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Re: 2019-2020 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #299615
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2020 IWLCA Division II Coaches Poll – February 24, 2020



West Chester (0-0) took over the top spot in the first regular season Division II Coaches Poll of 2020, after the preseason favorite, Adelphi (2-1), stumbled in early season test against Florida Southern (2-2). Le Moyne (0-0) sits in the number two spot, followed by Adelphi, Queens (2-0) and Lindenwood (3-0) to round out the top five. Regis (1-0) is ranked sixth, Tampa (3-0) seventh, and Florida Southern is eighth, while UIndy (3-0) jumped three spots into ninth, and Rollins sits in the tenth position. The only new entrant to the poll is Roberts Wesleyan (2-1), who knocked Indiana (PA) out.

The action among the top-25 gets an early start this week, as Tampa (#7) hosts #5 Lindenwood on Tuesday. Friday’s games include #19 Grand Valley State at #9 UIndy, and East Stroudsburg (#12) at #16 Saint Leo, and Saturday sees #11 Mercy squaring off against #18 Bentley, and #21 Seton Hill paying a visit to Florida Southern (#8).



Rank Institution Points FPV Record Last Poll
1 West Chester 593 19 0-0 2
2 Le Moyne 562 1 0-0 3
3 Adelphi 520 2 2-1 1
4 Queens (North Carolina) 505 0 2-0 5
5 Lindenwood (MO) 497 1 3-0 9
6 Regis (Colorado) 494 1 1-0 4
7 Tampa 490 0 3-0 6
8 Florida Southern 471 0 2-2 8
9 UIndy 468 0 3-0 12
10 Rollins 465 0 3-1 7
11 Mercy 378 0 1-0 10
12 East Stroudsburg 368 0 1-0 11
13 New Haven 287 0 0-0 15
T-14 Assumption 259 0 0-0 16
T-14 Limestone 259 0 2-1 13
16 Saint Leo 253 0 3-1 23
17 Mercyhurst 208 0 1-0 19
18 Bentley 194 0 0-0 17
19 Grand Valley State 165 0 0-0 20
20 Colorado Mesa 124 0 0-2 14
21 Seton Hill University 122 0 2-0 21
22 Mount Olive 112 0 3-0 24
23 New York Tech 99 0 0-0 22
24 Pace 85 0 0-1 18
25 Roberts Wesleyan 56 0 2-1 NR

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2020 IWLCA Division I Coaches Poll – February 24, 2020



North Carolina (4-0) held onto the top spot in the Division I Coaches Poll this week after a convincing 19-6 victory over Maryland (1-2) on Saturday. Notre Dame (4-0) held onto the second spot, while Stony Brook (2-0) moved up to third, Syracuse (4-1) slotted in at number four, and Loyola (3-0) jumped seven spots to land in fifth. Northwestern (3-2), Virginia (4-0), Florida (2-1), Maryland, and Denver (4-0) comprised the back half of the top ten. There were no new entrants in this week’s poll, but there was a lot of shuffling among the teams ranked 11-25.

This week features several games that should impact next week’s poll, starting with #9 Maryland visiting fourth ranked Syracuse on Friday. Stony Brook (#3) travels to #8 Florida, Loyola (#5) squares off against #19 Penn State, and #7 Virginia welcomes top-ranked North Carolina on Saturday, while Stanford (#24) visits #6 Northwestern, and #22 Duke travels to #2 Notre Dame on Sunday.

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1 North Carolina 625 25 4-0 1
2 Notre Dame 598 0 4-0 2
3 Stony Brook 551 0 2-0 5
4 Syracuse 535 0 4-1 7
5 Loyola 512 0 3-0 12
6 Northwestern 492 0 3-2 6
7 Virginia 459 0 4-0 8
8 Florida 439 0 2-1 4
9 Maryland 435 0 1-2 3
10 Denver 398 0 4-0 10
11 Southern California 388 0 4-0 13
12 Penn 361 0 2-0 11
13 Princeton 344 0 1-1 9
14 Michigan 317 0 3-1 14
15 James Madison 231 0 3-1 17
16 Dartmouth 219 0 2-0 19
17 Boston College 167 0 2-2 15
18 Navy (USNA) 166 0 2-2 16
19 Penn State 155 0 4-0 25
20 Massachusetts-Amherst 148 0 1-1 20
21 Colorado 130 0 1-2 18
22 Duke 119 0 3-2 21
23 Virginia Tech 115 0 4-1 22
24 Stanford 71 0 2-2 24
25 Georgetown 22 0 2-1 23

