Princeton University led the men's team rankings. The Tigers, winners of the 2006 and 2007 final rankings, benefited from a strong showing at the Big Al invitational displaced Ivy rival Harvard has been released. Towson University leads the way on the women's side followed closely by San Jose State. For the men, Harvard University edges Ivy rival Princeton for the top spot.
Harvard University's men and Towson University's women led the previous rankings. Both teams remain in the top five with Towson falling to fifth and Harvard to fourth. Harvard, Miami and Princeton round out the top five women's teams while UC-Santa Barbara, Navy and Denver complete the men's top-five.
Now in its 10th year, the Mid-Major Rankings serve to provide an objective point system to compare teams’ relative strength in a traditional dual meet lineup. 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.
|Women's Rankings||Men's Rankings|
|Also Receiving Consideration
||Also Receiving Consideration|
|Fordham, Army, Boston University, UC Davis, Florida International, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota State, Wagoner, Marist, New Hampshire, Dartmouth, Delaware, Fresno State, Davidson, Eastern Michigan, Evansville, Tulane, Vermont, San Diego, Rider, U Mass, Binghamton, Central Connecticut, Georgia Southern, St. Bonaventure, Liberty, Vanderbilt, Maine, IUPUI, Niagara, George Washington, Seattle, Saint Francis (PA), Xavier, Bryant, Canisius College, Siena, Mount Saint Mary's||Towson, Eastern Michigan, Davidson, Wagoner, Marist, UNC-Wilmington, William and Mary, Fordham, Binghamton, Evansville, Niagara, Cansisius College, Seattle, Xavier, George Washington, IUPUI, VMI, Maine, Bryant|
Entry forms can be downloaded here.
- 2010-11 - Princeton (Women), Navy (Men)
- 2009-10 - Princeton (Women), Eastern Michigan (Men)
- 2008-09 - Harvard (Women), Navy (Men)
- 2007-08 - Harvard (Women), Navy (Men)
- 2006-07 - Harvard (Women), Princeton (Men)
- 2005-06 - Harvard (Women), Princeton (Men)
- 2004-05 - UC-Irvine (Women), Missouri State (Men)
- 2003-04 - Miami-OH (Women), Eastern Michigan (Men)
- 2002-03 - UC-Irvine (Women), Eastern Michigan (Men)