Towson, Navy Lead Mid-Major Ranking



Towson, Navy Lead Mid-Major Ranking A familiar face and new upstart top the first CSCAA/CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major ranking of the year.  The US Naval Academy, champions of the 2008 and 2009 Mid-Major season, lead the mens ranking while Towson University sits atop the women's ranking for the first time in school history. 

Full Ranking

The Mid-Major ranking uses is available to those institutions that a) are not members of a BCS conference or Mountain West Conference, or b) provide fewer than one-half of the allowable scholarships under the NCAA rules.

A record fifty-seven schools submitted entries in the first ranking of the season.  Future release dates are scheduled for December 15, January 12, February 9 and March 9.


Women's Ranking



Men's Ranking
1 Towson 234.8
1 Navy 233.0
2 Miami-Ohio 231.9
2 Columbia 220.9
3 Princeton 229.5
3 Denver 216.5
4 Western Kentucky 227.2
4 Western Kentucky 215.9
5 San Jose State 227.2
5 Cleveland State 214.5
6 Florida Gulf Coast 226.7
6 UNC Wilmington 214.0
7 UC Davis 226.6
7 Princeton 213.7
8 Boston University 225.8
8 UMBC 213.7
9 James Madison 225.3
9 Delaware 212.0
10 Navy 225.1
10 Cal State Bakersfield 211.3
11 UNC Wilmington 225.1
11 Missouri State 210.9
12 Denver 225.0
12 Oakland 210.8
13 Toledo 224.7
13 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 210.7
14 Cal Poly 224.2
14 Cal Poly 210.6
15 Harvard 224.0
15 La Salle 210.5
16 Eastern Michigan 224.0
16 Harvard 210.5
17 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 221.6
17 Umass 209.8
18 New Mexico State 221.4
18 St. Bonaventure 207.9
19 Oakland 220.5
19 Boston University 207.6
20 New Hampshire 218.7
20 Drexel 206.6
21 Dartmouth 218.6
21 Dartmouth 204.2
22 Fresno State 217.7
22 Bucknell 202.2
23 Fordham 217.4
23 Eastern Michigan 202.0
24 Delaware 217.2
24 Loyola  201.9
25 UMBC 216.3
25 Binghamton 200.4

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