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IWLCA Rankings: Penn remains at No. 8 in D1; West Chester moves up in D2

Tuesday, 19th April 2011

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/19/11

IWLCA Division I Week 8 Poll

Record Votes (1st pl) Previous
1. Maryland 15-0 400 (20) 1
2. Duke 13-2 370 3
3. Florida 14-1 357 6
4. North Carolina 10-4 329 4
5. Northwestern 12-2 313 2
6. Loyola 12-0 294 5
7. Stanford 13-1 279 7
8. Pennsylvania 9-3 269 8
9. Albany 12-0 237 10
10. Virginia 9-5 223 11
11. Boston College 10-5 156 14
12. James Madison 10-3 136 9
13. Penn State 8-6 121 15
14. Dartmouth 8-3 118 16
15. Princeton 6-5 109 12
16. Georgetown 7-5 108 20
17. Vanderbilt 7-7 81 17
18. Johns Hopkins 9-5 76 RV
19. Syracuse 5-7 65 13
20. Ohio State 8-5 61 19
Also receiving votes: Harvard, Massachusetts, William & Mary

IWLCA Division II Week 8 Poll

Record Votes (1st pl) Previous
1. Adelphi 11-0 225 (15) 1
2. LeMoyne 11-1 193 2
3. Limestone 15-0 174 4
4. Lock Haven 13-1 191 3
5. Stonehill 12-1 165 5
6. West Chester 12-2 142 7
7. Dowling 9-2 99 9
8. CW Post 9-2 149 6
9. Rollins 11-3 117 8
10. Gannon 11-4-1 80 10
11. Mercyhurst 10-4 68 12
12. New Haven 8-5 43 13
13. Merrimack 9-5 70 11
14. Bloomsburg 9-6 41 14
15. Pfeiffer 12-6 16 15

Also receiving votes: Bentley, East Stroudsburg

IWLCA Division III Week 8 Poll

2011 Record Votes (1st pl) Previous
1. TCNJ 14-0 400 (20) 1
2. Hamilton 10-1 364 2
3. Trinity (CT) 11-0 354 3
4. Cortland 11-1 330 5
5. Salisbury 14-2 327 4
6. Gettysburg 12-2 311 6
7. Franklin & Marshall 13-2 279 7
8. Colby 9-2 251 10
9. Stevens 12-2 231 9
10. Catholic 9-3 195 11
11. Middlebury 7-4 193 8
12. Bowdoin 9-2 171 12
13. Tufts 9-3 152 13
14. Messiah 11-1 132 15
15. Washington and Lee 9-4 123 14
16. Amherst 7-4 120 17
17. Elizabethtown 10-3 76 16
18. Williams 8-5 42 18
19. Bates 7-4 36 19
20. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 12-2 24 RV
Also receiving votes: Brockport, Geneseo, Ithaca, Mary Washington

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