March 24, 2014

2014 IWLCA Weekly Polls - 03-24-2104

 

 

March 24, 2014

 

 

IWLCA Division I Poll, Week 7

 

Week 7 of the IWLCA Division I Weekly Poll for March 24, 2014 brings no changes to the top four spots.   The University of North Carolina remains at #1 while receiving all 400 first place votes.  The University of Maryland, Syracuse University and the University of Florida round out the top four.  The University of Albany enters the top 20 for the first time this season at #20.


Rank

Institution

Votes (1st Pl)

Record

1

University of North Carolina

400 (400)

10-0

2

University of Maryland

379

11-0

3

Syracuse University

361

9-1

4

University of Florida

329

10-2

5

Boston College

328

7-2

6

University of Notre Dame

276

8-3

7

Northwestern University

261

4-3

8

Duke University

258

7-3

9

Johns Hopkins University

239

10-0

10

University of Massachusetts

221

9-0

11

Pennsylvania State University.

203

6-3

12

University of Pennsylvania

160

5-2

13

Stanford University

157

6-1

14

Georgetown University

132

3-4

15

Loyola University of Maryland

116

6-4

16

University of Virginia

91

4-6

17

Stony Brook University

86

7-2

18

Ohio State University

62

6-4

19

Towson University

49

5-4

20

University of Albany (NY)

34

7-0

 

Also receiving votes:  Princeton University, United State Naval Academy, James Madison University, University of Louisville.

This is the seventh weekly poll for Division I.  The next poll will be released on Monday, March 31. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IWLCA Division II Poll, Week 5

 

 

The IWLCA Division II Weekly Poll for March 24, 2014 has LIU Post holding strong at #1.  Adelphi University and Limestone College are steady at #2 & #3 respectively.  LeMoyne College moves back into the top four and Bloomsburg University is back in the top 15 at #15.

 

Rank

Institution

Votes (1st Pl)

Record

1

Long Island University Post

224 (210)

8-0

2

Adelphi University

211 (15)

7-0

3

Limestone College

193

9-0

4

Le Moyne College

172

6-1

5

Florida Southern College

160

7-1

6

Lock Haven University

138

2-2

7

University of New Haven

137

6-0

8

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

96

4-2

9

Rollins College

88

5-2

10

West Chester University

83

3-1

11

Pfeiffer University

76

7-2

12

Lindenwood University (MO)

63

7-2

13

Queens University of Charlotte (NC)

57

7-3

14

Stonehill College

49

2-3

15

Bloomsburg University

20

3-2

 

Also receiving votes:  Dowling College, St. Anselm College, Regis University (CO).

This is the fifth weekly regular season poll for Division II.  The next poll will be released on Monday, March 31.

 

 

 

 

 

IWLCA Division III Poll, Week 4

 

There is no change in the top four in the IWLCA’s Division III Weekly Poll for March 24, 2014.  Salisbury University pulled 360 first place votes followed by SUNY Cortland with 40 first place votes.  Middlebury College finishes at #3 with Franklin & Marshall College rounding out the top four.  Ithaca College moves back into the top 20 at #17.

 

Rank

Institution

Votes (1st Pl)

Record

1

Salisbury University

398 (360)

8-0

2

SUNY Cortland

380 (40)

5-0

3

Middlebury College

352

5-0

4

Franklin & Marshall College

343

6-1

5

The College of New Jersey

307

6-0

6

Gettysburg College

301

5-1

7

Trinity College (CT)

277

6-2

8

Amherst College

270

5-0

9

SUNY Geneseo

238

5-0

10

York College (PA)

190

6-2

11

Washington & Lee University

170

7-2

12

Colby College

169

3-2

13

SUNY Brockport

162

5-1

14

St. John Fisher College

116

5-1

15

Williams College

116

4-1

16

Bates College

83

6-3

17

Ithaca College

74

2-4

18

Bowdoin College

72

3-3

19

Tufts University

51

4-3

20

Hamilton College

50

2-3


Also receiving votes:  Montclair State University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Endicott College, University of Mary Washington, Farmingdale State College, SUNY Oneonta, Stevenson University

This is the fourth weekly regular season poll for Division III.  The next poll will be released on Monday, March 31.