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Re: 2018-2019 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: TM@BOTC] #285349
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My D1 picks Maryland and BC
My D3 picks Tufts Middlebury

See you in Baltimore

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Re: 2018-2019 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: baldbear] #285360
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Originally Posted by baldbear
My D1 picks Maryland and BC
My D3 picks Tufts Middlebury

See you in Baltimore


Maryland wins it all. Defense, Goalie and overall athleticism will prevail.

I don't like it but they will win.

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Maryland over BC by 4
M.Taylor wins Tewarrton

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How many coaching openings are there in D 1?

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Some observations:

Defense wins.

On the top teams few if any freshmen see playing time.

At the top programs the large majority of players continue to play (they do not quit). I have read many times on this site that 50% of the players will quit. That is not true for the top players who play for the top programs.

Highly touted HS players do go on to become big time players at big time programs.

Officials are at best mediocre. There are way too many bad / wrong calls that have a big impact on the game.

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Congratulations to Maryland today. Team has depth of talent which helps when a program has a legacy. BC has a lot of talent graduating so it will interesting to see how that program progresses.

Congratulations to Adelphi at D2.

As I head out for some food ( and beer ) a congratulations to Middlebury in D3. Game delayed for weather but they are up 14-8 with 3:12 to go. Middlebury is D3’s “ Maryland “ in terms of a legacy of competitive teams which of course helps with recruiting.

It was I who had the task of following the HS class of 2013 through college and while the very top teams keep their players the defections do begin fairly high in the rankings. Another colleague was tasked with following early commitments and defections. This data, along with other considerations, resulted in the change in recruitment rules.

Enjoy your summer. Remember these players are student athletes and I wish all the seniors future success.

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Originally Posted by baldbear
Congratulations to Maryland today. Team has depth of talent which helps when a program has a legacy. BC has a lot of talent graduating so it will interesting to see how that program progresses.

Congratulations to Adelphi at D2.

As I head out for some food ( and beer ) a congratulations to Middlebury in D3. Game delayed for weather but they are up 14-8 with 3:12 to go. Middlebury is D3’s “ Maryland “ in terms of a legacy of competitive teams which of course helps with recruiting.

It was I who had the task of following the HS class of 2013 through college and while the very top teams keep their players the defections do begin fairly high in the rankings. Another colleague was tasked with following early commitments and defections. This data, along with other considerations, resulted in the change in recruitment rules.

Enjoy your summer. Remember these players are student athletes and I wish all the seniors future success.


"Team has depth of talent which helps when a program has a legacy" ? Not sure what your point is. If they have depth of talent they did not use it today. 16 players played for Maryland.

"BC has a lot of talent graduating so it will interesting to see how that program progresses. " Progresses? BC has been to the final four three straight years. Most of the top programs have a lot of talent graduating. Maryland started 8 seniors plus a graduate student in the championship game. I would say they have a lot of talent graduating as well. In fact Maryland has more talent graduating than BC. Maryland played zero freshmen, box score "live stats" says BC played zero freshmen as well but pretty sure one freshman saw action for BC.

My take is... The best HS players tend to go to the best college programs. Those players continue to do well even if they do not see much playing time as freshmen. They work hard and earn playing time and when they are Jr's and Sr's they become major contributors. Last year JMU was loaded with seniors who were major contributors, this year Maryland was loaded with seniors that were major contributors.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Maryland over BC by 4
M.Taylor wins Tewarrton


I’m not so sure about that...I think an argument can be made that Md wins anyway even without Taylor... no way BC is there without Sam A...
both are great players and teammates.. and all appearance dictate they are wonderful young women... but who is the Best Player this year.. to me it’s Sam A.

It will be tough to beat a Maryland player with the Md. home field advantage...just ask Kayla Treanor and Kylie Ohlmiller.

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It's a wrap. Here is how it all shook out.

http://laxbytes.com/2019/binwomstats/rating01.php

Coaches Final Poll should be out soon.

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It will be interesting to see where BC begins pre season polls.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a wrap. Here is how it all shook out.

http://laxbytes.com/2019/binwomstats/rating01.php

Coaches Final Poll should be out soon.