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2020 IWLCA Division III Coaches Poll – February 24, 2020



The top five teams in the Division III Coaches Poll remained the same in the first week of the regular as they were in the Preseason Poll, however, the order changed a bit. Middlebury (0-0) swept all 25 first place votes to claim the top spot, followed closely by Tufts (0-0) in the second position. Gettysburg (2-0) and Salisbury (1-0) flip flopped at number three and four, and Wesleyan (0-0) remained ranked fifth. The back half of the top ten remained the same as in the Preseason Poll, however Franklin & Marshall (1-0) and York (1-0) switched paces at numbers six and seven.

There are a few significant games involving the top 25 scheduled for the upcoming week, starting on Wednesday, when #19 Ithaca welcomes Scranton (#24) to campus, and Franklin & Marshall (#6) visits #7 York. Saturday’s games feature top-ranked Middlebury hosting #13 Bowdoin, Franklin & Marshall at #14 Mary Washington, #2 Tufts at Colby (#16), Denison (#21) at Gettysburg (#3), and Ithaca at #23 Cortland, followed by Sunday’s matchup between #8 Washington and Lee and #4 Salisbury.



Rank Institution Points FPV Record Last Poll
1 Middlebury 625 25 0-0 1
2 Tufts 585 0 0-0 2
3 Gettysburg 559 0 2-0 4
4 Salisbury 552 0 1-0 3
5 Wesleyan (CT) 520 0 0-0 5
6 Franklin & Marshall 486 0 1-0 7
7 York (PA) 475 0 1-0 6
8 Washington and Lee 450 0 1-1 8
9 Amherst 433 0 0-0 9
10 Catholic 392 0 0-0 10
11 St. John Fisher 353 0 0-0 11
12 TCNJ 345 0 0-0 13
13 Bowdoin 310 0 0-0 14
14 Mary Washington 309 0 1-1 12
15 William Smith 285 0 0-0 15
16 Colby 251 0 0-0 16
17 Colorado College 222 0 2-0 17
18 Trinity (CT) 208 0 0-0 18
19 Ithaca 183 0 1-0 19
20 Brockport 148 0 1-0 21
21 Denison 105 0 1-1 T-22
22 SUNY Cortland 89 0 0-0 T-22
23 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 57 0 1-0 25
24 University of Scranton 52 0 0-1 20
25 Messiah 28 0 1-1NR
RV SUNY Geneseo 0-1 24

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NESCAC play gets underway this weekend as D3 gets its full roster of teams playing.

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[quote=Anonymous]We should see some movement, here is how the Top 25 fared...

1 - North Carolina:....... Pounded Maryland.... Running Clock with about 10 minuets left in game.
2 - Notre Dame:........... Beat Ohio State...
3 - Maryland:............... Taken to the wood shed by UNC.... Not Top 10 at this point.
4 - Florida:................... Blown out by Loyola. Maryland win not so impressive now.
5 - Stony Brook:.......... DNP. Should be well rested for trip to Florida.
6 - Northwestern:........ Lost to Syracuse in a good game.
7 - Syracuse:.............. Held on to beat Northwestern.
8 - Virginia:................. Squeaked by Princeton.
9 - Princeton:.............. Lost close one to Virginia.
10 - Denver:................. Handled Harvard.
11 - Penn:.................... Edged out Hopkins for the win.
12 - Loyola:.................. Hounds ran all over Florida.
13 - USC:..................... Too much for a Boston College team that is trying to find their way.
14 - Michigan:.............. Beat Colorado, another Running Clock.
15 - Boston College:.... Lost to USC, is BC Top 20?
16 - Navy:.................... Should have stayed in bed like their Men's Team... Lost to Villanova.
17 - JMU:..................... Win over High Point. PSU up Next.
18 - Colorado:.............. Beat up by Michigan.
19 - Dartmouth:............ Easy over BU. Could make a run at an Ivy Championship.
20 - UMass:................. Off over the weekend, They play UMass Lowell today.
21 - Duke:.................... Easy win over GW.
22 - Va Tech:................ Pulled away from Elon in the 2nd half.
23 - GTown:................. 12 - 10 over Drexel.
24 - Stanford:............... Beat UC Davis... their next 2 games will be telling.
25 - Penn State:........... Blow out over Cornell, Running Clock entire 2nd half.

