Mid-Major Top 50



Mid-Major Top 50 The Ivy League leads the First CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major Ranking.  Now in its 12th year, the Mid-Major Rankings serve to provide an objective point system to compare teams that do not benefit from large scale football or basketball conferences or those teams that provide fewer than one-half of the allowable scholarships under the NCAA rules.

This year's ranking system utilizes CollegeSwimming.com's Power Points in lieu of team-submitted entries.  The ranking accounts for teams' top performances over the preceding month and is the only objective ranking of swimming for NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, NAIA, and NJCAA. (Read More at our Point FAQ.)  

Conferences include: America East, Atlantic 10, Big East, CCSA, Colonial, Conference USA, Horizon League, Ivy League, MAAC, Mid-American, Missouri Valley, MPSF, Northeast, Patriot League, and WAC.

Women  
Men
Rank School Points
1 Columbia 931.04
2 Princeton 917.11
3 Harvard 915.19
4 Towson 913.33
5 Penn 906.89
6 East Carolina 885.63
7 UC-Santa Barbara 884.22
8 Denver 877.70
9 Rice University 877.56
10 Western Kentucky 869.48
11 Miami-OH 869.33
12 Rutgers 863.04
13 Liberty 858.89
14 Florida Gulf Coast 854.37
15 Eastern Michigan 844.89
16 Yale 836.44
17 UC-Davis 829.33
18 James Madison 820.67
19 Brown University 808.67
20 New Hampshire 808.3
21 Hawaii 805.7
22 Oakland 803.85
23 Northeastern 800.3
24 Dartmouth College 796.3
25 Fordham University 795.7
26 William and Mary 795.7
27 San Jose State University 792.22
28 Cornell University 785.19
29 Boston University 784.37
30 Toledo 783.85
31 Bowling Green 779.7
32 Brigham Young 774.74
33 Richmond 758.59
34 Villanova University 755.19
35 CSU-Bakersfield 739.70
36 Air Force 733.85
37 Navy 732.30
38 Southern Illinois 731.48
39 George Mason 730.00
40 Illinois State 729.85
41 Bucknell 723.56
42 Connecticut 721.7
43 Delaware 717.41
44 Florida International 716.44
45 Pacific 715.33
46 UW-Milwaukee 714.07
47 Northern Arizona 710.96
48 Lehigh University 710.67
49 Tulane University 708.81
50 San Diego  
703.63

Rank School Points
1 Princeton 892.81
2 UC-Santa Barbara 859.11
3 Denver 847.63
4 Columbia 844.74
5 Hawaii 838.96
6 Penn 837.33
7 Yale 814.96
8 Eastern Michigan 794.96
9 Western Kentucky 791.04
10 Bucknell 758.89
11 Missouri State 756.44
12 Brigham Young 742.3
13 Connecticut 741.11
14 Buffalo 739.33
15 Brown University 736.3
16 Miami-OH 729.26
17 Towson 728.59
18 Navy 721.93
19 Oakland 721.11
20 William and Mary 719.63
21 Cal Poly SLO 719.41
22 Grand Canyon 713.78
23 UNC-Wilmington 713.19
24 East Carolina 712.74
25 Pacific 712.22
26 George Mason 689.48
27 Southern Illinois 664.52
28 CSU-Bakersfield 659.48
29 Cleveland State 643.56
30 Army 640.67
31 Lehigh University 626.96
32 Charleston 626.67
33 Delaware 620.74
34 Old Dominion 618.59
35 Saint Bonaventure 606.00
36 Wright State 599.56
37 Boston University 598.00
38 Fordham University 582.89
39 Cincinnati 582.81
40 Massachusetts 568.15
41 Cornell University 563.85
42 UMBC 560.44
43 North Dakota 558.74
44 Davidson College 549.33
45 La Salle 543.26
46 UW-Milwaukee 541.93
47 Saint Louis 540.59
48 Georgetown University 526.37
49 Gardner-Webb 524.15
50 South Dakota State 523.70

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