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MCLA Rankings – 04/17/2012

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    Division I Division II 1.  Cal Poly (300, 12 first-place votes) 1.  St. Thomas (291, 6 first-place votes) 2.  BYU (284) 2.  Grand Valley State (287, 3 first-place votes) 3.  UCSB (272) 3.  Westminster (270, 2 first-place votes) 4.  Colorado State (270) 4.  St. John’s (265, 1 first-place vote) 5.  Chapman (253) 5.  Davenport (261) 6. [...]

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MCLA Rankings – 04/10/2012

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Division I Division II 1. Cal Poly (350, 14 first-place votes) 1. St. Thomas (321, 9 first-place votes) 2. BYU (328) 2. Grand Valley State (316, 4 first-place votes) 3. UCSB (318) 3. Westminster (299) 4. Colorado State (316) 4. St. John’s (274) 5. Chapman (295) 5. Davenport (256) 6. Oregon (271) 6. Dayton (252) [...]

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HOLBROOK, N.Y. – The Davenport defense did their job holding SCAD to just seven goals but the Panther offense struggled on the day scoring only five goals. The five goals is the lowest output for Davenport since last spring when they scord five at Grand Valley State during the regular season. With the loss, Davenport [...]

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. –– Using their relentless offensive attack, Palm Beach Atlantic jolted Georgia Southern for ten straight goals on the way to a 15-7 victory. Attackman Colin Price (Fairfax Station, Va./Lake Braddock) and midfielder Dave Schultz (Annapolis, Md./St. Mary’s) led all Sailfish goal scorers with three goals apiece, while senior Joe Ciringione (Merrick, [...]

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Highlands Ranch, CO – The #2 Colorado State Rams rallied from five down to make it a one-goal game in the fourth quarter against #3 Brigham Young but were unable to complete the comeback in a disappointing 8-6 loss to their Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference rivals on Saturday night.  BYU jumped out to leads of 4-0, [...]

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MCLA Rankings – 04/03/2012

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Division I: Cal Poly, we all knew that. Colorado moves up because they beat UCSB who was second last week. Division II: Westminster lost to St. Thomas, why did they not fall at all? Grand Valley beat Dayton very handily, and managed to received less first-place votes?   Division I Division II 1. Cal Poly [...]

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HARDEEVILLE, S.C. –– Palm Beach Atlantic scored nine goals in an eight minute stretch to decisively defeat No. 8 Savannah College of Art & Design, 21-14, at SCAD Athletic Complex in Hardeeville, S.C. The Sailfish lead was eleven goals at its’ largest point in their biggest offensive output of the season. Sophomore attackman Colin Price [...]

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Nike MCLA Rankings – 03/20/2012

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Division I Division II 1. Colorado State (350, 14 first-place votes) 1. St. Thomas (291, 6 first-place votes) 2. UCSB (326) 2. Dayton (285, 4 first-place votes) 3. BYU (318) 3. Grand Valley State (271) 4. Cal Poly (313) 4. Westminster (267) 5. Chapman (299) 5. Davenport (250, 2 first-place votes) 6. Texas (259) 6. [...]

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MCLA Rankings – 03/13/2012

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Colorado State is the unanimous No. 1 team in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse MCLA Coaches Poll for March 13. The undefeated Rams are coming off victories against Arizona State and Stanford. And, it’s a tight race in the rest of the top five, with UCSB at second and BYU and Cal Poly tied for third place. [...]

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BALTIMORE — Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, today announced its 2012 preseason college team rankings and preseason players of the year. The rankings, compiled by Lacrosse Magazine staff after consultations with coaches, predict the champions of 12 divisions of college play, including the NCAA, the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), the US [...]

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