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USILA rankings: Villanova is No. 10, Lehigh tied for No. 11 in Division I

Monday, 12th March 2012

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/12/12

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) has released its Division I Men’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Poll for March 12.

Division I

Rank Team Pts (1st) Prev.

Lehigh's Adam Johnston acrobatically scores one of his three goals Sunday in an 11-7 win over Yale. The Mountain Hawks are now ranked 11th in the nation in the USILA Division I poll, tied with North Carolina

1 Virginia (7-0) 220 (11) 1
2 Johns Hopkins (6-0) 207 2
3 Massachusetts (6-0) 193 5
4 Cornell (3-1) 179 3
5 Loyola (5-0) 168 9
6 Syracuse (3-1) 160 6
7 Maryland (4-1) 152 4
8 Notre Dame (3-1) 146 7
9 Denver (4-1) 124 13
10 Villanova (4-1) 120 12
11t North Carolina (5-2) 110 8
11t Lehigh (6-1) 110 16
13 Fairfield (6-0) 88 17
14 Penn State (3-2) 72 10
15 Duke (3-3) 61 11
16 Princeton (2-2) 52 14
17 Colgate (5-1) 49 NR
18 Georgetown (2-1) 27 NR
19 Hofstra (2-3) 16 19
20 Delaware (3-4) 10 18

Also receiving votes: Bucknell, Yale, Robert Morris, Dartmouth, Marist, Bryant, UMBC, Ohio State, Harvard, Air Force, Penn

Division II

Rank Team Pts (1st) Prev.
1 Mercyhurst (3-0) 108 (9) 1
2 Adelphi (3-0) 95 2
3 Le Moyne (4-0) 87 4
4 Dowling (2-0) 83 5
5 Merrimack (2-0) 75 6
6 Limestone (7-1) 60 3
7 C.W. Post (3-1) 52 7
8 Seton Hill (2-2) 42 8
9 Mars Hill (8-0) 36 11
10 NYIT (4-2) 27 9
11 Chestnut Hill (4-1) 16 12
12 Saint Anselm (3-1) 8 NR

Also receiving votes: Catawba, Wheeling Jesuit, Lake Erie, Tampa

Division III

Rank Team Pts (1st) Prev.
1 Salisbury (7-0) 300 (15) 1
2 Tufts (1-0) 270 2
3 Cortland (3-0) 266 3
4 Stevens (4-0) 238 7
5 RIT (3-0) 230 6
6 Lynchburg (5-1) 221 9
7 Amherst (2-0) 212 5
8 Middlebury (1-0) 185 8
9 Stevenson (4-1) 162 4
10 Dickinson (4-1) 159 13
11 Denison (4-0) 156 12
12 Union (2-1) 142 11
13 Roanoke (3-2) 93 10
14 Endicott (1-2) 83 15
15 Bowdoin (1-0) 75 18
16 Gettysburg (2-2) 65 14
17 RPI (3-0) 57 17
18 Cabrini (3-2) 47 19
19 Springfield (2-1) 39 20
20 Wesleyan (2-0) 38 NR

Also receiving votes: Ithaca, Mary Washington, Western New England, Babson, Trinity, Franklin & Marshall, Haverford, Ohio Wesleyan, Colorado College, Colby, Skidmore, Ursinus, Eastern Connecticut, Adrian, Keene State, Hampden-Sydney, St. Mary’s

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