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2024 ILWomen/IWLCA Division I Poll – Preseason


The Northwestern Wildcats claim the top spot in the preseason ILWomen/IWLCA Division I Poll. The reigning national champion earned 20 first-place votes, while No. 3 North Carolina, received one.

The national runners-up, Boston College, enters the 2024 season in the second slot, while Denver and Syracuse round out the top five in the No. 4 and No. 5 positions, respectfully.

The ACC leads the way for most teams in the Top 25, with seven teams, while the Big Ten follows with five. Other conferences with multiple teams include the Atlantic 10, Big East, AAC, and Patriot League.

The 2024 season kicks off on Friday, Feb. 9, with a trio of Top 10 matchups in Northwestern vs. Syracuse, North Carolina vs. James Madison, and Loyola vs. Florida slated for Saturday, Feb. 10.

The regular season ILWomen/IWLCA Polls are set to be released weekly at 11 a.m. beginning on Monday, February 12.

Rank Institution Points (FPV)

1 Northwestern (0 - 0) 523 (20)
2 Boston College (0 - 0) 502
3 North Carolina (0 - 0) 467 (1)
4 Denver (0 - 0) 58
5 Syracuse (0 - 0) 452
6 James Madison (0 - 0) 405
7 Notre Dame (0 - 0) 383
8 Loyola (0 - 0) 369
9 Maryland (0 - 0) 347
10 Florida (0 - 0) 336
11 Stony Brook (0 - 0) 323
12 Michigan (0 - 0) 290
13 Penn (0 - 0) 268
14 Johns Hopkins (0 - 0) 227
15 Army (0 - 0) 21
16 Virginia (0 - 0) 174
17 USC (0 - 0) 162
18 Penn State (0 - 0) 128
19 Richmond (0 - 0) 126
20 UMass (0 - 0) 112
21 UAlbany (0 - 0) 96
22 UConn (0 - 0) 83
23 Clemson (0 - 0) 61
24 Duke (0 - 0) 60
25 Navy (0 - 0) 50
RV Rutgers, Yale, Princeton, Marquette, Jacksonville

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2024 ILWomen/IWLCA Division III Poll – Preseason


Longtime powerhouse Middlebury returns in 2024 as No. 1 in the ILWomen/IWLCA Division III Preseason Poll, receiving 23 first-place votes after winning its undefeated championship season in 2023.

Gettysburg, William Smith, and Franklin & Marshall follow the Panthers, rounding out the Top 4 in respective order, while No. 12 Pomona-Pitzer earned one first-place vote.

Division III action kicks off on Saturday, February 10, with more action picking up in early March.

The regular season ILWomen/IWLCA Division III Polls are set to be released weekly at 11 a.m., beginning on Monday, February 26.

Rank Institution Points (FPV)

1 Middlebury (0 - 0) 599 (23)
2 Gettysburg (0 - 0) 568
3 William Smith (0 - 0) 548
4 Franklin & Marshall (0 - 0) 524
5 Tufts (0 - 0) 488
6 York (0 - 0) 472
7 Washington and Lee (0 - 0) 468
8 Colby (0 - 0) 417
9 Salisbury (0 - 0) 400
10 TCNJ (0 - 0) 379
11 Wesleyan (0 - 0) 365
12 Pomona-Pitzer (0 - 0) 347 (1)
13 Trinity (CT) (0 - 0) 316
14 St. John Fisher (0 - 0) 291
15 Messiah (0 - 0) 252
16 Roanoke (0 - 0) 241
17 Stevens (0 - 0) 212
18 Amherst (0 - 0) 200
19 Chicago (0 - 0) 165
20 Williams (0 - 0) 133
21 Kenyon (0 - 0) 109
22 MIT (0 - 0) 96
23 Cortland (0 - 0) 81
24 Christopher Newport (0 - 0) 54
25 Denison (0 - 0) 39
RV Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Colorado College, Haverford, Roger Williams, Scranton

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2024 ILWomen/IWLCA Division II Poll – Preseason


Coming off their first championship, Pace enters the 2024 season ranked first in the ILWomen/IWLCA Division II Preseason Poll with 20 first-place votes. No. 2 Florida Southern received two first-place votes and No. 3 West Chester received one.

