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November 13, 2014 Division I Men's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail



CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings Supported by TYR

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are compiled by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.   The rankings will be released on a weekly basis throughout the 2014-15 season, alternating weeks between a men’s and women’s team ranking.
 
The CSCAA DI 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. 
 
CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of November 13, 2014
 
1. California
2. Michigan
3. Texas
4. Georgia
5. Louisville
6. NC State
7. Florida
8. Indiana
9. North Carolina
10. Stanford
11. Auburn
12. Ohio State
13. Southern California
14. Tennessee
15. Alabama
16. Missouri
17. Virginia Tech
18. Penn State
19. Wisconsin
20. Florida State
21. Minnesota
22. Princeton
23. Utah
24. Georgia Tech
25. Notre Dame
Also receiving votes: Purdue, Arizona, Denver, Iowa
 
CSCAA NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming and Diving Team Poll Committee
Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Chad Craddock, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Braden Holloway/Gary Taylor, North Carolina State University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, University of Denver; Dorsey Tierney-Walker, Arizona State University

 

November 6, 2014 Division I Women's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail



CSCAA NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings Supported by TYR
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are compiled by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.   The rankings will be released on a weekly basis throughout the 2014-15 season, alternating weeks between a men’s and women’s team ranking.
 
The CSCAA DI 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 yet to post official times in the current college season.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of November 6, 2014
 
1. Georgia
2. Texas
3. Stanford
4. California
5. Southern California
6. Michigan
7. Auburn
8. Indiana
9. Texas A&M
10. Minnesota
11. Florida
12. North Carolina
13. Arizona
14. Tennessee
15. Ohio State
16. Southern Methodist
17. Louisiana State
18. Louisville
19 . Wisconsin
20. Penn State
21. UCLA
22. NC State
23. Alabama
24. Purdue
25. Boise State
Also receiving votes: Missouri, South Carolina, Florida Gulf Coast, Arkansas
 
A NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Ranking Committee
Chair: Matt Barany, University of Richmond; Dan Colella, Duke University; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Naya Higashijima, UCLA; Kristin Hill, Boise State University; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Katie Robinson, Tulane; Brian Smith, University of Georgia; Suzanne Yee, Princeton University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine

 

October 30, 2014 Division I Men's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail



CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings Supported by TYR
 
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are compiled by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.   The rankings will be released on a weekly basis throughout the 2014-15 season, alternating weeks between a men’s and women’s team ranking.
 
The CSCAA DI 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 yet to post official times in the current college season for the first poll.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of October 30, 2014
 
1. Michigan
2. Texas
3. NC State
4. Georgia
5. Florida
6. California
7. North Carolina
8. Indiana
9. Louisville
10. Ohio State
11. Southern California
12. Virginia Tech
13. Wisconsin
14. Tennessee
15. Georgia Tech
16. Stanford
17. Auburn
18. Penn State
19. Minnesota
20. Arizona
21. Northwestern
22. Alabama
23. Iowa
T24. Denver
T24. Florida State
Also receiving votes: South Carolina, Missouri, Virginia, Air Force, Wyoming, Utah, Texas A&M
 
CSCAA NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming and Diving Team Poll Committee
Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Chad Craddock, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Braden Holloway/Gary Taylor, North Carolina State University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, University of Denver; Dorsey Tierney-Walker, Arizona State University

 

October 23, 2014 Division I Women's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail



CSCAA NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Rankings Supported by TYR
 
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division 1 Team Rankings are compiled by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.   The rankings will be released on a weekly basis throughout the 2014-15 season, alternating weeks between a men’s and women’s team ranking.
 
The CSCAA D1 Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division 1 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 did not consider teams that have yet to post official times in the current college season.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of October 23, 2014
 
1. Southern California
2. Georgia
3. Florida
4. California
5. North Carolina
6. Minnesota
7. Texas A&M
8. Auburn
9. Louisville
10. Arizona
11. Southern Methodist
12. Tennessee
13. Stanford
14. Penn State
15. Louisiana State
16. Wisconsin
17. Michigan
18. UCLA
19. NC State
20. Indiana
21. Alabama
22. Arkansas
23. Boise State
24. Purdue
25. Florida State
Also receiving votes: Kentucky, Ohio State, San Diego State, Utah
 
A NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Ranking Committee:
Chair: Matt Barany, University of Richmond; Dan Colella, Duke University; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Naya Higashijima, UCLA; Kristin Hill, Boise State University; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Katie Robinson, Tulane; Brian Smith, University of Georgia; Suzanne Yee, Princeton University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine

 

February 7, 2014 Division III Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Team Rankings are voted on by a committee of CSCAA member coaches and one member of the media.  This is the final poll of the 2013-14 season.
 
