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USILA Polls: Red-hot Drexel moves up to No. 12 spot in Division I rankings

Monday, 15th March 2010

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/15/10

Drexel, winners of five straight games, moved into the No. 12 spot in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll for Division I.

The Dragons (5-1), who have lost only to No. 1 Virginia, were unranked last week but gained a 7-6 win over previous No. 3 Notre Dame and a convincing 11-4 triumph over St. John’s. Drexel was one spot behind Lafayette, which is 5-0.

Division I, Week 3
Rank Team Record Points Previous
1 Virginia 6-0 200(10) 1
2 Syracuse 3-1 184 2
3 North Carolina 6-0 180 4
4 Maryland 4-0 169 5
5 Princeton 4-0 167 6
6 Hofstra 2-1 148 10t
7 Johns Hopkins 4-2 117 7
8 Duke 3-3 107 10t
9 Georgetown 2-2 103 12
10 Cornell 4-1 100 8
11 Lafayette 5-0 87 16
12 Drexel 5-1 84 nr
13 Notre Dame 3-2 83 3
14 Harvard 3-1 80 13
15 Stony Brook 3-1 76 15
16 Loyola 3-2 75 9
17 Yale 4-0 40 17
18 Bucknell 3-2 22 20
19 Robert Morris 5-0 21 nr
20 Brown 2-1 13 nr
Others Receiving Votes: Delaware, UMass, Navy, Fairfield, Ohio State,

Division II – Week 2
Rank Team Record Points Previous
1 C.W. Post 5-0 97(7) 1
2 LeMoyne 3-0 93(3) 2
3 Mercyhurst 4-0 80 3
4 Limestone 3-1 68 5
5 Bentley 1-1 53 9
6 NYIT 3-1 46 4
7 Dowling 2-1 38 8
8 Mars Hill 4-2 31 7
9 Tie Queens 4-1 15 10
9 Tie Saint Leo’s 7-1 15 nr
Others Receiving Votes: Merrimack, Adelphi, St. Anselm

Division III – Week 3
Rank Team Record Points Previous
1 Gettysburg 6-0 237(9) 1
2 Stevenson 5-0 230(3) 2
3 Salisbury 6-0 217 4
4 Cortland 1-2 181 5
5 Middlebury 1-0 232 7
6 Geneseo 3-0 171 10
7 Denison 2-0 163 6
8 Roanoke 5-1 150 3
9 Tufts 1-0 149 9
10 Dickinson 5-0 118 nr
11 Washington & Lee 6-1 117 8
12 Bowdoin 1-0 84 19
13 Nazareth 2-1 75 16
14 Haverford College 3-2 70 14
15 Stevens Tech 4-1 67 13
16 Wesleyan 2-1 57 11
17 St. Lawrence 2-1 36 12
18 Lynchburg 3-2 35 nr
19 Cabrini 3-2 30 18

20 Ohio Wesleyan 2-2 29 15
Others Receiving Votes: Skidmore, St. John Fisher, Drew, Union, RPI, W. New England, Lycoming, Franklin & Marshall, Ursinus, Williams, Widener, Bates


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