Aggies Amongst Mid-Major's Elite

Karley Troup and her swimming and diving teammates are one of the top-10 mid major programs in the nation according to CollegeSwimming.com.
 
Karley Troup and her swimming and diving teammates are one of the top-10 mid major programs in the nation according to CollegeSwimming.com.
 

Feb. 9, 2013

CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major Poll

DAVIS, Calif. - Recording victories against its last eight straight opponents to finish its dual schedule with an 8-2 record, UC Davis is No. 8 in the nation in CollegeSwimming.com's recent Mid-Major Rankings.

Falling .61 of a point shy of overtaking Yale for No. 7, and 1.34 points short of San Jose State's No. 6 standing, the Aggies maintained their position from January's rankings in this month's list.

Led by Harvard, Miami-OH and Princeton who occupy the top-three spots once again, North Texas and Eastern Michigan round out the top five. 

The top-eight teams in February's ranking maintained their position from January's release.

CollegeSwimming.com's 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 are not members of a BCS conference or Mountain West Conference, or provide fewer than one-half of the allowable scholarships under the NCAA rules.

UC Davis swimming and diving has earned a top-10 ranking in all three national lists released this season.

Aggie swimmers will return to the water at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships on Feb. 20, at East Los Angeles College in Monterey Park, Calif., for the inaugural events of the three-day meet.

UC Davis' divers will travel to the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., for their three-day championship event, commencing on Feb. 21.