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Last year's national runner-up, BYU, is one of four remaining undefeated teams in the WCLA's Division I Top 20.
Undefeated Pittsburgh and Utah State retained their spots at the top of the new WCLA (Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates) Division I and II coaches polls, released Wednesday. It’s the fourth straight week at the top for both teams.
There were no changes among the top six teams in the Division I ranking, with San Diego State, Michigan Club, BYU, Cal Poly and UCLA all maintaining their same positions from last week. The only movement in the Top 10 was a switch in placement between No. 7 Virginia Tech and No. 8 Santa Clara.
No. 17 Northeastern and No. 19 Boston College Club were newcomers in the D-I ranking, with Colorado State and Alabama dropping out this week.
In Division II, Loyola Club, Denver Club, Air Force, and Stanford Club complete this week’s top five.
The biggest mover in Division II was No. 15 CSU San Marcos, which jumped two spots and improved to 6-2 on the year with a victory over Pepperdine.
No. 19 St. Benedict, 5-0 overall, joined the ranking for the first time this season, while Binghamton dropped out.
The WCLA features 230 Division I and Division II non-varsity teams that compete under the US Lacrosse umbrella. The 2019 season will conclude with the US Lacrosse WCLA D-I and D-II national championships in Virginia Beach, May 8-11.
March 20, 2019
First Place Votes
|2||San Diego State||8-0||151||0|
|7||Virginia Tech Club||5-1||111||0|
|10||North Carolina Club||3-1||85||0|
|16||James Madison Club||2-2||35||0|
|18||Cal Berkeley Club||6-2||28||0|
|19||Boston College Club||0-1||23||0|
March 20, 2019
First Place Votes
|7||Grand Valley State Club||3-1||95||0|
|13t||UC San Diego||7-2||43||0|
|15||Cal State San Marcos||6-2||36||0|
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