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No. 1 Maryland Takes Down Michigan on Senior Day

Ten Terrapins scored as the No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (16-0, 4-0 B1G) defeated Michigan (5-10, 0-4) Saturday afternoon at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex.

No. 4 Boston College Cruises to Victory at New Hampshire

New Hampshire was defeated 20-7 by fourth-ranked Boston College at Cowell Stadium on Saturday afternoon's Senior Day.

No. 8 Florida Blows 8-1 Halftime Lead and Falls to UConn

UConn sent its 2015 senior class out in style on Saturday, rallying from seven goals down to knock off No. 8 Florida, 11-10, at the George J. Sherman-Family Sports Complex.

Second-Half Surge Lifts No. 11 Penn Past Yale

The top two defenses in the Ivy League met Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, and in the end No. 11 Penn was able to break open a game that was 5-3 at halftime to beat Yale 13-7.

No. 16 Loyola Steams by Navy to Win Patriot Regular Season

The No. 16 Loyola women's lacrosse team snapped Navy's 10-game win streak at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon, picking up a 14-4 win to finish league play undefeated and win the Patriot League regular season title.

Top-Ranked Trinity Cruises Past No. 2 Middlebury

Extending the nation's longest winning streak to 13 games, the Trinity Bantams dominated possession with a 16-to-9 edge on the draw on its way to a 16-7 victory over the visiting Middlebury Panthers in NESCAC women's lacrosse action this afternoon on Sheppard Field.

No. 2 UNC Downs No. 3 Duke to Win ACC Regular Season Title

Second-ranked North Carolina got hat tricks from Aly Messinger and Sammy Jo Tracy and beat third-ranked Duke, 12-6, on Friday night at Koskinen Stadium to capture the 2015 ACC regular season championship.

No. 5 Virginia Opens 10-2 Lead and Handles the Hokies

The No. 5 Virginia women's lacrosse team (11-5, 4-3 ACC) closed out the regular season with a 17-10 victory over Virginia Tech (6-10, 0-7 ACC) on Friday, April 17.

No. 6 Stony Brook Clinches A-East with Victory at UMBC

No. 6 Stony Brook clinched the top seed for the conference championship and at least a share of the regular season title with a 13-7 triumph Friday afternoon at UMBC.

No. 15 Stanford Rolls Past San Diego State

No. 15 Stanford got five goals from Rachel Ozer, four from Lucy Dikeou and dominated the draw in a 22-10 women's lacrosse victory over San Diego State on Friday night at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.

No. 10 Notre Dame Drops Tight Battle to No. 7 Northwestern

The top two women's lacrosse teams in the Midwest battled toe-to-toe, punching and counter-punching through six ties on Thursday night at Arlotta Stadium. Befitting of a prizefight, it would be settled by a 10-9 score with No. 7 Northwestern narrowly out-slugging No. 10 Notre Dame.

Treanor Leads No. 9 Syracuse Past No. 14 Louisville

Kayla Treanor recorded seven points to lead the No. 9 Syracuse women's lacrosse team to a 16-8 victory vs. No. 14 Louisville on Thursday, April 16.

No. 20 Ohio State Sprints Past Rutgers

No. 20 Ohio State led from start to finish in a dominating win on senior night, 17-7, over visiting Rutgers Thursday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.

Griffin, Cummings Help #1 Terps Fly by #17 Johns Hopkins

The 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team suffered its first loss in eight weeks, falling 17-9, to top-ranked and undefeated Maryland.

#13 Princeton Wins at #11 Penn, Stays Unbeaten in Ivy League

A deliberate offense led to No. 13 Princeton taking a 9-7 win over No. 11 Penn at Franklin Field this evening, and the Tigers remain undefeated in the Ivy League with perfect 5-0 record.

NCAA Regional Rankings for Divisions II & III, April 15th

The NCAA has announced the April 15th regional rankings for Divisions II and III. These rankings will continue on a weekly basis to the begnnning in May, concluding prior to the actual tournament selections.

