BRIDGEPORT, PA -- Defending National Champion the University of California-Davis retains the No. 1 ranking to open the 2019 season as the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) releases the Women’s National Collegiate Club Preseason Top 20 and inaugural Division III Top 10 Polls.
2019 WOMEN’S CLUB NATIONAL TOP 20 (PRESEASON)
The Aggies of the University of California-Davis (100 points) remain the unanimous top-ranked team in the Preseason 2019 Women’s Collegiate Club Top 20 Poll after downing California Polytechnic State University by a 5-4 score on May 6 at the 2019 Women’s National Collegiate Club Championship hosted by the University of Washington at the Mt. Hood Community College Aquatics Center in Gresham, Oregon.
The 2019 rankings mirror the final 2018 standings as Cal Poly (95 points), the University of California-Los Angeles (87 points), the University of Florida (85 points), the University of California (83 points), Lindenwood University (72 points), the University of California-San Diego (68 points), the University of California-Santa Barbara (66 points), The Ohio State University (60 points) and the University of Washington (54 points) conclude the Top 10.
The University of California-Santa Cruz (48 points), Boston College (44 points), the University of Oregon (41 points), Pennsylvania State University (31 points) and San Diego State University (29 points) stand at No. 11-to-15, while the quintet of the University of Michigan (25 points), the University of Notre Dame (13 points), the University of Southern California (10 points), Grand Valley State University (9 points) and Cornell University (7 points) account for the remainder of the preseason Top 20.
You can view the original story from the CWPA here.