It is early but it looks like 10 to 15 Teams will have a legit chance to make the Final Four, maybe more.??

The Fat Guy's opinion ranking

1 - UNC
2 - ND
3 - Stony Brook
4 - Virginia
5 - Syracuse
6 - Loyola
7 - Denver
8 - Penn
9 - Northwestern
10 - USC
11 - Princeton
12 - Florida
13 - Maryland
14 - Michigan
15 - JMU
16 - Dartmouth
17 - UMass
18 - Penn State
19 - Va Tech
20 - Stanford
21 - Duke
22 - Navy
23 - Hofstra
24 - GTown
25 - Boston College



Not bad but you really should flip Navy and Duke.


All the time and analysis that went into the original post and your contribution is that #21 and #22 should be reversed? What would we do without you?
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Apparently not much time or analysis went into the original post or Navy would have been above Duke who not only lost to Navy but have beaten no one . There are some other things that are questionable but the Navy directly beating Duke seemed like an obvious miscalculation . Now go have a cookie .

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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[quote=Anonymous]We should see some movement, here is how the Top 25 fared...

1 - North Carolina:....... Pounded Maryland.... Running Clock with about 10 minuets left in game.
2 - Notre Dame:........... Beat Ohio State...
3 - Maryland:............... Taken to the wood shed by UNC.... Not Top 10 at this point.
4 - Florida:................... Blown out by Loyola. Maryland win not so impressive now.
5 - Stony Brook:.......... DNP. Should be well rested for trip to Florida.
6 - Northwestern:........ Lost to Syracuse in a good game.
7 - Syracuse:.............. Held on to beat Northwestern.
8 - Virginia:................. Squeaked by Princeton.
9 - Princeton:.............. Lost close one to Virginia.
10 - Denver:................. Handled Harvard.
11 - Penn:.................... Edged out Hopkins for the win.
12 - Loyola:.................. Hounds ran all over Florida.
13 - USC:..................... Too much for a Boston College team that is trying to find their way.
14 - Michigan:.............. Beat Colorado, another Running Clock.
15 - Boston College:.... Lost to USC, is BC Top 20?
16 - Navy:.................... Should have stayed in bed like their Men's Team... Lost to Villanova.
17 - JMU:..................... Win over High Point. PSU up Next.
18 - Colorado:.............. Beat up by Michigan.
19 - Dartmouth:............ Easy over BU. Could make a run at an Ivy Championship.
20 - UMass:................. Off over the weekend, They play UMass Lowell today.
21 - Duke:.................... Easy win over GW.
22 - Va Tech:................ Pulled away from Elon in the 2nd half.
23 - GTown:................. 12 - 10 over Drexel.
24 - Stanford:............... Beat UC Davis... their next 2 games will be telling.
25 - Penn State:........... Blow out over Cornell, Running Clock entire 2nd half.

It is early but it looks like 10 to 15 Teams will have a legit chance to make the Final Four, maybe more.??

The Fat Guy's opinion ranking

1 - UNC
2 - ND
3 - Stony Brook
4 - Virginia
5 - Syracuse
6 - Loyola
7 - Denver
8 - Penn
9 - Northwestern
10 - USC
11 - Princeton
12 - Florida
13 - Maryland
14 - Michigan
15 - JMU
16 - Dartmouth
17 - UMass
18 - Penn State
19 - Va Tech
20 - Stanford
21 - Duke
22 - Navy
23 - Hofstra
24 - GTown
25 - Boston College



Not bad but you really should flip Navy and Duke.


All the time and analysis that went into the original post and your contribution is that #21 and #22 should be reversed? What would we do without you?
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Apparently not much time or analysis went into the original post or Navy would have been above Duke who not only lost to Navy but have beaten no one . There are some other things that are questionable but the Navy directly beating Duke seemed like an obvious miscalculation . Now go have a cookie .


