Updated Rankings and Ratings

We asked earlier this week if there is a chance of two Ivy squads making the top 10 in the national polls.  The coaches seem to think so.  The latest national rankings show both the Columbia men (10th) and Cornell women (tied-7th) are both among the top 10 squads in the country.  Both rankings are program bests.  Yale women also hit a program best ranking of 22nd after their second strong performance against higher ranked competition at the Wisconsin Invitational.  The Princeton men (23rd) are the only other Ivy team ranked or receiving votes for this poll.  The latest release of the Kolas Calculator suggest that these four teams are the ones who will most likely qualify for NCAAs in November, should the NCAA Regional races go as they think.

The third round of FloRatings have been released by Flotrack, and there has been some shakeup in the “top performances” based on this comparison method.  Note: the overall rankings do include duplicate names, unattached runners, and runners from different NCAA Divisions or skill levels (as previously noted in the first blog entry about the FloRatings). 

Men:

Ranking
Time Name School FloRating Meet
1 22:33.0 Lalang, Lawi Arizona 227 Louisville Classic
20 23:37 Dan Lowry Michigan 213.3 Wisconsin Invitational
38 23:44 Maksim Korolev Harvard 211.0 Wisconsin Invitational
47 23:47 Mike Murphy Columbia 210.0 Wisconsin Invitational
58 23:52 Alejandro Arroyo Yamin Princeton 208.3 Wisconsin Invitational
75 23:57 James Leakos Harvard 206.6 Wisconsin Invitational
109 24:03 Jake Sienko Columbia 204.6 Wisconsin Invitational
120 24:05 Chris Bendtsen Princeton 204.0 Wisconsin Invitational
127 24:06 Mark Feigen Columbia 203.6 Wisconsin Invitational
128 24:06 Leighton Spencer Columbia 203.6 Wisconsin Invitational
141 24:15:00 Will Geoghegan Dartmouth 203.1 Paul Short
149 24:09 Tyler Udland Princeton 202.6 Wisconsin Invitational

 

Women:

Ranking
Time Name School FloRating Meet
1 19:33 Laura Hollander Cal Poly 166.7 Wisconsin Invite
5 16:23 Alexi Pappas Oregon 163.4 Bill Dellinger
9 19:58 Abbey D’Agostino Dartmouth 161.7 Paul Short
30 20:04 Katie Kellner Cornell 156.4 Wisconsin Invite
38 20:06 Rachel Sorna Cornell 155.7 Wisconsin Invite
93 20:22 Emily Shearer Cornell 150.4 Wisconsin Invite
119 17:03 Greta Feldman Princeton 149 Notre Dame
125 20:37 Olivia Mickle, Sr Brown 148.7 Paul Short
128 20:27 Melissa Chapman Yale 148.7 Wisconsin Invite
135 17:06 Emily de la Bruyere Princeton 148 Notre Dame
145 20:30 Liana Epstein Yale 147.7 Wisconsin Invite

With Heps coming up in less than two weeks, can these rankings and polls be used to predict who will win the team or individual titles?  Feel free to discuss, and in the meantime, let us know if you’re coming to Heps!  We’re also looking for people who are interested in helping us out at Heps.

2 Responses to “Updated Rankings and Ratings”

  1. Walker says:

    Alexi Pappas is a Dartmouth Student

    • Mary Boggs says:

      Actually, Pappas graduated from Dartmouth this past June and she is using her last year of eligibility at Oregon while earning a graduate degree. She is running for Oregon in XC and indoor track.