Denison (M) And Emory (W) Lead Season’s First CSCAA Division 3 Polls

October 27, 2016  – The Denison University men and Emory University Women top the first CSCAA / TYR Division III Coaches’ Poll.  Rankings are compiled by CSCAA-member coaches and released on a monthly basis.

In addition to the Top 25, Coaches Selected a Top Ten for each of the Regions.  In the Central Region the Kenyon women and Denison men led the way.  Emory University swept the top spot of both the men’s and women’s West-Midwest-South Region.  In the Northeast-South Region Carnegie Mellon’s women and TCNJ’s men were ranked number-one and in the Northeast-North Region, where many teams have yet to begin competition, voters picked Williams’ women and MIT’s men as their top choices.

The next polls will be released November 16, 2016.

www.cscaa.org/top25

Division III Men

1 Denison 417
2 Kenyon 408
3 Emory 397
4 MIT 370
5 Johns Hopkins 363
6 New York University 321
7 Washington University (MO) 312
8 Chicago 300
9 TCNJ 278
10 Williams 272
11 Rowan 251
12 Amherst 210
13 DePauw 204
14 Washington & Lee 192
15 Stevens 174
16 Calvin 164
17 Carnegie Mellon 162
18 Tufts 131
19 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 129
20 Conn College 101
21 Albion 97
22 Pomona-Pitzer 94
23 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 72
24 Carthage 36
25 Grove City 25

Also receiving Votes: Gettysburg 17, Wheaton (IL) 12, UW-Stevens Point 8, Rhodes 8,

Division III Women

1 Emory 473
2 Kenyon 450
3 Denison 434
4 Williams 420
5 Johns Hopkins 403
6 New York University 362
7 Washington University (MO) 361
8 Amherst 339
9 Chicago 331
10 MIT 322
11 Washington & Lee 265
12 Carnegie Mellon 253
13 Bates 245
14 Calvin 237
15 Stevens 217
16 Pomona-Pitzer 158
16 DePauw 158
18 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 145
19 Conn College 128
20 Carthage 100
21 Ursinus 83
22 Gustavus 73
23 Rhodes 50
24 UW-Eau Claire 41
25 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 40

Also Receiving Votes Middlebury 26, Wheaton (IL) 24, Rochester 19, Saint Thomas 10, Springfield 4, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 2, Occidental 2

Women’s Division III Regional Rankings

WEST-MIDWEST-SOUTH CENTRAL
1 Emory University 1 Kenyon College
2 Johns Hopkins University 2 Denison University
3 Washington University (Mo) 3 Chicago, University of
4 Washington and Lee University 4 Calvin College
5 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 5 DePauw University
6 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 6 Carthage College
7 Rhodes College 7 Saint Thomas, University of
8 Occidental College 8 UW-Eau Claire
9 Luther College 9 Wheaton College (Illinois)
10 Birmingham Southern 10 UW-La Crosse
NORTHEAST-NORTH NORTHEAST-SOUTH
1 Williams College 1 Carnegie Mellon University
2 New York University 2 Stevens Institute of Technology
3 Amherst College 3 Ursinus College
4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4 University of Rochester
5 Bates College 5 SUNY-Geneseo
6 Connecticut College 6 Ithaca College
7 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 7 Grove City College
8 Middlebury College 8 Franklin & Marshall College
9 Springfield College 9 TCNJ
10 Keene State College 10 Rowan University

Men’s Division III Regional Rankings

WEST-MIDWEST-SOUTH CENTRAL
1 Emory University 1 Denison University
2 Johns Hopkins University 2 Kenyon College
3 Washington University (Mo) 3 Chicago, University of
4 Washington and Lee University 4 DePauw University
5 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 5 Calvin College
6 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 6 Albion College
7 Rhodes College 7 Carthage College
8 Whitworth University 8 Wheaton College (Illinois)
9 Occidental College 9 Saint Thomas, University of
10 Centre College 10 Rose-Hulman
NORTHEAST-NORTH NORTHEAST-SOUTH
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1 TCNJ
2 New York University 2 Rowan University
3 Williams College 3 Stevens Institute of Technology
4 Amherst College 4 Carnegie Mellon University
5 Tufts University 5 Grove City College
6 Connecticut College 6 Gettysburg College
7 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 7 Franklin & Marshall College
8 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 8 University of Rochester
9 U.S. Coast Guard Academy 9 Swarthmore College
10 Bates College 10 Ithaca College

Swimming news courtesy of CSCAA.

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