Long Beach is 7-0 and received six of eight first-place votes on its way to 118 points to earn the National’s top spot. Right behind in second is undefeated Golden West College (6-0) with 114 points. Riverside City College (5-1) dropped to No. 3 after its Week 6 loss to Fullerton and earned 96 points.
Santa Monica is the American Division’s lone unbeaten team after previous No. 1 Victor Valley College had its 16-game winning streak snapped by San Bernardino Valley College. SMC (6-0) earned all four first-place votes this week and totaled 40 points. Santa Monica will be tested quickly as the Corsairs will take on new No. 2 Los Angeles Valley College (5-1, 36 points) this Saturday. And rounding out the American top three is San Bernardino Valley with 30 points.
The 2015 California Community College Football Poll is a service of the CCCAA and CCCFCA. The poll is recognized as the official regional state ranking and will be used for selection of post-season and bowl game participants.