The CSA has released the final rankings of the first half of the season after teams concluded their last matches before exam periods and winter break.
The only movement in the top ten of the rankings occurred on the men’s side, where Princeton and Yale each move up one position to No. 7 and 8, respectively. The two teams each claimed 6-3 wins over Drexel, moving the Dragons down to No. 9.
On the women’s side, the rankings from No. 20-29 saw a shake-up. Colby and Hamilton each move up two positions to No. 22 and 25, respectively. Colby was propelled by its 7-2 upset over William Smith, while Hamilton defeated No. 26 Bowdoin.
The University of Virginia men continued their early season momentum with a jump from No. 17 to 14 based on their victory over former No. 13 Cornell. Farther down the men’s rankings, there was movement from 25-30, including Hamilton gaining two positions to No. 26 after an upset win over No. 27 Bowdoin.
To view all rankings, visit the CSA rankings page.