Top-Five In NCAA DI Women’s ITF Rankings Remain Intact

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NEW ORLEANS — Not much changed amongst the elite Division I women’s indoor track and field squads, as the top five programs – Oregon, Arkansas, Georgia, Southern California and Florida – remained in place in Monday’s rankings that were released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

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
220.86 pts 181.50 pts 169.36 pts 125.08 pts 95.70 pts
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With that being said, each team did lose a little ground in the USTFCCCA National Team Computer Rankings based off the NCAA Division I Descending Order Lists with just five weeks remaining until the start of the 2017 NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field Championships. Oregon weighs in at a whopping 220.86 points, but lost almost 15 over the week. Arkansas (181.50), Georgia (169.36), Southern California (125.08) and Florida (95.70) each lost single-digit points on the week.

Making a slight jump in points was Kentucky, which resulted in a two-spot move in the polls for the Wildcats. Kentucky moved from eighth to sixth after picking up a shade over 17 points in the Computer Rankings over the week.

Fifth-year head coach Edrick Floreal can thank the likes of Kianna Gray, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn and Jacklyn Howell for their performances at last weekend’s 42nd Annual Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational for the rankings boost. Gray ran a 7.26 in the 60 meters in Lincoln, Nebraska, while Howell posted a time of 8.15 in the 60 hurdles. Camacho-Quinn was outstanding for the Wildcats over the weekend, as the sophomore notched a 23.44 in the 200 meters and a 8.03 in the 60 hurdles.


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Michigan made its debut in the top-10 on the season, as the Wolverines saw a slight increase in the Computer Rankings to jump from 12th to 10th. A pair of upperclassmen in Gina Sereno and Jamie Morrissey can be attributed with the rise for the Wolverines, as they both notched increases in the mile run at the Meyo Invitational.

Ole Miss made a huge jump in the rankings on the week, moving up four spots to 11th place. The throws department of the squad came through big time at the New Mexico Classic over the weekend, as juniors Janeah Stewart (21.86 meters) and Raven Saunders (21.67 meters) posted stellar weight throw marks. Additionally, Stewart posted a shot put toss of 16.81 meters at the meet.

The most significant jump in the polls on the week belonged to Kansas State. Cliff Rovelto’s squad saw a five-spot jump thanks in part to Nina Schultz, as the rookie scored 4,271 points in the pentathlon at the 42nd Annual Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational. Shultz’s mark is good for third in all of Division I.

Rounding out the top-10 on the week are LSU (seventh, 87.14 points), Texas (eighth, 83.43 points) and Notre Dame (10th, 65.44 points).

There was quite a bit of shakeup in the mid-section of the polls, as Baylor fell two spots to 12th, Boise State dropped three spots to 14th, Miami (Fla.) fell one spot to 15th and Purdue plummeted three spots to 16th.

Alabama saw a three-spot increase to 17th for that program’s highest mark since placing 15th during the second week of the 2016 season. North Carolina State and Oklahoma State both dropped two spots to 18th and 19th, respectively, while Penn State fell one spot to 20th.

Wrapping up the top-25 were Tennessee, Washington, Georgetown, Harvard and Oklahoma.

The 2017 NCAA Division I Track & Field Championships will be held in College Station, Texas, on March 10-11. Be sure to check throughout the season to see how the rankings change between now and then.



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

2017 Week #3 — February 6

next ranking: February 13
Rank Institution Points Conference Head Coach (Yr) Last Week
1 Oregon 220.86 MPSF Robert Johnson (5th) 1
2 Arkansas 181.50 SEC Lance Harter (27th) 2
3 Georgia 169.36 SEC Petros Kyprianou (2nd) 3
4 Southern California 125.08 MPSF Caryl Smith Gilbert (4th) 4
5 Florida 95.70 SEC Mike Holloway (10th) 5
6 Kentucky 90.86 SEC Edrick Floreal (5th) 8
7 LSU 87.14 SEC Dennis Shaver (13th) 7
8 Texas 83.43 Big 12 Mario Sategna (4th) 6
9 Notre Dame 65.44 ACC Alan Turner (3rd) 9
10 Michigan 57.91 Big Ten James Henry (32nd) 12
11 Ole Miss 56.88 SEC Connie Price-Smith (2nd) 15
12 Baylor 55.24 Big 12 Todd Harbour (12th) 10
13 Kansas State 53.89 Big 12 Cliff Rovelto (25th) 18
14 Boise State 52.20 Mountain West Corey Ihmels (4th) 11
15 Miami (Fla.) 50.58 ACC Amy Deem (27th) 14
16 Purdue 49.21 Big Ten Rolando Greene (5th) 13
17 Alabama 49.00 SEC Dan Waters (6th) 20
18 NC State 48.37 ACC Rollie Geiger (33rd) 16
19 Oklahoma State 45.48 Big 12 Dave Smith (8th) 17
20 Penn State 38.53 Big Ten John Gondak (3rd) 19
21 Tennessee 36.69 SEC Beth Alford-Sullivan (3rd) 21
22 Washington 35.52 MPSF Greg Metcalf (15th) 23
23 Georgetown 35.10 Big East Julie Culley (1st) 22
24 Harvard 35.03 Ivy Jason Saretsky (11th) 24
25 Oklahoma 33.70 Big 12 Jim VanHootegem (4th) 27
dropped out: No. 25 New Mexico
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Women’s Conference Index Top 10
Rank Conference Points Top 25 Teams
1 SEC 871.41 8
2 MPSF 504.18 3
3 Big 12 299.27 5
4 ACC 278.46 3
5 Big Ten 271.06 3
6 Mountain West 113.92 1
7 Big East 72.08 1
8 Mid-American 48.23
9 Sun Belt 44.66
10 Ivy 38.48 1


Women’s Regional Index Leaders
Region Institution Points Last Week
Great Lakes Purdue 322.44 1
Mid-Atlantic Penn State 434.45 1
Midwest Kansas State 291.66 1
Mountain Texas Tech 401.73 1
Northeast Harvard 289.44 1
South Georgia 321.96 1
South Central Arkansas 459.36 1
Southeast Kentucky 428.00 1
West Oregon 496.66 1
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Men’s #EventSquad Leaders (Best Foursome in the Country By Event)

Event Institution Squad Average Squad Total
60 Meters Oregon 7.24 28.95
200 Meters Oregon 23.10 1:32.40
400 Meters Southern California 52.86 3:31.42
800 Meters Stanford 2:07.61 8:30.44
Mile Colorado 4:38.88 18:35.50
3000 Meters Michigan 9:21.04 37:24.18
5000 Meters NC State 16:16.23 1:5:04.93
60 Meter Hurdles LSU 8.29 33.15
High Jump Georgia 1.84m 6-½ 7.37m 24-2
Pole Vault Arkansas 4.20m 13-9½ 16.81m 55-1¾
Long Jump Georgia 6.39m 20-11¾ 25.56m 83-10¼
Triple Jump Florida 12.93m 42-5¼ 51.73m 169-8
Shot Put Miami (Ohio) 15.23m 49-11½ 60.91m 199-10
Weight Throw North Dakota State 19.47m 63-10½ 77.87m 255-5
Pentathlon Wichita State 3,988 15,952

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