Nov. 28, 2006
Courtesy of CollegeSwimming.com
In the women's ranking, the Kenyon women (1-2) lead the way. The Ladies are looking to overcome last year's heartbreaking second-place finish at the NCAA Championships. Reflecting the manner in which a dual-meet team differs from a championship meet squad, UW-Steven's Point (1-1), the defending WIAC champion, edged Emory (3-1) defending NCAA Champion for second place. Carnegie Mellon (1-1) sits fourth while
The next ranking will be posted just prior to the Christmas holiday and show significant change. Several East-coast programs, including six institutions from last-year's final ranking (Williams, Tufts, MIT, Colby, Wheaton (MA) and Wesleyan did not see significant competition prior to the November 14 reporting deadline. The Division III rankings will undergo a significant shakeup and expand to the top twenty-five. .
The CollegeSwimming.com rankings are based on each team's best dual meet lineup as judged and submitted by participating teams. Rankings are announced four times throughout the season and entries are due on November 14 (Pre-Invite), December 20 (Post-Invite), February 6 (Pre-Conference) , and March 6 (post-conference).