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IWLCA polls: Penn drops two spots to No. 7 in Division I

Monday, 22nd March 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/22/10

Penn dropped two spots in this week’s IWLCA women’s rankings for Division I. The Quakers (6-1) are No. 7, with 274 votes.

In Division II, West Chester moved up one spot to No. 5. The Rams were 3-0 heading into play Monday.

IWLCA Division I Week 5 Poll
Record Votes (1st pl) Last Week
1. Northwestern 6-0 399 (19) 1
2. Maryland 8-0 381 (1) 2
3. Duke 9-1 357 3
4. North Carolina 7-1 335 4
5. Virginia 6-2 301 6
6. Syracuse 4-2 295 8
7. Pennsylvania 6-1 274 5
8. Stanford 4-2 237 9
9. Georgetown 2-4 233 7
10. Towson 5-1 225 10
11. Notre Dame 4-1 182 15
12. Vanderbilt 5-3 173 14
13. Boston University 4-3 137 11
14. Penn State 4-3 121 12
15. Loyola 6-3 120 17
16. Dartmouth 3-1 104 16
17. William and Mary 4-3 67 18
18. Hofstra 5-2 60 19
19. Princeton 2-4 46 13
20. James Madison 6-1 44 RV
Also receiving votes: Boston College, Ohio State, Rutgers

Division II
Record Votes (1st pl) Last Week
1. Adelphi 5-0 100 (10) 1
2. Lock Haven 3-0 89 2
3. C. W. Post 4-0 76 3
4. Limestone 8-1 64 4
5. West Chester 3-0 56 6
6. Mercyhurst 6-0 53 5
7. Stonehill 1-1 38 9
8. Dowling 3-1 30 7
9. New Haven 2-1 14 8
10. Pfeiffer 7-2 9 RV
Also receiving votes: Gannon

Division III
Record Votes (1st pl) Last Week
1. Salisbury 9-0 400 (20) 2
2. Gettysburg 7-0 368 3
3. Franklin & Marshall 4-1 359 1
4. Hamilton 3-0 339 4
5. TCNJ 4-0 310 5
6. Trinity (CT) 3-0 288 9
7. Colby 4-0 284 6
8. Stevens 4-0 252 8
9. Cortland 2-0 187 16
10t. Middlebury 1-1 184 11
10t. Williams 2-1 184 12
12. Babson 3-2 143 10
13. Tufts 1-2 127 13
14. Catholic 1-3 125 7
15. Bates 1-1 118 17t
16. Union 1-2 87 15
17. Washington and Lee 5-3 85 17t
18. Amherst 2-1 75 14
19. Stevenson 7-2 53 RV
20. Mary Washington 5-2 41 19
Also receiving votes: Endicott, McDaniel, Messiah

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