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Haverford College is 10th, Cabrini 14th in USILA D3 poll; Penn State moves into D1 Top 20

Monday, 20th April 2009

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/20/09

    Haverford College held the No. 10 spot and Cabrini College the No. 14 position in this week’s United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll. 

Division I

1. Virginia 13-1295 (15 first-place votes)

2. Syracuse 10-2 276

3. Notre Dame 12-0 271 (5 first-place votes)

4. Cornell 9-2 263

5. Princeton 10-2 244

6. Duke 10-3 224

7. Johns Hopkins 6-4 206

8. North Carolina 10-4 198

9. Hofstra 9-2 180

10. UMBC 9-3 150

11. Maryland 8-5 140

12. Loyola 8-4 124

13(t) Navy 9-4 120

13(t) Brown 11-2 120

15. Massachusetts 7-4 87

16. Bucknell 8-6 73

17. Colgate 9-4 65

18. Georgetown 6-6 35

19. Penn State 7-5 33

20. Harvard 6-5 24

Others receiving votes: Albany 15, Bryant 2, Villanova 2, Drexel 1.

Division II

1. Le Moyne 12-0 99 (nine first-place votes)

2. C.W. Post 11-1 91 (one first-place vote)

3. NYIT 9-1 79

4. Merrimack 10-1 67

5. Molloy 9-2 52

6. Mercyhurst 9-3 47

7. Bentley 7-2 40

8. Limestone 9-3 29

9. Dowling 6-5 25

10. Saint Leo 11-3 12

Others receiving votes: Seton Hill, Mars Hill.

Division III

1. Roanoke 16-0 256 (10 first-place votes)

2. Middlebury 11-1 237

3. Stevenson 14-1 233 (two first-place votes)

4. Ithaca 13-1 226

5. Salisbury 14-3 192 (one first-place vote)

6. Gettysburg 10-3 182

7. Washington & Lee 12-2 174

8. Tufts 11-2 160

9. Cortland 10-2 156

10. Haverford College 11-2 145

11. Geneseo 8-1 141

12. Western New England 10-2 113

13. Denison 10-1 108

14. Cabrini College 10-3 74

15. Endicott 12-3 65

16. St. Lawrence 9-2 58

17. Wesleyan 10-3 57

18. Lynchburg 11-4 44

19. Trinity 10-4 36

20. Williams 7-5 25

Others receiving votes: Clarkson, St. John Fisher, Stevens, Farleigh Dickinson, RIT, Washington College, Eastern Connecticut, Montclair.

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