Stanford Tops National Poll; Arizona State Moves Up

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Dec. 5. STANFORD University remained on top of the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Poll for both men and women.

In the biggest moves since the first poll, the Arizona State's men's team leaped from 13th to fifth place after defeating the University of Arizona. Penn State jumped from 25th to 20th, while USC dropped five places, from fourth to 9th.

On the women's side, Purdue, which previously had been unranked, vaulted to the 20th spot, while USC plummeted from third place to 11th.

The rankings:

WOMEN
Rank Team Points (1st pl.) Previous rank

1 Stanford 200 (8) 1
2 Georgia 191 2
3 Auburn 185 4
4 Arizona 175 5
5 Texas 167 6
6 California 158 7
7 Florida 152 8
8 SMU 145 9
9 Ariz. State 137 11
10 UCLA 126 10
11 USC 119 3
12 No. Carolina 112 12
13 Notre Dame 106 13
14 Virginia 97 15
15 Wisconsin 87 15
16 Penn State 81 14
17 Northwestern 68 17
18 Alabama 58 19
19 Indiana 57 17
20 Purdue 41 NR
21 Michigan 30 21
22 Minnesota 29 20
23 LSU 25 25
24 Princeton 14 24
25 Rice 13 24
25 Maryland 13 NR

MEN
Rank Team Points (1st pl.) Previous rank

1 Stanford 200 (8) 1
2 Texas 192 2
3 Tennessee 183 3
4 Auburn 175 5
5 Ariz. State 164 13
6 California 156 6
7 Minnesota 144 7
8 Arizona 142 8
9 USC 138 4
10 So. Carolina 131 10
11 Virginia 127 12
12 Michigan 119 9
13 Florida 103 11
14 Wisconsin 96 14
15 Georgia 87 15
16 No. Carolina 77 15
17 Alabama 68 17
18 Pittsburgh 58 20
19 Texas A&M 57 17
20 Penn State 38 25
21 SMU 36 19
21 Purdue 36 21
23 Northwestern 27 22
24 Harvard 26 22
25 LSU 25 24

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