Collegiate Men's Dual Meet Rankings, Week 5

COLLEGIATE MEN’S DUAL MEET RANKINGS

Arkansas Stays In The Driver's Seat

 

(by Jesse Squire)

(February 11)

 

Chris Bucknam’s Arkansas Razorbacks are in the driver’s seat, still holding onto the men’s dual lead. With just one weekend left to go, the top 3 teams are the same as they were in our previous iteration.

 

The complete rankings:

 

Rank

Team (record)

Last Week

1.

Arkansas (3-0)

1

2.

Texas A&M (2-0)

2

3.

Nebraska (3-0)

3

4.

Akron (2-0)

6

5.

LSU (1-1)

4

6.

Wisconsin (1-0)

14

7.

Kansas State (4-0)

8

8.

Eastern Michigan (4-0)

9

9.

Texas (0-1)

10

10.

Michigan State (3-0)

7

11.

Purdue (3-0)

5

12.

Kent State (0-1)

13

13.

Texas Tech (0-2)

11

14.

Indiana State (6-0)

18

15.

Notre Dame (2-1)

16

16.

Iowa (3-0)

12

17.

Navy (2-0)

19

18.

Air Force (3-1)

15

19.

Indiana (0-1)

17

20.

Princeton (0-1)

NR

dropped out: Harvard

 

The biggest move upwards in the rankings were made by Wisconsin, buoyed by strong marks recorded while winning the Armory Collegiate Invitational.

 

Regional rankings were released yesterday at DailyRelay.com. To be eligible for ranking, a team must compete in at least one scored meet between four or fewer teams during the indoor season.

 

Only one major “dual meet” remains during the indoor season, the 60th edition of the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet on Saturday at Yale’s historic Coxe Cage.