A pair of Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference men's track & field teams remained in National Team Computer Rankings released Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Benedictine University remained at No. 4 in the week-three ranking while Aurora University moved down a spot to No. 25.
As a refresher, points in the USTFCCCA National Team Computer Rankings are based on the NCAA Division III Descending Order Lists. The higher an athlete is ranked on the list, the more points he or she provides his or her team. From there, a team's points are totaled and more points mean a better billing in the Top 25.
In the men's conference index Top 10, the NACC moved down one spot and is ranked No. 9, below No. 8 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and ahead of No. 10 University Athletic Association.