College Power Rankings, Presented By NUTC [Feb. 8, 2017]

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Here are the latest College Power Rankings, presented by the National Ultimate Training Camp! These rankings can always been found on our permanent rankings page.

Every Wednesday, we will post the College Power Rankings here on the front page to facilitate discussion in the comments and serve as a permalink for each week’s rankings.

College D-I Men's Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
Dropped from rankings: Harvard (18)
1-1
2+35
3-12
4+26
5+27
6-24
7+18
8+917
9-63
10-19
11-110
12-111
13-13
14-14
15-15
16-16
17+219
18+220
19+221
20-812
21+223
22-22
23+124
24+125
25-

D-I Men’s Discussion

  • UNC moves up to #2 this week after an undefeated performance at the Queen City Tune Up with wins over #6 UMass and #8 Georgia.
  • UMass struggled to compete against UNC and drops slightly because of the big loss they took.
  • Georgia is a big mover this week, going up nine spots to #8 thanks to a great weekend in Charlotte with a win over #9 UNC Wilmington.
  • Virginia Tech was missing key sophomore Joe Freund, but, regardless, their ranking after CCC looked inflated. They drop to #20.
  • #1 ranked Division III team Richmond joins the top 25 in Division I after a very impressive weekend at QCTU with wins over Harvard and Notre Dame and one point losses to #20 Virginia Tech and #22 NC State.
  • Harvard drops precipitously out of the rankings after a woeful, 1-3 Saturday performance at Queen City.
College D-I Women's Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
Dropped from rankings: Colorado College (25)
1-1
2-2
3-3
4-4
5-5
6-6
7-7
8-8
9+211
10+919
11+112
12-39
13-13
14-14
15-15
16-16
17-710
18-117
19-118
20-20
21+122
22+123
23+124
24-321
25-

D-I Women’s Discussion

  • Tufts makes a nine spot jump into the top 10 thanks to their surprise victory at QCTU.
  • Michigan’s losses to #10 Tufts, #12 Pittsburgh, and #20 Florida drop them seven spots this week.
  • Carleton and Pittsburgh each dropped three spots after not quite meeting expectations in Charlotte.
  • Victoria slides into the Top 25 as the West Coast looks a bit stronger relative to the East after SBI and QCTU.
College D-III Men's Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
Dropped from rankings: Davidson (14)
1+34
2-2
3+25
4-13
5+16
6+17
7+18
8+19
9+110
10-91
11-11
12-12
13-13
14+519
15-15
16-16
17-17
18+422
19+120
20+121
21+223
22+224
23+225
24-
25-718

D-III Men’s Discussion

  • Richmond jumps to the #1 spot in the Division III Rankings after a superb weekend at Queen City. They look like Championship material.
  • Colorado College climbs to #3 after reaching the finals of Big D in Little D this weekend.
  • Defending champion Georgia College falls nine spots after going just 2-4 at the Bama Secs Invite and taking some thumping losses. Can they regain their 2016 form later this year?
  • Davidson drops out of the Top 25 after a rough QCTU weekend, making room for Portland, who went 5-2 at Flat Tail last month with losses only to Oregon and Oregon State.
College D-III Women's Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
1-1
2-2
3-3
4-4
5-5
6-6
7-7
8-8
9-9
10-10
11-11
12-12
13-13
14-14
15-15
16-16
17-17
18-18
19-19
20-20
21-21
22-22
23-23
24-24
25-25

D-III Women’s Discussion

  • No competition in Women’s Division III this week.
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