Mid-Major: Navy Men, Miami Women Remain on Top



Mid-Major: Navy Men, Miami Women Remain on Top With the conference season getting into full steam the final-regular season CSCAA Mid-Major Division I Dual-Meet Rankings have been released.  Miami (OH)'s women and the Navy Midshipmen continue to lead the rankings which use lineups as submitted by each respective coaching staff.  Sixty-one women's and forty-one men's teams submitted entries.

The Redhawks continue to lead despite big point gains by second- and third-ranked Princeton and Harvard.  Princeton won their showdown with the Crimson in the annual H-Y-P Invite just a week ago. 

On the men's side Navy continues to lead following their 167-133 win over third-ranked Princeton.  The Tigers also fell to Harvard, though neither program updated their lineups in the latest polling period.  One more ranking will be released this season on March 7th following the last of the conference championships. 

The Mid-Major rankings use an objective point system to compare teams’ relative strength in a traditional dual meet lineup as submitted by participating teams.  The ranking 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.  Teams must have submitted entries within the first two polling periods to be eligible for the final ranking.  Entries should be submitted to Randy Horner at Florida International University.

Poll Date: February 15, 2011




Women's Rankings

Men's Rankings
Rank Prev Team Points
Rank Prev Team Points
1 1 Miami-Ohio 259.6
1 1 Navy 253.6
2 2 Princeton 256.7
2 20 Oakland 239.8
3 3 Harvard 252.1
3 2 Princeton 238.7
4 4 Denver 243.3
4 3 CS-Bakersfield 230.3
5 29 Oakland 242.9
5 4 Cleveland State 229.8
6 5 Navy 241.9
6 5 Denver 229.0
7 6 San Jose State 240.2
7 6 UMBC 228.6
8 7 Western Kentucky 239.4
8 7 Western Kentucky 228.5
9 8 Cal Poly 237.1
9 10 Army 227.5
10 9 Boston University 237.0
10 8 Southern Illinois 225.4
11 10 Towson 236.6
11 9 Columbia 224.9
12 34 Dartmouth 235.9
12 24 Cal Santa Barbara 224.4
13 11 Florida Gulf Coast 235.0
13 11 UW-Milwaukee 224.4
14 23 Cal Santa Barbara 233.9
14 12 Massachusetts 224.2
15 12 North Texas 233.2
15 14 Missouri State 221.9
16 19 UNC Wilmington 231.1
16 18 Delaware 221.4
17 13 UMBC 229.3
17 13 Boston University 220.7
18 17 New Mexico State 228.5
18 15 Cal Poly 219.6
19 14 UW-Milwaukee 228.2
19 16 La Salle 218.8
20 15 Cleveland State 228.1
20 NR Cornell 218.4
21 24 Fresno State 227.1
21 17 UNC Wilmington 217.6
22 16 UC Davis 226.6
22 19 St. Bonaventure 212.9
23 20 Missouri State 226.1
23 21 Bucknell 210.8
24 25 New Hampshire 226.0
24 22 Harvard 210.5
25 18 James Madison 225.3
25 23 Rider 208.5
Also Receiving Votes:

Also Receiving Votes:
Toledo 224.7, Delaware 224.4, San Diego 224.2, Eastern Michigan 224.0, Cornell 223.6, Bucknell 222.8, Davidson 222.4, Tulane 220.6, Illinois State 220.2, La Salle 219.3, Sothern Illinois 218.5, Massachusetts 217.5, Fordham 217.4, Evansville 217.1, Florida International 215.2, Richmond 213.1, Marist 212.1, William and Mary 211.5, Georgia Southern 209.4, Binghamton 208.6, Army 208.1, Vermont 207.9, Wright State 205.5, South Dakota State 204.1, South Dakota   203.8, Pacific 202.5, St. Francis 201.6, Drexel 198.8, Loyola 198.7, George Washington 198.7, St. Bonaventure 198.5, Niagara 196.5, South Dakota 196.3, Siena 194.6, Xavier 194.6, Boston College 192.3, Mount Saint Mary 182.8, Northern Iowa 182.6
Drexel 206.6, Dartmouth 204.2, Binghamton 203.3, Eastern Michigan 202.0, Loyola 201.8, Niagara 201.5, Evansville 199.8, Marist 198.8, William and Mary 197.8, Davidson 195.8, South Dakota State 192.9, Pacific 192.0, Xavier 191.9, Towson 186.3, Fordham 185.7, Boston College 185.2, Eastern Illinois 184.0, South Dakota   182.6, George Washington 176.2










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