Texas Men, Auburn Women Top NCAA Div. I Poll

COLORADO SPRINGS, Oct. 28. THE three-time men's defending champion, Texas, and the women's defending champion, Auburn, top the first College Swim Coaches Association of American (CSCAA) poll of the 2002-03 season.

In the men's poll, Texas leads Auburn and Stanford, which are tied for second, only three points behind. Cal follows in fourth, with USC fifth.

In the women's poll, the top three teams are in the same order in which they finished at last season's NCAAs: Auburn, Georgia and Stanford. Cal follows in fourth, with Florida fifth.

MEN
1. Texas 170 (4)
2. Auburn 167 (2)
3. Stanford 167 (1)
4. California 154
5. Southern California 145
6. Florida 133
7. Michigan 130
8. Minnesota 121
8. Tennessee 121
10. Arizona 120
11. Arizona State 106
12. Georgia 98
13. Virginia 97
14. Penn State 77
15. Harvard 62
16. North Carolina 55
17. Texas A&M 52
18. Alabama 48
18. Wisconsin 48
20. Northwestern 43
21. Kentucky 39
22. Southern Methodist 33
23. Georgia Tech 28
24. Brigham Young 19
25. Pittsburgh 15
25. Washington 15

Others Receiving Votes: Purdue

WOMEN
1. Auburn – 173 (5)
2. Georgia – 165 (2)
2. Stanford 165
4. California 152
5. Florida 143
6. SMU 137
7. Texas 134
8. Southern California 132
9. Arizona 121
10. Virginia 109
11. Arizona State 107
12. UCLA 89
13. Indiana 84
14. Notre Dame 81
15. North Carolina 79
16. Penn State 76
17. Alabama 69
18. Wisconsin 54
19. Miami (FL) 42
20. Maryland 38
21. Missouri 34
22. Pacific 19
23. Texas A&M 15
24. Rutgers 13
25. South Carolina 10

Others Receiving Votes: Michigan, Purdue, Tennessee, Washington, kansas, Houston, LSU

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