Georgia Women Take Top Spot, Texas Men Remain #1 in CSCAA Division I Poll

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Georgia sophomore Zoie Hartman. Photo Courtesy: Chamberlain Smith / Georgia Athletics

The November edition of CSCAA Division I poll is out. Texas and Georgia sit at the head of the table this Thanksgiving. With minimal in-person competition taking place thus far, the committee looked to intrasquad and virtual meets to provide insight when finalizing the rankings.

Texas men published impressive results from their Orange vs. White meet, helping them earn 14 of 15 possible number one votes. They stay at the top for another month. California took the remaining top vote and remain in second. Georgia, NC State and Florida are are separated by just ten points and come in at third, fourth and fifth, respectively.

Georgia women are at the top for the first time in recent history. They move up from their fourth position in the preseason poll. The Longhorns tallied seven first place votes, good enough for second place. California is in third but trails Texas by only two points. The Bears also picked up a couple first place votes. Virginia is fourth and Stanford fifth.

Women’s CSCAA Division I Poll (Previous Rank)

  1. Georgia (4)
  2. Texas (8)
  3. California (5)
  4. Virginia (1)
  5. Stanford (2)
  6. Michigan (3)
  7. NC State (6)
  8. Kentucky (12)
  9. Tennessee (7)
  10. Florida (10)
  11. Alabama (13)
  12. Notre Dame (23)
  13. Missouri (20)
  14. Ohio State (9)
  15. Texas A&M (17)
  16. Duke (21)
  17. Virginia Tech (24)
  18. Southern Cal (15)
  19. Northwestern (14)
  20. Indiana (16)
  21. Louisville (11)
  22. Auburn (19)
  23. North Carolina (18)
  24. Akron (NR)
  25. Florida State (NR)

Men’s CSCAA Division I Poll (Previous Rank)

  1. Texas (1)
  2. California (2)
  3. Georgia (8)
  4. NC State (4)
  5. Florida (3)
  6. Texas A&M (7)
  7. Stanford (11)
  8. Michigan (5)
  9. Indiana (6)
  10. Louisville (9)
  11. Virginia Tech (19)
  12. Tennessee (14)
  13. Alabama (15)
  14. Ohio State (10)
  15. Notre Dame (21)
  16. Florida State (18)
  17. Virginia (13)
  18. Missouri (17)
  19. Wisconsin (20)
  20. Arizona (16)
  21. Auburn (22)
  22. Georgia Tech (NR)
  23. North Carolina (24)
  24. Southern Cal (23)
  25. Kentucky (NR)

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