3 of 4 divisions see some big changes, including seven new teams!
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D-I Women’s Power Rankings D-I Women’s Discussion
Following a strong showing at Commonwealth Cup, including wins over Michigan and UNC Wilmington, NC State enters the rankings at #20. It’s their first time ever ranked.
UNC Wilmington and Florida fell out of the rankings and were replaced by Cal Poly SLO at #24 and Georgia Tech at #25, whose resumes each look stronger since they last played. In addition, Georgia dropped out from #21 after narrow wins over some unimpressive squads, a blowout loss to Tufts, and surprise loss to South Carolina. D-I Men’s Power Rankings D-I Men’s Discussion
There were no changes this week. D-III Women’s Power Rankings D-III Women’s Discussion
Bowdoin fell from the last of the top 5 to just outside of the top 10, after going 2-2 at Bring the Huckus, including a loss to Amherst.
Speaking of Amherst, they jumped from #17 to #10, boosted by beating Bowdoin.
Dickinson burst into the rankings at #15 after a 4-0 Saturday at Bring the Huckus, including wins over Allegheny and Swarthmore.
SUNY-Geneseo’s 1-3 performance at Bring the Huckus resulted in their drop from #9 to #22.
John Brown moved up to #8 after advancing to the final of Dust Bowl, including a quarterfinal win over Carleton Eclipse.
Swarthmore entered the rankings after a 3-1 Bring the Huckus, including a win over Allegheny, and they weighed in at #19.
Haverford fell out of the rankings after failing to win any games at Bring the Huckus.
Oberlin joined the top 25 at #23 after beating Yale on the way to a 3-0 Bring the Huckus.
Luther and Portland gave up the last two spots to make room for new teams. D-III Men’s Power Rankings D-III Men’s Discussion
Mary Washington moved up to #5 following a winning performance at Oak Creek Challenge. They took down Amherst in the final.
John Brown and Army fell two spots each after their weekends. JBU went 5-3 at Dust Bowl, while Army had some very narrow margins in a 3-1 Saturday Bring the Huckus.
Union’s notable losses to Samford and UNC Asheville at Music City Tune-Up ended their run in the top 25.
Claremont went from #23 to #19 after going 5-0 at their small round robin affair, including a win over regional rival, Occidental.
A 4-3 showing at Oak Creek Challenge helped Brandeis climb four spots to #20.
Xavier and Samford clocked in at #24 and #25, ranked for the time this season. Each went 3-1 in pool play at Music City Tune-Up. They take the spots vacated by Union and former #25 Puget Sound.