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Villanova moves up to No. 19 in USILA Division I rankings

Monday, 23rd March 2009

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/23/09    

Villanova (6-1) moved up to No. 19 in the weekly United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association rankings. In Division III, Haverford College (5-2) was No. 14, followed by Cabrini College (4-3).  

Division I 
1. Virginia 10-0 200 (10 first-place votes)

2. Syracuse 5-1 190

3t Notre Dame 6-0 175

3t Cornell 5-1 175

5. Princeton 5-1 156

6. Hofstra 4-1 137

7. Johns Hopkins 3-3 125

8. UMBC 5-2 123

9. Maryland 6-2 119

10. Duke 7-3 118

11. Harvard 4-1 96

12. North Carolina 7-3 89

13. Brown 5-1 82

14. UMass 4-3 55

15. Loyola 5-3 49

16. Navy 6-3 39

17t Hobart 5-1 36

17t Colgate 4-3 36

19. Villanova 6-1 17  

20t Denver 5-3 15

20t Albany 4-1 15

Others receiving votes: St. John’s, Georgetown, Army, Bucknell, Ohio State, Fairfield, Lehigh.

Division II  

1. NYIT 5-0 79 (seven first-place votes)

2. Le Moyne 4-0 73 (one first-place vote)

3. C.W. Post 6-1 64

4t Merrimack 3-0 52

4t Mercyhurst 4-1 52

6. Molloy 5-0 33

7t Limestone 4-2 28

7t Dowling 2-3 28

9. Bentley 1-1 14

10. Mars Hill 6-2 8

Others receiving votes: Adelphi, Saint Leo, Belmont Abbey.

Division III  

1. Salisbury 9-0 280 (14 first-place votes)

2. Stevenson 8-0 263

3. Roanoke 9-0 253

4. Ithaca 6-0 237

5. Endicott 6-0 216

6. Washington & Lee 8-0 209

7. Cortland 4-1 201

8. Washington College 7-1 166

9. Tufts 5-0 140

10. Western New England 3-1 139

11. Middlebury 3-1 125

12. Wesleyan 5-1 120

13. Bowdoin 4-1 109

14. Haverford College 5-2 96  

15. Cabrini College 4-3 83  

16. Gettysburg 4-3 70

17. Denison 3-1 61

18. Lynchburg 4-3 56

19. Nazareth 3-2 45

20. St Lawrence 1-2 25

Others receiving votes:  Geneseo, St. John Fisher, Stevens, Clarkson, McDaniel, Plattsburgh, Colby, Montclair.

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