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Seventeen SEC Track & Field Programs Ranked In Top-25

37 days ago
SEC Staff
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Jan. 25, 2021)-----A total of 17 Southeastern Conference men's and women's track and field programs are ranked in the top-25 of the initial NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field National Rating Index released Monday by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Nine SEC women's programs are ranked in the top-20, including four of the top-five. Arkansas, Texas A&M and Georgia are ranked Nos. 1, 2 and 3, respectively, while Alabama is No. 5. LSU is ranked seventh, Kentucky is ninth, Tennessee is 10th, Florida is 15th and South Carolina is 19th. No other conference has more than six teams in the women's top-25.

A nation-leading eight SEC programs are ranked in the men's top-25, led by No. 1 Arkansas. LSU is No. 3, Tennessee is No. 5, Alabama is No. 8, Texas A&M is No. 11, Kentucky is No. 12, Georgia is No. 22 and Missouri is No. 24. No other conference has more than five teams in the men's top-25.

The 2021 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships will take place Feb. 25-27 in Fayetteville, Ark.

NCAA Division I Men's Indoor Track & Field USTFCCCA National TFRI: Track & Field Rating Index

1. Arkansas

2. North Carolina A&T

3. LSU

4. BYU

5. Tennessee

6. Texas Tech

7. Florida State

8. Alabama

9. Iowa

10. Southern Cal

11. Texas A&M

12. Kentucky

13. Oklahoma

14. Michigan

15. Texas

16. North Dakota State

17. Indiana

18. Virginia

19. South Dakota

20. Kansas State

21. Virginia Tech

22. Georgia

23. Minnesota

24. Missouri

25. Baylor

NCAA Division I Women's Indoor Track & Field USTFCCCA National TFRI: Track & Field Rating Index

1. Arkansas

2. Texas A&M

3. Georgia

4. Texas

5. Alabama

6. Southern Cal

7. LSU

8. Texas Tech

9. Kentucky

10. Tennessee

11. Minnesota

12. Baylor

13. Duke

14. Oklahoma State

15. Florida

16. South Dakota

17. Michigan State

18. Kansas

19. South Carolina

20. Oklahoma

21. Clemson

22. Maryland

23. Michigan

24. BYU

25. Ohio State