By Caleb Scott
ADA —The Ohio Northern women's outdoor track and field team is ranked the highest it has ever been ranked in the fifth weekly United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association power rankings, released Tuesday, May 2.
The Polar Bears (78-4 overall) received 82.57 points in the rankings and are ranked No. 8 in the rankings.
Washington (Mo.) held the top spot with 204.74 points, while Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Cal.) came in second with 124.57 points and Williams (Mass.) rounded out the top-3 with 118.44 points.
Northern is coming off of a dominating first place finish at the Ohio Athletic Conference Championships where they won the title for the first time in seven years.
The Polar Bears return to action May 11-12 as they compete at the North Central (Ill.) Keeler Invitational.
USTFCCCA Power Rankings - Week 5
Tues., May 2
|9.||George Fox (Ore.)||82.39|
|15.||Johns Hopkins (Md.)||67.22|
|23.||Concordia Moorhead (Minn.)||47.61|