BRIDGEPORT, PA -- The University of California-Davis remains at No. 1 in the country as the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) releases the Week 11/April 21 Women's National Collegiate Club Top 20 Poll.
UC-Davis (93 points) climbed to No. 1 last week after downing defending National Champion the University of California by a 10-6 final score to capture the Sierra Pacific Division Championship and earn the No. 1 position for the 2016 Women's National Collegiate Club Championship at the University of California-Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, Calif. on Friday-Sunday, May 6-8.
The University of California-Santa Barbara (91 points), San Diego State University (90 points) and California (88 points) hang on at No. 2-to-4, respectively, in a Top 20 Poll which experienced a vast number of changes.
The University of Michigan (78 points), Michigan State University (69 points), Grand Valley State University (66 points) and California Polytechnic State University (61 points) climb up the rankings to take over at No. 5-to-8, while the University of Notre Dame (58 points) and previously unranked the University of Washington (51 points) round out the Top 10 at No. 9 and 10.
Lindenwood University (49 points), the University of Pittsburgh (46 points), the University of Utah (41 points), California State University-Chico (38 points) and the University of Florida (34 points) stand at No. 11-to-15, with the quintet of the University of Virginia (31 points), New York University (22 points), Pennsylvania State University (13 points), the University of Oregon (9 points) and Yale University (9 points) complete the Top 20.
You can view the original story from the CWPA here.