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2022 ILWomen/IWLCA Division I Poll – May 31



North Carolina claimed a perfect 22-0 season over Memorial Day Weekend and finishes the year atop the ILWomen/IWLCA Poll.

The Tar Heels owned the No. 1 spot in the poll since week 6 in late March. That was after their first win against Boston College — the national runners-up and the preseason No. 1 team in the country.

After BC, it’s Maryland and Northwestern, teams that led both BC and UNC, respectively, until late in their NCAA Semifinal matchups.

Quarterfinalists Stony Brook, Syracuse, Loyola, and Florida follow, and Princeton finishes in the Top 10 in Chris Sailer’s last season. Michigan was the biggest rising team from the last poll of the regular season to the final, moving up to No. 14 after an NCAA win against Notre Dame and a close game with Northwestern.

Rank Institution Points (FPV) Last Poll

1 North Carolina (22 - 0) 425 (17) 1
2 Boston College (19 - 4) 408 3
3 Maryland (19 - 2) 384 2
4 Northwestern (16 - 5) 381 6
5 Stony Brook (16 - 3) 347 7
6 Syracuse (15 - 6) 332 4
7 Loyola (20 - 2) 328 5
8 Florida (17 - 5) 309 8
9 Princeton (15 - 4) 270 9
10 Rutgers (16 - 5) 262 11
11 Denver (18 - 3) 249 12
12 James Madison (14 - 5) 241 10
13 Duke (16 - 4) 229 13
14 Michigan (11 - 7) 205 21
15 Jacksonville (14 - 5) 179 17
16 Virginia (10 - 10) 175 15
17 Notre Dame (9 - 10) 137 16
18 USC (13 - 5) 126 18
19 Stanford (12 - 7) 99 14
20 Johns Hopkins (10 - 9) 80 25
21 UConn (13 - 5) 78 20
22 UMass (16 - 4) 72 22
23 Arizona State (11 - 8) 63 19
24 Saint Joseph's (14 - 7) 49 23
25 Yale (11 - 6) 28 24
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Fairfield, Navy, Drexel, Ohio State, Mercer, Virginia Tech, Penn, Richmond, Pitt

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2022 ILWomen/IWLCA Division III Poll – May 31



Middlebury is the champion and No. 1 in the final ILWomen/IWLCA Poll.

The Panthers topped Tufts, the No. 2 team in the final poll, 13-5 to win their eighth title. Middlebury finished the season 22-1 and with tremendous significance. It was their third title in the last seven years, and the Panthers have won 10-straight NCAA Tournament games dating to the 2019 season.

After their NESCAC foes, TCNJ, Gettysburg, and Salisbury make up the Top 5. TCNJ rose from No. 7 to No. 3 over the course of the NCAA Tournament.

Rank Institution Points (FPV) Last Poll

Middlebury (22 - 1) 325 (13) 2
2 Tufts (19 - 4) 312 3
3 TCNJ (18 - 3) 295 7
4 Gettysburg (19 - 4) 288 4
5 Salisbury (17 - 3) 270 1
6 Franklin & Marshall (18 - 4) 253 6
7 Colby (16 - 4) 247 8
8 Washington and Lee (19 - 3) 244 5
9 William Smith (18 - 2) 215 9
10 Ithaca (17 - 4) 207 10
11 Wesleyan (CT) (13 - 5) 200 12
12 York (15 - 6) 175 11
13 Cortland (17 - 5) 156 16
14 St. Lawrence (15 - 3) 145 13
15 Messiah (13 - 6) 104 18
16 Chicago (18 - 2) 100 20
17 Bowdoin (9 - 7) 90 17
18 Catholic (14 - 5) 89 14
19 Denison (12 - 7) 83 NR
20 Hamilton (8 - 7) 82 15
21 Trinity (9 - 7) 65 19
22 Pomona-Pitzer (18 - 1) 63 24
23 Geneseo (14 - 4) 50 23
24 Roanoke (14 - 5) 43 NR
25 Haverford (12 - 5) 37 22
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Amherst, Kenyon, Cabrini, Roger Williams, Stevenson, Brockport, Rhodes, Capital, Stevens

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2022 ILWomen/IWLCA Division I Poll – May 31



North Carolina claimed a perfect 22-0 season over Memorial Day Weekend and finishes the year atop the ILWomen/IWLCA Poll.

The Tar Heels owned the No. 1 spot in the poll since week 6 in late March. That was after their first win against Boston College — the national runners-up and the preseason No. 1 team in the country.

After BC, it’s Maryland and Northwestern, teams that led both BC and UNC, respectively, until late in their NCAA Semifinal matchups.

Quarterfinalists Stony Brook, Syracuse, Loyola, and Florida follow, and Princeton finishes in the Top 10 in Chris Sailer’s last season. Michigan was the biggest rising team from the last poll of the regular season to the final, moving up to No. 14 after an NCAA win against Notre Dame and a close game with Northwestern.

