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Syracuse remains atop USILA poll; Cabrini 5th in Division III

Monday, 23rd February 2009

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/23/09    

Syracuse remained atop the USILA Division I poll released today by Inside Lacrosse. Both Villanova and Penn received votes, but did not make the Top 20. Meanwhile, in Division III, Cabrii was fifth and Haverford College is 12th. The two teams meet Saturday at Cabrini, 

USILA Division I Poll   

1. Syracuse 2-0 220 (11 first-place votes)

2. Virginia  3-0 209

3. North Carolina  4-0 179

4. Cornell 1-0 176

5. Georgetown 1-0 175

6. Johns Hopkins  1-0 170

7. UMBC  2-0 144

8. Notre Dame 2-0 127

9. Princeton 1-0 119

10. Duke 2-1 115

11. Maryland 2-1 112

12. Navy  2-1 98

13. Hofstra  1-0 77

13. Harvard 1-0 77

15. Brown  1-0 65

16. Loyola 1-1 50

17. Colgate 1-2 41

18. Ohio State 2-1 33

19. Denver 1-1 28

20. UMass 1-1 20

Others receiving votes: Villanova, Bucknell, Penn, Albany, Army, Fairfield.

Division II

1. NYIT 0-0 80 (eight first-place votes)

2. Le Moyne 0-0 72

3. C.W. Post 2-0 64

4. Mercyhurst 0-0 56

5. Adelphi 1-0 45

6. Dowling 0-0 42

7. Merrimack 0-0 32

8. Mars Hill 1-0 14

9. Molloy 0-0 11

10(t) Belmont Abbey 1-1 7

10(t) Limestone 0-1 7

Others receiving votes: Seton Hill, Bentley, Notre Dame de Namur.

Division III

1. Salisbury 2-0 259 (12 first-place votes)

2. Gettysburg 0-0 246

3. Cortland 0-0 227

4. Middlebury 0-0 218

5. Cabrini 0-0 191

6. Washington College 0-0 179

7. Ithaca 0-0 178

8. Stevenson 1-0 148

9. Roanoke 1-0 133

10. Lynchburg 0-1 131

11. Endicott 1-0 124

12. Haverford College 0-0 118

13. St. Lawrence 0-0 88

14. Wesleyan 0-0 87

15. Stevens 1-0 75

16. Denison 0-0 74

17. Williams 0-0 52

18. Western New England 0-0 51

19. Geneseo 0-0 45

20. Springfield 0-0 27

Others receiving votes:  Washington & Lee, Bowdoin, Nazareth, Franklin & Marshall, Union, Clarkson, Widener, Tufts, RIT, Mary Washington, Western Connecticut, Montclair.

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