Minimal Movement In NCAA DIII Men’s ITF Rankings

Minimal Movement In NCAA DIII Men’s ITF Rankings

NEW ORLEANS — Nearly two months have elapsed since the start of the NCAA Division III indoor track & field season and little has changed according to the National Team Computer Rankings as it pertains to the men’s billing.

NCAA Division III National Team Rankings Top 5 – Men

1)Florida 2)Florida 3)Oregon 4)Texas A&M 5)Texas
UW-La Crosse MIT Benedictine (Ill.) UW- Whitewater SUNY Cortland
137.45 pts 131.63 pts 100.53 pts 95.64 pts 88.88 pts
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The most recent rankings, which were released Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), still show the same top-5 as the preseason with a few adjustments.

UW-La Crosse remains the No. 1 team in the land and is followed by No. 2 MIT. Benedictine (Ill.) surged from No. 5 to No. 3 and swapped spots with SUNY Cortland. UW-Whitewater didn’t move at all and is still locked in at No. 4.

Both Eagle teams (UW-La Crosse and Benedictine (Ill.)) as well as the Engineers are the only three teams to have eclipsed the 100-point barrier this week.

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Scores were determined by using preseason event rankings that include the top marks of recent NCAA indoor track & field seasons by returning student-athletes and the top marks of the young 2017 campaign. Marks from the outdoor season are not included, nor are marks from incoming freshmen.

The closer an athlete is to the top of his or her event rankings, the more points he or she earns toward the team total. Points from all applicable athletes are added up to determine team scores.

The point system used in the rankings is not the same as the scoring system used for the NCAA Championships.

Elsewhere in the rankings, North Central (Ill.) moved up three spots from No. 10 to No. 7. The Cardinals, already in a solid spot with top pole vaulter Luke Winder, saw several other athletes climb into the top-15 of their respective events.

One of the biggest jumps this week belonged to Christopher Newport. The Captains went from No. 30 to No. 14 primarily thanks to Wesley Shrieves. The junior soared 7.25m (23-9½) in the long jump and is currently No. 3 in the USTFCCA Rankings.

Other than Christopher Newport and North Central (Ill.), the only other team to climb more than two spots was Rowan. The Owls were 18th in the preseason but are now 15th.

Just a few weeks remain until marks from previous seasons are removed and we’ll see who the true No. 1 of 2017 is after that. And in less than seven weeks, we’ll see who will be crowned NCAA Division III team champion at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships held in Naperville, Illinois.


Men’s Indoor Track & Field National Team Computer Rankings (Top 25)

2017 Week #1 — January 24

next ranking: January 31
Rank Institution Points Conference Head Coach (Yr) Last Week
1 UW-La Crosse 137.45 WIAC Josh Buchholtz (9th) 1
2 MIT 131.63 NEWMAC Halston Taylor (27th) 2
3 Benedictine (Ill.) 100.53 NACC Kevin Paterson (3rd) 5
4 UW-Whitewater 95.64 WIAC Mike Johnson (8th) 4
5 SUNY Cortland 88.88 SUNYAC Steve Patrick (10th) 3
6 UW-Eau Claire 85.61 WIAC Chip Schneider (15th) 6
7 North Central (Ill.) 84.01 CCIW Frank Gramarosso (7th) 10
8 Wesley 83.85 CAC Stephen Kimes (5th) 7
9 UW-Stevens Point 76.27 WIAC Rick Witt (38th) 9
10 Widener 75.36 Middle Atlantic Vince Touey (30th) 8
11 UW-Oshkosh 61.41 WIAC Ben Dorsey (2nd) 12
12 UW-Platteville 54.08 WIAC Chris Rotzenberg (5th) 11
13 Augustana (Ill.) 52.32 CCIW Paul Olsen (48th) 13
14 Christopher Newport 50.58 CAC Tyler Wingard (11th) 30
15 Rowan 44.12 NJAC Dustin Dimit (3rd) 18
16 Ramapo 43.81 NJAC Justina Cassavell (2nd) 16
17 Tufts 43.76 NESCAC Joel Williams (2nd) 15
18 Washington (Mo.) 43.50 UAA Jeff Stiles (16th) 17
19 Williams 42.76 NESCAC Ethan Barron (2nd) 20
20 Monmouth (Ill.) 41.81 Midwest Conference Roger Haynes (34th) 19
21 Mount Union 41.06 OAC Kevin Lucas (7th) 14
22 Puget Sound 40.36 Northwest Conference Mike Orechia (20th) 21
23 Aurora 39.23 NACC Brandon Sturman (1st) 24
24 UW-Stout 36.90 WIAC Kyle Steiner (4th) 22
25 Stockton 34.18 NJAC Jayson Resch (5th) 23
dropped out: No. 25 SUNY Geneseo
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Men’s Conference Index Top 10
Rank Conference Points Top 25 Teams
1 WIAC 577.06 7
2 NESCAC 231.09 2
3 CCIW 183.46 2
4 SUNYAC 180.04 1
5 NEWMAC 154.71 1
6 CAC 154.53 2
7 NACC 144.34 2
8 NJAC 141.59 3
9 MIAC 125.14
10 UAA 119.63 1


Men’s Regional Ranking Leaders
Region Institution Points Last Week
Atlantic Rowan 349.49
Central St. Thomas (Minn.) 382.99
Great Lakes Mount Union 393.46
Mideast Johns Hopkins 335.97
Midwest North Central (Ill.) 413.29
New England MIT 412.22
South/Southeast Christopher Newport 764.91
West Whitworth 390.21
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2018 Rankings Calendar
Weeks National RankingsRegional Rankings KEY DATES
PreseasonWed 1/10
Dec. 1: First contest allowed
Week 1Mon 1/22
Mon 1/22
Week 2Mon 1/29
Mon 1/29
Week 3Mon 2/5
Mon 2/5
Week 4Mon 2/12
Mon 2/12
Feb. 15-17: Conference Championships
Week 5Mon 2/19
Mon 2/19
Feb. 23-25: Conference Championships
Week 6Mon 2/26
Mon 2/26
Week 7Mon 3/5
Mon 3/5
March 9-10: NCAA Championships (College Station, Texas)
FINAL ResultsSat 3/10

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REGIONAL: 2018 | All-Time