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Menís Track & Field Leads NCAA in Dual Meet Record

02/19/2014
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas, the winningest program in collegiate track history and currently the top-ranked team in the country, is also leading the NCAA in dual meet record. Arkansas is fueled by a perfect 3-0 record, with wins over No. 7 Texas and unranked Tulsa and Southeast Missouri. 

“This is another testament to having a well-rounded program,” said Head Coach Chris Bucknam. “Our coaches and our team are very proud of that fact. There is a lot more season ahead, but we are very pleased with this honor. We appreciate the effort of Track and Field News doing this ranking and showing that track and field is truly a team sport.”

Complete Top 20 Dual Meet Rankings

1.    Arkansas (3-0)
2.    Texas A&M (2-0)
3.    Nebraska (3-0)
4.    Akron (2-0)
5.    LSU (1-1)
6.    Texas Tech (0-2)
7.    Texas (0-1)
8.    Purdue (3-0)
9.    Wisconsin (1-0)
10.    Eastern Michigan (4-0)
11.    Michigan State (3-0)
12.    Kent State (0-1)
13.    Notre Dame (2-1)
14.    Indiana State (6-0)
15.    Air Force (2-1)
16.    Iowa (3-0)
17.    Kansas State (4-0)
18.    Navy (2-0)
19.    Princeton (2-1)
20.    Indiana (0-1)
 
To be eligible for ranking, a team must compete in at least one scored meet between four or fewer teams during the indoor season. 

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