Final National Team Rankings Announced Ahead of NCAA Division I Indoor Championships
Florida’s men and Oregon’s men have combined to win NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field national team titles in five of the past six seasons.
If the final National Team Computer Rankings released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Monday hold to form, that streak will likely extend to six of the past seven.
NEW ORLEANS – Astonishingly, the SEC – arguably the nation’s best conference in women’s NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field – has only won one indoor national team championship in the last nine years. Oregon has taken the last five, and Tennessee‘s win in 2009 was preceded by a trio of titles from Arizona State and Texas.
That pattern looks to come to an end at this weekend’s NCAA Division I Indoor Championships, March 13-14 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, as the SEC has the top four teams in the final computer rankings of the 2015 indoor season.