Week 11 Women's College Water Polo Rankings: Michigan Falls Four Spots To No. 13

The Week 11 rankings are out and the top seven are the same once again and the movement comes from No. 8 to No. 20, and the biggest faller was the Michigan Wolverines who fell from No. 9 to No. 13 due to their 8-7 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers.

The win for Indiana puts them ahead of Michigan and up two spots to No. 12. Other movement came when the Maryland Terrapins defeated the Princeton Tigers 7-6.

Rank

Team

March 28 Poll

Points

1 University of California, Los Angeles 1 100
2 Stanford University 2 95
3 University of Southern California 3 90
4 Arizona State University
4 85
5 University of California 5 80
6
University of California, Irvine
6
75
7 Loyola Marymount University 7
69
8 San Jose State University
10 66
9 San Diego University 8 60
10 University of California, Davis 11
53
11 University of Maryland
12 (T)
48
12
Indiana University 14 46
13
University of Michigan
9 41
14 Princeton University
12 (T)
36
15 University of California, Santa Barbara 15 29
16
University of Hawaii 16
24
17
California State University, Northridge
17
20
18
University of California, San Diego 18
15
19 California Baptist University
20
9
20 Hartwick College
19 8
RV Iona College
NR 3
RV Long Beach State University NR 1

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