Rank Institution Points (FPV) Last Poll

1 North Carolina (22 - 0) 425 (17) 1
2 Boston College (19 - 4) 408 3
3 Maryland (19 - 2) 384 2
4 Northwestern (16 - 5) 381 6
5 Stony Brook (16 - 3) 347 7
6 Syracuse (15 - 6) 332 4
7 Loyola (20 - 2) 328 5
8 Florida (17 - 5) 309 8
9 Princeton (15 - 4) 270 9
10 Rutgers (16 - 5) 262 11
11 Denver (18 - 3) 249 12
12 James Madison (14 - 5) 241 10
13 Duke (16 - 4) 229 13
14 Michigan (11 - 7) 205 21
15 Jacksonville (14 - 5) 179 17
16 Virginia (10 - 10) 175 15
17 Notre Dame (9 - 10) 137 16
18 USC (13 - 5) 126 18
19 Stanford (12 - 7) 99 14
20 Johns Hopkins (10 - 9) 80 25
21 UConn (13 - 5) 78 20
22 UMass (16 - 4) 72 22
23 Arizona State (11 - 8) 63 19
24 Saint Joseph's (14 - 7) 49 23
25 Yale (11 - 6) 28 24
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Fairfield, Navy, Drexel, Ohio State, Mercer, Virginia Tech, Penn, Richmond, Pitt

Congrats to all but especially to Rutgers, Jacksonville, UConn, Arizona St, St Joe's and Yale.

Rutgers the only real surprise in the Top 10, other than Rutgers it's the usual suspects. Denver has been very good the past few years but they do not get much attention.

Maryland haters proven wrong. It will be interesting to see what Notre Dame does with their schedule next year.

Going out on a limb and predicting Top 10 will look much the same next year.

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Anxious to see the freshman awards go out this year. Fresh faces. 19 yr olds vs 24 year old post grad grads.
Doesn’t sound like these trends will end anytime soon.

When do the seniors declare fifth years? It’s a whole ‘nuther draft/recruiting coming

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Wawawa stop your complaining nothing has changed when my daughter was playing as a junior there where freshman coming in that we’re older. Just play the card your dealt and stop whining.

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[quote=Anonymous]Wawawa stop your complaining nothing has changed when my daughter was playing as a junior there where freshman coming in that we’re older. Just play the card your dealt and stop whining.[/quote

5th years are ruining the game and screwing 2020-2023s. Everybody in high school lost a year they dont get it back. I have a kid that will get an opportunity for a 5th and I completely disagree with it.

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IWLCA Recognizes 2022 Division I All-American Teams

48 student-athletes honored



The IWLCA has named the 48 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2022 Division I All-American teams – honorees are divided into first, second, and third teams. This group of IWLCA All-Americans represent 19 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.

First Team

Abby Bosco University of Maryland, College Park Graduate Defense
Aurora Cordingley University of Maryland, College Park Graduate Attack
Katie Detwiler Loyola University Maryland Senior Defense
Lauren Gilbert Northwestern University Graduate Attack
Jill Girardi Northwestern University Graduate Midfield
Maddie Jenner Duke University Senior Draw Specialist
Ellie Masera Stony Brook University Sophomore Midfield
Ally Mastroianni University of North Carolina Graduate Midfield
Charlotte North Boston College Graduate Attack
Jamie Ortega University of North Carolina Senior Attack
Belle Smith Boston College Sophomore Midfield
Cassidy Spilis Rutgers University Junior Midfield
Emily Sterling University of Maryland, College Park Junior Goalkeeper
Sam Thacker University of Denver Junior Defense
Emma Trenchard University of North Carolina Senior Defense
Meaghan Tyrrell Syracuse University Senior Attack


Second Team

Meghan Ball Rutgers University Junior Defense
Catriona Barry Duke University Graduate Attack
Kasey Choma University of Notre Dame Junior Midfield
Mairead Durkin James Madison University Junior Defense
Emily Hawryschuk Syracuse University Graduate Attack
Kate Mashewske Syracuse University Junior Draw Specialist
Jenn Medjid Boston College Senior Attack
Taylor Moreno University of North Carolina Graduate Goalkeeper
Taralyn Naslonski Rutgers University Graduate Attack
Danielle Pavinelli University of Florida Sophomore Attack
Livy Rosenzweig Loyola University Maryland Graduate Attack
Sydney Scales Boston College Sophomore Defense
Kyla Sears Princeton University Senior Attack
Courtney Taylor Boston College Graduate Defense
Sydney Watson University of Connecticut Graduate Midfield
Jillian Wilson Loyola University Maryland Senior Midfield


Third Team

Bea Behrins University of Denver Graduate Attack
Cubby Biscardi Duke University Junior Defense
Olivia Carner Duke University Junior Midfield
Sarah Cooper Syracuse University Senior Defense
Marge Donovan Princeton University Senior Defense
Kelsey Huff University of Southern California Graduate Midfield
Ashley Humphrey Stanford University Freshman Attack
Hannah Leubecker University of Maryland, College Park Junior Attack
Emma LoPinto University of Florida Freshman Attack
Ashlyn McGovern University of Virginia Senior Attack
Emily Nalls University of North Carolina Junior Defense
Ally Palermo Northwestern University Graduate Defense
Isabella Peterson James Madison University Sophomore Attack
Emma Tyrrell Syracuse University Junior Midfield
Arielle Weissman University of Michigan Graduate Goalkeeper
Aubrey Williams University of Virginia Sophomore Draw Specialist

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IWLCA Names 2022 Division III All-American Teams

57 student-athletes honored



The IWLCA has named the 57 student-athletes who were selected for one of the 2022 Division III All-American teams – honorees are divided into first, second, and third teams. This group of IWLCA All-Americans represent 33 different institutions and are the best athletes in our game this year.