Sixteen Gators Score in No. 8 Florida's Win Over Cincinnati

A program-record 16 Gators scored goals during No. 8 Florida's 20-1 victory over Cincinnati on Wednesday afternoon at Donald R. Dizney Stadium.

No. 12 Nittany Lions Defeat Cornell to Win Sixth Straight

A sluggish start did not deter the No. 12 Penn State women's lacrosse team, which used a 7-0 first-half run en route to a 13-9 victory over Cornell Tuesday evening at Schoellkopf Field. Steph Lazo fired three goals to pace the Nittany Lions, who won their sixth straight.

Bowles Nets Six as No. 19 Albany Doubles Up Dartmouth

Albany (11-2, 3-1 AE) took its eighth-straight home win on Monday afternoon, 10-5 against Dartmouth (1-11). Bowles tallied six goals to match her career best.

LaxPower Women's Division I Forum Poll for April 13th

The LaxPower Forum Poll Women's Division I for April 13th has been posted.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division I - April 13th

The top four Maryland, North Carolina, Duke, and Boston College remain the same in this week's IWLCA Division I Weekly Poll for April 13, 2015. Notre Dame moves into the top half of the poll this week at #10.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division II - April 13th

Adelphi and Lock Haven, sharing the first-place votes, are again vying for the top two spots in the IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for April 13, 2015. Le Moyne and Lindenwood switched spots and are now #3 and #4, respectively.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division III - April 13th

Trinity with 18 of 20 first-place votes is again #1 in the IWLCA's Division III Weekly Poll for April 13, 2015. Middlebury follows at #2 with Franklin & Marshall at #3.

Trio of Hat Tricks Carry No. 1 Maryland by No. 18 Ohio State

Three Terrapins scored hat tricks as the No.1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (14-0, 3-0 B1G) defeated No. 18 Ohio State (10-5, 1-2) Sunday afternoon.

No. 9 Stony Brook Takes Down No. 5 Northwestern

No. 9 Stony Brook led the entire afternoon and took down seven-time national champion and No. 5 Northwestern, 11-9, in front of 913 fans Sunday afternoon at LaValle Stadium.

Eight Score as No. 6 Virginia Defeats No. 11 Louisville

The No. 6 Virginia women's lacrosse team (10-5, 3-3 ACC) earned a 17-9 victory over No. 11 Louisville (9-5, 1-4 ACC) on Sunday (April 12) in the first-ever meeting between the two teams.

Fortunato Propels No. 13 Notre Dame Over Michigan

Tying a school record by scoring six goals in the second half, Cortney Fortunato helped the 13th-ranked Irish to a 21-12 victory over Michigan on Sunday afternoon at Arlotta Stadium.

No. 15 Stanford Defeats Saint Mary's for 28th Straight Time

Stanford senior Emily Newstrom scored a career-high four goals to help Stanford to a 22-2 victory over Saint Mary's in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation women's lacrosse action Sunday.

No. 2 North Carolina Tops No. 7 Syracuse Before Record Crowd

Second-ranked North Carolina went on a 5-0 run early in the second half and beat seventh-ranked Syracuse, 15-8, on Saturday afternoon before a record crowd at Fetzer Field.

No. 4 Boston College Squeaks Past Virginia Tech

The Virginia Tech lacrosse team kept things close for the entire 60 minutes but never able to take the lead, eventually falling 13-11 to No. 3 Boston College at Thompson Field.

No. 8 Gators Roll to Win Over Villanova on Senior Day

The No. 8 Gators honored three seniors on Senior Day and continued their dominance over Big East competition, defeating Villanova, 21-3, Saturday afternoon at Donald R. Dizney Stadium.

No. 9 Stony Brook Scores 10 Unanswered to Top Vermont

No. 9 Stony Brook recovered from an early 3-1 deficit by scoring 10 unanswered goals in the span of 37:10 and went on to claim a 12-5 road victory Saturday at Virtue Field.

Comeback Falls Short for Harvard Against No. 10 Penn

Audrey Todd recorded a hat trick and added an assist for our points, and Kelly Weis made six saves in goal, but Harvard dropped a home Ivy League game to No. 10 Penn, 8-6, Saturday afternoon.