Tampa and Grand Valley follow in the fourth and fifth places, respectfully.

Women’s Division II play begins on Saturday, February 3, and continually ramps up over the course of the month of February.

The regular season ILWomen/IWLCA Division II Polls are set to be released weekly at 11 a.m. beginning on Monday, February 19.

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1 Pace (0 - 0) 545 (20)
2 Florida Southern (0 - 0) 540 (2)
3 West Chester (0 - 0) 537 (1)
4 Tampa (0 - 0) 504
5 Grand Valley (0 - 0) 460
6 Adelphi (0 - 0) 445
7 Rollins (0 - 0) 402
8 East Stroudsburg (0 - 0) 371
9 Flagler (0 - 0) 367
10 Regis (CO) (0 - 0) 361
11 Wingate (0 - 0) 329
12 UIndy (0 - 0) 318
13 Maryville (0 - 0) 302
14 New Haven (0 - 0) 252
15 Embry-Riddle (0 - 0) 249
16 Saint Anselm (0 - 0) 222
17 Mercy (0 - 0) 191
18 Bentley (0 - 0) 186
19 Kutztown (0 - 0) 176
20 Seton Hill (0 - 0) 160
21 Lynn (0 - 0) 148
22 Assumption (0 - 0) 107
23 Colorado Mesa (0 - 0) 71
24 Saint Leo (0 - 0) 66
25 Mount Olive (0 - 0) 34
RV Lander, Florida Tech, Indiana (PA), Roberts Wesleyan, Newberry

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Duke😲 Maybe time for a coach change? New year, same disappointing performance

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It’s the first game, really? On another note-why didn’t RC play in the BC game? Hopefully not hurt?

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It’s the first game, really? On another note-why didn’t RC play in the BC game? Hopefully not hurt?

Navy was missing 4 starters - 2 of top 3 returning point scorers and 2 starting defenders. And Duke still couldn't win, I'd be alarmed too.

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Duke😲 Maybe time for a coach change? New year, same disappointing performance

If you believe the polls, Duke and Navy are ranked together at the bottom of the top 25. I don’t think the result is all that surprising.

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Two good early season games today. Northwestern v Syracuse and UNC v JMU.

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Two good early season games today. Northwestern v Syracuse and UNC v JMU.
Florida v Loyola not too shabby either

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Syracuse is over matched so far, can’t win a draw. Maybe they figure something out in 2nd half. They look horrible

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Northwestern won draws 24-13, shots 42-28 and shots on goal 31-22 yet feisty Syracuse made it a three goal game. Great early season game. Game ball to Coykendall.

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JMU over NC in OT after a furious late comeback by NC. Great game.

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Syracuse is over matched so far, can’t win a draw. Maybe they figure something out in 2nd half. They look horrible
Horrible is a strong word-they have adjustments to make like a lot of teams that played yesterday-it’s only 1 game in

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What do you mean?
Rachel Clarke did not play in season opener for BC, does anyone know why?

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Rachel Clarke will play this upcoming week. She has some sort of nagging injury. She even warmed up with team before UMass game. Syd Scales also did not play. She'll be back in a week.

