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Aggies move to No. 18 in CSCAA Ranking

February 06, 2013
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Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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After a dominating dual meet performance against SMU last week, the Texas A&M men's swimming and diving team advance three spots to No. 18 in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Team Ranking.

The Aggies defeated SMU with a final score of 142-92 to improve to a 3-4 record. The A&M men move up in rank two weeks before the 2013 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships, which will be contested in College Station Feb. 19-23.

Several Aggies rank in the top 100 on the NCAA's best times list: senior John Dalton in the 50 free (20.29) and 100 free (43.69), senior John Wagner in the 200 I.M. (1:49.55), junior Henrik Lindau in the 50 free (20.18) and 100 butterfly (48.36), junior Kyle Troskot in the 50 free (20.36) and 100 free (44.69), junior Paul-Marc Schweitzer in the 200 free (1:37.53) and 200 back (1:46.39), junior Omar Enriquez in the 1,000 free (9:07.24), 1,650 free (15:29.34) and 200 fly (1:48.37), junior Simon Frank in the 200 I.M. (1:48.38), freshman Mitch Glander in the 1,000 free (9:22.91), freshman Antoine Marc in the 1,000 free (9:25.43), and freshman Alexandros Theocharidis in the 100 back (48.49) and 200 back (1:45.99). Among the Aggie divers, sophomore Ford McLiney and junior Adam Ruiz have achieved their NCAA Zone diving cuts.

NCAA Division 1 Men's Swimming and Diving Ranking as of February 6, 2013
(Current rank, record, previous rank)

1. Texas, (5-2, Big 12 1-0)¸7
2. Michigan, (7-0, Big Ten 5-0),T1
3. Southern California, (5-0, Pac 12 2-0)¸3
4. Florida, (7-0, SEC 5-0)¸T5
5. Auburn, (5-1, SEC 4-1)¸T5
6. California, (4-0, Pac 12 2-0)¸4
7. Indiana, (7-2, Big Ten 3-1),8
8. Virginia, (8-1, ACC 3-0)¸11
T9. Stanford, (4-0, Pac 12 2-0)¸9
T9. Arizona, (4-3, Pac 12 0-3)¸T1
11. Tennessee, (4-4, SEC 2-1) NR
12. Georgia, (7-3, SEC 3-2)¸12
13. Ohio State, (7-2, Big Ten 1-2)¸13
14. Minnesota, (6-1, Big Ten 4-1)¸15
15. Florida State, (8-2, ACC 3-1)¸13
16. Harvard, (8-0, Ivy 6-0)¸NR
17. North Carolina, (6-1, ACC 3-1)¸16
T18. Texas A&M, (3-4, SEC 1-3), 21
T18. Louisville, (3-3, Big East 1-1)¸14
20. Iowa, (6-3, Big Ten 2-3), 20
21. Virginia Tech, (9-2-1, ACC 3-1-1), 21
22. Princeton, (6-1, Ivy 5-1)¸ NR
23. N.C. State, (5-4-1, ACC 2-2-1)¸23
24. Penn State, (5-2, Big Ten 0-1)¸24
25. UNLV, UNLV (8-1)¸NR

Also received votes: Wisconsin, South Carolina, Alabama, Notre Dame

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