2019 Final Poll 2019 Preseason Poll

1 - Maryland 1 - Boston College
2 - Boston College T 2 - Maryland
3 - North Carolina T 2 - North Carolina
4 - Northwestern 4 - JMU
5 - Syracuse 5 - Stony Brook
6 - Princeton 6 - Florida
7 - Virginia 7 - Northwestern
8 - Denver 8 - Princeton
9 - Notre Dame 9 - Loyola
10 - Loyola 10 - Penn
11 - Michigan 11 - Towson
12 - Stony Brook 12 - Penn State
13 - Florida 13 - Navy
14 - Penn 14 - Virginia Tech
15 - JMU 15 - Syracuse
16 - Navy 16 - Virginia
17 - USC 17 - Colorado
18 - Georgetown 18 - Stanford
19 - Colorado 19 - Denver
20 - Dartmouth 20 - Notre Dame
21 - Duke 21 - USC
22 - Hopkins 22 - Georgetown
23 - Stanford 23 - Hopkins
24 - High Point 24 - Duke
25 - Virginia Tech 25 - Dartmouth

Michigan the biggest surprise finishing 11th after not being in the pre-season Top 25.

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The IWLCA has announced the rosters for the 2019 Senior All-Star games for Division I, II, and III. The 44 players selected in each Division have been divided into two teams: North and South. The Senior All-Star games will be held on Tierney Field at US Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Md. on Saturday, June 1, 2019. The Division III teams will play the first game at 11:30 am, the Division I game will follow at 1:00 pm, and the Division II teams will cap off the event with their game at 2:30 pm. Admission for all three games is free of charge. The games will also be web-streamed live on IWLCA-tv.com.

DIVISION I

NORTH TEAM
Coach: Amy Slade, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Kiley Anderson University of Massachusetts Amherst Attack
Nicole Levy Syracuse University Attack
Jenna Janes University of Vermont Attack
Jenny Staines Monmouth University Attack
Samantha Nemirov University of Colorado Attack
Rachel MacCheyne Niagara University Attack
Miranda Stinson University of Colorado Attack
Jocelyne Lemay Central Michigan University Midfield
Katie Belval Boston University Midfield
Taylor Cuenin University of California, Davis Midfield
Hailey Wagner Marist CollegeMidfield
Eliza Christman University of California, Berkeley Midfield
Brittany Levine University of Maryland, Baltimore County Midfield
Catherine Sims University of Maryland, Baltimore County Midfield
Tonianne Magnelli Boston University Defense
Megan Beach Fairfield University Defense
Alexa Radziewicz Syracuse University Defense
Annalise Martin Hofstra University Defense
Kristen Yanchrois Loyola University Maryland Defense
Madison Richardson University of Michigan Defense
Harley Barrett Coastal Carolina University Goalkeeper
Katy Glynn Loyola University Marylan Goalkeeper

SOUTH TEAM
Coach: Allison Kwolek, University of Richmond

Hanna Haven James Madison University Attack
Caroline Steele University of Maryland Attack
Tessa Chad University of Louisville Attack
Miranda Ibello Johns Hopkins University Attack
Francesca Donato Saint Joseph's University Attack
Shannon Quinlan James Madison University Attack
Marissa Brown University of Richmond Attack
Leah Brennan American University Midfield
Brianna McCaffrey Liberty University Midfield
Samantha Herman High Point University Midfield
Kayla Brisolari Pennsylvania State University Midfield
Amber Lambeth Temple University Midfield
Ellie McNulty Johns Hopkins University Midfield
Mary Claire Byrne Virgnia Tech Midfield
Shelby Mercer University of Maryland Defense
Christine DiLullo Rutgers University Defense
Kaitlin Luzik University of Virginia Defense
Emily Torris Winthrop University Defense
Julie Ball University of Richmond Defense
Sinead Brierley Saint Joseph's University Defense
Katherine Widrick Liberty University Goalkeeper
Alaina Giani Winthrop University Goalkeeper


