possible twenty first place votes. In second place, with four first place votes was the University of Minnesota. Third place was taken by Brown A, powered by their seven  first place votes. Overall, fifty teams received votes off of twenty ballots.

Teams marked with asterisks received votes on all twenty ballots.

1.  Chicago A*  (9 first place votes) 481 points

2. Minnesota A* (4 first place votes) 479 points

3.  Brown A* (7 first place votes) 475 points

4.  Harvard A* 434 points

5.  Illinois A* 430 points

6. Pennsylvania* 396 points

7. Maryland * 336 points

8. California-San Diego A* 314 points

9. Virginia Commonwealth * 313 points

10. Carnegie Mellon* 287 points

11. California-Irvine 248 points

12. State College High School 195 points

13.  Yale 187 points

14.  Michigan* 175 points

15. Toronto 173 points

16. Maggie L Walker Governor’s School 162 points

17. Stanford 156 points

18. Chicago B 148 points

19. (tied) Missouri and South Carolina 146 points

21.  MIT 106 points

22. Clemson 95 points

23. Carleton 69 points

24. Brown B 64 points

25.  Rice 58 points

Also receiving votes: Swarthmore (41), Columbia (41), Florida State (40), Iowa (39), UCLA (38), Princeton (36),  Vanderbilt (25), RPI (20), Georgia (18), Florida (16), Virginia (16), Berkeley (16),  Cornell (12), Washington University of St Louis (12), Harvard B (10), South Florida (7), Minnesota B (6), Lawrence (4),  Western Ontario (3), Ottawa (2), Illinois B (2), Southside High School (2), Dartmouth (2), North Carolina (1), Caltech (1)

Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without the voters. Thanks go out to Zach Foster, Mike Bentley, Matt Weiner, Evan Adams, Matt Bollinger, Graham Moyer, Andrew Hart, Joey Montoya, Andy Watkins, Mike Cheyne, Auroni Gupta, Trygve Meade, Dallin Kelson, Charles Hang, Gautam Kandlikar, Chris Lionel, Chris Greenwood, Mehdi Razvi, and Eric Douglass for all submitting ballots.