McMunn All-Time Assist Leader as #14 Princeton Tops Cornell

In Princeton's 13-11 win over Cornell in Ithaca, Erin McMunn assisted on her 82nd goal to become Princeton's all-time assists leader.

No. 17 Loyola Clinches First-Round Bye with Win Over BU

With a 9-6 win over Boston University at Ridley Athletic Complex Saturday afternoon, the 17th-ranked Loyola women's lacrosse team clinched a bye in the first round of the upcoming Patriot League Tournament.

Strong 2nd Half Propels #20 Johns Hopkins to Win at Bucknell

The 20th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team outscored host Bucknell 10-3 in the second half en route to a 16-5 win Saturday afternoon. The wins pushes the Blue Jays' win streak to nine as they improve to 11-2 on the season, while the Bison slip to 2-13.

No. 5 Northwestern Storms Past Scarlet Knights

Relentless defense and a balanced scoring attack led the fifth-ranked Northwestern Lacrosse program past Rutgers inside High Points Solutions Stadium Friday night, 18-6.

No. 16 James Madison Grounds the Phoenix

Elon was unable to stop a hard-charging James Madison team, suffering a 22-5 setback on April 10 to the No. 16 Dukes at University Park.

Strong First Half Carries No. 3 Duke Past No. 18 Buckeyes

Goalkeeper Kelsey Duryea and the defensive unit limited 18th-ranked Ohio State to just one first-half goal to guide third-ranked Duke to a 15-6 victory over the Buckeyes Thursday afternoon at Koskinen Stadium.

McCormick Leads No. 12 Penn State by Michigan

The 12th-ranked Nittany Lion women's lacrosse team battled a slow start and pouring rain to beat Michigan, 11-5, Thursday night at Penn State Lacrosse Field.

No. 15 Stanford Starts Fast to Defeat Oregon in MPSF Tilt

No. 15 Stanford scored the first four goals and kept Oregon at a distance to earn a 15-10 women's lacrosse victory on Thursday at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.

Strong Second Half Pushes No. 1 Terps Past No. 14 Tigers

The No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (13-0) overcame a two-goal halftime deficit to defeat No. 15 Princeton (8-3), 18-10, Wednesday evening at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex.

No. 8 Florida Overcomes Marquette, Cold in Big East Clash

With the temperature hovering in the mid-30's and 11 mile-per-hour wind gusts, the No. 8 Gators defeated Marquette, 16-5, at Valley Fields on Wednesday afternoon.

No. 17 Loyola Stretches Streak to Nine with Win at American

After falling into a 10-1 first-half deficit, American dropped a 19-6 decision on Wednesday to 17th-ranked Loyola, which ran its win streak to nine-games.

Savitcheff Scores Seven as No. 19 Albany Beats Brown

Dakotah Savitcheff's seven goals powered the #19 Albany Great Danes to a convincing 15-4 victory over Brown on Wednesday at John Fallon Field.

Hofstra Announces Contract Extension for Shannon Smith

Hofstra University head women's lacrosse coach Shannon Smith has signed a multi-year contract extension, it was announced by Vice President and Director of Athletics Jeffrey A. Hathaway today.

No. 13 Notre Dame Edges No. 7 Syracuse in Overtime

Notre Dame's Liz O'Sullivan made a save on Kayla Treanor's free position attempt with 1:45 remaining in overtime to seal the No. 13 Fighting Irish's 12-11 victory against the No. 7 Orange on Tuesday, April 7.

No. 20 Johns Hopkins Upsets Ninth-Ranked Stony Brook

The 20th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team scored the last three goals of the game and killed the final seven minutes to upset ninth-ranked Stony Brook, 7-5, on Tuesday night.

No. 4 Boston College Wins Offensive Affair with Harvard

Maria Romeo scored a season-high six goals, but Harvard dropped a road game at No. 4 Boston College, 19-13, Tuesday afternoon.

