Freshman Emma Nunn will help lead the 15th-ranked Tar Heels into the ACC Championships Wednesday.
Freshman Emma Nunn will help lead the 15th-ranked Tar Heels into the ACC Championships Wednesday.
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Tar Heel Women Ranked 15th in CSCAA Poll
Release: 02/18/2013

The University of North Carolina women's swimming and diving team is ranked 15th in the final College Swimming Coaches Association of America regular-season rankings heading into this week's Atlantic Coast Conference Championships.

Action in the ACC Championships begin Wednesday night in Greensboro, N.C., as the Tar Heels seek to claim their first ACC team title since 2007.  Three ACC teams–Virginia, North Carolina and Florida State–stand in the final CSCAA Top 25 ratings.

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Division I Team Rankings are voted on by nine CSCAA-member coaches and one media member.   The rankings will be released on a regular basis throughout the 2012-13 season, alternating weeks between a men's and women's team ranking.  This is the final ranking of the women's teams this season.

The CSCAA DI Poll Committee produced in-season rankings of the 25 best performing NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving teams in rank order at the time of each poll.  The poll is not designed to predict the result of the NCAA Championship, but rather which teams would win head-to-head against other teams in the country. Ranking are based on performances that have taken place since the previous poll and include invites as well as dual meets.

NCAA Division 1 Women's Swimming and Diving Ranking as of February 18, 2013 (Final Regular Season Ranking)
(School, record, previous rank)

1.      Southern California, (10-1, Pac 12 6-1)¸1

2.      California, (7-2, Pac 12 4-2)¸2

3.      Auburn, (7-0, SEC 4-0)¸3

4.      Stanford, (7-2, Pac 12 4-1)¸2

5.      Florida, (3-4, SEC 2-3)¸8

6.      Arizona, (10-4, Pac 12 4-3), 5

7.      Tennessee, (8-1, SEC 3-1)¸4

8.      Georgia, (10-1, SEC 6-1)¸6

9.      Texas, (6-3, Big 12 1-0)¸10

10.    Texas A&M, (9-1, SEC 3-1)¸9

11.    Virginia, (9-0, ACC 2-0)¸11

12.    Minnesota, (10-0, Big Ten 6-0), T16

13.    Indiana, (5-4, Big Ten 2-1)¸13

14.    UCLA, (11-3, Pac 12 5-3)¸12

15.    North Carolina, (5-2, ACC 3-1)¸14

16.  Louisville, (4-2, Big East 2-0)¸15

17.  Wisconsin, (7-7, Big Ten 4-3)¸T19

T18. Arkansas, (10-1, SEC 3-1)¸18

T18. Notre Dame, (4-4, Big East1-1)¸T19

20.  Ohio State, (10-2, Big Ten 3-1)¸21

21.  Michigan, (5-4, Big Ten 4-2)¸T16

T22. Harvard, (9-0, Ivy 7-0)¸NR

T22. Florida State, (13-1, ACC5-0)¸21

24.  Penn State, (6-2, Big Ten 1-0)¸24

25.  Arizona State, (5-5, Pac 12 2-5)¸23

 Also receiving votes: Princeton, SMU, N.C. State, Purdue, Utah, Missouri

 CSCAA Women's Division 1 Team Ranking Committee

Chair: Matt Barany, University of Richmond; Arthur Albiero, University of Louisville; Roric Fink, University of Texas; Kristin Hill/Justin Brosseau, Boise State University; Jason Marsteller, Swimming World; Sue Novitsky, University of Illinois; Ned Skinner, Virginia Tech; Brian Smith, University of Georgia; Greg Winslow, University of Utah; Suzanne Yee, Princeton University


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