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USILA Rankings: Drexel remains at No. 11 in D1, Villanova enters at No. 17

Monday, 29th March 2010

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/29/10

Drexel remained at No. 11 and Villanova moved into the Top 20 at No. 17 in this week’s United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division I poll.

In Division III, Cabrini fell several spots to No. 16, tied with RIT.

Division I
Rank Team Pts (1st) Prev.
1 Virginia (9-0) 280 (14) 1
2 Syracuse (5-1) 259 2
3 North Carolina (9-0) 258 3
4 Maryland (6-1) 233 4
5 Princeton (6-1) 228 5
6 Cornell (7-1) 197 9
7 Duke (6-3) 192 7
8 Hofstra (4-2) 152 6
9 UMass (6-2) 140 18
10 Lafayette (6-1) 134 8
11 Drexel (7-2) 133 11
12 Loyola (5-2) 128 14
13 Georgetown (4-3) 122 10
14 Johns Hopkins (4-4) 111 12
15 Harvard (5-2) 75 16
16 Brown (3-2) 60 15
17 Villanova (5-2) 58 NR
18 Notre Dame (5-3) 51 13
19 Fairfield (5-2) 43 NR
20 Stony Brook (5-3) 42 17
Also receiving votes: Yale, Rutgers, Navy, Bucknell, Sacred Heart, Army

Division II
Rank Team Pts (1st) Prev.
1 C.W. Post (8-0) 95( 6) 1
2 Le Moyne (6-0) 94 (4) 2
3 Mercyhurst (6-0) 81 3
4 Limestone (5-1) 69 4
5 Bentley (3-1) 59 5
6 Dowling (6-1) 51 7
7 NYIT (5-2) 38 6
8 Queens (7-1) 23 9
9 Saint Leo (9-2) 18 8
10 Mars Hill (7-3) 17 10
Also receiving votes: Adelphi, Merrimack

Division IIII
Rank Team Pts (1st) Prev.
1 Stevenson (9-0) 274 (8) 2
2 Salisbury (10-0) 272 (6) 3
3 Gettysburg (9-1) 250 1
4 Cortland (4-2) 229 4
5 Dickinson (9-1) 210 8
6 Tufts (5-0) 206 9
7 Middlebury (4-1) 172 5
8 Roanoke (8-2) 170 7
9 Geneseo (5-1) 152 10
10 Connecticut College (6-0) 128 NR
11 Denison (4-1) 120 6
12 Nazareth (5-2) 116 12
13 Washington & Lee (8-2) 110 11
14 Lynchburg (6-3) 76 14t
15 St. John Fisher (7-0) 69 18
16t RIT (6-2) 63 NR
16t Cabrini (5-3) 63 14t
18 Ohio Wesleyan (5-2) 51 17
19 RPI (6-1) 45 19
20 Montclair (5-3) 34 NR
Also receiving votes: Haverford College, St. Lawrence, Williams, Union, Stevens, Ursinus, Eastern Connecticut, Skidmore, Wesleyan, Lycoming, Brockport

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