Cal Men Lead Final CSCAA Division I Poll

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With a 136-105 win over Pac 12 Rival Stanford, the California men’s swimming and diving team was voted to the top spot in the final CSCAA / TYR Top 25.  Cal ended the season 5-0. Seniors Ryan Murphy, Hunter Cobleigh, Jon Fiepke, Dillian Williams and Long Guiterrez going a combined 27-1 over their four year careers with the lone setback being a 148.5-149.5 loss to USC last season.

Texas (6-3), which begins pursuit of its 38th consecutive conference title tonight, moved up one spot to second.  Previous number one NC State fell to third.

www.cscaa.org/top25

2017 CSCAA / TYR Division I Swimming & Diving Poll

Final Ranking

Rank (Previous) Team Points
1 (2) California 248
2 (3) Texas 240
3 (1) NC State 225
4 (4) Indiana 220
5 (11) Stanford 206
5 (6) Florida 203
7 (5) Georgia 195
8 (7) Auburn 178
9 (10) Alabama 166
10 (9) Louisville 154
11 (7) Michigan 145
11 (14) Missouri 145
13 (15) Southern Cal 126
14 (12) Virginia 114
15 (17) Arizona State 112
15 (13) Arizona 112
17 (18) Ohio State 88
18 (16) Tennessee 85
19 (19) Notre Dame 68
20 (20) Minnesota 65
21 (21) Florida State 54
22 (25) Texas A&M 41
23 (22) Wisconsin 24
24 (NR) South Carolina 23
25 (25) Louisiana State 16

Also Receiving Votes
Denver 15, Duke 9, Harvard 4 Virginia Tech 3, Georgia Tech 1

Press release courtesy of the CSCAA.

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