Monday, January 25, 2016

Washington men's and women's squads remain in national top-25 indoor rankings...

Washington's Kristina Owsinski is ranked
#4 in NCAA Division I so far this season
(Paul Merca photo)
NEW ORLEANS—The Washington Huskies, who were idle this past weekend, took a slight drop in both the men’s and women’s national computer rankings released by the USTFCCCA on Monday.

The Washington men are #9 in the national indoor computer rankings, down one spot from its pre-season listing at #8.

The top five teams in the rankings are Florida, Texas, Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, and Oregon.

Men’s teams from the MPSF that are ranked include #12 Colorado, #14 Stanford, and #18 USC.

The Husky women’s squad are listed as #24 in the computer rankings, from its pre-season #18 spot.

The top five women’s teams as ranked by the USTFCCCA are Arkansas, Georgia, Texas, Kansas State, and Oregon.

Other teams from the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation that are ranked in the top 25 include #7 USC, and #14 Stanford.

Washington returns to action Friday and Saturday when it hosts the UW Invitational at the Dempsey Indoor facility.

The National Team Computer Rankings are complied by a mathematical formula based on national descending order lists. The purpose and methodology of the rankings is to create an index that showcases the teams that have the best potential of achieving the top spots in the national team race. Rankings points do not equate with NCAA Championships team points.


NOTE:  The USTFCCCA contributed to this report.

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