LaxPower Women's Division I Forum Poll for April 6th

The LaxPower Forum Poll Women's Division I for April 6th has been posted.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division I - April 6th

The undefeated (12-0) Maryland Terrapins are #1 for the ninth straight week, again receiving all 20 first-place votes. The North Carolina Tar Heels remain #2, followed by the Duke Blue Devils at #3, their highest ranking of the 2015 season.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division II - April 6th

Adelphi, with a perfect 10-0 record and 18 of 20 first-place votes, sits atop of the IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for April 6, 2015. Both Lock Haven and Lindenwood are also undefeated at #2 and #3, respectively.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division III - April 6th

Trinity remains in the #1 spot for the second straight week in the IWLCA's Division III Weekly Poll for April 6, 2015. Middlebury moves up to #2 and Franklin & Marshall jumps to fourth.

No. 6 Northwestern Survives No. 11 Penn in Overtime

Northwestern stormed out of the gates, saw No. 11 Penn rally to force overtime, and ultimately came away victorious on junior Kaleigh Craig's game-winning goal with just 13 seconds left in a thrilling affair at Lakeside Field Sunday afternoon, 9-8.

No. 13 Stanford Rallies, Then Holds off Colorado

A tough defense over the last 40 minutes and two goalie changes enabled No. 13 Stanford to rally on Sunday for a 16-14 win over Colorado in a women's MPSF lacrosse game at Kittredge Field.

No. 14 James Madison Sprints to Big Lead, Downs Drexel

Drexel fell behind early and could not dig out of the hole as the Dragons fell to No. 14 James Madison, 17-9. Drexel allowed the Dukes to score the first seven goals of the game before the Dragons responded with four straight, but James Madison was able to hold the Dragons at bay the rest of the afternoon.

No. 17 Notre Dame Dominates No. 4 Virginia

Cortney Fortunato tallied eight points, including six goals, Barbara Sullivan controlled a school-record-tying nine draws and Liz O'Sullivan made a career-high 11 saves as all three areas of the field contributed to the highest ranked true road win in Notre Dame's women's lacrosse history on a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon as the Irish downed No. 4 Virginia, 14-4.

No. 5 Blue Devils Knock off No. 3 Boston College

Fifth-ranked Duke outlasted third-ranked Boston College, 13-8, in a contest that took over two-and-a-half hours on Saturday. The Blue Devils limited the Eagles to just two scores in the first half and held off a Bc rally midway through the second.

Cummings Scores Five as No. 1 Maryland Runs by Rutgers

Eight Terrapins scored goals as the No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (12-0, 2-0 B1G) overtook Rutgers (1-12, 0-2), 17-5, Saturday afternoon at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex.

Hendrick Helps No. 2 North Carolina Rout No. 10 Louisville

The No. 10 University of Louisville lacrosse team fell 18-5 to No. 2 North Carolina on Saturday afternoon at the UofL Lacrosse Stadium. The Cards fall to 9-4 on the season and 1-3 in ACC play, while UNC improves to 11-2 overall and 4-1 in league play.

Treanor Scores Four as No. 7 Syracuse Handles the Hokies

The No. 7 Syracuse lacrosse team scored on 13 of its first 15 shots on its way to a season high in goals in a 22-8 victory against Virginia Tech on Saturday, April 4 in the Carrier Dome.

No. 8 Florida Pummels Georgetown in Big East Action

The No. 8 Gators and their explosive offense scored goals at a frantic pace and defeated the Hoyas, 18-4.

No. 9 Stony Brook Turns Back No. 19 Albany to Go 11-0

The No. 9 Stony Brook women's lacrosse team limited the nation's second-ranked scoring offense to its lowest goal total of the season in a 7-5 triumph over rival No. 19 Albany Saturday at LaValle Stadium.

No. 12 Nittany Lions Fend off No. 18 Ohio State

Behind precise shooting, timely saves, and pressure defense, the No. 12 Nittany Lion women's lacrosse squad held off No. 18 Ohio State, 14-13, Saturday evening at Penn State Lacrosse Field.

