NEW ORLEANS, LA --- The Moravian College men's and women's track & field teams are both ranked fourth in the Mideast Region in the second NCAA Division III Regional Team Index of the 2018 outdoor season released by the U S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Tuesday.
The Greyhound women, who were 10th in the first poll of the year, have a total of 146.07 points. Johns Hopkins University is currently first in the Mideast Region with 528.11 points while Salisbury University in second with 220.84 points and Carnegie Mellon University is third with 215.44 points.
The Greyhound men have a total of 224.28 points, slipping one spot from third in the first poll of the outdoor season. Carnegie Mellon holds down the top spot with 280.97 points while Johns Hopkins is second at 276.13 points and Salisbury is third with 262.25 points.
To view the full rankings, visit http://www.ustfccca.org/assets/rankings/div3/2018-otf/DIII_2018_outWk2_TF_RegionalIndexByTeam.pdf.
Moravian will return to action on Friday, April 13 on the first day of the Coach P Invitational being hosted by the Greyhounds at Timothy Breidegam Track and Rocco Calvo Field.