The University of Tampa posted the top women's grade point average
(GPA) among all NCAA Division II schools for the Winter-Spring 2007
semester, while Adelphi University boasted the top men's team GPA,
according to tabulations compiled by collegeswimming.com.
Ed Brennan's Spartans put up a 3.50 average that was unmatched by any
other NCAA II team. Wingate University, coached by Kirk Sanocki was a
close second at 3.47, while Brad Flood's University of Bridgeport women
scored 3.470 for third.
On the men's side, Coach Linda
Jelovich's Adelphi Panthers topped the rankings with a 3.39 GPA,
consigning Tampa (3.32) and the University of Findlay (3.26) to second
Tampa topped the combined men's (second) and women's
(first) rankings with a 3.41 GPA. Ouachita Baptist, whose me were fifth
and women sixth, was second with a 3.28 5, while Truman State, with its
men seventh and women fifth, took third with a 3.225 mark.
Combined National Top 10
- Tampa, 1st (women), 2nd (men), 3.41
- Ouachita Baptist, 6th (women, 5th (men), 3.40
- Truman State, 5th (women), 7th (men), 3.23
- Drury, 7th (women), T-9th (men), 3.19
- Delta State, 11th (women), 8th (men), 3.18
- Shippensburg, 4th (women), 17th (men), 3.11
- Findlay, 23rd (women), 3rd (men), 3.22
- Henderson State, 20th (women), 6th (men), 3.16
- Grand Valley State, 16th (women), 11th (men), 3.13
- Indianapolis, T-15th (women), 12th (men), 3.11
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