Add Richmond to the conversation.... The Spiders are a very solid team. 2020 is really shaping up to be an exciting year.

Some Big Games coming up...

Maryland @ Syracuse
North Carolina @ Virginia
Stony Brook @ Florida
Loyola @ Penn State
Duke @ Notre Dame
Stanford @ Northwestern

Who will be the next non-Top 20 Team to knock someone off?

Looking forward to The Army Vs Navy game this year... Army definitely on the rise.

Richmond vs Villanova should be interesting as should Umass vs Richmond.

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Re: 2019-2020 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: TheBackOfTheCage] #299724
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Nice win by Richmond yesterday. Virginia is still up and coming (not established) on the club and high school side but they certainly have some nice college programs: UVA, Richmond, JMU, Va Tech, Wm&Mary, VCU, Radford...

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Which programs are on the rise? Army and Richmond come to mind, what other non traditional Top 20 programs are trending in the right direction? Everybody knows the 15 or so programs who always seem to be in the Top 20 then there are a handful of teams like USC, UMass, Colorado, Denver, Hopkins, Dartmouth, Stanford, Georgetown that are in and out but which programs are poised to consistently be among the Top 20?

Michigan? Who else?

There seem to be a awful lot of programs that have been around for a long time that never seem to improve.

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I think Army has made great strides in a short period of time, but I also think there is a "cap" on how far they will rise.. To attend and play for any of the academy requires a very special kid.. there are only so many of those to go around... Army and Navy now compete for the same players, which at the end of the day leave both a little "Weaker"

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Maryland was unable to go to Syracuse due to an impending storm. This storm didn’t stop the Notre Dame tennis team or UNC basketball team from traveling to Cuse. Maybe after the butt kicking UNC gave them they were unable to sit for the long bus ride. NCAA should have done their job and said you have 2 options go to Syracuse or forfeit. Pathetic

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Maryland was unable to go to Syracuse due to an impending storm. This storm didn’t stop the Notre Dame tennis team or UNC basketball team from traveling to Cuse. Maybe after the butt kicking UNC gave them they were unable to sit for the long bus ride. NCAA should have done their job and said you have 2 options go to Syracuse or forfeit. Pathetic


Can someone with knowledge of the situation please provide insight please. I know that there is a storm but it looks like other teams (other sports) were able to make their way to Syracuse.

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Maryland was unable to go to Syracuse due to an impending storm. This storm didn’t stop the Notre Dame tennis team or UNC basketball team from traveling to Cuse. Maybe after the butt kicking UNC gave them they were unable to sit for the long bus ride. NCAA should have done their job and said you have 2 options go to Syracuse or forfeit. Pathetic


Both UNC and Notre Dame travel to Cuse by plane. UMD makes the trip by bus. Wont matter where the game is played, Cuse will win by 10 or more goals.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Maryland was unable to go to Syracuse due to an impending storm. This storm didn’t stop the Notre Dame tennis team or UNC basketball team from traveling to Cuse. Maybe after the butt kicking UNC gave them they were unable to sit for the long bus ride. NCAA should have done their job and said you have 2 options go to Syracuse or forfeit. Pathetic


Can someone with knowledge of the situation please provide insight please. I know that there is a storm but it looks like other teams (other sports) were able to make their way to Syracuse.


I agree 100%....so it was unsafe for Maryland to drive to Syracuse yesterday but it was OK for Syracuse to leave yesterday for a noon game today. Go Cuse

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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[quote=Anonymous]We should see some movement, here is how the Top 25 fared...

