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UCLA Ranked No. 11 in the Nation
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  11/13/2003

Nov. 13, 2003

In the second College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) poll of the 2003-04 season, released November 12, the Bruins are ranked No. 11 in the nation, receiving 121 votes. Topping the list is defending NCAA champion Auburn, with 200 votes, followed by No. 2 Florida (191), No. 3 Georgia (185), No. 4 Stanford (176) and No. 5 USC (168). UCLA is one of six Pac-10 teams ranked in the Top-15.

The CSCAA dual meet poll in conducted every two weeks throughout the collegiate season and indicates the strength of the top collegiate dual meet teams and not necessarily their predicted finish at the NCAA Championships. CollegeSwimming.com also produces CSCAA-approved dual meet rankings for Division I Mid-Major, Division II, and Division III programs.

Women's Rankings
1. Auburn, 200
2. Florida, 191
3. Georgia, 185
4. Stanford, 176
5. USC, 168
6. Texas, 160
7. Arizona, 152
8. Southern Methodist, 141
9. California, 139
10. Wisconsin, 126
11. UCLA, 121
12. Penn State, 108
13. Arizona State, 102
13. Indiana, 102
15. North Carolina, 88
16. Michigan, 73
17. Texas A&M, 69
17. Virginia, 69
19. Notre Dame, 56
20. Florida State, 51
21. Washington, 35
22. Maryland, 32
23. Missouri, 24
24. Hawaii, 11
25. Minnesota, 9
Others receiving votes: Tennessee, Alabama, Pittsburgh


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