Georgia Continues Stranglehold on Women’s Poll But Auburn Newcomer to Men’s Top Spot

PITTSBURGH, PA, January 29. ALL the Stanford men did after beating Michigan to rise to #1 in the following College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) was crush nearby foe Pacific and the two Pac-10 foes, including highly ranked University of Arizona and Arizona State.

The Cardinal’s reward was to drop behind the unanimous coronation of Auburn as the new leader in the most recent Coaches’ dual meet poll. Auburn’s control of its competition with #3 Florida, together with a dual meet season-ending win over Florida State was enough to convince the poll voters that the defending NCAA Championship winners are also the best dual meet team going.

The women’s poll continued stable. Georgia still leads Auburn, which finished its season only dropping its meet with the Bulldogs.

Auburn, Stanford and Florida continue with the top combined programs, each with both men and women in the top five. Texas, Arizona and California have two top ten squads.

Mens Teams
1 Auburn 200.00
2 Stanford 192.00
3 Florida 183.00
4 California 177.00
5 Arizona 166.00
6 Michigan 157.00
7 Southern Cal 154.00
8 Minnesota 148.00
9 Texas 131.00
10 Virginia 128.00
11 Georgia 120.00
12 Kentucky 117.00
13 Indiana 103.00
14 Northwestern 97.00
15 Purdue 87.00
16 Texas A&M 69.00
17 Tennessee 68.00
18 Wisconsin 66.00
19 Brigham Young 63.00
20 Hawaii 36.00
21 Notre Dame 33.00
22 North Carolina 26.00
23 Ohio State 21.00
24 Florida State 15.00
25 Georgia Tech 14.00

Womens teams
1 Georgia 200.00
2 Auburn 192.00
3 Florida 184.00
4 Texas 176.00
5 Stanford 164.00
6 SMU 160.00
7 Arizona 156.00
8 Wisconsin 143.00
9 Texas A&M 135.00
10 California 130.00
11 UCLA 118.00
12 Virginia 113.00
13 Maryland 104.00
14 Penn State 96.00
15 North Carolina 74.00
16 Arizona State 71.00
17 Michigan 66.00
18 Southern Cal 60.00
19 Indiana 58.00
20 Northwestern 50.00
21 Purdue 45.00
22 Hawaii 39.00
23 Washington 34.00
24 Florida State 17.00
25 Tennessee 17.00

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