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Villanova (4-0) cracks Top 20 in USILA poll; Cabrini falls in DIII

Thursday, 9th April 2009

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/9/09

    Villanova’s men, off to their first 4-0 start in in program history, got the 20th spot in this week’s United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Associaiton Division I poll. the Wildcats received 11 votes. In Division III, Cabrini, which suffered its first loss and fell to 3-1, moved down from No. 5 to No. 7. Haverford College, coming off a huge overtime win over St. Lawrence, moved up four spots to No. 14. 

Division I

1. Virginia 7-0 180 (9 first-place votes)

2. Syracuse 3-1 161

3. Princeton 4-0 158

4. Cornell 2-1 137

5. Notre Dame 4-0 133

6. Johns Hopkins 3-1 129

7. Maryland 4-1 128

8. North Carolina 6-1 127

9. UMBC 3-2 101

10. Duke 5-2 100

11. Georgetown 1-2 84

12. Hofstra 2-1 78

13. UMass 3-1 61

14. Loyola 3-2 56

15(t) Navy 4-2 49

15(t) St. Johns 4-0 49

15(t) Harvard 2-1 49

18. Brown 3-1 43

19. Denver 4-2 20

20. Villanova 4-0 11

Others receiving votes: Hobart, Army, Penn State, Albany, Bucknell, Fairfield, Ohio State

Division II

1 NYIT 3-0 90 (nine first-place votes)

2. Le Moyne 2-0 81

3. C.W. Post 4-0 72

4. Mercyhurst 2-0 63

5. Adelphi 3-1 37

6. Merrimack 0-0 33

7. Dowling 1-1 32

8. Mars Hill 4-0 30

9. Molloy 1-0 20

10. Seton Hill 1-2 11

Others receiving votes: Notre Dame de Namur, Limestone, Belmont Abbey, Bentley.

Division III

1. Salisbury 6-0 240 (12 first-place votes)

2. Cortland 3-0 224

3. Stevenson 4-0 214

4. Middlebury 1-0 199

5. Roanoke 6-0 190

6. Ithaca 3-0 173

7. Cabrini 3-1 149

8. Endicott 3-0 148

9. Lynchburg 4-1 146

10. Washington and Lee 4-0 130

11. Gettysburg 1-2 128

12. Washington College 3-1 112

13. Nazareth 2-0 74

14. Haverford College 2-1 70

15. Western New England 0-1 56

16. Bowdoin 1-0 56

17. Wesleyan 0-1 37

18. St. Lawrence 0-1 36

19. Springfield 2-2 31

20. Stevens 1-2 28

Others receiving votes:  Geneseo, RIT, Tufts, McDaniel, Clarkson, Union, Williams, Randolph-Macon, Ohio Wesleyan, Skidmore, Bates, Messiah, Montclair, Western Connecticut.


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