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Jan. 7, 2000

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The University of Virginia women’s swimming anddiving team held onto its number eight ranking in the College SwimmingCoaches Association of America (CSCAA) Top 25 Poll released on January 6.The women are ranked a program-best eighth for the second poll in a row.The men’s team fell two places to 10th in their CSCAA poll after beingranked a program-best eighth in the December 9 poll.

The Virginia women are currently 3-0 in the 1999-2000 season and have won15-consecutive dual meeting dating back to the 1997-98 season. TheCavalier men are 2-1 this season.

The Virginia diving teams are competing in the Georgia DivingInvitational January 7-9, while the men’s and women’s swimming and divingteams return to action on January 15, when they host North Carolina Stateat 1:00 p.m. in UVa’s Aquatic and Fitness Center.

The entire men’s and women’s CSCAA Polls follow.


Rank    Team            Points1.      Texas           2702.      Stanford        2503.      Arizona         2484.      Auburn          2475.      California      2266.      Southern Cal    2237.      Georgia         2098.      Minnesota       1749.      Michigan        16910.     Virginia        16811.     Tennessee       15312.     Arizona State   15213.     So Methodist    13714.     Florida         13315.     Texas A&M       11116.     Penn State      10017.     Hawaii          93        Nebraska        9319.     LSU             8120.     North Carolina  5921.     Harvard         5422.     Florida State   5323.     Purdue          1924.     Wisconsin       1525.     Iowa State      14        Indiana         14        Ohio State      14

Others Receiving Votes: NC State, Princeton, Miami (Fla.), UNLV, UCSB,South Carolina, Clemson, Missouri, Pittsburgh, Western Kentucky, Iowa,Alabama, Michigan State, Cincinnati, Kansas, Southern Illinois.


Rank    Team    Points1.  Georgia     2672.  Arizona     2633.  Stanford    2544.  So Cal      2395.  California  2366.  Auburn      2027.  Florida     1958.  Virginia    1849.  So Methodist18010. Michigan    17511. Northwestern17112. Texas       13713. Minnesota   13214. Wisconsin   127    UCLA        12716. Nebraska    11817. No Carolina  8018. Arizona St   7919. Tennessee    6320. Nevada       6221. Kentucky     5822. Texas A&M    4023. Notre Dame   3524. LSU          2325. Villanova    16

Others Receiving Votes: Penn State, Clemson, Columbia, Maryland, Illinois,Indiana, UNLV, Miami (FL), South Carolina, Princeton, Washington State,Florida State, Washington, Kansas, NC State, Indiana.

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