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IWLCA Polls: Penn drops one spot to 5th in D1; West Chester holds at 6th in D2

Tuesday, 16th March 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Rankings  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/16/10

Pennsylvania dropped on spot to No. 5 in the weekly Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Division I poll.

In Division II, West Chester remained at No. 6. Franklin & Marshall held the No. 1 spot in Division III.

IWLCA Division I Week 4 Poll
Record Votes (1st pl) Last Week
1. Northwestern 4-0 398 (18) 1
2. Maryland 4-0 382 (2) 2
3. Duke 5-1 342 6
4. North Carolina 6-0 331 3
5. Pennsylvania 2-1 317 4
6. Virginia 3-2 313 8
7. Georgetown 1-1 283 5
8. Syracuse 2-1 273 7
9. Stanford 4-2 220 10
10. Towson 2-0 193 12
11. Boston University 3-0 155 9
12. Penn State 3-2 154 14
13. Princeton 1-2 142 13
14. Vanderbilt 1-3 141 19
15. Notre Dame 2-1 129 11
16. Dartmouth 2-1 114 16
17. Loyola 2-3 93 17
18. William and Mary 2-2 58 18
19. Hofstra 54 RV
20. Rutgers 4-0 44 20
Also receiving votes: James Madison, New Hampshire, Ohio State

IWLCA Division II Week 4 Poll
Record Votes (1st pl) Last Week
1. Adelphi 2-0 100 (10) 1
2. Lock Haven 2-0 84 3
3. CW Post 1-0 81 2
4. Limestone 6-1 69 4
5. Mercyhurst 4-0 59 5
6. West Chester 2-0 47 6
7. Dowling 2-0 35 8
8. New Haven 0-0 28 7
9. Stonehill 1-0 23 10
10. Gannon 3-1 17 9
Also receiving votes: Pfeiffer

IWLCA Division III Week 4 Poll
Record Votes (1st pl) Last Week
1. Franklin & Marshall 3-0 392 (14) 1
2. Salisbury 7-0 382 (5) 2
3. Gettysburg 5-0 359 (1) 3
4. Hamilton 1-0 326 4
5. TCNJ 1-0 311 5
6. Colby 1-0 280 7
7. Catholic 1-2 235 10
8. Stevens 2-0 227 11
9. Trinity (CT) 1-0 203 13
10. Babson 2-1 189 8
11. Middlebury 0-1 187 6
12. Williams 0-1 150 12
13. Tufts 0-1 132 9
14. Amherst 1-0 128 NR
15. Union 1-2 125 14
16. Cortland 0-0 120 15
17t. Bates 1-0 108 NR
17t. Washington and Lee 4-2 108 16
19. Mary Washington 4-2 47 17
20t. Endicott 2-0 38 NR
20t. Nazareth 2-0 38 20
Also receiving votes: Buffalo State, Stevenson, William Smith

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