First Team

Erica Barr Middlebury College Junior Defense
Jordan Basso Gettysburg College Sophomore Attack
Anna Clarke Tufts University Senior Midfield
Jane Earley Middlebury College Junior Attack
Emily Kitchin Franklin & Marshall College Senior Goalkeeper
Olivia Lai Wesleyan University Junior Attack
Molly Laliberty Tufts University Senior Goalkeeper
Jennifer LaRocca The College of New Jersey Senior Attack
Hannah Lorenzen State University of New York at Cortland Graduate Midfield
Chloe MacDonald York College of PA Senior Midfield
Ally Marino Franklin & Marshall College Senior Attack
Allie McGinty William Smith College Sophomore Attack
Mary Pat McKenna Franklin & Marshall College Junior Defense
Caroline McKenna Salisbury University Senior Defense
Erin Nicholas Middlebury College Senior Midfield
Indigo Pellegrini de Paur Wesleyan University Graduate Defense
Rachel Rosenberg Ithaca College Graduate Defense
Erin Scannell Salisbury University Junior Attack
Allie Schwab Washington and Lee University Junior Attack


Second Team

Kate Balicki Wesleyan University Junior Midfield
Lilly Blair Roanoke College Senior Attack
Kiersten Blanchard York College of PA Junior Attack
Gianna Bruno Colby College Junior Attack
Emmy Bryden York College of PA Junior Defense
Margie Carden Tufts University Freshman Attack
Annie Eddy Colby College Junior Attack
Morgan Elmer State University of New York at Brockport Senior Goalkeeper
Delaney Hill Salisbury University Senior Midfield
Roma Hladky Haverford College Senior Midfield
Madison Lehan Tufts University Senior Defense
Hannah Marafioti State University of New York at Geneseo Graduate Attack
Casey McTague Denison University Senior Midfield
Eugenie Rovegno Washington and Lee University Sophomore Defense
Emily Schum University of Scranton Senior Defense
Sarah Stark Colby College Senior Defense
Katie Walsh Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham Sophomore Midfield
Kelsey Winters Christopher Newport University Junior Attack
Caroline Wise Ithaca College Sophomore Draw Specialist


Third Team

Emma Alpaugh Trinity College Senior Defense
Wayden Ay The College of New Jersey Junior Defense
Baylee Barker Rhodes College Senior Attack
Hanna Bishop Washington and Lee University Sophomore Attack
Fiona Bundy Bowdoin College Junior Midfield
Rachel Delate Messiah University Junior Attack
Katie Fullowan Gettysburg College Junior Attack
Kate Immergluck Pomona-Pitzer Colleges Senior Defense
Meghan Lane Hamilton College Sophomore Defense
Allyn Lilien Montclair State University Graduate Goalkeeper
Caroline O'Neil Kenyon College Junior Attack
Emma Parry Nazareth College Senior Defense
Gabriella Prisco Endicott College Graduate Midfield
Camryn Rogers Stevens Institute of Technology Senior Midfield
Hope Shue Middlebury College Freshman Midfield
Isabel Silvia St. Lawrence University Senior Midfield
Caroline Sullivan Gettysburg College Sophomore Midfield
Ally Tobler The College of New Jersey Sophomore Attack
Maizy Veitch Ithaca College Sophomore Attack

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Some analysis of the Division I All-American picks.

First team had 37% Graduate students, 31% Seniors, 19% Juniors and 13% Sophomores.

Second Team had 44% Graduate students, 19% Seniors, 25% Juniors, 12% Sophomores

Third Team had 25% Graduate students, 19% Seniors, 31% Juniors, 13% Sophomores and 13% Freshmen

Overall 35% were Graduate students, 23% Seniors, 25% Juniors, 13% Sophomore, 4% Freshmen

Did having Graduate students eligible affect Seniors more than any group or would their share have been distributed down the academic years? Did it affect Freshmen stars in any way? Without getting too deep into the stats I’m guessing most, if not all, Graduate students were All American as seniors so I’ll go out on a limb and say having fifth year players is “stealing” from the bottom classes. Thoughts?

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[quote=Anonymous]Wawawa stop your complaining nothing has changed when my daughter was playing as a junior there where freshman coming in that we’re older. Just play the card your dealt and stop whining.[/quote

5th years are ruining the game and screwing 2020-2023s. Everybody in high school lost a year they dont get it back. I have a kid that will get an opportunity for a 5th and I completely disagree with it.

