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IWLCA rankings: Penn No. 9, PSU No. 12, Princeton No. 14 in Division I

Wednesday, 7th March 2012

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/7/12

IWLCA Division I Week 2 Poll

Record Votes (1st pl) Previous
1. Northwestern 4-0 399 (19) 1
2. North Carolina 6-0 381 (1) 2
3. Maryland 5-1 356 3
4. Duke 5-2 333 5
5. Florida 4-2 305 4
6. Syracuse 2-2 301 9
7. Vanderbilt 2-1 249 11
8. Virginia 3-2 234 6
9. Pennsylvania 1-1 217 7
10. Notre Dame 3-0 205 14
11. Ohio State 5-1 180 10
12. Penn State 4-1 177 19
13. James Madison 3-1 138 13
14. Princeton 1-2 122 8
15. Georgetown 2-0 112 18
16. Dartmouth 2-0 100 15
17. Loyola 1-2 92 12
18. Boston College 3-1 78 17
19. Towson 3-0 53 RV
20. Stanford 1-4 51 16

Also receiving votes: Cornell, Johns Hopkins, Massachusetts, Stony Brook, Temple

IWLCA Division II Week 2 Poll (5 March 2012)

Record Votes (1st pl) Previous
1. LeMoyne 1-0 217 (7) 2
2. Adelphi 1-0 212 (7) 1
3. CW Post 0-0 196 (1) 3
4. Lock Haven 0-0 170 4
5. Rollins 5-0 169 5
6. Limestone 4-1 150 6
7. West Chester 0-0 134 7
8. Stonehill 0-0 121 9
9. New Haven 0-0 89 10
10. Merrimack 0-0 82 11
11. Molloy 1-1 81 14
12. Bentley 0-0 46 15
13. Dowling 0-1 43 8
14. Pfeiffer 3-1 27 NR
15. Florida Southern 4-0 23 RV

Also receiving votes: Gannon, Mercyhurst

IWLCA Division III Week 2 Poll (5 March 2012)

Record Votes (1st pl) Previous
1. Gettysburg 2-0 400 (20) 1
2. TCNJ 1-0 375 2
3. Cortland 1-0 366 3
4. Bowdoin 0-0 329 4
5. Salisbury 2-0 328 5
6. Franklin & Marshall 1-0 306 6
7. Hamilton 0-0 274 7
8. Trinity (CT) 0-0 247 8
9. Middlebury 0-0 235 9
10. Colby 0-0 223 10
11. Stevens 1-0 169 12
12. Messiah 2-0 153 14
13. Washington & Lee 2-1 152 13
14. Tufts 0-0 130 15
15. Catholic 0-2 128 11
16. Mary Washington 3-1 124 18
17. Amherst 0-0 99 16
18. Bates 0-0 63 17
19. Stevenson 1-1 29 RV
20t. Dickinson 2-2 12 19
20t. Williams 0-0 12 RV

Also receiving votes: Christopher Newport, Elizabethtown, Redlands

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