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Cabrini is 8th, Haverford College 11th in USILA Division III

Monday, 16th March 2009

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/16/09

    Cabrini College (4-1) held the eighth spot and Haverford College (4-1) moved up to No. 11 in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Division III rankings released today by Inside Lacrosse.

    Virginia (9-0) continues to hold the top spot in Division I.

Division I – USILA  

1. Virginia 9-0 180 (9 first-place votes)

2. Syracuse 4-1 171

3t Notre Dame 5-0 157

3t Cornell 3-1 157

5. Princeton 4-1 125

6. Hofstra 3-1 122

7. UMBC 4-2 120

8. Duke 6-2 112

9. Johns Hopkins 3-2 111

10. North Carolina 7-2 93

11. Maryland 5-2 85

12. Loyola 5-2 69

13. Hobart 5-0 68

14. Brown 4-1 60

15. Navy 6-2 50

16. Harvard 3-1 46

17. Albany 4-1 38

18. St. John’s 4-1 37

19. Georgetown 2-3 27

20. Army 4-2 19

Others receiving votes: Denver, Villanova, UMass, Colgate, Bucknell.

Division II – USILA

1. NYIT 4-0 90 (nine first-place votes)

2. Le Moyne 3-0 81

3. C.W. Post 5-0 72

4. Merrimack 1-0 57

5. Mercyhurst 2-1 56

6. Molloy 2-0 49

7. Limestone 2-2 20

8. Dowling 2-2 18

9t Bentley 1-1 13

9t Adelphi 3-2 13

Others receiving votes: Mars Hill, Notre Dame de Namur, St. Leo’s, Belmont Abbey, Pfeiffer.

Division III – USILA

1. Salisbury 7-0 300 (15 first-place votes)

2. Cortland 4-0 283

3. Stevenson 6-0 271

4. Roanoke 7-0 256

5. Ithaca 5-0 227

6. Endicott 4-0 218

7. Washington & Lee 6-0 196

8. Cabrini 4-1 195

9. Washington College 5-1 151

10. Middlebury 1-1 138

11. Haverford College 4-1 132

12. Nazareth 3-0 127

13. Bowdoin 2-0 109

14. Wesleyan 2-1 86

15. Western New England 1-1 81

16t Lynchburg 4-2 49

16t Tufts 3-0 49

18 Gettysburg 2-3 40

19. Denison 2-1 29

20. St Lawrence 0-1 26

Others receiving votes:  Stevens, Springfield, Randolph-Macon, RIT, McDaniel, Williams, Clarkson, Geneseo, Montclair, Keene State.


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