Stop it already .... when and if your daughter becomes a collegiate athlete she too will be granted 4 full Years of eligibility. Until then she is not entitled to anything at the college level. If you feel that strongly about her losing a year of High School maybe you should have her retake the 12th grade Lol

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Originally Posted by baldbear
Some analysis of the Division I All-American picks.

First team had 37% Graduate students, 31% Seniors, 19% Juniors and 13% Sophomores.

Second Team had 44% Graduate students, 19% Seniors, 25% Juniors, 12% Sophomores

Third Team had 25% Graduate students, 19% Seniors, 31% Juniors, 13% Sophomores and 13% Freshmen

Overall 35% were Graduate students, 23% Seniors, 25% Juniors, 13% Sophomore, 4% Freshmen

Did having Graduate students eligible affect Seniors more than any group or would their share have been distributed down the academic years? Did it affect Freshmen stars in any way? Without getting too deep into the stats I’m guessing most, if not all, Graduate students were All American as seniors so I’ll go out on a limb and say having fifth year players is “stealing” from the bottom classes. Thoughts?



Bald Bear, Have always respected your opinion and what you bring to this Forum. But have to strongley disagree with the thought that someone may have stolen something from someone. In order to have something taken from or stolen from an individual they must first have earned or possesed that thing that is being stolen. The student athlete that may not have aquired AA status because of the presence of some better players could be considered unfortunate, but is reality. And to the HS parents on here who feel their daughter has been deprived of a spot in a starting lineup or even a spot on a roster, I would say no one should be entitled to something they have yet to earn.

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Can we take a minute and look away from the awards BS and consider some of the recent coaching changes? Here are a few that excite me.

Bill Olin moving from Cornell as the Assistant Head Coach to Clemson is a get for Kwolek. Bill is a great human and I've always enjoyed watching his interactions with players. His background as a goalie and with the D side will be a big addition to the program.

Coach McCord moving to USF is a good pick-up for a starting program, but what really excites me is the opportunity for an assistant coach to slide into the HC role. My pick? I'm hopeful they give Mike Bedford a serious look for the role. He's done a great job of revitalizing their offense and making them an offensive force. (I just wish the school was better academically.)

Any coaching changes you guys are interested in right now?

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I put “stealing” in italics for a reason. Just using a figure of speech. Not implying that anyone took something from someone else. Just asking the forum where would the graduate student All Americans choices fallen without the fifth year exception.

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Ummm….CN wins just like we said ! Umm… no brainer!

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I think we have moved to a place with AA selections and Tew Award for all coaches selection be made public knowledge. I think it would “true up” the process and selections. It would be just nice to see. It may not change the list at all.

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Congratulations to Charlotte North, 2022 Tewaaraton award winner.

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Congratulations to Charlotte North, 2022 Tewaaraton award winner.

YAAASSSS!!!!!!
She has put the game on the map for some people- little girls love her and all girls want to shoot like her!

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2022 Tewaaraton Winner Charlotte North

Charlotte North, a senior attacker from Dallas, Tex., finished second in the nation with 92 goals for NCAA Finalist Boston College, putting up a career-high 115 points and 139 draw controls, good for fifth and fourth, respectively, in the nation. She was named the IWLCA’s Player and Attacker of the Year after finishing first-team All-ACC. The first pick in the Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse College Draft, North finished her career as the NCAA’s all-time leader with 358 goals and was first-team All-American this season by the IWLCA, Inside Lacrosse/ILWomen and USA Lacrosse Magazine.

She becomes the fifth women’s player to win more than one Tewaaraton Trophy, joining Taylor Cummings (three in a row), Katie Schwarzmann (two), Hannah Nielsen (two), and Kristen Kjellman (two).

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Can CN win the Tewaarten, although her team lost the championship It only happened once before, Appuzo also from BC.

Please do a bit more research, it has happened several times before, both for players on the runner-up and players on teams that did not make the finals...

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Can CN win the Tewaarten, although her team lost the championship It only happened once before, Appuzo also from BC.

Please do a bit more research, it has happened several times before, both for players on the runner-up and players on teams that did not make the finals...

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Can CN win the Tewaarten, although her team lost the championship It only happened once before, Appuzo also from BC.

Please do a bit more research, it has happened several times before, both for players on the runner-up and players on teams that did not make the finals...

Erin Elbe, 2002, Georgetown (runner-up)
Katie Chrest, 2005, Duke (not in the finals)
Katie Schwarzmann, 2012, Maryland (not in the finals)
Katie Schwarzmann, 2013, Maryland (runner-up)
Taylor Cummings, 2016, Maryland (runner-up)
Sam Apuzzo, 2018, Boston College (runner-up)
Charlotte North, 2022, Boston College (runner-up)

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Did Hopkins name their next coach yet?

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Time to get the Tew award out from a Under Armour funded school. What brand sponsors it? All great players winning it , just an observation.

