College Power Rankings, Presented By NUTC [Feb 14, 2018]

It's all D-III in a weekend where many ranked teams were in play at the Stanford Open and beyond. There's changes to the top 5 in both divisions to chew on!

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.

D-I Women’s Discussion

  • With no Top 25 teams in competition, there were no changes to the D-I Women’s Rankings.

D-I Men’s Discussion

  • With no Top 25 teams in competition, there were no changes to the D-I Men’s Rankings.
College D-III Women's Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
Dropped from rankings: Rice (25)
1-1
2-2
3+14
4+15
5+16
6+28
7-7
8+19
9+110
10+111
11+112
12+113
13+114
14-113
15-15
16+824
17-116
18-
19-217
20-218
21-219
22-220
23-221
24-222
25-223

D-III Women’s Discussion

  • The most impactful move this weekend was Carleton Eclipse‘s fall from #3 to #14, after going 3-3 at the Stanford Open despite being the no. 2 seed, including a loss to new #18, Pacific Lutheran. The reigning champions have work to do.
  • Claremont jumped 8 spots, to #16 from #24, after splitting games with Pacific Lutheran and taking a close loss against #4 Puget Sound at Stanford Open.
  • Away from the Stanford Open, Georgia College gained an extra spot by advancing to the final, where they narrowly lost to Maryland.
  • Rice exits the rankings with the addition of PLU.
College D-III Men's Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
Dropped from rankings: Occidental (23)
1-1
2+13
3+14
4+15
5+16
6+39
7-52
8-17
9-18
10-10
11-11
12+618
13-112
14-113
15-114
16-115
17-116
18-117
19-19
20-20
21+122
22-
23+124
24+125
25-421

D-III Men’s Discussion

  • #6 Carleton GoP‘s 10-9 victory over #7 Colorado College in the 5th place game of Stanford Open shifted both teams around. Colorado College fell from the #2 spot while Carleton was lifted up from the #9 ranking.
  • #12 Whitman gained six spots, moving up after going 5-3 at Stanford Open, moving them into the top 15. It makes them to the top ranked team of four in the competitive Northwest region.
  • Speaking of the Northwest, #25 Puget Sound dropped four spots to the last spot in the rankings, following a 2-win weekend at Stanford Open, including an 0-3 showing in pool play. Meanwhile, #22 Lewis & Clark rejoins the top 25 after falling out three weeks ago. This is their highest ranking of the season, helped largely by a 10-6 win over Claremont this past weekend.
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