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Stanford’s women remained on top of the rankings in the final edition of the CSCAA Division I dual meet poll, released Wednesday. Women’s D1 dual meet season wrapped up last weekend, when the Cardinal topped Cal and USC tied with UCLA.
Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, Ella Eastin and co. lost their No. 1 spot in the Dec. 6 and Jan. 17 editions of the poll, falling to third behind Texas A&M and Michigan on Jan. 17, but they returned to the top on Jan. 31 and held their position now.
California moved from fourth into second after a dual meet loss at Stanford, followed by Texas A&M, Texas (which finished dual meet season undefeated) and Michigan. Georgia, Virginia, USC, Indiana and Tennessee rounded out the top ten. UCLA, Arizona State and Alabama moved into the poll after being unranked Jan. 31.
View the full poll below: