NCAA Division 2 Championships Psych Sheets Announced

Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

The NCAA announced the psych sheets for the men’s and women’s Division II championship meets.

On the women’s side, Drury, Queens and University of California, San Diego each have 13 swimmers qualified for the meet. This leads all women’s teams. The meet looks to be a similar competition to last year. In 2015, Queens took the championship with 540.5 points. Drury was the runner-up with 489.5.

On the men’s side, Lindenwood leads the way with 12 swimmers. Queens won last year’s meet, tallying 433.5 points. This year, the defending champions will send ten swimmers to the NCAA Championship meet. Drury was second at the meet in 2015 and will send nine swimmers this year.

This year’s championships will take place March 9-12 in Indianapolis.

Current CSCAA rankings:

Men

1. Queens (NC) 199
2. Lindenwood 188
3. Grand Valley 185
4. UC-San Diego 169
5. Drury 164
6. Delta State 158
7. Nova Southeastern 147
7. Indianapolis 147
9. Florida Southern 138
10. Tampa 123
11. California Baptist 112
12. West Chester 110
13. Wingate 103
14. Simon Fraser 94
15. Northern Michigan 82
16. Saint Leo 82
17. Bridgeport 74
18. Missouri S&T 62
19. Wayne State 55
20. Colorado-Mesa 47
21. Bloomsburg 38
22. Florida Tech 36
23. Saint Cloud 33
24. Lewis 31
25. Limestone 13

Women

1. Queens (NC) 200
2. UC-San Diego 185
3. Drury 179
3. Grand Valley 175
5. Wingate 166
6. Lindenwood 156
7. Delta State 141
8. Florida Southern 131
9. West Florida 129
10. California Baptist 126
11. Alaska 114
12. Nova Southeastern 109
12. Simon Fraser 95
14. Truman State 89
15. Northern Michigan 85
16. Bridgeport 81
17. Carson Newman 70
18. Wayne State 66
19. Tampa 56
20. Bloomsburg 48
21. LIU-Post 43
22. Indianapolis 40
23. Saint Cloud 27
24. West Chester 23
25. Saint Leo 20
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Author: Peter Baugh

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Peter Baugh is a freshman at the University of Missouri and is the assistant sports editor for the Maneater, Mizzou's student run newspaper. He swam and played baseball in high school. He is a two time finalist in the National Scholastic Press Association Sports Story of the Year contest and was named the SSP Journalist of the Year for the St. Louis area. He served as co editor-in-chief for his high school newspaper, The Globe, and also worked for the St. Louis American newspaper.

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