COLLEGE STATION -- Recent rankings from the coaches association (USTFCCCA) have the Texas A&M remaining in the No. 6 position while the Aggie men improved one spot to No. 10. It’s the second time this season that both A&M squads have been among the top 10 at the same time.
LSU continues to hold the No. 1 position on the women’s ranking list. They are followed by Arizona State, Stanford, Tennessee, Michigan, Texas A&M, Minnesota, Penn State, Arkansas and Kansas among the top 10.
Joining Texas A&M and Kansas amid the top 25 rankings from the Big 12 conference are Texas at No. 12 and Baylor at No. 24.
Arizona State tops the men’s rankings for another week. The Sun Devils are followed by Florida State, Tennessee, LSU, BYU, Oklahoma, Texas, Northern Iowa, Florida and Texas A&M in the top 10.
Other squads in the top 25 from the Big 12 are Texas Tech at No. 16, Baylor at No. 19, Nebraska at No. 21 and Missouri at No. 25.
Women’s Rankings: 1. LSU; 2. Arizona State; 3. Stanford; 4. Tennessee; 5. Michigan; 6. Texas A&M; 7. Minnesota; 8. Penn State; 9. Arkansas; 10. Kansas; 11. Virginia Tech; 12. Texas; 13. Florida State; 14. Florida; 15. Mississippi; 16. Washington; 17. UTEP; 18. Arizona; 19. Southern Illinois; 20. Oregon; 21. Iowa; 22. Kentucky; 23. Georgia Tech; 24. Baylor; 25. South Carolina.
Men’s Rankings: 1. Arizona State; 2. Florida State; 3. Tennessee; 4. LSU; 5. BYU; 6. Oklahoma; 7. Texas; 8. Northern Iowa; 9. Florida; 10. Texas A&M; 11. Boise State; 12. Oregon; 13. Wisconsin; 14. Arkansas; 15. Clemson; 16. Texas Tech; 17. Kentucky; 18. Georgetown; 19. Baylor; 20. Georgia; 21. Nebraska; 22. Michigan; 23. Oral Roberts; 24. Stanford; 25. Missouri.
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