COLLEGIATE MEN’S INDOOR DUAL MEET RANKINGS

Third Title In 6 Years For Texas A&M

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compiled by Jesse Squire
(February 13, 2018)

pat henryAs on the women’s side of the competition, Texas A&M won a third men’s indoor dual meet championship, in this case adding to titles from ’13 and ’16. They did it by winning a home quadrangular that included #2 Texas, and by recording top-50 marks in 10 of the 14 standard dual meet events.

The Aggies also swept the two indoor dual meet crowns in ’16.

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 Men’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 Texas (2-1) 6
3 Michigan (3-0) 4
4 Ohio State (2-1) 5
5 Nebraska (3-0) 7
6 Tennessee (0-0-1) 2
7 Indiana (0-0-1) 3
8 Arkansas (1-2) 16
9 Houston (2-1) 9
10 Minnesota (1-0) 8
11 Louisville (3-0) 10
12 Illinois (3-3) 11
13 Kansas (2-3) 13
14 Wichita State (4-1) 14
15 Air Force (2-1) 15
16 Kent State (1-0) 12
17 Navy (2-0) 17
18 Princeton (0-1) 18
19 BYU (1-2) 19
20 Akron (0-1) 21
21 Kansas State (0-2) 22
22 Colorado State (0-3) 23
23 Wisconsin (0-1) 20
24 Army (0-1) 24
25 North Carolina (3-0) not ranked
  Dropped out: Monmouth

Major Dual Meet Scores

February 3 @ Annapolis: Navy 97–Army 84

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