No. 15 Princeton Holds off Yale's Comeback Attempt

A comeback attemptcame up just short for Yale Saturday afternoon against No. 15 Princeton. After falling behind 6-2 midway through the first half, the Bulldogs shut the Tigers out for the next 42:55 while closing to within 6-5. But a goal by Princeton with 1:04 to play snapped the scoreless streak and helped seal a 7-5 Tigers win.

Burke Leads No. 16 Loyola Over Colgate to Extend Streak

Loyola senior Kara Burke scored a career-high six goals to lead the 16th-ranked women's lacrosse team to an 18-7 win over Colgate Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex.

Third-Ranked Middlebury Holds off No. 2 Colby

Middlebury scored five unanswered goals in the opening 18:14 of play and then held on for a big 7-5 win over Colby in a battle of nationally-ranked lacrosse teams on Saturday at Bill Alfond Field.

No. 13 Stanford Snaps Denver's 17-Game MPSF Streak

Denver suffered a rare conference defeat Friday afternoon. The Pioneers lost to the Stanford Cardinal 14-7 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The loss snapped a 17-game conference winning streak dating to April 21, 2012.

Altomare, Gregerson Help Hofstra Upend #14 James Madison

Brittain Altomare had four goals and one assist for a game-high five points, while senior goalie Kelsey Gregerson had nine saves and five ground balls to lead Hofstra to a commanding 13-8 win over #14 James Madison on Friday evening at James M. Shuart Stadium.

No. 6 Wildcats Dominate Michigan for First Big Ten Win

The rain stopped, the skies opened, and No. 6 Northwestern scored at will to defeat Michigan inside 'The Big House' for its first Big Ten victory Thursday night, 17-8.

Haudenosaunee Nation Names Captains for U19 World Cup

The U19 Haudenosaunee team that will be competing in the World Cup in Scotland this July is excited to announce the captains that will lead this team: Alie Jimerson, Dana Isaacs, McKenzie Harris, and Cheyenne Burnam.

Cummings Leads Top-Ranked Maryland Past Georgetown

Propelled by Taylor Cummings' nine points, the No. 1 Maryland lacrosse team (11-0) defeated Georgetown (2-8), 12-3, Wednesday evening at the Multi-Sport Complex.

No. 4 Virginia Escapes in 15-13 Shootout with Navy

he No. 4 Virginia lacrosse team (9-4, 2-2 ACC) earned a 15-13 victory over Navy (10-3, 4-1 Patriot League) on Wednesday (April 1), the sixth-straight win for the Cavaliers.

Van Dyke Dominates as No. 9 Stony Brook Bashes Binghamton

Dorrien Van Dyke recorded six points on five goals and one assist as the No. 9 Stony Brook lacrosse team beat Binghamton, 15-2, Wednesday night at LaValle Stadium.

No. 11 Penn Dominates in 2nd Half, Shuts Down Columbia

It doesn't get much more low scoring than the first half between No. 11 Penn and Columbia the Quakers held a 1-0 lead at intermission but the Red and Blue rallied with a dominant second half on the scoreboard en route to a 10-1 win at Kraft Field.

Thomas Sets Assist Record at No. 16 Loyola Defeats Towson

A 4-0 run to end the first half allowed No. 16 Loyola to break open a tie game and claim a 15-5 win over Towson on Wednesday night in Johnny Unitas Stadium.

No. 19 Albany Throttles Vermont to Improve to 9-1

Dakotah Savitcheff and Rachel Bowles combined for seven goals to lead 19th-ranked Albany past Vermont, 11-1, in America East lacrosse action Wednesday at John Fallon Field. Albany snapped Vermont's five-game win steak to improve to 9-1 on the year.

No. 20 Johns Hopkins Storms by UMBC to Win 7th Straight

UMBC women's lacrosse jumped out in front early on No. 20 Johns Hopkins, but the Blue Jays stormed back to defeat the Retrievers, 12-6, in non-conference action on Wednesday afternoon at UMBC Stadium.

