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Re: 2018-2019 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
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Womens Division II


Rank Institution Points FPV 2018 Record
1 Le Moyne 625 25 22-1
2 Adelphi 585 0 19-3
3 Florida Southern 578 0 21-2
4 Lindenwood (MO) 534 0 19-1
5 West Chester 490 0 19-1
6 East Stroudsburg 459 0 15-4
7 LIU Post 417 0 14-6
8 Regis (Colorado) 395 0 17-5
9 Rollins 388 0 14-4
10 Florida Tech 385 0 17-3
11 Limestone 346 0 17-3
T-12 Mercy 322 0 14-4
T-12 Indy 322 0 16-4
14 Pace 265 0 14-5
15 Mercyhurst 263 0 13-7
16 Merrimack 244 0 14-5
17 Grand Valley State 228 0 13-5
18 New York Tech 202 0 14-5
19 Tampa 176 0 12-6
20 New Haven 159 0 12-6
21 Lock Haven 119 0 13-6
22 Colorado Mesa 71 0 12-4
23 Bentley 67 0 9-7
24 Lake Erie 47 0 16-2
25 McKendree 35 0 9-10
25 Tiffin 35 0 11-7

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Rank Institution Points FPV 2018 Record
1 Gettysburg 616 20 21-2
2 Middlebury 585 2 20-3
3 TCNJ 574 2 20-3
4 Salisbury 527 1 21-2
5 Amherst 519 0 17-3
6 York (PA) 499 0 15-5
7 Franklin & Marshall 467 0 18-5
8 Mary Washington 436 0 17-5
9 Trinity (CT) 405 0 13-7
10 Tufts 393 0 13-5
11 Bowdoin 367 0 14-6
12 Wesleyan (CT) 353 0 12-7
13 Washington and Lee 343 0 16-5
14 SUNY Cortland 277 0 16-5
15 Catholic 268 0 15-7
16 Messiah 266 0 15-4
17 William Smith 245 0 15-5
18 St. John Fisher 200 0 17-3
19 Ithaca 161 0 14-5
20 Colby 147 0 9-7
21 Rowan 143 0 14-4
22 Colorado College 95 0 15-5
23 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 77 0 18-2
24 Stevens 51 0 14-6
25 Denison 50 0 17-3

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Florida took a beatdown from Maryland, let the fun begin!

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Florida took a beatdown from Maryland, let the fun begin!


I watched the game... Md won, put Florida gave the beating..was a bit rough to say the least.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Florida took a beatdown from Maryland, let the fun begin!


Out of curiosity I looked up Maryland starting lineup.... it debunks much of what is written on this site about what happens to the top HS players...

Nine of the 11 Starters for the Terps were Named Under Armour All-Americans as Seniors in HS. Nine of the 11 were Ranked by Inside Lacrosse in the Top 30 coming out of HS. The two players who were not ranked and were not UA All-Americans are transfers.

The reality is that the players who are ranked in the Top 30 by IL and who make UA All-American as Seniors do in fact go to the top college programs, they continue to play (they do not quit) and they do very well in college.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Florida took a beatdown from Maryland, let the fun begin!


Out of curiosity I looked up Maryland starting lineup.... it debunks much of what is written on this site about what happens to the top HS players...

Nine of the 11 Starters for the Terps were Named Under Armour All-Americans as Seniors in HS. Nine of the 11 were Ranked by Inside Lacrosse in the Top 30 coming out of HS. The two players who were not ranked and were not UA All-Americans are transfers.

The reality is that the players who are ranked in the Top 30 by IL and who make UA All-American as Seniors do in fact go to the top college programs, they continue to play (they do not quit) and they do very well in college.


Normally I would not care but this simpleton obviously has a kid who is highly regarded but has heard the " she will never play" and just cannot believe it. Another way to look at your UA superstars on the MD team last night is that 17 UA all americans did not start or even see the field while only 5 non UA all americans did not play. Your vast research does not address in any way players that stop playing. You make it too easy .

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High Point and UNC - UNC gettign away with a lot of contact. Lady ref giving the ball to UNC on a shot attempt from HPU, what was she watching.

great game to watch to see how Offensives and defenses play

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The best D2 and D3 would still beat D1 teams that are ranked outside the top 50. The bottom of D1 plays absolutely dreadful lacrosse now to be fair the bottom of D3 plays couldn't beat some PAL teams but the top of 2 and 3 are really very good

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Florida took a beatdown from Maryland, let the fun begin!


Out of curiosity I looked up Maryland starting lineup.... it debunks much of what is written on this site about what happens to the top HS players...

Nine of the 11 Starters for the Terps were Named Under Armour All-Americans as Seniors in HS. Nine of the 11 were Ranked by Inside Lacrosse in the Top 30 coming out of HS. The two players who were not ranked and were not UA All-Americans are transfers.

The reality is that the players who are ranked in the Top 30 by IL and who make UA All-American as Seniors do in fact go to the top college programs, they continue to play (they do not quit) and they do very well in college.


Normally I would not care but this simpleton obviously has a kid who is highly regarded but has heard the " she will never play" and just cannot believe it. Another way to look at your UA superstars on the MD team last night is that 17 UA all americans did not start or even see the field while only 5 non UA all americans did not play. Your vast research does not address in any way players that stop playing. You make it too easy .


Spot on

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I Think NOTRE DAME is going to win it all !!!!!! See their schedule this season

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I would love to see women’s college lax go to 6 personal fouls per a game. The amount of whistles would be cut in half per a game or you would see teams have to go very deep into bench. The issue is teams are clearly fouling on purpose in between 30s to stop breaks. It is an obvious “game plan” for teams. It would be so easy to implement. The refs wear a small mic they say number of infraction on to score keeper with head phone on.
The game unlike basketball doesn’t need to stop. Obviously this would need some more thought, but would great for game.

It would stop all cheap fouls in between 30s...as a player would need to think about fouls.

Game speed would be much better as well, also add some great excitement to game.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I Think NOTRE DAME is going to win it all !!!!!! See their schedule this season


Wow ,it’s as if they are conceding that they are just not very good .That is truly an embarrassing min conference schedule . They will set team records this year on offensive stats and yet will win nothing. The problem for them will be when they go under 500 in conference they will not make the tournament .

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I Think NOTRE DAME is going to win it all !!!!!! See their schedule this season



Their game against Liberty might be closer than one might think.

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I would love to see women’s college lax go to 6 personal fouls per a game. The amount of whistles would be cut in half per a game or you would see teams have to go very deep into bench. The issue is teams are clearly fouling on purpose in between 30s to stop breaks. It is an obvious “game plan” for teams. It would be so easy to implement. The refs wear a small mic they say number of infraction on to score keeper with head phone on.
The game unlike basketball doesn’t need to stop. Obviously this would need some more thought, but would great for game.

It would stop all cheap fouls in between 30s...as a player would need to think about fouls.

Game speed would be much better as well, also add some great excitement to game.

You want to improve game speed get rid of the draw, goalie clear.



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Originally Posted by Anonymous
I would love to see women’s college lax go to 6 personal fouls per a game. The amount of whistles would be cut in half per a game or you would see teams have to go very deep into bench. The issue is teams are clearly fouling on purpose in between 30s to stop breaks. It is an obvious “game plan” for teams. It would be so easy to implement. The refs wear a small mic they say number of infraction on to score keeper with head phone on.
The game unlike basketball doesn’t need to stop. Obviously this would need some more thought, but would great for game.

It would stop all cheap fouls in between 30s...as a player would need to think about fouls.

Game speed would be much better as well, also add some great excitement to game.




I've been saying this for years, and I am not alone. Clean up the game.

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