Little movement, with only six ranked teams in action across the four divisions.
March 17, 2022 by Ultiworld in Rankings with 0 comments
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D-I Women’s Power Rankings
|3||UC Santa Barbara||-||3|
|4||UC San Diego||-||4|
D-I Women’s Discussion
- With only #18 Florida State among our Top 25 in action this past weekend, the rankings hold steady. The Seminoles Ladies were dominant at their home tournament, going 7-0 at Tally Classic, though they may be a little disappointed they didn’t get an opportunity to play Southeast rival Florida, who lost in the semifinal to Notre Dame.
D-I Men’s Power Rankings
|7||Cal Poly SLO||-||7|
D-I Men’s Discussion
- #6 Brigham Young was the lone ranked D-I Men’s team to take the field over the weekend, unsurprisingly blasting the field at Big Sky Brawl in Idaho. Without much top-tier competition, they don’t move up, but they played well enough to hang onto their Top 10 position, keeping the Top 25 intact from last week.
D-III Women’s Power Rankings
|5||Haverford and Bryn Mawr||-||5|
D-III Women’s Discussion
- We finally got our first look of the spring at Portland UPRoar, who didn’t disappoint with a win at Big Sky Brawl. That said, they did take a four-point loss to Denver during pool play — a defeat they avenged in the tournament final — which is enough to see them slip behind Carleton Eclipse to #3 in the only change this week.
D-III Men’s Power Rankings
|9||Sul Ross State||+4||13|
|24||Army West Point||-||24|
D-III Men’s Discussion
- Welcome to the Top 10, Sul Ross State! A runaway champ at Centex Tier II this past weekend, Sul Ross only let one opponent score within nine points of them, including a 15-4 smackdown of in-state D-III rival Rice. The impressive performance sees Sul Ross move up to #9, complicating an already overcrowded South Central picture; with at most three bids to Nationals for the region, they currently have four teams ranked inside our top 9. Yikes.
- Oberlin had a disappointing weekend, going winless at Boogienights, aside from a forfeit from Cincinnati who backed out due to weather. While they are still buoyed by some solid results at FCS D-III Tune Up, the Flying Horsecows slip a few spots down to #12.