Defending Champs Florida Men, Oregon Women Open Indoor Season as Number One

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

January 6, 2011   

NEW ORLEANS – The USTFCCCA released national team computer rankings for the NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field preseason. Defending national champions – Florida’s men and Oregon’s women – top the field early on. Preseason rankings are calculated using performance data from previous seasons and coaches and SIDs report those eligible for the rankings.

PDFs: Top 25 | Full by Team | Event-by-Event
Previous Rankings | Rankings Guidelines & Rationale

Texas A&M announced on Thursday that defending national 200-meter champion Curtis Mitchell has forgone his remaining eligiblity and has decided to turn professional in the sport. Calculated rankings reflect the announcement.

A correction was made at 3pm CT on Thursday to fix an error in the women’s pole vault, shot put, and weight throw rankings.

About the Rankings
For more on the rankings and links to guideline and rationale information visit …
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NCAA Division I

Men’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings

2011 Preseason – January 6

next ranking: January 25 (Week 1)
Rank
School
Points 2010 FINAL
1 Florida 150.45 1
2 LSU 132.22 4
3 Texas A&M 120.56 2
4 Oregon 104.38 2
5 Virginia Tech 97.31 19
6 Florida State 86.08 12
7 Texas Tech 86.00 14
8 Penn State 83.23 14
9 Stanford 82.26 47
10 Indiana 71.99 6
11 Auburn 69.99 12
12 Nebraska 65.53 26
13 Arkansas 64.55 5
14 Georgia 64.16 20
15 Texas 63.85 60
16 Minnesota 59.92 8
17 California 59.27 17
18 Oklahoma 53.57 14
19 Oklahoma State 50.06 60
20 Kansas State 49.58
21 North Carolina 49.14 20
22 Washington 44.87 20
23 UCLA 44.17 47
24 Baylor 43.58 26
25 Arizona State 43.00 7

 

Women’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings

2011 Preseason – January 6

next ranking: January 25 (Week 1)
Rank School Points 2010 FINAL
1 Oregon 186.54 1
2 Texas A&M 154.07 5
3 LSU 122.90 3
4 Tennessee 100.29 2
5 Clemson 97.56 7
6 Arkansas 91.64 15
7 Auburn 88.42 6
8 West Virginia 84.74 10
9 Southern Illinois 79.64 20
10 Oklahoma 78.51 21
11 Villanova 68.33 17
12 BYU 66.79 14
13 Florida State 60.25 7
14 Arizona 55.38 15
15 Texas Tech 54.13 34
16 Texas 54.03 42
17 Nebraska 53.51 27
18 Louisville 52.03 21
19 Penn State 47.13 13
20 South Carolina 43.84 19
21 Georgetown 42.77 34
22 TCU 42.47 28
23 Ohio State 42.24 52
24 Washington 39.06 28
25 Miami (Fla.) 38.99 36