NCAA KOLAS Projections | November 9th

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Here is where the top teams stand via the NCAA at-large points system heading into regionals weekend. Our projections are based off of current points earned through November 9th and for the sake of projections we predicted the regional finishes based off our FloXC rankings. Be sure to tune in LIVE on November 15th for the KOLAS LIVE: Selection Show.

11.09.19 | MEN'S KOLAS PROJECTIONS:

ORDERTEAMREGPOINTS
-Syracuse#1 NEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Penn#1 MAAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Virginia#1 SEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Wisconsin#1 GLAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Iowa State#1 MWAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Texas#1 SCAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Northern Arizona#1 MTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Stanford#1 WTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Ole Miss#1 SOAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Iona#2 NEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Villanova#2 MAAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Virginia Tech#2 SEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Indiana#2 GLAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Oklahoma State#2 MWAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Arkansas#2 SCAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Colorado#2 MTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Oregon#2 WTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Middle Tennessee#2 SOAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
#19BYU#3 MT9 Wins (TEX, NOVA, COLO, IONA, MISS, VT, NOVA, OKST, ARK)
#20Tulsa#3 MW6 Wins (ISU, IND, WIS, ORE, UVA, SYR)
#21Notre Dame#3 GL6 Wins (IND, WIS, UVA, SYR, VT, UVA)
#22Purdue#4 GL9 Wins (ND, IND, WIS, IND, WIS, ORE, ND, UVA, SYR)
#23Portland#3 WT6 Wins (TEX, NOVA, ORE, ND, UVA, SYR)
#24UCLA#4 WT10 Wins (TEX, NOVA, PUR, IND, WIS, POR, ORE, ND, UVA, SYR)
#25Washington#5 WT7 Wins (PENN, ARK, MISS, VT, NOVA, OKST, ARK)
#26Michigan#5 GL5 Wins (WIS, ND, UVA, SYR, PUR)
#27Boise State#6 WT5 Wins (TEX, NOVA, ND, UVA, SYR)
#28Utah State#4 MT5 Wins (PENN, ND, UVA, SYR, BSU)
#29Alabama#3 SO1 Wins (ARK) *PUSHED IN
#30Florida State#4 SO4 Wins (VT, NOVA, OKST, ARK)
#31Stony Brook#3 NE3 Wins (WASH, PENN, ARK)

First Team Out: Harvard Crimson

FloXC Ranked Teams Not In: #22 Wyoming

11.09.19 | WOMEN'S KOLAS PROJECTIONS:

ORDERTEAMREGPOINTS
-Syracuse#1 NEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Villanova#1 MAAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-N.C. State#1 SEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Michigan State#1 GLAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Illinois#1 MWAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Arkansas#1 SCAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-BYU#1 MTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Stanford#1 WTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Florida State#1 SOAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Columbia#2 NEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Penn State#2 MAAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Furman#2 SEAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Wisconsin#2 GLAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Oklahoma State#2 MWAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Texas#2 SCAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-New Mexico#2 MTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Washington#2 WTAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
-Middle Tennessee#2 SOAuto Qualifier (Top-2 Finish)
#19Colorado#3 MT8 Wins (FSU, NCST, WASH, WIS, UNM, FSU, ILL, OKST)
#20Utah#4 MT10 Wins (COLO, FSU, NCST, WASH, WIS, UNM, CLMB, NOVA, SYR, COLO)
#21Michigan#3 GL8 Wins (ILL, ILL, PSU, FSU, ILL, OKST, PSU, ILL)
#22Air Force#5 MT8 Wins (FUR, TEX, UNM, FUR, UTAH, CLMB, NOVA, SYR)
#23Northern Arizona#6 MT8 Wins (ILL, AFA, UNM, FUR, UTAH, CLMB, NOVA, SYR)
#24Oregon#3 WT5 Wins (FUR, TEX, CLMB, NOVA, SYR)
#25Boise State#4 WT12 Wins (AFA, ORE, FUR, TEX, AFA, UNM, FUR, UTAH, ORE, CLMB, NOVA, SYR)
#26Notre Dame#4 GL5 Wins (ORE, CLMB, NOVA, SYR, SYR)
#27Indiana#5 GL4 Wins (MTST, CLMB, NOVA, SYR)
#28Ohio State#6 GL10 Wins (IND, MTST, PSU, ORE, IND, CLMB, NOVA, SYR, ILL, IND)
#29Minnesota#3 MW5 Wins (IND, CLMB, NOVA, SYR, IND)
#30Ole Miss#3 SO5 Wins (OSU, IND, MTST, IND, OKST)
#31Virginia Tech#3 SE3 Wins (MISS, OKST, SYR)

First Team Out: Georgetown Hoyas

FloXC Ranked Teams Not In: None

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