COLLEGIATE DUAL MEET MEN’S RANKINGS
(Edition 2)

(compiled by Jesse Squire)

The second update to our Collegiate Men’s Indoor Dual Meet Rankings finds Texas A&M retaining the leading spot, with Arkansas and Nebraska staying steady at 2 and 3.

 

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The full rankings, with dual meet records in parentheses:
1. Texas A&M (2-0)
2. Arkansas (2-1)
3. Nebraska (0-0)
4. LSU (0-2)
5. Texas (0-1)
6. Michigan (1-0)
7. Indiana (1-0)
8. Connecticut (3-0)
9. Purdue (1-1)
10. Kansas State (3-0)
11. Michigan State (3-1)
12. Indiana State (3-1)
13. Notre Dame (2-1)
14. Washington State (2-0)
15. Navy (4-0)
16. Princeton (0-1)
17. Akron (2-1)
18. Grand Valley State (4-0)
19. Eastern Michigan (6-1)
20. Kent State (0-1)

 

LSU made a big move forward since the last rankings were released on January 23, going from #10 to #4. New teams entering the rankings include #14 Washington State and #18 Grand Valley State. The latter is the first Division II team to enter the men's rankings, earning it by defeating #19 Eastern Michigan.

There are two remaining indoor dual meets including one or more ranked teams:

Saturday, February 9
Alabama and North Carolina at #3 Nebraska
Harvard and Yale at #16 Princeton

The next women’s rankings will be released on Wednesday, February 13. Final indoor rankings for both men and women will be released on Monday, February 18.