FAYETTEVILLE – After the first half of the season is complete, the University of Arkansas swimming and diving team drops one spot to No. 18 in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) poll, released this week.
The Razorbacks head to their winter training trip after locking in a 6-2 dual record, 2-1 in the Southeastern Conference. The last weekend of fall competition brought a split weekend for the Hogs. BYU slipped past the top-ranked Razorbacks on Dec. 3, but UA came back the next day to cap off the semester with a win over Utah.
Five other SEC schools remain in the top-25. Georgia still leads the conference at No. 2 while Florida drops down to sixth. Alabama, Kentucky and South Carolina also received votes.
Stanford stays as the top team in the country with 1043 votes. The votes and selections were made by members of the CSCAA. The next poll is scheduled to be released Jan. 15.
CSCAA Women’s Division 1 Top-25 Rankings (Dec. 16, 2010)
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Also receiving votes: Virginia Arizona State 98, Notre Dame 61, Missouri 57, Virginia Tech 51, Kentucky 47, Alabama 46, Maryland 42, Penn State 29, UW-Milwaukee 24, Cal Poly 21, Princeton 18, Ball State 16, Harvard 15, Houston 13, Navy 12, Yale 11, Miami-OH 10, Ohio 10, UW-Green Bay 10, Kansas 9, Pittsburgh 9, San Jose State 8, Oregon State 6, South Carolina 6, Florida Gulf Coast 5, IUPUI 5, Northwestern 5, Towson 5, Brigham Young 4, Bucknell 4, UC-Santa Barbara 4, George Mason 4, Miami-FL 4, Boise State 3, NC State 3, Pennsylvania 3, Toledo 3, Iowa 2, Villanova 2, East Carolina 1, UNC-Wilmington 1, Western Kentucky 1.