No. 5 Duke Uses 10-2 First Half to Coast by Davidson

Davidson was unable to offset the No. 5 Blue Devils' big first half, and the Wildcats dropped a 13-6 decision at home Tuesday night in lacrosse action at Richardson Stadium.

Daley and No. 10 Cardinals Soar Past the Eagles

Unable to overcome a hot start by the visiting Cardinals, the American lacrosse team dropped a 20-6 decision to 10th-ranked Louisville Tuesday afternoon at Jacobs Field.

No. 13 Stanford Knocked off by Unranked Cornell

No. 13 Stanford gave up the first goals and never recovered in a stunning 15-7 defeat to unranked Cornell in non-conference women's lacrosse action on Tuesday night at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.

No. 3 Boston College Defeats USC to Move to 11-1

No. 3 Boston College lacrosse (11-1, 4-1 ACC) downed Southern California (7-3, 3-0 PAC 12) Monday afternoon at the Newton Lacrosse Field to improve to 11-1 on the season.

LaxPower Women's Division I Forum Poll for March 30th

The LaxPower Forum Poll Women's Division I for March 30th has been posted.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division I - March 30th

The Maryland Terrapins, with all 20 first-place votes, sit atop the IWLCA's Division I weekly poll for March 30, 2015. This is their eighth straight week as #1. North Carolina moves back into #2, Boston College is #3.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division II - March 30th

There was no change in the top three in the IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for March 30, 2015. Adelphi, Lock Haven, and Lindenwood remain steady in the top three spots.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division III - March 30th

Trinity (CT) is #1 in the IWLCA's Division III Weekly Poll for March 30, 2015 for the first time this season. Colby and Middlebury rise to #2 and #3, respectively. Franklin & Marshall is in the #4 spot.

No. 3 North Carolina Holds Rally by No. 17 Notre Dame

No. 17 Notre Dame stared at a 7-1 deficit against No. 3 North Carolina on Saturday at Arlotta Stadium and responded with a fury, tying the game at 8-8 with just over five minutes to play before falling to the Tar Heels, 9-8.

No. 18 Buckeyes Grind Out One-Goal Win Over Hofstra

The No. 18 Ohio State lacrosse team fought back from a two-goal deficit in the second half to defeat Hofstra Sunday afternoon, 12-11, at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, marking the third consecutive one-goal game between the two schools.

No. 2 BC Suffers First Loss of Season to No. 5 Virginia

No. 2 Boston College lacrosse (10-1, 4-1 ACC) dropped its first contest of the season to No. 5 Virginia (8-4, 2-2 ACC), 15-13, Saturday afternoon at the Newton Sports Complex.

No. 6 Duke Edges No. 7 Syracuse in Battle of Top-10 Teams

Sixth-ranked Duke came out on top in a back-and-forth battle between a pair of top-10 teams Saturday afternoon, defeating No. 7 Syracuse 10-9 at Koskinen Stadium.

No. 8 Gators Topple Temple to Remain Perfect in Big East

The eighth-ranked Florida Gators proved too much for Temple on Saturday afternoon, locking down defensively and using a big second half to put the game out of reach in a 17-3 loss for the Owls.

Delaware Pulls the Big Upset at No. 11 Princeton

A back-and-forth affair went in favor of Delaware. The Blue Hens pulled off a 12-10 upset of No. 11 ranked Princeton and snapped a 17-game losing streak versus the Tigers.

No. 12 Stony Brook Uses Balanced Offense in Rout of Oregon

Six Seawolves recorded multiple points as the No. 12 Stony Brook lacrosse team breezed past Oregon, 16-3, and improved to 9-0 on a snowy Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium.

No. 14 Penn Tames Towson to Push Record to 8-1

University of Pennsylvania improved to 8-1 overall in 2015 and 6-1 in non-conference action with a 12-5 win over Towson at Franklin Field.

No. 15 Nittany Lions Win B1G Opener at Rutgers

The 15th-ranked Penn State lacrosse team ran away from Rutgers in the teams' Big Ten opener in a 15-8 victory on Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium.