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IWLCA Players of the Week – February 13, 2024



The IWLCA has chosen four student-athletes for the IWLCA Player of the Week awards for the week ending February 11, 2024. This weekly award recognizes the best offensive and defensive performances by players in Division I, II, III, and the NAIA each week during the regular season. Today’s announcement will only include Division I and II, while Division III and NAIA will begin publication next week, Feb. 20.
DIVISION I


Offensive Player of the Week

Maddie Epke – James Madison University

In No. 6 James Madison’s thrilling 19-18 overtime victory over No. 3 North Carolina, Epke showcased her exceptional skills, recording her first career hat trick and achieving career-high stats in six different categories. She netted seven goals, accumulated eight points, secured 10 draw controls, scored two free position goals, and fired a total of 11 shots, with 10 on target. Epke's stellar performance was instrumental in JMU’s big win over UNC, marking their first victory over the Tar Heels since their 2018 NCAA Championship Semifinal encounter.

Defensive Player of the Week

Madison Hranicka – University of Delaware

In Delaware's 11-7 victory against Lehigh, Hranicka demonstrated her defensive prowess by tallying five ground balls and causing three turnovers. Her stellar performance not only contributed to the team's success but also solidified her position tied for third in the history of Delaware's program with 86 career caused turnovers. Hranicka's outstanding efforts also earned her recognition as the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA) Co-Defender of the Week.
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Offensive Player of the Week

Sam Pruitt – Missouri Western State University

Pruitt's outstanding performance against Concordia St. Paul was instrumental in the Griffons' success, as she accounted for six points, scoring four goals and providing two assists. In addition to her offense, Pruitt contributed two draw controls and one ground ball to the matchup. Notably, this marks her seventh game with four or more goals as a Griffon, showcasing her consistent offensive excellence. With this impressive display, Pruitt also reached a milestone of 106 career points.

Defensive Player of the Week

Mackenzie Porter – Missouri Western State University

In MWSU’s 14-11 victory over Concordia St. Paul, Porter showcased exceptional goalie skills as she faced 22 shots and made five crucial saves. Additionally, her defensive prowess extended beyond the goal, as she registered a game-high seven ground balls and contributed three caused turnovers to the matchup. Porter's performance played a vital role in securing the win for the Griffons.

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Rachel Clarke will play this upcoming week. She has some sort of nagging injury. She even warmed up with team before UMass game. Syd Scales also did not play. She'll be back in a week.
Its a good thing for BC that AW has tapped into the poaching/ I am better than my school transfer portal more than other coaches as their players for several years have come thri that route.

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Kids want to play for the best school, with the best lax coach; get used to it, sweetie

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[quote=Anonymous]Kids want to play for the best school, with the best lax coach; get used to it, sweetie[/quote
Good for her if you struggle to recognize or develop talent ger good at poaching players from other programs so they can be the best players in your program . They would never be able to compete without doing it so it works .

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Rachel Clarke will play this upcoming week. She has some sort of nagging injury. She even warmed up with team before UMass game. Syd Scales also did not play. She'll be back in a week.
Its a good thing for BC that AW has tapped into the poaching/ I am better than my school transfer portal more than other coaches as their players for several years have come thri that route.
She left because the coach she wanted to play for left-nothing wrong with that

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Rachel Clarke will play this upcoming week. She has some sort of nagging injury. She even warmed up with team before UMass game. Syd Scales also did not play. She'll be back in a week.
Its a good thing for BC that AW has tapped into the poaching/ I am better than my school transfer portal more than other coaches as their players for several years have come thri that route.
She left because the coach she wanted to play for left-nothing wrong with that

That’s complete nonsense , that kid was going to leave before that coach was leaving . Again that’s up to her and her parents but don’t pretend it was anything more than thinking you are better than the team you are on . Again good for AW as she has been able to get players from other programs that enable her to win a lot of games . It’s clearly within the rules, I just happen to like coaches who dance with who brought them , probably why my kids team is not that good .

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.

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If a player gets a straight red card like the player from the Stanford game she is out for 5 minutes but if you receive 2 yellow cards you are out for the game. Is that correct?