1 - North Carolina:....... Pounded Maryland.... Running Clock with about 10 minuets left in game.
2 - Notre Dame:........... Beat Ohio State...
3 - Maryland:............... Taken to the wood shed by UNC.... Not Top 10 at this point.
4 - Florida:................... Blown out by Loyola. Maryland win not so impressive now.
5 - Stony Brook:.......... DNP. Should be well rested for trip to Florida.
6 - Northwestern:........ Lost to Syracuse in a good game.
7 - Syracuse:.............. Held on to beat Northwestern.
8 - Virginia:................. Squeaked by Princeton.
9 - Princeton:.............. Lost close one to Virginia.
10 - Denver:................. Handled Harvard.
11 - Penn:.................... Edged out Hopkins for the win.
12 - Loyola:.................. Hounds ran all over Florida.
13 - USC:..................... Too much for a Boston College team that is trying to find their way.
14 - Michigan:.............. Beat Colorado, another Running Clock.
15 - Boston College:.... Lost to USC, is BC Top 20?
16 - Navy:.................... Should have stayed in bed like their Men's Team... Lost to Villanova.
17 - JMU:..................... Win over High Point. PSU up Next.
18 - Colorado:.............. Beat up by Michigan.
19 - Dartmouth:............ Easy over BU. Could make a run at an Ivy Championship.
20 - UMass:................. Off over the weekend, They play UMass Lowell today.
21 - Duke:.................... Easy win over GW.
22 - Va Tech:................ Pulled away from Elon in the 2nd half.
23 - GTown:................. 12 - 10 over Drexel.
24 - Stanford:............... Beat UC Davis... their next 2 games will be telling.
25 - Penn State:........... Blow out over Cornell, Running Clock entire 2nd half.

It is early but it looks like 10 to 15 Teams will have a legit chance to make the Final Four, maybe more.??

The Fat Guy's opinion ranking

1 - UNC
2 - ND
3 - Stony Brook
4 - Virginia
5 - Syracuse
6 - Loyola
7 - Denver
8 - Penn
9 - Northwestern
10 - USC
11 - Princeton
12 - Florida
13 - Maryland
14 - Michigan
15 - JMU
16 - Dartmouth
17 - UMass
18 - Penn State
19 - Va Tech
20 - Stanford
21 - Duke
22 - Navy
23 - Hofstra
24 - GTown
25 - Boston College



Not bad but you really should flip Navy and Duke.


All the time and analysis that went into the original post and your contribution is that #21 and #22 should be reversed? What would we do without you?
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Apparently not much time or analysis went into the original post or Navy would have been above Duke who not only lost to Navy but have beaten no one . There are some other things that are questionable but the Navy directly beating Duke seemed like an obvious miscalculation . Now go have a cookie .


Add Richmond to the conversation.... The Spiders are a very solid team. 2020 is really shaping up to be an exciting year.

Some Big Games coming up...

Maryland @ Syracuse
North Carolina @ Virginia
Stony Brook @ Florida
Loyola @ Penn State
Duke @ Notre Dame
Stanford @ Northwestern

Who will be the next non-Top 20 Team to knock someone off?

Looking forward to The Army Vs Navy game this year... Army definitely on the rise.

Richmond vs Villanova should be interesting as should Umass vs Richmond.


Maryland - can run but they can't hide....
Syracuse - travels well....
North Carolina - Defense wins Championships.... The Tar Heels Play good D.
Virginia - Up at the half, ran out of gas... 4 games in 12 days will do that (UNC pretty good as well)
Stony Brook - Tough one
Florida - Nice rebound beat a very good SBU Team...
Loyola - Hounds are running... Penn up next...
Penn State - after back to back Final 4's in 16' an 17' The Lions have struggled to remain a Top 20 Team... At JMU on Wednesday... should be a good one.

Can Duke pull an upset vs Notre Dame???

Richmond?? Don't look now but they could run the table... UMass Vs Richmond should be a battle... Villanova? not sure...

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Maryland was unable to go to Syracuse due to an impending storm. This storm didn’t stop the Notre Dame tennis team or UNC basketball team from traveling to Cuse. Maybe after the butt kicking UNC gave them they were unable to sit for the long bus ride. NCAA should have done their job and said you have 2 options go to Syracuse or forfeit. Pathetic


Can someone with knowledge of the situation please provide insight please. I know that there is a storm but it looks like other teams (other sports) were able to make their way to Syracuse.


I agree 100%....so it was unsafe for Maryland to drive to Syracuse yesterday but it was OK for Syracuse to leave yesterday for a noon game today. Go Cuse




Could you imagine if a different program pulled what Maryland did. Absolutely disgraceful

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