After winning their first-ever ITA National Team Indoor Championship this past weekend, the University of Chicago Maroons will also reach a new height in the rankings as they earn the top-spot in the March 10th Division III Women’s National Team Rankings. 

Now 8-1 on the season, the Maroons took down Emory (No. 2) in the 2022 ITA National Team Indoor Championship match after coming back from a 4-0 deficit to take down the Eagles to earn the Title. 

Pomona-Pitzer (No. 3), Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (No. 4), and Wesleyan (No. 5) round out the Top-Five of what is the first National Team Rankings of the 2022 spring season. 

Many teams re-enter the DIII National Team Rankings for the first time after sitting out the previous season due to Covid-19. Team’s such as Pomona-Pitzer, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Redlands (No. 31), and the California Institute of Technology (No. 23) are just a few teams back in the swing of things this spring.

*The ITA DIII Coaches Poll is voted on by the ITA National Ranking Committee. The National Ranking Committee is made up of the four ITA Region Chairs, as well as one National Chair.

DIII Women’s National Team Rankings – March 10

1Univ. of Chicago
2Emory University
3Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
5Wesleyan University
6Tufts University
8Univ. of the South
9Amherst College
10Middlebury College
11Carnegie Mellon University
12University Of Mary Washington
13Washington & Lee University
14Southwestern University (TX)
15Williams College
16Bowdoin College
17Case Western Reserve University
18Kenyon College
19Skidmore College
20Denison University
21Washington University in St. Louis
22Johns Hopkins University
23California Institute of Technology
24Trinity University (Texas)
25Swarthmore College
26The University Of Texas At Dallas
27Wellesley College
28New York University
29Christopher Newport University
30Gustavus Adolphus College
31Univ. of Redlands
32Colby College
33Univ. of Wisconsin, Whitewater
34Babson College
35Vassar College
36Bates College
37Hope College
38Linfield College
39Haverford College
40College of New Jersey

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