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Time to get the Tew award out from a Under Armour funded school. What brand sponsors it? All great players winning it , just an observation.

I do not think that has anything to do with it.

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Time to get the Tew award out from a Under Armour funded school. What brand sponsors it? All great players winning it , just an observation.

I do not see Under Armour listed as a sponsor of the award, they have a page of sponsors on their website. What is your observation?

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Time to get the Tew award out from a Under Armour funded school. What brand sponsors it? All great players winning it , just an observation.

I do not think that has anything to do with it.

Who votes for the winner? All the coaches? How does it work?

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Time to get the Tew award out from a Under Armour funded school. What brand sponsors it? All great players winning it , just an observation.

I do not think that has anything to do with it.

Who votes for the winner? All the coaches? How does it work?

They have a website…

Selection Committees

Players are nominated for the award by coaches from all three NCAA divisions during the collegiate season. All Watch List nominees are then screened and selected by two Selection Committees. The Selection Committees are comprised of collegiate coaches, one committee for the men and one committee for the women. At the conclusion of the season the selection committees meet to rank the top five male and female finalists. The finalists are then invited to the Awards Ceremony, where the Tewaaraton Award winners are announced.

Women’s Committee

Alicia Groveston, Chair
Jen Adams, Loyola University
Amy Bokker, Ohio State University
James Delaney, Indianapolis
Laura Field, Fairfield University
Jenny Graap, Cornell University
Christine Halfpenny, University of Notre Dame
Heather Holt, Old Dominion University
Alex Kahoe, St. Joseph’s University
Liza Kelly, University of Denver
Kerstin Kimel, Duke University
Sonia Lamonica, Towson University
Meghan McDonogh, Catholic University
Meghan McNamara, LIU Post
Lindsey Munday, University of Southern California
Hannah Nielsen, University of Michigan
Amanda O’Leary, University of Florida
Chris Sailer, Princeton University
Amy Appelt Slade, UMBC

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Time to get the Tew award out from a Under Armour funded school. What brand sponsors it? All great players winning it , just an observation.

I do not think that has anything to do with it.

Who votes for the winner? All the coaches? How does it work?

They have a website…

Selection Committees

Players are nominated for the award by coaches from all three NCAA divisions during the collegiate season. All Watch List nominees are then screened and selected by two Selection Committees. The Selection Committees are comprised of collegiate coaches, one committee for the men and one committee for the women. At the conclusion of the season the selection committees meet to rank the top five male and female finalists. The finalists are then invited to the Awards Ceremony, where the Tewaaraton Award winners are announced.

Women’s Committee

Alicia Groveston, Chair
Jen Adams, Loyola University
Amy Bokker, Ohio State University
James Delaney, Indianapolis
Laura Field, Fairfield University
Jenny Graap, Cornell University
Christine Halfpenny, University of Notre Dame
Heather Holt, Old Dominion University
Alex Kahoe, St. Joseph’s University
Liza Kelly, University of Denver
Kerstin Kimel, Duke University
Sonia Lamonica, Towson University
Meghan McDonogh, Catholic University
Meghan McNamara, LIU Post
Lindsey Munday, University of Southern California
Hannah Nielsen, University of Michigan
Amanda O’Leary, University of Florida
Chris Sailer, Princeton University
Amy Appelt Slade, UMBC

Thank you for that very informative response! This is what BOTC should be about. Thanks again and now I know. Appreciate it.

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2022 Final Rankings (RPI)


1 North Carolina
2 Boston College
3 Maryland
4 Northwestern
5 Florida
6 Syracuse
7 Stony Brook
8 Loyola
9 Rutgers
10 Denver
11 Princeton
12 James Madison
13 Duke
14 Virginia
15 Jacksonville
16 Johns Hopkins
17 UConn
18 Michigan
19 Massachusetts
20 Notre Dame
21 Southern California
22 Temple
23 Ohio St.
24 Yale
25 Penn St.
26 Vanderbilt
27 Stanford
28 Arizona St.
29 Navy
30 Saint Joseph's
31 Richmond
32 Vermont
33 Fairfield
34 Mercer
35 Army West Point
36 Virginia Tech
37 Drexel
38 Davidson
39 Towson
40 Georgetown
41 UAlbany
42 Louisville
43 Colorado
44 Liberty
45 Mount St. Mary's
46 High Point
47 Penn
48 Monmouth
49 Canisius
50 Pittsburgh
51 Siena
52 Hofstra
53 Harvard
54 Cornell
55 San Diego St.
56 Niagara
57 Lehigh
58 East Carolina
59 Brown
60 Manhattan
61 UMBC
62 Furman
63 Marquette
64 Bryant
65 Binghamton
66 Cincinnati
67 Delaware
68 Wagner
69 Villanova
70 Dartmouth
71 Central Mich.
72 UC Davis
73 Kennesaw St.
74 New Hampshire
75 Campbell
76 Duquesne
77 Elon
78 Iona
79 American
80 Quinnipiac
81 Robert Morris
82 Colgate
83 William & Mary
84 Coastal Carolina
85 Holy Cross
86 Bucknell
87 Gardner-Webb
88 VCU
89 Oregon
90 George Washington
91 Butler
92 UMass Lowell
93 California
94 La Salle
95 Stetson
96 Marist
97 Youngstown St.
98 Columbia
99 Boston U.
100 Sacred Heart
101 Old Dominion
102 George Mason
103 Lafayette
104 LIU
105 Wofford
106 Winthrop
107 Kent St.
108 Longwood
109 Merrimack
110 Saint Francis
111 Central Conn. St.
112 Radford
113 St. Bonaventure
114 Detroit Mercy
115 Presbyterian
116 Akron
117 Delaware St.
118 Howard

