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NCAA DIVISION I RANKINGS

March 9, 2001 - Spring 6
Men's Singles

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1. Oskar Johansson, Arkansas-Fayetteville
2. Alex Kim, Stanford
3. Bo Hodge, Georgia
4. Genius Chidzikwe, SMU
5. Marko Cerenko, Duke
6. Ramsey Smith, Duke
7. Matias Boeker, Georgia
8. Jean-Julian Rojer, UCLA
9. Alex Hartman, Mississippi
10. Brian Vahaly, Virginia
11. Ajay Ramaswami, Louisiana State
12. Esteban Carril, TCU
13. K.J. Hippensteel, Stanford
14. Marco Baron, Mississippi State
15. Nathan Overholser, Florida
16. Romain Ambert, Mississippi State
17. Lesley Joseph, Georgia
18. Phillip King, Duke
19. David Martin, Stanford
20. Peter Handoyo, Tennessee-Knoxville
21. Andres Pedroso, Duke
22. Shuon Madden, Texas A&M
23. Tiago Ruffoni, Auburn
24. Daniel Klemetz, Middle Tennessee State
25. James Shortall, Mississippi
26. John Paul Fruttero, Cal-Berkeley
27. Al Garland, Pepperdine
28. Graydon Oliver, Illinois-Champaign
29. Jason Marshall, Purdue
30. Jon Wallmark, SMU
31. Andrew Park, So California
32. Oliver Maiberger, San Diego State
33. Julien Raynal, South Alabama
34. Brandon Wagner, Georgia
35. Peter Luczak, Cal State-Fresno
36. Maxim Belski, Alabama-Tuscaloosa
37. Andrej Bizjak, Washington
38. Jean Simon, Texas-Austin
39. Dane McGregor, Tulsa
40. Henrik Tofft, Arkansas-Fayetteville
41. Matt Prentice, Oklahoma State
42. Thomas Haug, Minnesota-Twin Cities
43. Jeremy Wurtzman, Florida
44. Michael Kogan, Tulane
45. Nenad Zivkovic, UNLV
46. Adam Carey, Tennessee-Knoxville
47. Travis Parrott, Georgia
48. Mario Toledo, Tennessee-Knoxville
49. Robert Gustafsson, Middle Tennessee State
50. Stefan Suter, Pepperdine
51. Phil Metz, Ohio State
52. Phil Stolt, Illinois-Champaign
53. Harsh Mankad, Minnesota-Twin Cities
54. Matt Hanlin, Washington
55. Jean-Noel Grinda, UCLA
56. Rene-Charles Combette, Mississippi State
57. Nic Dubey, Arizona State
58. Adrian Barnes, Cal-Berkeley
59. Olivier Levant, Florida
60. Chad Carlson, Georgia
61. Josh Goffi, Clemson
62. Mike Lang, Miami (FL)
63. Henry Beam, Michigan
64. Andy Posavac, Washington
65. Tobias Clemens, UCLA
66. Ryan Haviland, Stanford
67. Andy Leber, Texas-Arlington
68. Mikka Kangas, Southern Mississippi
69. Konstantine Zinchanka, South Alabama
70. Kristofer Stahlberg, Mississippi
71. Mark Parsons, Tennessee-Knoxville
72. Richard Barker, Rice
73. Paul Podbury, Tennessee-Knoxville
74. Valentino Pest, San Diego State
75. Christian Thall, South Alabama
76. Erfan Djahangiri, UCLA
77. Jevgenij Cariov, DePaul
78. Balazs Veress, Cal-Berkeley
79. Jeremy Berman, Washington
80. Guillaume Legat, South Carolina-Columbia
81. Sebastien Graeff, Pepperdine
82. Jesse Smatt, Louisiana State
83. Toni Gordon, TCU
84. Matt Klinger, Arizona State
85. Edo Bawono, Kentucky
86. Lassi Ketola, UCLA
87. Trace Fielding, TCU
88. William Barker, Rice
89. Mariano Pettigrosso, Arkansas-Little Rock
90. Eddie Coates, Vanderbilt
91. Mark Roberts, Boise State
92. Dumitru Caradima, Texas A&M
93. Javier Taborga, Notre Dame
94. Travis Rettenmaier, UCLA
95. Carlos Lozano, Brigham Young
96. Cesar Obieta, New Mexico State
97. Marc Legris, New Mexico State
98. Takeshi Itoh, New Mexico
99. Xavier Luscan, Florida State
100. Jason Pieters, Louisiana-Lafayette

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