National Team Rankings Show No Change in Top Five in Division I

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

April 13, 2010   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released updated national team rankings for the 2010 outdoor track & field season in Division I on Tuesday evening. The top five positions on both men’s and women’s sides of the national team rankings remained unchanged.

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Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Team Rankings

2010 Week #2 – April 13

Rank
School
Points Last Week
1 Florida 389.05 1
2 Texas A&M 340.91 2
3 Oregon 270.53 3
4 Texas Tech 225.68 4
5 Florida State 225.37 5
6 Arizona State 172.71 10
7 Southern California 168.61 6
8 LSU 164.23 8
9 Oklahoma 158.78 13
10 Auburn 155.99 7
11 Mississippi State 155.21 11
12 South Carolina 152.00 9
13 Nebraska 133.88 12
14 Louisville 125.13 15
15 Baylor 124.35 14
16 Virginia Tech 118.00 16
17 Mississippi 117.98 17
18 Arkansas 117.62 18
19 California 102.42 19
20 BYU 99.75 20
21 Minnesota 95.69 21
22 Kansas State 89.74 22
23 Tennessee 81.43 24
24 Wisconsin 78.03 25
25 Kansas 75.40 32

 

Women’s Outdoor Track & Field National Team Rankings

2010 Week #2 – April 13

Rank School Points Last Week
1 Texas A&M 353.37 1
2 Oregon 271.91 2
3 LSU 265.91 3
4 Florida State 199.51 4
5 Florida 187.25 5
6 Oklahoma 181.64 9
7 Penn State 181.53 6
8 Baylor 176.25 7
9 UTEP 155.95 11
10 Southern California 153.88 8
11 Virginia Tech 150.13 10
12 BYU 137.74 12
13 Miami (Fla.) 130.88 18
14 Washington 127.32 13
15 Auburn 125.65 14
16 Nebraska 116.08 15
17 Texas 110.96 16
18 Stanford 105.25 21
19 Arkansas 104.26 23
20 Arizona 103.29 17
21 Louisville 94.10 22
22 South Carolina 94.07 19
23 UCLA 88.78 20
24 Illinois 88.14 27
25 Tennessee 85.89 24