2014 IWLCA Weekly Polls - 04-14-2014

 

April 14, 2014

 

 

 

IWLCA Division I Poll, Week 10

After their win over the University of North Carolina, Syracuse University moves into the #1 spot with 389 votes (180 first place votes).  The University of Maryland with 386 votes and 220 first place votes remains at #2.  The University of North Carolina is now ranked at #3 while the University of Florida stays steady at #4.

 

Rank

Institution

Votes (1st PL)

Record

1

Syracuse University

389 (180)

13-1

2

University of Maryland

386 (220)

15-1

3

University of North Carolina

365

12-2

4

University of Florida

339

14-2

5

Northwestern University

299

9-4

6

Boston College

283

11-4

7

Johns Hopkins University

250

11-2

8

Duke University

220

8-6

9

University of Notre Dame

216

9-5

10

University of Pennsylvania

193

7-3

11

University of Massachusetts

188

13-1

12

Pennsylvania State University

174

8-6

13

Stanford University

170

10-2

14

Loyola University of Maryland

151

11-4

15

University of Virginia

144

8-7

16

Ohio State University

134

11-4

17

Stony Brook University

116

12-2

18

University of Louisville

59

10-3

19

University of Albany (NY)

48

10-2

20

University of Denver

40

13-1

 

Also receiving votes:  Princeton University, Georgetown University, Towson University, James Madison University

This is the tenth weekly regular season poll for Division I.  The next poll will be released on Monday April 21.

 

 

 

 

IWLCA Division II Poll, Week 8

In the IWLCA’s Division II Weekly Poll for April 14, 2014, the top four spots are unchanged.  Long Island University Post, Adelphi University, Limestone College and the University of New Haven are #1 through #4 respectively.  Regis University (CO) moves into the top 15 at #14 and St. Anselm College moves to #15.

Rank

Institution

Votes (1st PL)

Record

1

Long Island University Post

220 (165)

14-0

2

Adelphi University 

214 (60)

14-0

3

Limestone College

194

14-0

4

University of New Haven

177

11-1

5

Lindenwood University (MO)

168

12-2

6

Florida Southern College

141

13-2

7

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

133

10-2

8

Lock Haven University

120

10-2

9

Pfeiffer University

99

11-3

10

Le Moyne College

89

9-3

11

Queens University of Charlotte (NC)

60

11-4

12

Mercyhurst University

57

10-2

13

Stonehill College

48

8-5

14

Regis University (CO)

26

10-3

15

St. Anselm College

19

9-2

 
 
 

Also receiving votes:  Rollins College, West Chester University, Dowling College, Bloomsburg University.

This is the eighth weekly regular season poll for Division II.  The next poll will be released on Monday April 21.

 

 

 

 

 

IWLCA Division III Poll, Week 7

Week Seven of the IWLCA’s Division III Weekly Poll for April 14, 2014 brings no changes at the top.  Salisbury University is hanging on to #1 with 394 overall votes and 280 first place votes.  SUNY Cortland at #2 is just ten votes behind Salisbury with 384 votes.  Amherst College, who remains undefeated hold steady at #3 and the College of New Jersey is at #4 at 11-1.   SUNY Fredonia moves into the #20 spot.

 

Rank

Institution

Votes (1st Pl)

Record

1

Salisbury University

394 (280)

15-0

2

SUNY Cortland

384 (100)

12-0

3

Amherst College

362 (20)

11-0

4

The College of New Jersey

333

11-1

5

Gettysburg College

312

11-1

6

Trinity College (CT)

298

10-2

7

Middlebury College

276

9-3

8

Franklin & Marshall College

263

11-3

9

Williams College

238

11-1

10

SUNY Geneseo

235

10-1

11

Washington & Lee University

176

11-2

12

York College (PA)

170

11-3

13

Colby

142

6-5

14

Bowdoin College

122

7-5

15

Bates College

114

7-5

16

Ithaca College

106

8-4

17

Tufts University

72

7-5

18

SUNY Brockport

54

8-4

19

St. John Fisher College

42

9-3

20

SUNY Fredonia

25

9-3

 

Also receiving votes:  Montclair State University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, SUNY Oneonta, Stevenson University, Augustana College, Endicott College

This is the seventh weekly regular season poll for Division III.  The next poll will be released on Monday April 21.