IWLCA Lacrosse Division I Pre-Season Poll


The University of Maryland, the reigning national champions, starts the 2015 season sitting in the top spot with all 400 first place votes in the IWLCA’s Division I preseason poll. The University of North Carolina is second with 363 votes. Syracuse University and the University of Florida follow at third and fourth, respectively.

Rank Institution Votes Record
1 University of Maryland 400 0-0
2 University of North Carolina 363 1-0
3 Syracuse University 348 0-0
4 University of Florida 333 0-0
5 Northwestern University 318 0-0
6T Boston College 289 0-0
6T University of Virginia 289 0-0
8 Duke University 264 0-0
9 Loyola University of Maryland 207 0-0
10 University of Notre Dame 192 0-0
11 Pennsylvania State University 181 0-0
12 Ohio State University 152 1-0
13 University of Louisville 151 0-0
14 University of Pennsylvania 147 0-0
15 Princeton University 113 0-0
16 Johns Hopkins University 95 0-0
17 Georgetown University 94 0-0
18 Stony Brook University 88 0-0
19 University of Denver 52 0-0
20 Stanford University 46 0-0

Also receiving votes: University of Massachusetts, University of Albany, Towson University and James Madison University

The next poll will be released on Monday February 9.

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