The CSCAA DIII Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 20 best performing NCAA Division III 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.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Rankings as of February 7, 2014
 
DIII Men
 
1. Denison University
2. Kenyon College
3. Emory University
4. Johns Hopkins University
5. Williams College
6. MIT
7. Amherst College
8. The College of New Jersey
9. NYU
10. St. Olaf College
11.  (Tie) Stevens Institute of Technology
11. (Tie) University of Chicago
13. Washington University (MO)
14. DePauw University
15. Carnegie Mellon University
16. Keene State College
17. Connecticut College
18. Ithaca College
19. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
20. Calvin College
 
Also receiving votes: Ohio Northern University
 
DIII Women
 
1. Emory University
2. Denison University
3. Kenyon College
4. Johns Hopkins University
5. Williams College
6. NYU
7. Washington University (MO)
8. MIT
9. University of Chicago
10. (Tie) Amherst College
10.  (Tie) Gustavus Adolphus College
12. Wheaton College (IL)
13. Stevens Institute of Technology
14. Carnegie Mellon University
15. Ithaca College
16. Connecticut College
17. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
18. Middlebury College
19. Luther College
20. University of Wisconsin- Lacrosse
 
Also receiving votes: DePauw University, SUNY-Geneseo, St. Thomas University
 
CSCAA Division III Team Ranking Committee Regional Chairs:
Beth DeLaRosby, Carthage College; David Fritz, Grove City College; Nikki Kett, Johns Hopkins University; Peter Solomon, Wesleyan University
Regional Representatives:
Scott Felix, Union College; J.P. Gowdy, Pomona-Pitzer; Tony Lisa, Rowan University; Jake Taber, Albion College; Tom Till, Goucher College, John Westkott, United States Coast Guard Academy;
 
Jason Marsteller, Swimming World Magazine
 
CSCAA Board of Directors Division III Representatives:
Anne Goodman James, Colorado College; Sean Tedesco, United States Merchant Marine Academy

 

February 5, 2014 Division I Men Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail

The CSCAA DI 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. Rankings are based on performances that have taken place since the previous poll and include invites as well as dual meets.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of February 5, 2014
 
 
1. Florida
2. Michigan
3. California
4. (tie) Southern California
4. (tie) Ohio State
6. Texas
7. Indiana
8. Stanford
9. Harvard
10. Auburn
11. Minnesota
12. Arizona
13. North Carolina
14. Georgia
15. Louisville
16. Princeton
17. Florida State
18. Virginia Tech
19. Yale
20. North Carolina State
21. Tennessee
22. Virginia
23. Purdue
24. Penn State
25. Louisiana State
 Also receiving votes: Notre Dame, Navy, Missouri, Alabama, South Carolina, Northwestern, Denver
 
CSCAA NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming and Diving Team Poll Committee
Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Chad Craddock, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Braden Holloway, North Carolina State University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, University of Denver; Dorsey Tierney-Walker, Arizona State University

 

January 31, 2014 Division II Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Team Rankings are voted on by seven CSCAA member coaches and one member of the media. This is the final DII Ranking for the 2013-14 season.
 
The CSCAA Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division II 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.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Ranking as of January 31, 2014
 
DII WOMEN
(Current Rank, school, previous rank)
1. Drury, 1
2. Queens (Charlotte), 2
3. Wayne State, 17
4. Simon Fraser, T6
5. UC San Diego, T6
6. Wingate, 3
7. Florida Southern, T4
8. Delta State, T4
T9. Grand Valley State, 9
T9. Cal Baptist, 14
11. LIU Post, 11
12. West Chester, 8.
13. Indianapolis, 23
T14. Northern Michigan, T15
T14. Lindenwood, 10
16. Alaska Fairbanks, 12
17. Tampa, 13
18. Ashland, 19
19. Nova Southeastern, T15
20. St. Cloud State, 20
21. West Florida, 18
22. Truman State, T21
23. Edinboro, T21
24. Indiana (PA), NR
25. Gannon, 25
Also receiving votes: Cal East Bay, Bridgeport, Southern Connecticut, Limestone, Findlay, Hillsdale
 
