As finals approach for most schools, it means that WCC games have become a little more limited. In general, the schools in the West Coast Conference put a large emphasis on academics, and schedule a lot lighter during this period. To give a point of comparison, this past week (December 2nd to December 8th) there was only 13 conference games. The week before that (November 25 to December 1st) there was double the games (26) and this upcoming week there will only be 13 games as well. With less games, teams will have less of opportunity to showcase their progress, and the rankings should not see a ton of movement. In fact, there was only one slight change in the rankings. Can you guess what it is? (Without looking of course) So, without further ado, here is our WCC power rankings for December 9th.
*Voters: Josh Horton (Lead Editor), James Piggot (General), Cam Newton (LMU), Andrew Perkins (BYU), Simon Tryzna (Saint Mary’s), Patrick Mahoney (Santa Clara)
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