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U of M Bisons volleyball team ranked 2nd heading into season

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The University of Manitoba Bisons men's volleyball team has been ranked No. 2 in the Canada West pre-season coaches poll. Among the 12 coaches, the Canadian Interuniversity Sport champion Trinity Western Spartans were selected No. 1 followed by Manitoba at No. 2 and the Alberta Golden Bears third.

The Brandon Bobcats were ranked No. 4 with the Winnipeg Wesmen ranked ninth.

The full list of ranking is below with the number of first-place coaches' votes in parentheses.

The regular season is scheduled to open on Thursday.

1. TWU (8)
2. Manitoba (3)
3. Alberta (1)
4. Brandon
5. Saskatchewan
6. UBC
7. Calgary
8. UBC Okanagan
9. Winnipeg
10. Thompson Rivers
11. Mount Royal
12. Regina

 

 

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