2014 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Projected Team Scores – Oregon women, Florida men favored

by LetsRun.com March 14, 2014 What about the team scores you say? Well we’ve got you covered. It’s hard to understand the complex coaches’ association computer rankings so we make it simple for you. We looked at the entries and scored the top five teams in the coaches rankings according to declared descending order list. […]

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by LetsRun.com
March 14, 2014

What about the team scores you say? Well we’ve got you covered. It’s hard to understand the complex coaches’ association computer rankings so we make it simple for you. We looked at the entries and scored the top five teams in the coaches rankings according to declared descending order list. We just scored the entries as the NCAA does 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1.

The LRC rankings (which really the descending order rankings) show that the Oregon women, not the Florida women are the team to beat.

Final Computer Rankings
Men

1 Florida 176.35
2 Arkansas 155.62
3 Texas A&M 126.85
4 Wisconsin 109.10
5 Arizona 103.85

Final Computer Rankings
Women

1 Florida 170.46
2 Oregon 166.84
3 Texas A&M 160.58
4 Georgia 125.59
5 Texas 116.21

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The results are as follows. We included people not expected to score so you can see who has the potential to do better than their projections.

LRC (Descending Order) Rankings
Men

1. Florida – 51 points
2. Texas A&M – 42 points
3. Arkansas – 37 points
4. Arizona – 37 points
5. Wisconsin – 33 points

1. Florida – 51 points
60m  – 0 (#12)
60mh – 5 (#4)
200m – 18 (#1, #2)
400m – 11 (#2, #7, #8)
800m  – 4 (#5, #9, #10)
5000m – 0 – (#9)
4 x 400 – 8 (#2)
LJ – 5 (#4)

2. Texas A&M – 42 points
60m – 10 (#1, 16)
60mh -0 (#10)
200m – 12 (#4, 5, 6, 16)
400 – 10 (#1)
4 x 400 – 10 (#1)
PV -0 (#9)

3. Arkansas – 37 points
60mh – 0 (#9)
400m – 0 (#9)
800 – 1 (#8, #13)
4 x 400 – 5 (#4)
DMR – 3 (#6)
HJ – 0 (#11)
PV – 6 (#3)
LJ – 12 (#2, #5)
TJ – 2 (#7, #10)
Hep – 8 (#2)

3. Arizona – 37 points
Mile – 10 (#1)
3000 – 10 (#1)
5000 – 5 (#4)
HJ – 10 (#1)
TJ – 0 (#13)
WT – 2 (#7)
Hep- 0 (#14)

5. Wisconsin – 33 points
3000 – 1 (#8)
5000 – 10 (#1, 11)
PV – 5 (#4)
SP – 0 (#10)
WT – 10 (#1)
Hep – 7 (#5, 6)

LRC (Descending Order) Rankings
Women

1. Oregon – 50 points
2. Florida – 46 points
3. Texas A&M – 42 points
4. Texas – 39 points
5. Georgia – 28 points

1. Oregon- 50 points

60 – 14 (#2, 3)
60mh – 2 (#7)
400 – 3 (#6)
800 – 10 (#1)
3000 – 1 (#8)
5000 – 0 (#15)
4 x 400 – 6 (#3)
DMR – 6 (#3)
HJ – 0 (#9, 15)
LJ – 8 (#2)

2. Florida – 46 points
60m – 5 (#4)
200m – 6 (#3, 10, 14)
400 – 6 (#3, 14)
mile – 4 (#4, 14)
4 x 400 – 8 (#2)
DMR – 3 (#6)
HJ – 6 (#3)
TJ – 8 (#2)
WT – 0 (#9)
Pent – 0 (#9)

3. Texas A&M – 42 points
60m – 3 (#7, 8, 12)
200 – 14 (#1, 5, #9)
400 – 5 (#4, 10)
4 x 400 – 5 (#4)
LJ – 0 (#16)
TJ – 5 (#4)
WT – 10 (#1)
Pent – 0 (#12)

4. Texas – 39 points
60 – 3 (#6)
200 – 0 (#16)
400 – 18 (#1, 2, 11)
4 x 400 – 10 (#1)
HJ – 0 (#14)
PV – 8 (#2)

5. Georgia – 28 points
800 – 8 (#2)
Mmile – 1 (#8)
PV – 4 (#5)
LJ – 6 (#3)
Pent – 13 (#2, 4, 16)

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