Lacrosse Magazine DIII Ranks: Status Quo
Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, will publish weekly NCAA Division III women's rankings every Monday through championship weekend in May on LaxMagazine.com. Check back each week to see who is rising, falling and new to the list. The rankings are compiled by LM staff.
|Franklin and Marshall||13-3|
|Washington and Lee||14-2|
|St. John Fisher||9-4|
Also Considered: Fredonia, Hamilton, Rennselear, Stevenson, Western New England.
Hamilton: All eight of Hamilton's losses have come to Top 20 teams, but 5-8 is 5-8. The Continentals will be sitting out the NESCAC tournament.
Cortland (+1): It's only one spot but it's a seismic shift. With their Easter victory over Salisbury, the Red Dragons become the first new team other than Salisbury to earn the top spot all season.
Gettysburg (-4): The Bullets loss to unranked Washington College sends them plummeting. They'll have a chance to move back up when they host archrival Franklin & Marshall this week.
Washington College (17): It's official, the Centennial is a three-team race. Thanks to their conference-altering win over Gettysburg, the Shorewomen crack the Top 20 for the first time this season.