DII MEN
1. Drury, 1
2. Florida Southern, 4
3. Queens (Charlotte), T2
4. Grand Valley State, T2
5. Wingate, 5
T6. Lindenwood, 7
T6. Tampa, 6
8. Wayne State, 18
9. UC San Diego, 8
10. Bridgeport, T10
11. Indianapolis, 12
12. West Chester, 9
13. St. Cloud State, T10
14. Delta State, 15
15. Nova Southeastern, 14
16. Missouri S&T, 13
17. Ashland, 20
18. Limestone, 19
19. Fairmont State, 16
20. Cal Baptist, 17
21. Lewis, 22
22. Malone, 23
23. Saint Leo, 21
24. Simon Fraser, 24
25. Lake Erie, 25
Also receiving votes: Colorado School of Mines, Gannon, Mesa State, Indiana (PA), Ouachita Baptist, Florida Tech, Bloomsburg, LIU Post, Pfeiffer, Wheeling Jesuit, Truman State
 
CSCAA Division II Team Ranking Committee
Chair: Jimi Kiner, University of Tampa; Andy Boyce, Grand Valley State University; Corrie Falcon, University of California San Diego; Paul Graham, Ashland University; Doug Grooms, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Patrick Snively, Fairmont State University; Kyle Almoney. Millersville University; Jason Marsteller, Swimming World Magazine

 

January 30, 2014 Division I Women's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail

The CSCAA D1 Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division 1 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.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of January 30, 2014.
 
1.     California
2.     Georgia
3.     Texas A&M
4.     Stanford
5.     Southern California
6.     Texas
7.     Virginia
8.     Florida
9.     North Carolina
10.  Arizona
11.  Indiana
12.  Tennessee
13.  (Tie) Louisville
13. (Tie) Minnesota
15.  Auburn
16.  Ohio State
17.  UCLA
18.  Purdue
19.  Penn State
20.  Michigan
21.  North Carolina State
22.  Arkansas
23.  Alabama
24.  Notre Dame
25.  Wisconsin
Also receiving votes: Boise State, Florida State, San Diego State, Utah
 
CSCAA NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Ranking Committee
Chair: Matt Barany, University of Richmond; Arthur Albiero, University of Louisville; Dan Colella, Duke University; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Naya Higashijima, UCLA; Kristin Hill, Boise State University; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Brian Smith, University of Georgia; Suzanne Yee, Princeton University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine


 

January 21, 2014 Division I Men's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail

The CSCAA DI 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.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of January 21, 2014
 
1.     Michigan
2.     Florida
3.     Texas
4.     California
5.     Arizona
6.     Southern California
7.     Louisville
8.     Indiana
9.     Ohio State
10.  Auburn
11.  Stanford
12.  Georgia
13.  Virginia Tech
14.  Minnesota
15.  Florida State
16.  North Carolina
17.  Purdue
18.  Tennessee
19.  Missouri
20.  Virginia
21.  North Carolina State
22.  LSU
23.  Penn State
24.  Navy
25.  Iowa
 
Also receiving votes: Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Utah, Harvard, Princeton, Northwestern
 
CSCAA NCAA Men’s Division 1 Swimming and Diving Team Poll Committee
Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Chad Craddock, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Braden Holloway, North Carolina State University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, University of Denver; Dorsey Tierney-Walker, Arizona State University 

 

January 16, 2014 Division I Women's Team Rankings PDF Print E-mail
The CSCAA D1 Poll Committee will produce in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division 1 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.
 
CSCAA NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of January 16, 2014.
 
1.     California
2.     Texas A&M
3.     Georgia
4.     Stanford
5.     Southern California
6.     Texas
7.     North Carolina
8.     Florida
9.     Virginia
10.  Arizona
11.  Indiana
12.  Auburn
13.  Minnesota
14.  Louisville
15.  Tennessee
16.  UCLA
17.  Penn State
18.  Purdue
19.  Ohio State
20.  Florida State
21.  Michigan
22.  Alabama
23.  Arkansas
24.  Notre Dame
25.  Utah
Also receiving votes: North Carolina State, Wisconsin, Missouri, San Diego State
 
CSCAA NCAA Division 1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Team Ranking Committee
Chair: Matt Barany, University of Richmond; Arthur Albiero, University of Louisville; Dan Colella, Duke University; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Naya Higashijima, UCLA; Kristin Hill, Boise State University; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Brian Smith, University of Georgia; Suzanne Yee, Princeton University; Jeff Commings, Swimming World Magazine


 

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