DIVISION II

NORTH TEAM
Coach: Ginny Martino, West Chester University

Sami Barnett West Chester University Attack
Ally Burrows Indiana University of Pennsylvania Attack
Bryanna Fazio Le Moyne College Attack
Amber Feminella Merrimack College Attack
Sarah Reilly Assumption College Attack
Brianna Wilson Molloy College Attack
Chelsea Abreu Adelphi University Midfield
Brooke Basso New York Institute of Technology Midfield
Hunter Isnardi Mercy College Midfield
Taylor Jefferis East Stroudsburg University Midfield
Katie Martyn Indiana University of Pennsylvania Midfield
Mackenzie Reh University of New Haven Midfield
Emma Rufolo East Stroudsburg University Midfield
Maggie Stella West Chester University Midfield
Kasi Cabrey Le Moyne College Defense
Meghan Cushing Assumption College Defense
Jessica Dussing Le Moyne College Defense
Mollie Gallagher Indiana University of Pennsylvania Defense
Alex Maitland-Ward Pace University Defense
Nicki Stanco Adelphi University Defense
Lauren Trepanned Merrimack College Goalkeeper
Ashley Miller New York Institute of Technology Goalkeeper

SOUTH TEAM
Coach: Kelly Gallagher, The University of Tampa

Aubriana Benedetto Florida Southern College Attack
Samantha Fernandez Georgian Court University Attack
Kallie German Rollins College Attack
Faith Kent Coker College Attack
Courtney Lafler Limestone College Attack
Emily Nelson McKendree University Attack
Dani Bursinger Florida Southern College Midfield
Rachel Elmore Lenoir-Rhyne University Midfield
Caroline Forester The University of Tampa Midfield
Samantha Schiano Florida Institute of Technology Midfield
Carly Shisle Grand Valley State University Midfield
Hannah Sugarcane McKendree University Midfield
Katie Wardle Queens University of Charlotte Midfield
Rose Blackburn Limestone College Defense
Sammy Case Queens University of Charlotte Defense
Valerie Hertz Shippensburg University Defense
Samantha Keesey Florida Southern College Defense
Katie Simpson Queens University of Charlotte Defense
Lindsay Van Beck Rollins College Defense
Alyssa Voccia Limestone College Defense
Amber Neumann Georgian Court University Goalkeeper
Arian Pierre Wingate University Goalkeeper


DIVISION III

NORTH TEAM
Coach: Courtney Shute, Tufts University

Dakota Adamec Tufts University Attack
Sarah Culver Christopher Newport University Attack
Allie Gibbons Haverford College Attack
Sarah Grapevine The College at Brockport Attack
Makenzie Kelley Lebanon Valley College Attack
[ChillLaxin] Szwajkowski Skidmore College Attack
Lauren Bradshaw Western Connecticut State University Midfield
Mary Doyle St. John Fisher College Midfield
Julia Golden Christopher Newport University Midfield
Maddie Hughes Franklin & Marshall College Midfield
Kathleen` Jaeger The College of New Jersey Midfield
Grain Kelly Illinois Wesleyan University Midfield
Avery Murphy Cabrini University Midfield
Emily Stoeppel Roger Williams University Midfield
Annie Sullivan Tufts University Midfield
Nicole Clauter York College of PA Defense
Megan Racioppi Widener University Defense
Sabrina Solow Amherst College Defense
Molly Tice St. John Fisher College Defense
Hedy Veith Tufts University Defense
Brianna Rizzari Nazareth College Goalkeeper
Abby Smith York College of PA Goalkeeper

SOUTH TEAM
Coach: Kim Williams, Wesleyan University

Maddie Bray Rowan University Attack
Cecily Docktor Washington College Attack
Courtney Fegan Salisbury University Attack
Mackenzie Maguire University of Mary Washington
Attack Sam Marmo Dickinson College Attack
Chelsea Orban Montclair State University Attack
Sophie Bass Albright College Midfield
Steph Colson Gettysburg College Midfield
Lindsay Farrell McDaniel College Midfield
Taylor Gretz Rowan University Midfield
Holly Hite Meredith College Midfield
Jess Lyons The Catholic University of America Midfield
Kelly McGinniss Lycoming College Midfield
Sarah Arbes Meredith College Defense
Erin Dugan The Catholic University of America Defense
Martha Hutzell Salisbury University Defense
Brianna Ladner Misericordia University Defense
Katrina Niedziela Gettysburg College Defense
Allie O'Leary University of Lynchburg Defense
Madison Schutz Washington College Defense
Hanna Ashby University of Mary Washington Goalkeeper
Megan Nemeth Fairleigh Dickinson University - Florham Goalkeeper

