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Monday, February 12, 2018
WEEK 1/FEBRUARY 8, 2018 WOMEN’S COLLEGIATE CLUB TOP 20 POLL
Central Florida ranked 10th, UF snubbed.
Defending National Champion the University of California-Davis retains the No. 1 ranking through the opening week of the 2018 season as the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) releases the Week 1/February 8 Women’s National Collegiate Club Top 20 Poll.
The Aggies (98 points), who rated as a unanimous No. 1 selection in the preseason voting, hangs onto the top spot by a single-point over California Polytechnic State University (97 points).
The University of Michigan (87 points), the University of California-Los Angeles (82 points), Lindenwood University (77 points), Michigan State University (76 points), the University of California-Santa Barbara (73 points), Pennsylvania State University (60 points) and the University of Washington (59 points) take over at No. 3-to-9, respectively, with the duo of the University of Central Florida (53 points) and the University of California (53 points) tying at No. 10.
Grand Valley State University (48 points) falls out of the Top 10 to No. 11, with Texas A&M University (37 points), Dartmouth College (24 points) and Long Beach State University (36 points) settling at No. 12-to-15.
The University of California-Irvine (18 points), the University of California-Santa Cruz (16 points), The Ohio State University (12 points), the University of Pittsburgh (11 points) and the University of Texas (10 points) complete the Top 20.