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New Swimming Rankings Released Tuesday
Release: 12/04/2012

Tuesday was bonus day in the world of college swimming and diving polls as the new men's rankings from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America and CollegeSwimming.com were both released.

Their is some divergence in the polls as UNC's men were ranked 22nd by the CSCAA but eight spots higher at 16th by CollegeSwimming.com.  The women moved up 12 spots in the latest CollegeSwimming.com poll.

COLLEGE SWIMMING.COM WOMEN'S POLL

1. Georgia; 2. Southern California; 3. California; 4. Florida; 5. Texas A&M; 6. Stanford; 7. Arizona; 8. Texas; 9. Virginia; 10. Auburn; 11. Penn State; 12. North Carolina; 13. UCLA; 14. Missouri; 15. Indiana; 16. Arkansas; 17. Arizona State; 18. Minnesota;  19. Ohio State; 20. Southern Methodist; 21. Notre Dame; 22. Louisville; 23. Florida State; 24. Michigan; 25. Harvard.

COLLEGE SWIMMING.COM MEN'S POLL

1. Arizona; 2. Michigan; 3. California; 4. Florida; 5. Southern California; 6. Texas; 7. Stanford; 8. Ohio State; 9. Georgia; 10. Missouri; 11. Auburn; 12. Florida State; 13. Louisville; 14. Virginia; 15. Penn State; 16. North Carolina; 17. Iowa; 18. Notre Dame; 19. Virginia Tech; 20. UNLV; 21. Louisiana State; 22. Princeton; 23. Oakland;  24. Wisconsin; 25. Georgia Tech.

College Swimming Coaches Association of America

NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Ranking as of December 4, 2012

(Current rank, record, previous rank)

 1.      Michigan, (4-0, Big Ten 3-0), 1

2.      California, (2-0, Pac 12 0-0), 3

3.      Arizona, (3-1, Pac 12 0-1), 13

4.      Texas, (1-1, Big 12 0-0), 4

5.      Southern California, (3-0, Pac 12 2-0), 6

6.      Ohio State, (4-0, Big Ten 0-0)¸10

7.      Florida, (4-0, SEC 3-0)¸5

8.      Stanford, (1-0, Pac 12 0-0), 2

9.      Auburn, (3-0, SEC 3-0), 16

10.  Indiana, (4-2, Big Ten 1-1), 7

11.  Minnesota, (2-1, Big Ten 2-1), 8

12.  Georgia, (3-1, SEC 1-1), 11

13.  Florida State, (5-2, ACC 1-1), 25

14.  Missouri, (3-1, SEC 1-1), NR

15.  Virginia, (4-1, ACC 0-0), 9

16.  Louisville, (1-2, Big East 0-1), 15

17.  Virginia Tech, (6-1, ACC 3-1), 17

18.  Iowa, (1-1, Big Ten 1-1)¸21

19.  LSU, (2-1, SEC 1-1), 14

T20. Notre Dame, (5-0, Big East2-0)¸19

T20. Penn State, (2-2, Big Ten0-1)¸23

22.  North Carolina, (3-0, ACC 1-0), 17

23.  UNLV, (3-2, MWC 1-0), NR

24.  Georgia Tech, (1-2, ACC 0-1), NR

25.  Denver, (1-2, WAC 0-0)¸NR

Also receiving votes: South Carolina, North Carolina State, Princeton, Arizona State

CSCAA Men’s Division 1 Team Ranking Committee

Chair: Bill Roberts, United States Naval Academy; Steve Fletcher, Rider University; James Holder, Georgetown University; Braden Holloway, North Carolina State University; Jason Marsteller, Swimming World Magazine; McGee Moody, University of South Carolina; Vic Riggs, West Virginia University; Dan Ross, Purdue University; Brian Schrader, Denver University


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