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Haverford College moves up to No. 11 in DIII rankings

Monday, 30th March 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Rankings  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/30/09 

    Haverford College moved up to the No. 11 spot in this week’s Division III United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association rankings. Cabrini dropped to No. 17. In Division I, Villanova dropped out of the Top 20, but received some votes. 

Division I

1. Virginia 11-0 160 (eight first-place votes)

2. Syracuse 7-1 152

3. Cornell 6-1 140

4. Notre Dame 7-0 137

5. Princeton 7-1 124

6. UMBC 6-2 118

7. Hofstra 6-1 117

8. Maryland 6-3 100

9. Duke 8-3 94

10. North Carolina 8-3 82

11. Johns Hopkins 3-4 78

12. Brown 7-1 70

13. Harvard 5-2 50

14. UMass 5-3 48

15t Loyola 5-4 42

15t Colgate 6-3 42

17. Navy 7-3 40

18. Albany 5-2 23

19. Denver 6-4 17

20. Fairfield 5-2 9

Others receiving votes: Georgetown, Army, Villanova, Towson.

Division II

1. NYIT  6-0 97 (seven first-place votes)

2. Le Moyne 6-0 93 (three first-place votes)

3. C.W. Post 8-1 80

4. Merrimack 5-0 64

5. Mercyhurst 6-1 63

6. Molloy 6-1 53

7. Bentley 3-1 33

8. Mars Hill 7-2 23

9. Seton Hill 5-2 18

10. Dowling 2-5 9

Others receiving votes: Notre Dame de Namur, Limestone, Pfeiffer, Wheeling Jesuit, Wingate, Pace.

Division III

1. Stevenson 9-0 269 (seven first-place votes)

2. Roanoke 11-0 264 (four first-place votes)

3. Ithaca 8-0 248 (one first-place vote)

4. Salisbury 10-1 246 (two first-place votes)

5. Tufts 7-0 218

6. Cortland 6-1 213

7. Middlebury 5-1 187

8. Washington & Lee 9-1 151

9. Gettysburg 6-3 144

10. Western New England 4-1 143

11. Haverford College 7-2 140

12. Endicott 8-1 135

13. Bowdoin 6-1 132

14. Wesleyan 6-2 95

15. Washington College 8-2 79

16. Denison 5-1 65

17. Cabrini 6-3 62

18. Lynchburg 6-3 57

19. Geneseo 5-1 25

20. St Lawrence 3-2 24

Others receiving votes:  Stevens Tech, Colby, St. John Fisher, Trinity, Nazareth, McDaniel, Clarkson, FDU.


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