Schmitt Has 6 Pts. as No. 16 Loyola Defeats Holy Cross

Hannah Schmitt posted four goals and two assists to lead the Greyhounds as Holy Cross fell to Patriot League opponent No. 16 Loyola (Md.), 13-8, at Holy Cross Field on Saturday afternoon.

No. 19 Albany Storms to A-East Victory over New Hampshire

Rachael Nock and Laura McHoul recorded two points apiece as New Hampshire was defeated 16-5 by 19th-ranked Albany at John Fallon Field on Saturday afternoon.

Reifler Leads No. 20 Hopkins by UC Davis for 6th Straight Win

Jenna Reifler scored four goals and tallied a career-best six points in leading 20th-ranked Johns Hopkins to a 15-5 win over visiting UC Davis Saturday night. The Blue Jays pick up their sixth straight win and improve to 8-2 on the season, while the Aggies fall to 1-7.

Late Run Leads No. 9 Stanford Past Harvard

No. 9 Stanford scored seven consecutive goals while holding Harvard scoreless for the final 18:26 to rally past the Crimson, 15-10, in nonconference lacrosse action Friday night.

No. 1 Maryland Dominates No. 4 Northwestern in B1G Debut

Led by a balanced attack and stauch defense, the No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (10-0, 1-0 B1G) picked up a dominant 16-5 win over No. 4 Northwestern (5-3, 0-1) Thursday night in the inaugural Big Ten lacrosse game.

No. 18 Ohio State Takes Down Michigan in Big Ten Opener

The No. 18 Ohio State lacrosse team was in control from start to finish in a 13-5 victory vs. Michigan Friday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in the Big Ten opener for both teams.

No. 2 Boston College Bashes Buffs to Remain Unbeaten

No. 2 Boston (10-0, 4-0 ACC) downed Colorado (4-3, 0-0 PAC 12), 17-9, at the Newton Lacrosse Field Wednesday afternoon to remain undefeated on the season.

No. 3 North Carolina Pulls Away for ACC Win at Virginia Tech

After a fast-paced first half, the Virginia Tech lacrosse team allowed the No. 3 North Carolina Tar Heels to slowly pull away, and the Hokies eventually fell 14-5 at Thompson Field Wednesday evening.

No. 5 Virginia Waltzes Past William & Mary to Win 4th Straight

The No. 5 Virginia women's lacrosse team earned a 16-6 road win at William & Mary on Wednesday, the fourth-straight win for the Cavaliers.

Brust, Koloski, Morissette Lead No. 10 Louisville by Longwood

Faye Brust and Hannah Koloski scored four goals apiece to lead No. 10 Louisville to a 15-4 win over Longwood on Wednesday afternoon. Kaylin Morissette finished with a school record 18 draw controls. The Cardinals improve to 8-2 on the year, while Longwood falls to 2-8.

No. 11 Princeton Bounces Bears with 11-1 Second Half

Eight Tigers scored, with Erin Slifer, Olivia Hompe and Anna Doherty leading the charge with four apiece, as No. 11 Princeton defeated California 19-7, thanks to an 11-1 second-half offensive explosion.

No. 13 James Madison Smothers the Flames

The Liberty Lady Flames lacrosse squad fell on the road to No. 13 James Madison by a score of 18-5. The Lady Flames fall to 2-7 on the year, while the Dukes improve to 8-3 overall.

No. 16 Loyola's Win Streak at Five with Win vs. Georgetown

No. 16 Loyola stretched its win streak to five-straight games with a 12-8 win over former conference-foe Georgetown at Ridley Athletic Complex Wednesday night.

No. 17 Notre Dame Grounds the Golden Eagles

Marquette held a brief first-half lead but eventually was overcome by visiting Notre Dame, 18-8, at Valley Fields Wednesday evening, March 25.

DiMartino Leads No. 20 Johns Hopkins Past Vanderbilt

The No. 20 Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team got a hat trick and six draw controls from junior Dene' DiMartino as it defeated visiting Vanderbilt, 13-3, on Wednesday afternoon at Homewood Field.

