Stanford Women, Texas Men Remain at Top of CSCAA Swimming Poll

The University of Texas men and Stanford women have retained the top spots in the latest TYR / CSCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Poll. The Tennessee men and women made the biggest jump, landing in the top ten following their defeat of 14th-ranked Arizona.

The latest poll sets up some interesting match-ups in the coming weeks including a women's dual between #1 Stanford and #7 Arizona next weekend. This weekend #3 Texas will take on #2 Georgia. On the men's side, a 1-2 showdown also looms between the Longhorns and Arizona. In all, 63 women's and 49 men's teams garnered votes from members of the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. The next poll will be released February 17, 2010.

In Division II, the Drury University men's and women's swimming and diving teams retained their top spots in the latest TYR / CSCAA Division II College Swimming Poll. On the men's side Missouri Science & Tech moved past Grand Valley State into the number two spot while the UC-San Diego women moved past Ashland University for the number two spot. Overall, 41 men's and 41 women's teams earned votes from members of the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. The next poll will be released February 12, 2011.

In Division III, the Emory University women took back the top spot in the latest TYR /CSCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Poll. The defending NCAA Champion Eagles edged Kenyon College for the number-one ranking it held at the start of the year. On the men's side, Kenyon College maintained its previous ranking.

Carnegie Mellon's men jumped into the top ten for the first time this season while SUNY-Geneseo and Gustavus Adolphus made their first appearance in the women's polls. Forty-nine men's and forty-six women's teams received votes from members of the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. The next poll will be released February 12, 2011.

Division I Women's Poll

Rank	Prev	Team		Points
1	1	Stanford (33)	1057
2	2	Georgia (7)	1029
3	3	Texas		933
4	5	Southern Cal (3)931
4	4	California (1)	931
6	6	Florida		894
7	7	Arizona		837
8	8	Texas A&M	792
9	9	Virginia	698
10	12	Tennessee	657
11	11	North Carolina	629
12	10	Auburn		626
13	13	Minnesota	572
14	14	Indiana		537
15	15	Michigan	423
16	16	Wisconsin	395
17	17	Louisville	340
18	19	Ohio State	282
19	18	Arkansas	261
20	20	Purdue		185
21	21	Southern Methodist174
22	23	UCLA		151
23	22	Louisiana State	144
24	24	San Diego State	102
25	25	Florida State	96

Also receiving votes: Arizona State 72, Missouri 46, Virginia Tech 31, Alabama 28, Penn State 28, Bakersfield 23, Notre Dame 21, Princeton 20, Harvard 18, Kentucky 18, Northwestern 16, UNLV 14, UC-Santa Barbara 12, Maryland 12, Brigham Young 11, Kansas 11, Florida Gulf Coast 9, Ohio 9, Miami (Ohio) 8, South Carolina, Columbia 8, Boise State 6, Iowa 6, Yale 6, Nebraska 4, San Jose State 4, East Carolina 2, Fresno State 2, Villanova 2, California Poly 1, Denver 1, Duke 1, Oakland 1, Pittsburgh 1, Texas Christian 1, Toledo 1, Wyoming 1

Men's Division I Poll

Rank	Prev	Team		Points
1	1	Texas (22)	779
2	2	Arizona (3)	722
3	3	Stanford (1)	707
4	4	California (4)	678
5	5	Florida		658
6	6	Auburn (1)	617
7	9	Southern Cal (1)562
8	7	Ohio State	537
9	12	North Carolina	424
10	15	Tennessee	398
11	11	Georgia		396
12	14	Indiana		394
13	8	Michigan	386
14	10	Virginia	380
15	13	Minnesota	379
16	16	UNLV		278
17	17	Alabama		276
18	19	Florida State	224
19	18	Louisville	213
20	20	Texas A&M	182
21	21	Purdue		166
22	23	Louisiana State	135
23	23	South Carolina	77
23	22	Iowa		76
25	25	Princeton	64

Also receiving votes: Southern Methodist 41, Virginia Tech 32, Navy 28, Texas Christian 23, Wisconsin-Madison 19, Harvard 16, UC-Santa Barbara 15, Missouri 14, Georgia Tech 14, Kentucky 11, Oakland 9, Hawaii 9, California Poly 7, Penn State 6, Bakersfield 4, La Salle 4, Michigan State 4, North Carolina State 4, Denver 3, Air Force 3, Clemson 2, Maryland 2, East Carolina 1, Pittsburgh 1

Women's Division II Poll

Rank	Prev	Team		    Points
1	1	Drury (10)	    273
2	3	UC-San Diego	    252
3	2	Ashland (1)	    234
4	5	Grand Valley State  217
5	6	Clarion University  208
6	4	Incarnate Word      206
7	8	Wayne State (Mich.) 203
8	9	Ouachita Baptist    170
9	7	California Univ. (PA)159
10	12	Henderson State	    158
11	15	Tampa		    144
12	10	West Chester 	    139
13	11	Indianapolis	    138
14	16	Grand Canyon 	    134
15	13	Wingate University  111
16	21	Florida Southern    108
17	18	Indiana Univ. (PA)   96
18	17	Bridgeport	     94
19	14	Truman State	     76
20	22	Shippensburg 	     56
21	19	C.W. Post	     54
22	23	Saint Cloud State    49
23	20	Nebraska at Omaha    45
24	NR	Nova Southeastern    32
25	NR	Wheeling Jesuit      27

