Status Quo Remains In Place In NCAA DI Women’s ITF Rankings

Status Quo Remains In Place In NCAA DI Women’s ITF Rankings

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NEW ORLEANS — Not much has changed in the USTFCCCA National Team Computer Rankings when it comes to the order of women’s teams in NCAA Division I.

NCAA Division I National Team Rankings Top 5 – Women

1)Florida 2)Texas A&M 3)Oregon 4)Texas A&M 5)Florida
Oregon Arkansas Georgia USC Florida
208.12 pts 190.77 pts 166.20 pts 120.18 pts 91.23 pts
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The top-4 in the most recent rankings released Monday remained the same from the preseason — No. 1 Oregon, No. 2 Arkansas, No. 3 Georgia and No. 4 Southern California.

The Ducks are still in a class of their own as the only team with more than 200 points (208.12, to be exact), while the Razorbacks cracked 190. The Bulldogs and Women of Troy are further behind having not eclipsed the 170-point plateau yet.

Florida jumped into the top-5 for the first time this season and Texas fell to No. 6.

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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 current 2017 campaign. Marks from the outdoor season are not included, nor are marks from incoming freshmen recorded in high school.

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.

Oregon and Arkansas both gained more than 12 points in the rankings thanks to efforts from the past two weeks. The Ducks watched Sasha Wallace take over the national lead in the 60 hurdles on January 14, while the Razorbacks pushed ahead after Tori Weeks vaulted in position right behind her sister Lexi with a clearance of 4.43m (14-6¼) this past weekend.

The Gators were aided by Lloydricia Cameron’s effort in the shot put. Cameron launched the orb 17.47m (57-3¾) this past weekend and is No. 6 in the USTFCCCA Individual Rankings.

Baylor is now in the top-10 after Aaliyah Miller’s 2:03.43 OT in the 800. Miller moved up to 4th on the USTFCCCA Individual Rankings and the Bears are ranked in the top-10 for the first time since Week 7 in 2015.

Michigan (No. 12 to No. 11), Miami (Fla.) (No. 14 to No. 13) and NC State (No. 16 to No. 15) all trended upward, as did Ole Miss (No. 21 to No. 16). The Rebels were helped out by JUCO transfer Janeah Stewart who is No. 5 in the weight throw according to the USTFCCCA Individual Rankings.

We’ll find out who steps up in a major way come March 10-11 in College Station, Texas. That’s when the 2017 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships will be held.


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

2017 Week #1 — January 23

next ranking: January 30
Rank Institution Points Conference Head Coach (Yr) Last Week
1 Oregon 208.12 MPSF Robert Johnson (5th) 1
2 Arkansas 190.77 SEC Lance Harter (27th) 2
3 Georgia 166.20 SEC Petros Kyprianou (2nd) 3
4 Southern California 120.18 MPSF Caryl Smith Gilbert (4th) 4
5 Florida 91.23 SEC Mike Holloway (10th) 6
6 Texas 88.25 Big 12 Mario Sategna (4th) 5
7 LSU 87.48 SEC Dennis Shaver (13th) 7
8 Kentucky 79.75 SEC Edrick Floreal (5th) 8
9 Baylor 69.04 Big 12 Todd Harbour (12th) 13
10 Notre Dame 67.96 ACC Alan Turner (3rd) 9
11 Michigan 55.74 Big Ten James Henry (32nd) 12
12 Purdue 53.77 Big Ten Rolando Greene (5th) 10
13 Miami (Fla.) 52.45 ACC Amy Deem (27th) 14
14 Oklahoma State 51.17 Big 12 Dave Smith (8th) 11
15 NC State 49.72 ACC Rollie Geiger (33rd) 16
16 Ole Miss 49.65 SEC Connie Price-Smith (2nd) 21
17 Tennessee 45.45 SEC Beth Alford-Sullivan (3rd) 15
18 Boise State 45.43 Mountain West Corey Ihmels (4th) 20
19 Kansas State 44.90 Big 12 Cliff Rovelto (25th) 18
20 Georgetown 42.49 Big East Julie Culley 17
21 Washington 41.19 MPSF Greg Metcalf (15th) 19
22 Alabama 39.87 SEC Dan Waters (6th) 22
23 Stanford 36.19 MPSF Chris Miltenberg (5th) 23
24 South Carolina 34.46 SEC Curtis Frye (21st) 24
25 Cincinnati 34.27 American Susan Seaton (4th) 29
dropped out: No. 25 Oklahoma
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Women’s Conference Index Top 10
Rank Conference Points Top 25 Teams
1 SEC 861.91 9
2 MPSF 506.05 4
3 ACC 300.10 3
4 Big 12 299.24 4
5 Big Ten 267.50 2
6 Mountain West 109.27 1
7 Big East 67.73 1
8 Sun Belt 46.54
9 Mid-American 43.66
10 American 39.60 1


Women’s Regional Index Leaders
Region Institution Points Last Week
Great Lakes Purdue 339.23
Mid-Atlantic Penn State 385.69
Midwest Kansas State 343.44
Mountain Texas Tech 363.27
Northeast Connecticut 299.78
South Georgia 319.23
South Central Texas A&M 437.44
Southeast Kentucky 442.96
West Southern California 412.52
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