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DIVISION I WOMEN’S TOP 20

June 6, 2022

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1 - North Carolina - 2

2 - Boston College - 1

3 - Maryland - 6

4 - Northwestern - 4

5 - Stony Brook - 5

6 - Loyola - 9

7 - Syracuse - 3

8 - Florida - 10

9 - Princeton - 13

10 - Rutgers - 16

11 - Denver - 15

12 - Duke - 8

13 - James Madison - 12

14 - Michigan - Also Considered / received votes

15 - Notre Dame - 7

16 - Virginia - 11

17 - USC - Not Ranked

18 - Jacksonville - 18

19 - Stanford - 14

20 - Arizona State - Not Ranked


Final -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Drexel, Johns Hopkins, Saint Joseph's, UConn, UMass, Yale

Preseason -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Johns Hopkins, Louisville, Michigan, Penn State, Richmond, Temple


Preseason Ranking turned out to be fairly accurate and the "Human Poll" seems to track pretty close to the "RPI".

Two Preseason Top 10 dropped out (Duke, Notre Dame) Two moved into Top 10 (Princeton, Rutgers).

Three Preseason Top 20 dropped out (Drexel, UConn, Penn) Three moved into Top 20 (Michigan, USC, ArizonaSt).

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2022 Final Rankings (RPI)


1 North Carolina
2 Boston College
3 Maryland
4 Northwestern
5 Florida
6 Syracuse
7 Stony Brook
8 Loyola
9 Rutgers
10 Denver
11 Princeton
12 James Madison
13 Duke
14 Virginia
15 Jacksonville
16 Johns Hopkins
17 UConn
18 Michigan
19 Massachusetts
20 Notre Dame
21 Southern California
22 Temple
23 Ohio St.
24 Yale
25 Penn St.
26 Vanderbilt
27 Stanford
28 Arizona St.
29 Navy
30 Saint Joseph's
31 Richmond
32 Vermont
33 Fairfield
34 Mercer
35 Army West Point
36 Virginia Tech
37 Drexel
38 Davidson
39 Towson
40 Georgetown
41 UAlbany
42 Louisville
43 Colorado
44 Liberty
45 Mount St. Mary's
46 High Point
47 Penn
48 Monmouth
49 Canisius
50 Pittsburgh
51 Siena
52 Hofstra
53 Harvard
54 Cornell
55 San Diego St.
56 Niagara
57 Lehigh
58 East Carolina
59 Brown
60 Manhattan
61 UMBC
62 Furman
63 Marquette
64 Bryant
65 Binghamton
66 Cincinnati
67 Delaware
68 Wagner
69 Villanova
70 Dartmouth
71 Central Mich.
72 UC Davis
73 Kennesaw St.
74 New Hampshire
75 Campbell
76 Duquesne
77 Elon
78 Iona
79 American
80 Quinnipiac
81 Robert Morris
82 Colgate
83 William & Mary
84 Coastal Carolina
85 Holy Cross
86 Bucknell
87 Gardner-Webb
88 VCU
89 Oregon
90 George Washington
91 Butler
92 UMass Lowell
93 California
94 La Salle
95 Stetson
96 Marist
97 Youngstown St.
98 Columbia
99 Boston U.
100 Sacred Heart
101 Old Dominion
102 George Mason
103 Lafayette
104 LIU
105 Wofford
106 Winthrop
107 Kent St.
108 Longwood
109 Merrimack
110 Saint Francis
111 Central Conn. St.
112 Radford
113 St. Bonaventure
114 Detroit Mercy
115 Presbyterian
116 Akron
117 Delaware St.
118 Howard

NIKE/USA LACROSSE
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June 6, 2022

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1 - North Carolina - 2

2 - Boston College - 1

3 - Maryland - 6

4 - Northwestern - 4

5 - Stony Brook - 5

6 - Loyola - 9

7 - Syracuse - 3

8 - Florida - 10

9 - Princeton - 13

10 - Rutgers - 16

11 - Denver - 15

12 - Duke - 8

13 - James Madison - 12

14 - Michigan - Also Considered / received votes

15 - Notre Dame - 7

16 - Virginia - 11

17 - USC - Not Ranked

18 - Jacksonville - 18

19 - Stanford - 14

20 - Arizona State - Not Ranked


Final -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Drexel, Johns Hopkins, Saint Joseph's, UConn, UMass, Yale

Preseason -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Johns Hopkins, Louisville, Michigan, Penn State, Richmond, Temple


Preseason Ranking turned out to be fairly accurate and the "Human Poll" seems to track pretty close to the "RPI".

