These rankings now include all the fall and winter sports. There will be further updates in the spring. The final set of rankings should come out in the middle of June.
Springfield College currently has 346.25 points. SC accumulated 148 points in the fall, then 198.25 points in the winter. In this most recent set of standings, the Pride added 64.5 points as a result of its 12th-place finish nationally in women's swimming and diving. SC added another 30.5 points in men's swimming and diving.
The top two schools remain the same as they did in the most recent standings. Washington University of St. Louis is in first with 693.50 points, followed by Middlebury with 676.00 points.
They are followed by Amherst (654.75), MIT (542.75), Wisconsin-Whitewater (532.50), Williams (528.00), Johns Hopkins (460.25), St. Thomas (Minn.) (457.75), North Central (Ill.) (443.00), Tufts (Mass.) (433.00), Wisconsin-Oshkosh (413.50), Calvin (Mich.) (405.00), Wartburg (Iowa) (382.75), Emory (Ga.) (378.00), Ithaca (N.Y.) (378.00), TCNJ (360.00), Mount Union (357.25), Wisconsin-Eau Claire (355.50), Springfield (346.25), and Cortland State (344.50).