April 21, 2014

Lacrosse Magazine Rankings: Salisbury Stakes Claim

Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, will publish weekly NCAA Division III men's rankings every Monday through championship weekend in May on LaxMagazine.com. Check back each week to see who is rising, falling and new to the list. The rankings are compiled by LM staff.

W-L Previous Result Next
1.
Rochester Inst. 15-0
1
W, Skidmore 23-4
4/26 at St. Lawrence
2.
Salisbury 16-1
4
W, No. 5 Stevenson 11-9
4/26 vs. CAC Tourney
3.
Denison 16-0
3
W, Hiram 27-2
4/23 vs. Wittenberg
4.
Washington College 13-1
5
W, Gettysburg 13-8
4/23 vs. Swarthmore
5.
Stevenson 14-2
2
L, No. 2 Salisbury 11-9
4/23 vs. Messiah
6.
Cabrini 13-1
7
W, Gwynedd Mercy 17-6
4/24 vs. Centenary
7.
Tufts 13-2
8
W, No. 19 Wesleyan 17-11
4/23 vs. Bowdoin
8.
Cortland St. 13-3
9
W, Brockport 21-8
4/23 vs. Geneseo
9.
Union (N.Y.) 11-2
6
W, Vassar 19-7
4/26 at Skidmore
10.
Ithaca 12-3
10
W, Hartwick 19-7
4/23 at Alfred
11.
Lynchburg 12-4
11
W, Randolph-Macon 12-7
4/23 vs. Bridgewater
12.
Montclair St. 14-1
12
W, Albright 10-9
4/23 at Kean
13.
Mary Washington 14-2
13
W, Marymount 16-6
4/23 vs. Christopher Newport
14.
Amherst 12-3
16
W, Williams 14-9
4/23 vs. Trinity
15.
Springfield 11-3
14
W, Emerson 29-0
4/23 vs. Clark
16.
Endicott 13-3
17
W, Bowdoin 18-10
4/23 at Curry
17.
York (Pa.) 14-3
15
W, Christopher Newport 15-8
4/26 vs. CAC Tourney
18.
Franklin and Marshall 12-3
18
W, Haverford 12-5
4/23 at Gettysburg
19.
Wesleyan (Conn.) 11-4
19
L, No. 7 Tufts 17-11
4/23 vs. Conn. College
20.
Roanoke 12-4
NR
W, Hampden-Sydney 13-7
5/3 vs. ODAC Tourney

Who's Hot?

Salisbury (+2): The Sea Gulls went on the road and bested the defending champs, and now they can lay claim to the top seed in the South if they take care of business in the CAC.
Amherst (+2): It was a solid week for the Lord Jeffs, knocking off Springfield on the road and then dominating archrival Williams in the first home game under the lights.

Who's Not?

Stevenson (-3): Like Paul Cantbane said after the game, "We've still got a lot to play for. It's not like our season is over because we lost to Salisbury."
Union (-3): The setback to RIT is encouraging for the Dutchmen when it comes to the impending rematch, but in regards to the poll, it brought the Cortland loss back into play. No biggie.

Who's New?

Roanoke (20): The Maroons have won the last five and locked up one of the two bye seeds in the ODAC tournament. And don't forget: they handled Lynchburg.

Dropped Out?

Washington & Lee: The Generals get replaced by hated rival Roanoke, but they're still well within the hunt for the ODAC auto bid.


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