Two Preseason Top 10 dropped out (Duke, Notre Dame) Two moved into Top 10 (Princeton, Rutgers).

Three Preseason Top 20 dropped out (Drexel, UConn, Penn) Three moved into Top 20 (Michigan, USC, ArizonaSt).

Looks like Notre Dame was the most overrated team in the in the preseason poll.

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Congratulations to Charlotte North, 2022 Tewaaraton award winner.

Thank you Baldbear! It was an honor to win two in a row. I appreciate the support.

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Did Hopkins name their next coach yet?

Arizona State HC to Hopkins

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Clare Short moves from D2 Queens College to start the program at UNC- Charlotte.

Mindy McCord moves from Jacksonville to start South Florida program.

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Can someone clarify what the difference in playing years/eligibility between a grad transfer and a fifth year? How are some playing into their 6th year? What is a GR and what is a Fifth?

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Anyone else surprised by the new Hopkins HC?

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Can someone clarify what the difference in playing years/eligibility between a grad transfer and a fifth year? How are some playing into their 6th year? What is a GR and what is a Fifth?

Athletes are normally allowed to have 4 years of eligibility in collegiate sports. Due to Covid, they were granted a 5th year due to the effected season in 2020 so they can use that during graduate school or as a 5th year college player, they are 1 in the same and it will stop in 2024. The transfer portal however is still in effect with no end date and allows athletes to transfer schools(most conferences) without having to sit a year like was required precovid.

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Can someone clarify what the difference in playing years/eligibility between a grad transfer and a fifth year? How are some playing into their 6th year? What is a GR and what is a Fifth?

a sixth year player would have had a red shirt season along the way which does not count towards your 4 year eligibilty. Add that to the covid year and you have the sixith

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2022 Final Rankings (RPI)


1 North Carolina
2 Boston College
3 Maryland
4 Northwestern
5 Florida
6 Syracuse
7 Stony Brook
8 Loyola
9 Rutgers
10 Denver
11 Princeton
12 James Madison
13 Duke
14 Virginia
15 Jacksonville
16 Johns Hopkins
17 UConn
18 Michigan
19 Massachusetts
20 Notre Dame
21 Southern California
22 Temple
23 Ohio St.
24 Yale
25 Penn St.
26 Vanderbilt
27 Stanford
28 Arizona St.
29 Navy
30 Saint Joseph's
31 Richmond
32 Vermont
33 Fairfield
34 Mercer
35 Army West Point
36 Virginia Tech
37 Drexel
38 Davidson
39 Towson
40 Georgetown
41 UAlbany
42 Louisville
43 Colorado
44 Liberty
45 Mount St. Mary's
46 High Point
47 Penn
48 Monmouth
49 Canisius
50 Pittsburgh
51 Siena
52 Hofstra
53 Harvard
54 Cornell
55 San Diego St.
56 Niagara
57 Lehigh
58 East Carolina
59 Brown
60 Manhattan
61 UMBC
62 Furman
63 Marquette
64 Bryant
65 Binghamton
66 Cincinnati
67 Delaware
68 Wagner
69 Villanova
70 Dartmouth
71 Central Mich.
72 UC Davis
73 Kennesaw St.
74 New Hampshire
75 Campbell
76 Duquesne
77 Elon
78 Iona
79 American
80 Quinnipiac
81 Robert Morris
82 Colgate
83 William & Mary
84 Coastal Carolina
85 Holy Cross
86 Bucknell
87 Gardner-Webb
88 VCU
89 Oregon
90 George Washington
91 Butler
92 UMass Lowell
93 California
94 La Salle
95 Stetson
96 Marist
97 Youngstown St.
98 Columbia
99 Boston U.
100 Sacred Heart
101 Old Dominion
102 George Mason
103 Lafayette
104 LIU
105 Wofford
106 Winthrop
107 Kent St.
108 Longwood
109 Merrimack
110 Saint Francis
111 Central Conn. St.
112 Radford
113 St. Bonaventure
114 Detroit Mercy
115 Presbyterian
116 Akron
117 Delaware St.
118 Howard

NIKE/USA LACROSSE
DIVISION I WOMEN’S TOP 20

June 6, 2022

------- Final Ranking -------- Preseason Ranking ------

1 - North Carolina - 2

2 - Boston College - 1

3 - Maryland - 6

4 - Northwestern - 4

5 - Stony Brook - 5

6 - Loyola - 9

7 - Syracuse - 3

8 - Florida - 10

9 - Princeton - 13

10 - Rutgers - 16

11 - Denver - 15

12 - Duke - 8

13 - James Madison - 12

14 - Michigan - Also Considered / received votes

15 - Notre Dame - 7

16 - Virginia - 11

17 - USC - Not Ranked

18 - Jacksonville - 18

19 - Stanford - 14

20 - Arizona State - Not Ranked


Final -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Drexel, Johns Hopkins, Saint Joseph's, UConn, UMass, Yale

Preseason -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Johns Hopkins, Louisville, Michigan, Penn State, Richmond, Temple


Preseason Ranking turned out to be fairly accurate and the "Human Poll" seems to track pretty close to the "RPI".

