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NTCA | October 2, 2014

Huskers lead preseason coaches poll

liz-kulkhin-1002.jpg Senior Liz Kuhlkin will lead the Huskers this season.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Nebraska is the National Ten Pin Coaches Association’s choice as the NCAA’s No. 1 bowling team heading into the 2014-15 season.

The Huskers, who finished as national runner-up last spring, had 11 of the 23 first-place votes and 664 points to poll ahead of second-place Arkansas State, which garnered four first-place votes and 613 points.

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Defending NCAA champion Sam Houston State was third with seven first-place ballots (572 points), followed by Vanderbilt, which had the remaining first-place vote and 542 points.

Perennial power program Maryland-Eastern Shore is fifth (524). Central Missouri is sixth (456) and Fairleigh Dickinson is seventh (444). Wisconsin-Whitewater (360), Stephen F. Austin (315) and St. Francis (Pa.) (272) round out the top 10.

The next five schools are Sacred Heart (182), Kutztown (176), North Carolina A&T (161), LIU-Brooklyn (134), and Valparaiso (121).

Rounding out the final five teams in the poll are Mckendree (110), Saint Francis (N.Y.) (65), Alabama State (46), Delaware State (43), and Monmouth (29).

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