NEW ORLEANS - The University of Colorado men's cross country team dropped one spot in this weeks' USTFCCCA Coaches Poll to sixth-place. The women also moved down one position to 17th.
CU's men recorded 293 points in the poll and were just five points from Portland's fifth-place total (298). The women recorded 162 points. Neither of CU's teams has competed since the time trial on Sept. 1.
Wisconsin continues to be the top team in the men's poll; picking up 357 points in the poll as well as 10 of the 12 first-place votes. Oklahoma State (346) remained the second place team followed by BYU (341) and Oklahoma (310).
The women's side also didn't see any change on top with Washington taking 357 points and 10 first-place votes. Florida State moved into the second place position (341 points), moving Oregon down to third (336). Georgetown (330) and Iowa State (301) rounded out the top-five of the poll.
Both of CU's men's and women's programs are also ranked third in the Mountain region.
The Buffs are off until September 29 when they host the 27th Annual Rocky Mountain Shootout.