IWLCA Poll for Women's Division II - April 29th

The LIU Post Pioneers swept all 15 first-place votes while the Limestone Saints took home all 15 second-place votes in a week that saw relatively little movement. The Northeast-10 continues to lead all conferences with five ranked teams.

The PSAC has three schools ranked in the poll and the ECC and Conference Carolinas each claim two schools. The only change in the poll from last week includes IUP moving up one spot to No. 12 while Bentley slides down one to No. 13.

The NE-10 has three schools in the top-10, starting with LeMoyne at No. 4. The Panthers of Adelphi sit right behind the Dolphins at No. 5 while Stonehill remains at No. 9. Bentley moved to No. 13 and New Haven held at No. 14.

Lock Haven leads the PSAC schools at No. 6 while West Chester sits right behind them at No. 7; IUP moved up to No. 12.

Representing the ECC, LIU Post remained a consensus No. 1 and Dowling held fast at No. 11.

Limestone from the Conference Carolinas is a unanimous No. 2 pick for the first time this season while Pfeiffer remains at No. 8.

Lindenwood from the WILA remains in the poll as the Lions hold at No. 15. Rollins, a independent in lacrosse, holds at No. 3 while Florida Southern, also an independent, remains in the top-10 at No. 10.

Both the NE-10 and PSAC tournaments take place this week, with No. 14 New Haven hosting No. 13 Bentley and No. 9 Stonehill welcoming St. Anselm on Wednesday. No. 4 LeMoyne is the host for the semifinals and finals; the No. 4 Dolphins will take on the winners of the New Haven/Bentley game while No. 5 Adelphi faces the winner of the Stonehill/St. Anselm game. On Saturday, No. 2 Limestone welcomes No. 10 Florida Southern on Saturday.

This is the tenth weekly poll for the IWLCA for the 2013 season; the next weekly poll will be released May 7.

The rankings are available at IWLCA Division II Poll. This link as well as those to other polls can be found on the Polls page.

2013-04-30



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