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    Tuesday
    Mar172009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-III Top 20 for March 17

    If you're doing some very early Christmas shopping, we have a fine selection of ties beginning at the #10 spot this week. But first, Middlebury's loss to Wesleyan started a freefall that began at #3 and didn't stop until they hit #9, where they ran into the second tier of Division III teams. It looks like the voters have created a two-division Division III.

    That win by Wesleyan helped the Cardinals to the best showing in the poll this week as they climbed six positions, and now sit tied with Clarkson at #13, just behind traditional powers Nazareth, Lynchburg, and Gettysburg, tied at #10.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.

    Rank Team Points
    First Place

    1
    Salisbury 100 5 1

    2
    Cortland 94
    2

    3
    Stevenson(VJ) 83
    4

    4
    Ithaca 78
    6

    5
    Roanoke 77
    5

    6
    Endicott 67
    9

    7
    Washington Col. 64
    11

    8
    Cabrini 63
    10

    9
    Middlebury 58
    3

    10t
    Nazareth 41
    12t

    10t
    Lynchburg 41
    8

    10t
    Gettysburg 41
    7

    13t
    Wesleyan 36
    19

    13t
    Clarkson 36
    12t

    15t
    Wash. & Lee 28
    14

    15t
    St. Lawrence 28
    16t

    17
    Haverford 24
    16t

    18t
    Bowdoin 18
    n/a

    18t
    Stevens 18
    18

    20
    Denison 15
    n/a

    Tuesday
    Mar172009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-I Top 20 for March 16

    A 5-0 start, including three road victories and home wins over Bucknell and Georgetown, earns Hobart some respect in the CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com Division I Poll for this week, as they debut at #15. Dropping out to make room for the Statesmen, and for #18t Army and #20 Albany who both return to the Top 20, are UMass, Ohio St., and St. Johns.

    At the top of the poll, Virginia continues in the #1 spot, with 14 first-place votes, followed by #2 Syracuse (3), and #3 Cornell, who moved up from #6. The Irish move up one to #4, followed by Princeton and Duke, which move up three places this week.

    On the downside, #7 Maryland and #14 Georgetown both drop three spots after being upset last week.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.


    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last

    1
    Virginia 338 14 1

    2
    Syracuse 325 3 2

    3
    Cornell 286
    6

    4
    Notre Dame 276
    5

    5
    Princeton 247
    3

    6
    Duke 235
    9

    7
    Maryland 228
    4

    8
    UMBC 223
    10

    9t
    Hopkins 196
    8

    9t
    North Carolina 196
    7

    11
    Hofstra 180
    12

    12
    Loyola 127
    13

    13
    Navy 118
    14t

    14
    Georgetown 94
    11

    15
    Hobart 92
    n/a

    16
    Harvard 90
    15

    17
    Brown 87
    16

    18t
    Colgate 46
    18

    18t
    Army 46
    n/a

    20
    Albany 33
    n/a

    Tuesday
    Mar172009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-III Top 20 for March 10

    The first full week of Division III play has broken the log jam in the CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com Division III Top 20. Gettysburg's losses to Stevenson and Cortland allowed both those teams to move up, along with Middlebury, and also made room for an undefeated Roanoke to move from #10 to #5.

    Washington & Lee's 4-0 record, including a victory over last week's #5 Washington College, allowed them to debut in the Top 20 at #14, taking advantage of significant drops by St. Lawrence, Stevens, and Wesleyan. Sitting just ahead of W&L and tied at #12 are Clarkson, up four, and Nazareth, our biggest mover of the week, up eight.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.


    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last

    1
    Salisbury 100 5 1

    2
    Cortland 93
    3

    3
    Middlebury 88
    4

    4
    Stevenson(VJ) 79
    6

    5
    Roanoke 77
    10

    6
    Ithaca 72
    7

    7
    Gettysburg 64
    2

    8
    Lynchburg 61
    12

    9
    Endicott 59
    9

    10
    Cabrini 52
    8

    11
    Washington Col. 50
    5

    12t
    Clarkson 37
    16

    12t
    Nazareth 37
    20

    14
    Wash. & Lee 31
    n/a

    15
    Geneseo 24
    15

    16t
    St. Lawrence 20
    13

    16t
    Haverford 20
    17

    18
    Stevens 19
    11

    19
    Wesleyan 18
    14

    20
    RIT 14
    n/a

    Tuesday
    Mar172009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-I Top 20 for March 9

    It's no surprise that Virginia and Syracuse are still 1-2 in our Top 20. Behind them, Princeton's undefeated season continues, and so does their climb up the CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com Division I Poll. They began the year at #12, and have worked their way up to #3, three spots higher than last week. Also climbing three places was Brown, who downed visiting Denver Sunday in front of an overflow crowd. Notre Dame and Duke both rose two spots.

    Saturday's upset of Harvard got UMass their first look at our poll from the inside, claiming the #17 position, while St. John's used wins over Georgetown and Drexel to get their first taste of our Top 20, sharing the #19 spot with Ohio St.

    North Carolina's loss to Notre Dame dropped them four spots, while UMBC's recent loses to Hopkins and Princeton cost them two places, now down at #10.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.


    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last



    1
    Virginia 339 16 1



    2
    Syracuse 324 1 2



    3
    Princeton 287
    6



    4
    Maryland 278
    5



    5
    Notre Dame 262
    7



    6
    Cornell 258
    4



    7
    North Carolina 251
    3



    8
    Hopkins 222
    9



    9
    Duke 198
    11



    10
    UMBC 180
    8



    11
    Georgetown 166
    10



    12
    Hofstra 124
    12



    13
    Loyola 106
    13



    14
    Navy 103
    14t



    15
    Harvard 73
    14t



    16
    Brown 62
    19



    17
    Umass 52
    n/a



    18
    Colgate 44
    18



    19t
    St. Johns 43
    n/a



    19t
    Ohio State 43
    17

    Tuesday
    Mar172009

    CaseyPowellLacrosse.com D-III Top 20 for March 3

    Very few surprises again this week in the CaseyPowellLacrosse.com / JustLacrosse.com Division III Top 20, with Salisbury still #1 as the season begins to ramp up down south. Many northern teams begin their seasons this week. Only three points separate Gettysburg, Cortland, and Middlebury in the #2-#4 spots, then Washignton College, Stevenson, Ithaca, Cabrini, and Endicott are bunched up at #5-#9.

    One stumble this early can cost you, as Denison found out, dropping two positions after a one goal loss to Randolph-Macon Saturday.

    Our poll is voted on by a group of highly respected and knowledgeable individuals from the upstate lacrosse community. Links to our Pre-season Poll, as well as collective look at our group of voters can be found at our Poll Archives page.


    Rank
    Team Points First Place Last

    1
    Salisbury 100 5 1

    2
    Gettysburg 90
    2

    3
    Cortland 88
    4

    4
    Middlebury 87
    3

    5
    Washington Col. 76
    5

    6
    Stevenson(VJ) 70
    6t

    7
    Ithaca 66
    8

    8
    Cabrini 65
    6t

    9
    Endicott 64
    10

    10
    Roanoke 54
    12

    11
    Stevens 50
    11

    12
    Lynchburg 43
    9

    13
    St. Lawrence 37
    13

    14
    Wesleyan 31
    14

    15
    Geneseo 29
    15t

    16
    Clarkson 23
    19

    17
    Haverford 17
    17

    18
    Denison 16
    15t

    19
    Union 15
    n/a

    20
    Nazareth 11
    20t