By Michael T. Bello
Published Feb 20, 2017 at 12:00 PM ET; Updated Feb 21, 2017 at 5:34 PM ET

Dunlop Sports - Official Squash Ball of the CSAHatfield, MA — Today, the eleventh Dunlop Women's College Squash Association Team Rankings of the season were released. These rankings will be used to seed the 2017 Women’s College Squash Association National Team Championships.

This is the fourth week of computerized ranking. At the end of January, an article explaining the computerized ranking methodology was published.

Although there were only a few teams playing this week, the matches had ranking ramifications.

In Hartford, Trinity hosted Princeton on Saturday. In last week’s rankings, the Bantams and Tigers were tied in the computerized rankings. With their 8-1 victory over Princeton, the Bantams assumed the 3rd ranking position, followed by Princeton.

Mount Holyoke and Conn College met on Friday. The Lyons earned a 5-4 victory over Conn College, moving Mount Holyoke to 29th and dropping the Camels to 30th.

Below are the Dunlop Women's College Squash Association Team Rankings as of 2/19/2017. Listed after each school’s name is their previous ranking.  Listed after each school’s name is their previous ranking and their Elo point total.

  1. Harvard University (1; 1278.255)
  2. Pennsylvania, University of (2; 1249.144)
  3. Trinity College (4; 1224.269)
  4. Princeton University (3; 1201.705)
  5. Yale University (5; 1180.66)
  6. Stanford University (6; 1160.697)
  7. Cornell University (7; 1141.538)
  8. Columbia University (8; 1122.984)
  9. Dartmouth College (9; 1104.885)
  10. Brown University (10; 1087.126)
  11. Williams College (11; 1069.944)
  12. Virginia, University of (12; 1045.924)
  13. George Washington University (13; 1042.934)
  14. Drexel University (14; 1041.167)
  15. Bates College (15; 1038.206)
  16. Middlebury College (16; 1034.552)
  17. Franklin and Marshall College (17; 1030.919)
  18. Amherst College (18; 1008.791)
  19. Bowdoin College (19; 987.172)
  20. Dickinson College (20; 982.961)
  21. Tufts University (21; 981.15)
  22. William Smith College (22; 979.23)
  23. St. Lawrence University (23; 976.202)
  24. Wesleyan University (24; 976.042)
  25. Colby College (25; 975.178)
  26. Hamilton College (26; 966.758)
  27. Wellesley College (27; 959.505)
  28. Vassar College (28; 955.694)
  29. Mount Holyoke College (30; 953.037)
  30. Connecticut College (29; 953.031)
  31. Northeastern University (32; 946.831)
  32. Bucknell University (31; 940.172)
  33. Haverford College (33; 937.002)
  34. Georgetown University (35; 933.531)
  35. Smith College (39; 908.669)
  36. Washington University in St. Louis* (37; 918.389)
  37. Colgate University* (38; 874.11)
  38. Rochester, University of (41; 873.834)
  39. Fordham University (44; 795.865)

*Non-varsity adjustment