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.
It’s a fine theory it’s just wrong in this case . They would not be nearly as successful if the did not get those non grad transfers . Also can BC stop padding their stats when the games are already over , seems to me if you’re the best player on the best team you don’t need to pad your stats against overmatched teams

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Do you hear the violin playing for you? Cry me a river, BC hater…
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If a player gets a straight red card like the player from the Stanford game she is out for 5 minutes but if you receive 2 yellow cards you are out for the game. Is that correct?

A red card is an ejection for the player. The team plays down a player for 5 minutes. This is a new rule change from two minutes. The player can’t play in the next contest.

Two yellow cards is also an ejection but the time served by the team a player down is two minutes for each infraction.

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.
It’s a fine theory it’s just wrong in this case . They would not be nearly as successful if the did not get those non grad transfers . Also can BC stop padding their stats when the games are already over , seems to me if you’re the best player on the best team you don’t need to pad your stats against overmatched teams

Can’t wait for the Robert Morris / BC game. Stats will be off the charts.

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.

If you have the top recruiting classes you wouldn’t need the portal. That’s why the transfers this year were able to come in and take starting positions no competition.

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.
It’s a fine theory it’s just wrong in this case . They would not be nearly as successful if the did not get those non grad transfers . Also can BC stop padding their stats when the games are already over , seems to me if you’re the best player on the best team you don’t need to pad your stats against overmatched teams

Why call out BC? UNC had the ball with an 18-10 lead and scored with 25 seconds left in the game.

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…don’t let facts get in the way of a good BC hating!
Baylor women’s basketball team beat Texas Tech 61-32 the other night; that’s the reality of playing Div 1 sports.
You don’t like it? Play somewhere else
It’s early in the season; offenses are figuring things out,
Girls are playing the cobwebs off.
So soft.

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.

If you have the top recruiting classes you wouldn’t need the portal. That’s why the transfers this year were able to come in and take starting positions no competition.

The portal has changed the way coaches stock their rosters tremendously. Great recruiting classes don’t always work out and competitive teams will use the portal to their advantage. If a coach can recruit and fill positions through the portal why not? Ultimately, though, the top teams will reap the benefits and further polarize the competitive nature of the sport.

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2024 ILWomen/IWLCA Division I Poll – February 19


A weekend filled with shakeups, there’s a new No. 1 to start Week 2 as Notre Dame took down Northwestern Friday night, 14-10. Jackie Wolak paced the Notre Dame offense with six points in the win.

The Wildcats’ loss moved Boston College into the No.1 spot, earning 23 first-place votes while the Fighting Irish jumped six spots into the second slot with one first-place vote. Northwestern checked in at No. 4 with one first-place vote.

Maryland and Michigan were two of the other Top 10 matchups, topping Syracuse and Denver, respectively and shifting into the No. 5 and No. 6 positions.

The ILWomen/IWLCA Division I Poll will be unveiled Mondays throughout the season. It is voted on jointly by coaches throughout the country and members of the media.

Rank Institution Points (FPV) Last Poll

1 Boston College (3 - 0) 622 (23) 2
2 Notre Dame (4 - 0) 590 (1) 8
3 James Madison (3 - 0) 570 3
4 Northwestern (1 - 1) 551 (1) 1
5 Maryland (2 - 0) 510 9
6 Michigan (3 - 0) 477 10
7 Syracuse (1 - 2) 455 5
8 North Carolina (2 - 1) 450 6
9 Loyola (2 - 0) 441 7
10 Denver (1 - 1) 401 4
11 Stony Brook (1 - 0) 377 11
12 Johns Hopkins (3 - 0) 342 13
13 USC (3 - 0) 300 15
14 Penn (1 - 0) 285 14
15 Virginia (3 - 0) 277 16
16 Florida (0 - 2) 242 12
17 Navy (2 - 0) 215 19
18 Richmond (2 - 0) 165 20
19 Clemson (3 - 0) 154 21
20 Colorado (3 - 0) 140 NR
21 Yale (1 - 0) 106 NR
22 Penn State (1 - 1) 86 17
23 Brown (1 - 0) 52 --
24 Rutgers (2 - 0) 43 NR
25 UConn (0 - 2) 41 24
RV Fairfield, Duke, UAlbany, Army, Princeton

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2024 ILWomen/IWLCA Division II Poll – February 19



With several teams yet to kick off their seasons in Division II, there is not much movement among the Top 25 in Week 2. No. 1 Pace returns in the top slot with 22 first-place votes, set to begin its season on Tuesday vs. Roberts Wesleyan.