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Final 2019 Women's D2 Lacrosse Poll

Rank Institution Points FPV Record Last Poll
1 Adelphi 625 25 19-3 4
2 West Chester 584 0 20-3 5
3 Regis (Colorado) 557 0 20-1 2
4 Le Moyne 556 0 20-2 1
5 Queens (North Carolina) 540 0 19-3 10
6 Rollins 492 0 15-3 7
7 Tampa 463 0 14-4 3
8 Florida Southern 426 0 16-4 6
9 LIU Post 393 0 16-5 9
10 Colorado Mesa 361 0 15-4 17 11
Mercy 356 0 15-5 11
12 UIndy 346 0 18-2 12
13 East Stroudsburg 334 0 15-6 14
14 Lindenwood (MO) 319 0 16-3 8
15 Merrimack 280 0 11-8 15
16 Limestone 274 0 18-2 13
17 Assumption 205 0 14-5 16
18 New Haven 170 0 12-7 18
19 Bentley 145 0 11-6 T-19
20 Mercyhurst 133 0 13-7 23
21 Pace 130 0 11-7 T-19
22 Grand Valley State 128 0 14-4 21
23 Seton Hill University 113 0 11-9 25
24 New York Tech 86 0 13-5 22
25 Mount Olive 70 0 14-6 24


This is the final IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the 2019 season.

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Final 2019 Women's D3 Lacrosse Poll

Rank Institution Points FPV Record Last Poll
1 Middlebury 625 25 22-1 3
2 Salisbury 598 0 20-4 7
3 Tufts 569 0 19-3 4
4 Wesleyan (CT) 555 0 17-4 8
5 Gettysburg 518 0 19-2 1
6 York (PA) 467 0 17-6 6
7 Franklin & Marshall 466 0 17-5 5
8 Washington and Lee 454 0 18-3 2
9 Amherst 452 0 14-6 12
10 Catholic 382 0 17-5 10
11 Mary Washington 373 0 16-5 9
12 St. John Fisher 352 0 19-2 11
13 Bowdoin 325 0 10-8 14
14 TCNJ 322 0 14-6 15
15 William Smith 280 0 17-3 13
16 Colby 239 0 9-7 16
17 Colorado College 198 0 18-2 19
18 Trinity (CT) 179 0 9-7 17
19 Ithaca 165 0 14-7 20
20 University of Scranton 154 0 16-3 18
21 Brockport 117 0 16-5 21
T-22 Denison 60 0 16-5 NR
T-22 SUNY Cortland 60 0 11-6 T-22
24 SUNY Geneseo 57 0 14-5 T-22
25 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 51 0 16-3 NR


This is the final IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll of the 2019 season.

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Final 2019 Women's D1 Lacrosse Poll

Rank Institution Points FPV Record Last Poll
1 Maryland 625 25 22-1 2
2 Boston College 600 0 22-2 1
3 North Carolina 575 0 17-4 3
4 Northwestern 550 0 16-5 4
5 Syracuse 523 0 16-5 5
6 Princeton 495 0 16-4 8
7 Virginia 484 0 13-7 6
8 Denver 417 0 16-4 17
9 Notre Dame 410 0 14-5 7
10 Loyola 407 0 16-5 10
11 Michigan 380 0 16-4 9
12 Stony Brook 322 0 16-5 15
13 Florida 293 0 14-7 19
14 Penn 283 0 12-6 12
15 James Madison 262 0 16-4 11
16 Navy (USNA) 249 0 16-5 14
17 Southern California 226 0 16-4 13
18 Georgetown 216 0 12-9 20
19 Colorado 179 0 11-8 21
20 Dartmouth 178 0 11-6 18
21 Duke 120 0 11-8 16
22 Johns Hopkins 104 0 10-8 22
23 Stanford 102 0 13-6 23
24 High Point 55 0 15-5 24
25 Virginia Tech 22 0 8-10 25
RV Jacksonville 17-4 NR


This is the final IWLCA Division I Coaches Poll of the 2019 season.

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