Change marked the second CSCAA/TYR NCAA Division II and III Swimming & Diving Poll. Eighty-four of the top 100 teams changed positions, including a new number one among Division II men.
In Division II, Queens University of Charlotte moved up one place to claim the top spot ahead of previous number one Nova Southeastern University. UC San Diego jumped up six places to rank third. Among Division II Women's teams, Drury University remained at number one ahead of Queens (NC). The University of West Florida leaped eleven places to rank third.
In Division II, the Denison University men and Emory University women remained atop the polls. The two teams swapped places in the opposite poll - with the Denison women and Emory men occupying second. Voters picked Kenyon College third in the poll.
In addition to the Top 25, Coaches Selected a Top Ten for each of the Regions. Carnegie Mellon University, Denison University and Emory University led both polls for their respective regions while the Williams women and MIT men topped the Northeast North Region.
The next polls will be released December 14, 2016.
Division II Poll Committee
Kyle Almoney Millersville, Kyle Berg Rollins, Joel Blesh Lock Haven, Andy Boyce Grand Valley State, Mark Dziak Notre Dame College, Daniel France Adams State, Doug Grooms Missouri S&T, Andrew Hancock West Florida, Dave Johnson Urbana, Jimi Kiner Tampa, Jon Maccoll Sioux Falls, Paul Mangen St. Leo, Noah Moran Tiffin, Dan'l Murray Delta, Ed Pretre Truman, Tim Quill Southern Connecticut, Sean Raffile Bridgeport, Patrick Snively Fairmont State, Chris Villa IUP
Division III Poll Committee
Ray Amato (SUNY Cortlad); Justin Anderson (Frostburg); Kellen Beckwith (Denison); Robert Bowser (Rowan); Dean Brownley (Centre); Jon Carlson (Gustavus Adolphus); Karin Colby (Swarthmore); James Daniels (Kalamazoo); Beth DeLaRosby (Carthage); Benjamin Delia (Franklin & Marshall); Scott Felix (Union (NY)); Kami Gardner (Washington & Lee); Jean-Paul Gowdy (Pomona-Pitzer); Erin Hurley (Grinnell); Anne Goodman James (Colorado); Nicole Kaupp (Luther); Dani Korman (MIT); Douglas Milliken (Case Western Reserve); Brent Noble (Wabash); Barrett Roberts (Wheaton, MA); Dale Rothenberger (Hartwick); Matt Sellman (Pacific Lutheran); Meg Sisson (Pomona-Pitzer); Peter Solomon (Wesleyan); Nick Stone (SUNY Buffalo State); Jake Taber (Albion); Sean Tedesco (Merchant Marine Academy); Steve Webb (Occidental); Jason Weber (University of Chicago); Emily Wylam (Rochester)
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