COLLEGIATE WOMEN’S INDOOR DUAL MEET RANKINGS

Texas A&M Wins For The Third Time

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compiled by Jesse Squire
(February 13, 2018)

pat henryTexas A&M has won its third indoor dual meet championship, all in even-numbered years (’18, ’16 & ’14). Coach Pat Henry’s Aggies did it mainly on the strength of a victory in a quadrangular over #3 Texas, #12 Baylor, and #17 Arizona State.

Last year’s indoor champions, the Minnesota Golden Gophers, finished the season at #2 after defeating arch-rival #10 Wisconsin for a fourth straight year. Texas finished strongly, filling the #3 position in moving up 5 positions from the previous rating.

The big prize, though, is the season-long comprehensive indoor/outdoor dual meet championship. The first of those rankings will be released in late March and the overall crown decided after the last of the dual meet action in early May.

The Complete Indoor Women’s Rankings:

(To be ranked, a team must compete in one or more dual meets (defined as a scored meet between 4 or fewer teams) during the indoor season. Teams are ranked on wins and losses, marks, and strength and depth of dual meet schedule. Teams are rewarded for taking dual meet competition seriously.)

Rank Team Record Last Week
1 Texas A&M (3-0) 1
2 Minnesota (1-0) 2
3 Texas (2-1) 8
4 Ohio State (3-0) 5
5 Arkansas (2-1) 6
6 Kansas State (4-0) 3
7 Tennessee (1-0) 4
8 Indiana (0-1) 7
9 North Carolina (3-0) 9
10 Wisconsin (0-1) 10
11 Nebraska (3-0) 11
12 Baylor (1-2) 15
13 BYU (3-0) 12
14 Louisville (3-0) 14
15 Michigan (1-2) 20
16 Dartmouth (8-0) 13
17 Arizona State (0-3) 23
18 Houston (2-1) 16
19 Kansas (2-3) 17
20 Eastern Michigan (3-0) 18
21 Duke (2-1) 19
22 Indiana State (1-0) 21
23 NC State (1-3) 22
24 Kent State (4-0) 24
25 Akron (0-1) 25

Major Dual Meet Scores

February 3 @ Annapolis: Army 94½–Navy 86½

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