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IWLCA Division I Poll, Week 8

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The University of Maryland with all 20 first place votes sits atop the IWLCA’s Division I weekly poll for March 30, 2015. This is their eighth straight week as #1. The University of North Carolina moves back into #2, Boston College is at #3 and the University of Virginia enters the top 4 for the first time this year. womens-lacrosse-poll-week-8

Rank Institution Votes (1st) Record
1 University of Maryland 400 (20) 10-0
2 University of North Carolina 362 10-2
3 Boston College 354 10-1
4 University of Virginia 341 8-4
5 Duke University 327 10-1
6 Northwestern University 306 6-3
7 Syracuse University 279 3-0
8 University of Florida 249 8-4
9 Stony Brook University 210 9-0
10 University of Louisville 208 8-3
11 University of Pennsylvania 175 8-1
12 Pennsylvania State University 173 8-3
13 Stanford University 171 5-1
14 James Madison University 165 8-3
15 Princeton University 115 7-2
16 Loyola University of Maryland 103 7-4
17 University of Notre Dame 81 6-5
18 Ohio State University 71 10-2
19 University of Albany (NY) 58 8-1
20 Johns Hopkins University 27 8-2

Also receiving votes: University of Massachusetts, United States Naval Academy, University of Albany, University of Denver, Towson University

The next poll will be released on Monday, March 16.

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