May 2, 2011

NJCAA Poll: Lazers Still Lights Out; Regional Semifinal Rounds Loom

There is no debate who the favorite is to win the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) men's lacrosse championship. Reigning champion and top-ranked Onondaga Community College has failed to eclipse 20 goals just once all season, and that came April 23 in a 13-12 victory over a solid Army Prep team that just defeated No. 2 Essex.

OCC continued to reign over the NJCAA poll by receiving all six first-place votes, again unsurprisingly, while the rest of the landscape remained largely unchanged. Brookdale broke into the top 10 at No. 9 with consecutive wins over Delaware Tech and Morris.

Regional semifinals are on tap now in the race for the NJCAA crown.

Check laxmagazine.com for coverage and back to this page for more rankings and analysis.


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W-L Points (1st) Previous Result Next
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Onondaga
15-0
60 (6)
1
W, Finger Lakes
NJCAA Tournament
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Nassau
11-3
52
2
L, Army Prep
vs. No. 6 Suffolk
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Essex
12-2
50
3
W, Northern Virginia
vs. No. 10 Harford
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Monroe
13-5
41
5
W, Herkimer
--
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Genesee
12-2
35
4
W, Mercyhurst Northeast
--
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Suffolk
10-6
32
6
W, Hudson Valley
at No. 2 Nassau
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Anne Arundel
5-7
19
7
L, No. 10 Harford
vs. Howard
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Broome
11-6
14
8
W, Jefferson
--
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Brookdale
8-7
13
RV
W, Morris
NJCAA Tournament
$team.getAttributes().getProperty("ranking")
Harford
8-6
6
9
W, Catonsville
at No. 3 Essex

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Also Receiving Votes: Howard, Mercyhurst Northeast


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