The Top 10 stayed put, while Maryville and Embry-Riddle moved into the No. 11 and No. 12 positions, respectively. No. 25 Limestone made the most significant jump, earning a spot in the rankings after its 3-0 start to the season.

The ILWomen/IWLCA Division II Poll will be unveiled on Mondays throughout the season. It is voted on jointly by coaches throughout the country and members of the media

Rank Institution Points (FPV) Last Poll

1 Pace (0 - 0) 646 (22) 1
2 Florida Southern (3 - 0) 621 (4) 2
3 West Chester (0 - 0) 597 3
4 Tampa (0 - 0) 573 4
5 Grand Valley (0 - 0) 530 5
6 Adelphi (1 - 0) 521 6
7 Rollins (4 - 0) 475 7
8 East Stroudsburg (0 - 0) 437 8
9 Flagler (3 - 1) 430 9
10 Regis (CO) (0 - 0) 405 10
11 Maryville (2 - 0) 383 13
12 Embry-Riddle (2 - 0) 365 15
13 UIndy (1 - 1) 329 12
14 New Haven (0 - 0) 321 14
15 Wingate (2 - 1) 311 11
16 Saint Anselm (0 - 0) 263 16
17 Mercy (0 - 0) 230 17
18 Bentley (0 - 0) 208 18
19 Kutztown (0 - 0) 162 19
20 Lynn (0 - 0) 146 21
21 Seton Hill (0 - 0) 137 20
22 Assumption (0 - 0) 108 22
23 Colorado Mesa (0 - 0) 58 23
24 Mount Olive (1 - 0) 48 25
25 Limestone (3 - 0) 34 NR
RV Florida Tech, Lander, Southern New Hampshire, Alabama Huntsville, Mercyhurst

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Coaches leaving are a HUGE reason kids leave for another school/opportinity; why would that be a wild theory?
BC has had success w transfer portal but also has one of the top recruiting classes year in, year out.
It’s a fine theory it’s just wrong in this case . They would not be nearly as successful if the did not get those non grad transfers . Also can BC stop padding their stats when the games are already over , seems to me if you’re the best player on the best team you don’t need to pad your stats against overmatched teams

Why call out BC? UNC had the ball with an 18-10 lead and scored with 25 seconds left in the game.

I dont like when UNC does it either but there is a difference. In the UNC case it was a freshman scoring who did not start the game in the BC case it was a starter who consistently does this.

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You are soft. You are why this generation is soft. Don’t like it? Stop them.

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…don’t let facts get in the way of a good BC hating!
Baylor women’s basketball team beat Texas Tech 61-32 the other night; that’s the reality of playing Div 1 sports.
You don’t like it? Play somewhere else
It’s early in the season; offenses are figuring things out,
Girls are playing the cobwebs off.
So soft.

Your whole comment is nonsense
What fact did i state that was incorrect
Baylor emptied their bench with non starters scoring at the end, watch the better mens teams rarely go to goal when the game is over .Reality is there are many things wrong with D1 sports.
I dont play womens lacrosse ,apparently you do
Early in the season or late in the season having your senior leaders padding stats late in game is not playing cobwebs off
"so soft" except when the stat padding player gets put on the ground then you would be on here saying it was a dirty play.

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Blah blah blah…
If someone gets hurt, they get hurt; that’s on the coach.
But stop crying about “padding stats”.
You are soft.

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