As I expected, and the school’s best finish ever with 1050.75 points, topped off with 83 for finishing T-3 in Omaha.
Texas won for the second straight year with 1449.50. Stanford second at 1352.25. Michigan and Ohio State 3rd and 4th. Florida was the top SEC school in fifth, then UNC, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Kentucky and OU rounding out the top 10.
Other SEC schools: Tennessee 13th, LSU 16th, Georgia 19th, Ole Miss 20, Bama 22, A&M 25, Auburn 32, SoCar 37, Misery 57, Vandy 66, Moo U 76.
From a quick recall of the past year, I would have said OU might have been higher. Is anyone else surprised by these rankings? No doubt the BAMA-UGA-Auburn should take notice as well the fact Texas and OU’s rankings represent a coming shift in the SEC’s center of decision-making. And of course, the continuing question of what exactly does Mizzou’s membership contribute again?
OU won gymnastics and softball, got to the final in Omaha and not a whole lot else.
Misery got to a regional final in softball, finished fifth in gymnastics, ninth in wrestling and a whole lot of finishes in the 20-29 range. At that they did better than Moo U and Vandy.
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