Texas A&M Makes It A Sweep
by Jesse Squire
February 17, 2016
As with the men, Texas A&M held on to its top ranking to win the indoor version of the Women’s Collegiate Dual Meet Rankings. Pat Henry’s Aggies also won the title in ’14.
The champs won a December triangular against Houston, TCU, and Abilene Christian, and a January quadrangular with Oklahoma, Texas Tech, and Arizona State.
However, this is just a warmup for the big prize, the season-long indoor/outdoor dual meet championship. The Aggies will go to historic Drake Stadium in April for a head-to-head dual against UCLA.
The complete final women’s indoor rankings:
|1||Texas A&M (5-0)||1|
|10||Kansas State (3-2)||8|
|11||North Carolina (3-0)||18|
|16||South Dakota (3-0)||NR|
|17||Wichita State (6-5)||11|
|18||Colorado State (1-2)||13|
|19||Notre Dame (0-1)||NR|
|20||Texas Tech (1-2)||NR|
|Dropped out: Eastern Michigan, Indiana State, Iowa State, North Dakota State|
To be ranked, a team must compete in one or more dual meets (defined as a scored meet between four or fewer teams) during the indoor season. Teams are ranked on wins and losses, marks, and strength and depth of dual meet schedule. Teams are rewarded for taking dual meet competition seriously.