ACC Rules Top of Latest CSCAA Poll

Norfolk, VA, November 18, 2015 – The University of Virginia women’s swimming & diving team remained on top spot in the third College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) NCAA Division I Team Rankings of the year.  The Cavaliers didn't sweep the first-place votes however, with ACC rival North Carolina, picking up one first place vote to move into second ahead of Georgia.

Asked for comment, UNC Head Coach said “Anytime our team is recognized by CSCAA or any other rankings it is a positive thing for The University of North Carolina."   The Tarheels have risen in each of the past two polls following wins over several ranked opponents.  "We understand how early in the season it is. We set up a challenging fall meet schedule and the team responded extremely well.  Our team dynamic is the best I can remember, which is saying a lot as it has always been outstanding. So, we will enjoy this now, but know we the most important time of the season is next February, March and, obviously, next summer.”

The CSCAA Division I Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving teams in rank order at the time of each poll.  The poll is not designed to predict the results of the NCAA Championship, but rather which teams would win head-to-head against other teams in the country. Ranking are based on performances that have taken place since the previous poll and include invites as well as dual meets.  The committee does not consider teams that have not yet competed in the current college season .

Rank Prev Team Points
1 1
Virginia 219
2 3
North Carolina 216
3 2
Georgia 203
4 6
Texas 197
5 5
Stanford 184
6 4
Michigan 183
7 14
Texas A & M 161
8 11
Auburn 160
9 8
California 157
10 7
NC State 148
11 9
Indiana 139
12 12
Louisville 122
13 16
Southern California 106
14 10
Florida 100
15 19
Arizona 77
16 21
Missouri 76
16
13
Tennessee 100
18 23
Minnesota 68
19 19
UCLA 62
20 15
Penn State 58
21 17
Duke 51
22
NR
Arkansas
50
23 18
Wisconsin 49
24 22
Purdue 32
25 NR
Louisiana State 14
Also Receiving Votes

Florida Gulf Coast 11, Alabama 10, Ohio State 10, Penn 7, Kentucky 3

CSCAA / TYR DI Women's Swimming and Diving Top 25

 

Women's DI Poll Committee: 

 

Chair: Suzanne Yee, Princeton University; Dan Colella, Duke University; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Naya Higashijima, UCLA; Tanica Jamison, Texas A&M University; Mike Keeler, University of San Diego; Colleen Murphy, United States Air Force Academy; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Katie Robinson, Tulane; Colin Shannahan, Wagner College

CSCAA Top 25 (AP Format):

1. Virginia 219; 2. North Carolina 216; 3. Georgia 203; 4. Texas 197; 5. Stanford 184; 6. Michigan 183; 7. Texas A & M 161; 8. Auburn 160; 9. California 157; 10. NC State 148; 11. Indiana 139; 12. Louisville 122; 13. Southern California 106; 14. Florida 100; 15. Arizona 77; 16. Tennessee 76; 16. Missouri 76; 18. Minnesota 68; 19. UCLA 62; 20. Penn State 58; 21. Duke 51; 22. Arkansas 50; 23. Wisconsin 49; 24. Purdue 32; 25. Louisiana State 14

About the CSCAA:

Founded in 1922, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) – the oldest organization of college coaches in America -is a professional organization of college swimming and diving coaches dedicated to serving and providing leadership for the advancement of the sport of swimming & diving at the collegiate level.

About TYR:

Founded in Huntington Beach, CA by swimwear designer Joseph DiLorenzo (current owner) and 1972 Olympic Bronze Medalist Steve Furniss, TYR Sport was established in 1985 to provide the competitive swim market with vibrant, performance-driven prints. Since its inception three decades ago, TYR has grown to exist as one of the world’s most recognizable swimming and triathlon brands.

With global distributors and an international following, TYR remains dedicated to building the industry’s most durable, uniquely designed swimsuits, cutting edge equipment and innovative caps and goggles. On a relentless path to push the limits of sportswear we not only reimagine technologies for enhanced competitive performance, but also embrace lifestyle markets to accommodate athletes and water enthusiasts at every level.