Two Preseason Top 10 dropped out (Duke, Notre Dame) Two moved into Top 10 (Princeton, Rutgers).

Three Preseason Top 20 dropped out (Drexel, UConn, Penn) Three moved into Top 20 (Michigan, USC, ArizonaSt).

Looks like Notre Dame was the most overrated team in the in the preseason poll.

Technically, all of the ACC Teams that were ranked in the Preseason Poll were overrated. Boston College, Syracuse, Duke, Notre Dame, Virginia and Louisville all finished the year ranked lower than where they started the year.

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2022 Final Rankings (RPI)


1 North Carolina
2 Boston College
3 Maryland
4 Northwestern
5 Florida
6 Syracuse
7 Stony Brook
8 Loyola
9 Rutgers
10 Denver
11 Princeton
12 James Madison
13 Duke
14 Virginia
15 Jacksonville
16 Johns Hopkins
17 UConn
18 Michigan
19 Massachusetts
20 Notre Dame
21 Southern California
22 Temple
23 Ohio St.
24 Yale
25 Penn St.
26 Vanderbilt
27 Stanford
28 Arizona St.
29 Navy
30 Saint Joseph's
31 Richmond
32 Vermont
33 Fairfield
34 Mercer
35 Army West Point
36 Virginia Tech
37 Drexel
38 Davidson
39 Towson
40 Georgetown
41 UAlbany
42 Louisville
43 Colorado
44 Liberty
45 Mount St. Mary's
46 High Point
47 Penn
48 Monmouth
49 Canisius
50 Pittsburgh
51 Siena
52 Hofstra
53 Harvard
54 Cornell
55 San Diego St.
56 Niagara
57 Lehigh
58 East Carolina
59 Brown
60 Manhattan
61 UMBC
62 Furman
63 Marquette
64 Bryant
65 Binghamton
66 Cincinnati
67 Delaware
68 Wagner
69 Villanova
70 Dartmouth
71 Central Mich.
72 UC Davis
73 Kennesaw St.
74 New Hampshire
75 Campbell
76 Duquesne
77 Elon
78 Iona
79 American
80 Quinnipiac
81 Robert Morris
82 Colgate
83 William & Mary
84 Coastal Carolina
85 Holy Cross
86 Bucknell
87 Gardner-Webb
88 VCU
89 Oregon
90 George Washington
91 Butler
92 UMass Lowell
93 California
94 La Salle
95 Stetson
96 Marist
97 Youngstown St.
98 Columbia
99 Boston U.
100 Sacred Heart
101 Old Dominion
102 George Mason
103 Lafayette
104 LIU
105 Wofford
106 Winthrop
107 Kent St.
108 Longwood
109 Merrimack
110 Saint Francis
111 Central Conn. St.
112 Radford
113 St. Bonaventure
114 Detroit Mercy
115 Presbyterian
116 Akron
117 Delaware St.
118 Howard

NIKE/USA LACROSSE
DIVISION I WOMEN’S TOP 20

June 6, 2022

------- Final Ranking -------- Preseason Ranking ------

1 - North Carolina - 2

2 - Boston College - 1

3 - Maryland - 6

4 - Northwestern - 4

5 - Stony Brook - 5

6 - Loyola - 9

7 - Syracuse - 3

8 - Florida - 10

9 - Princeton - 13

10 - Rutgers - 16

11 - Denver - 15

12 - Duke - 8

13 - James Madison - 12

14 - Michigan - Also Considered / received votes

15 - Notre Dame - 7

16 - Virginia - 11

17 - USC - Not Ranked

18 - Jacksonville - 18

19 - Stanford - 14

20 - Arizona State - Not Ranked


Final -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Drexel, Johns Hopkins, Saint Joseph's, UConn, UMass, Yale

Preseason -- Also considered (alphabetical order): Johns Hopkins, Louisville, Michigan, Penn State, Richmond, Temple


Preseason Ranking turned out to be fairly accurate and the "Human Poll" seems to track pretty close to the "RPI".

Two Preseason Top 10 dropped out (Duke, Notre Dame) Two moved into Top 10 (Princeton, Rutgers).

Three Preseason Top 20 dropped out (Drexel, UConn, Penn) Three moved into Top 20 (Michigan, USC, ArizonaSt).

Looks like Notre Dame was the most overrated team in the in the preseason poll.

Technically, all of the ACC Teams that were ranked in the Preseason Poll were overrated. Boston College, Syracuse, Duke, Notre Dame, Virginia and Louisville all finished the year ranked lower than where they started the year.
Technically you are wrong.

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