(NEW ORLEANS) – With an off-week, there wasn't much movement in the USTFCCCA national and regional polls, but the Walsh men did move up two spots to No. 15. The Cavalier women remain ranked at No. 16 in the nation. Both teams kept their respective spots in the regional polls.
The men's team surpassed Colorado Springs, Lee (Tenn.), and Sioux Falls. Lee and Colorado Springs are tied at No. 17 and were ranked 15th and 14th, respectively, last week. Sioux Falls was tied with Lee at No. 15 a week ago and is now at No. 16.
The top four of Adams State, Grand Valley, Colorado Mines, and Chico State remained the same, while Western State slipped from a tie for fourth to sole possession of No. 5 this week.
On the women's side, there was no movement in the rankings around the Cavaliers. Oklahoma Baptist made the biggest movement out of on the week with a jump from No. 21 to No. 19.
Like the men, the top four of Adams State, Western State, Grand Valley State, and U-Mary all remained the same. Augustana made a slight leap into the top five up one spot from No. 6.
With a goal of reaching the national championships still firmly in sight, the Cavaliers will get a preview of the course where the finals will be held this weekend at Schenley Park in Pittsburgh.