La. - The Alaska Anchorage men's and women's track & field teams continued
to be ranked in the top 15 nationally, according to the national team computer
rankings conducted by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches
Association (USTFCCCA) on Tuesday. The men's team moved up to No. 10, while the
women's team sits at No. 11.
team, which has been polled in the top 20 since the start of the 2010 season, jumped
up seven positions to No.10 after being polled at No. 17 in Week 3. The
Seawolves continue to be the lone Great Northwest Athletic Conference team in
the top 25 and are fifth in the West Region, with Grand Canyon leading the
team, which fell three positions in Week 4, continues to lead the GNAC with its
nearest league foe, Seattle Pacific, dropping two positions to No. 21. The
Seawolves moved up to second in the West Region, trailing Grand Canyon.
II is Adams State on the women's side and Saint Augustine's on the men's side.
Seawolves are idle this weekend before the multi-eventers compete in their
portion of the GNAC Championships on April 30 and May 1 in Nampa, Ida. The rest
of the Seawolves will partake in the Occidental Invitational on May 5 in Eagle