Texas-Permian Basin 26, Saint Leo 25, Lock Haven 24, Southern Connecticut State 19, Converse 16, Minnesota State-Mankato 12, Bloomsburg 11, Alaska Fairbanks 8, Delta State 8, Edinboro 7, Catawba 6, Le Moyne 5, Hillsdale 4, Rollins 3, Mars Hill 2, Queens University of Charlotte (NC) 1

Men's Division II Poll

Rank	Prev	Team		  Points
1	1	Drury (10)	  274
2	4	Missouri Sci-Tech 240
3	2	Grand Valley State237
4	5	Ashland		  226
5	6	Wayne State	  221
6	3	UC-San Diego	  206
7	7	Incarnate Word	  199
8	8	Grand Canyon	  190
9	10	Henderson State	  179
10	15	Ouachita Baptist  160
11	13	Wingate		  152
12	14	Tampa		  144
13	17	Florida Southern  138
14	11	West Chester	  133
15	12	Bridgeport	  128
16	16	Indianapolis	  118
17	19	Clarion		  99
18	9	Nova Southeastern 90
19	18	Queens (NC)	  86
20	20	Lewis		  60
21	21	Southern Conn. 	  49
22	NR	Saint Leo (1)	  43
23	22	Limestone	  37
24	23	Shippensburg	  31
25	25	Colo. Sch. of Mines17

Also receiving votes: Delta State 16, West Virginia Wesleyan 16, Bloomsburg 15, Mars Hill 12, Saint Cloud State 8, Rollins 7, Davis and Elkins 6, Indiana (PA) 5, Adams State 4, Wheeling Jesuit 4, Lenoir-Rhyne 3, Lindenwood 2, Truman State 2, Minnesota State-Mankato 1, Notre Dame (Ohio) 1, Texas-Permian Basin 1

Women's Division III Poll

Rank	Prev	Team		Points
1	2	Emory (10)	298
2	1	Kenyon (2)	287
3	3	Denison		277
4	4	Williams	255
5	6	Johns Hopkins	210
6	7	M. I. T.	204
7	9	C-M-S		195
8	5	Amherst		192
9	8	Stevens Inst.   187
10	10	UW-Stevens Point161
11	12	Washington (Mo.)157
12	15	Chicago		137
13	11	Carthage	136
14	13	Carnegie Mellon	129
15	14	Grove City	128
16	16	Hope		93
17	17	Kalamazoo	83
18	23	Springfield	68
19	19	UW-La Crosse	65
20	21	Middlebury	59
21	18	TCNJ		57
22	22	Wheaton (IL)	46
23	NR	SUNY-Geneseo	45
24	NR	Gustavus Adolphus42
25	20	Keene State	37

Also receiving votes: Mary Washington 33, Ithaca 31, Case Western 27, UC-Santa Cruz 24, Whitworth 24, Calvin 23, Luther 15, Puget Sound 13, Washington & Lee 11, Connecticut 10, SUNY-New Paltz 10, California Lutheran 9, Centre 9, DePauw 8, Saint Olaf 7, Washington and Jefferson 6, Carleton 5, Trinity (TX) 3, Coast Guard 2, Wooster 2

Men's Division III Poll

Rank	Prev	Team		Points
1	1	Kenyon (16)	400
2	2	Emory		382
3	3	Denison		367
4	6	Johns Hopkins	328
5	4	M. I. T.	315
6	5	Kalamazoo	294
7	7	Williams	279
8	9	Amherst		269
9	8	Stevens Inst.   251
10	13	Carnegie Mellon	225
11	12	TCNJ		215
12	10	UW-Stevens Point198
13	11	Washington (Mo.)193
14	14	Hope		164
15	15	Grove City	152
16	16	Tufts		120
17	21	Chicago		117
18	19	Saint Olaf	100
19	18	DePauw		99
20	17	Whitworth	97
21	22	Carthage	66
21	20	Middlebury	66
23	24	Redlands	64
24	23	Washington & Lee63
25	25	Olivet		36

Also receiving votes: Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 31, Puget Sound 26, Coast Guard 25, Franklin & Marshall 23, Allegheny 19, Penn State-Behrend 18, Westminster 17, Baldwin-Wallace 14, UC-Santa Cruz 14, Case Western 13, Wooster 13, Wabash 12, Washington & Jefferson 12, Connecticut 10, Keene State 10, New York 10, Merchant Marine 7, SUNY-Cortland 5, SUNY-Geneseo 4, Gustavus Adolphus 3, Saint Thomas 3, Springfield 3, Calvin 2, California Lutheran 1

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