No. 10 Salisbury Knocks off No. 1 Franklin & Marshall

No. 1 Franklin & Marshall suffered a hearting-breaking 8-7 loss to No. 10 Salisbury in women's lacrosse action Wednesday evening at Tylus Field. The Diplomats picked up their first loss of the year and dropped to 7-1, while the Sea Gulls improved to 6-2.

No. 15 Penn State Uses Late 10-3 Run to Stun No. 9 Stanford

The 15th-ranked Nittany Lion women's lacrosse team used an 10-3 run in the final 18 minutes of action to defeat No. 9 Stanford, 17-15, Tuesday afternoon at Penn State Lacrosse Field.

Murphy Scores Six as No. 12 Stony Brook Blows by Rutgers

Powered by six goals and one assist by sophomore Courtney Murphy, the No. 12 Stony Brook lacrosse team toppled Rutgers, 16-4, Tuesday night at LaValle Stadium. With the win, the Seawolves improved to 8-0 on the season.

LaxPower Women's Division I Forum Poll for March 23rd

The LaxPower Forum Poll Women's Division I for March 23rd has been posted.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division I - March 23rd

The undefeated Maryland Terrapins, while receiving all 20-first place votes, hold onto the top spot in the IWLCA's Division I Weekly Poll for March 23, 2015. Boston College is #2, while the North Carolina slides into #3.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division II - March 23rd

Adelphi, Lock Haven and Lindenwood hold on to the top three spots again in this week's IWLCA's Division II Weekly Poll for March 23, 2015. Le Moyne moves back into the top four for the second time this season.

IWLCA Poll for Women's Division III - March 23rd

Franklin & Marshall, Trinity, Colby, and Middlebury sit at the top of the IWLCA's Division III Weekly Poll for March 23, 2015. Colby moves into the top four for the first time this year, while Trinity and Middlebury move back into the top four for the first time since the pre-season poll.

Late Save Helps No. 7 Northwestern Hold off No. 5 Syracuse

Northwestern's seniors stepped up on Sunday afternoon at Lakeside Field, helping the seventh-ranked Wildcats knock off fifth-ranked Syracuse in front of a crowd of 927 lacrosse fans, 11-10.

No. 6 Florida Vanquishes Vanderbilt in Big East Opener

In its first-ever Big East Conference game, No. 6 Florida (7-4, 1-0) defeated Vanderbilt (3-6, 0-1), 19-10, Sunday afternoon at the Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse Complex.

No. 11 Penn State Outguns, Shuts Down Drexel

No. 11 Penn State never trailed in a 10-5 victory at Drexel on Sunday afternoon. Madison Cyr tallied a game-high three goals as Penn State out-shot Drexel, 34-13.

No. 3 Boston College Downs No. 2 North Carolina in Overtime

No. 3 Boston College (9-0, 4-0 ACC) downed No. 2 North Carolina (8-2, 2-1 ACC), 10-9, Saturday night in overtime. Senior midfielder Mikaela Rix scored the game-winner, and sophomore goaltender Zoe Ochoa came up with a last-second save.

Stukenberg Nets Four as No. 1 Maryland Tops No. 12 JMU

Zoe Stukenberg scored four times as the No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (9-0) defeated No. 12 James Madison, 14-10, Saturday afternoon at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex.

Strong First Half Propels No. 8 UVa to Victory over No. 4 Duke

The No. 8 Virginia women's lacrosse team (6-4, 1-2 ACC) earned a 13-10 victory over previously-undefeated No. 4 Duke (9-1, 3-1 ACC) on Saturday (March 21).

No. 10 Louisville Handles the Hokies for 7th Win

The high-powered attack of the No. 10 Louisville Cardinals was too much for the Virginia Tech lacrosse team as it fell 15-6 at Thompson Field Saturday afternoon.

No. 13 Princeton Closes on 9-4 Run to Outgun Harvard

Chris Sailer's 350th career win couldn't have been against a better opponent, her alma mater, Harvard. Princeton used a big second half to catapault to a 17-11 win over Harvard to improve to 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the Ivy League.

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