Latest NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rankings From Lacrosse Magazine: #1 Maryland Followed By Loyola, Cornell, Duke, Denver And Notre Dame


March 17, 2014

March 17, 2014

Who's Hot? Cornell (+7): The Big Red's second straight top-20 win, over Yale, paired with three other top-10 teams losing last week, vaults Cornell to its season-high. Bryant (+4): The Bulldogs got a one-goal win on the road at Albany, holding the Great Danes to a season-low 11 goals. The NEC favorite heads into conference play on Saturday at Hobart on a high. Who's Not? Johns Hopkins (-7): The Blue Jays have just one loss, coming by two goals on Saturday at home to Syracuse, but their best win of the season is over No. 11 Princeton. Penn St. (-7): A two-goal loss at home to UMass does not do the Nittany Lions any favors in its NCAA at-large or bust 2014 campaign. It was actually a two-loss week for Penn St., falling at Denver last Monday. Albany (-5): The Great Danes lost their third game of the season on Saturday, but a 25-10 win over UMass just a week earlier keeps them in the top-20. Who's New? No one, but the bubble teams remain well-positioned striking distance. Dropped Out? None, but Colgate is on notice after a 10-9 win over Binghamton. The Raiders host No. 3 Cornell on Tuesday.

Who’s Hot?
Cornell (+7): The Big Red’s second straight top-20 win, over Yale, paired with three other top-10 teams losing last week, vaults Cornell to its season-high.
Bryant (+4): The Bulldogs got a one-goal win on the road at Albany, holding the Great Danes to a season-low 11 goals. The NEC favorite heads into conference play on Saturday at Hobart on a high.
Who’s Not?
Johns Hopkins (-7): The Blue Jays have just one loss, coming by two goals on Saturday at home to Syracuse, but their best win of the season is over No. 11 Princeton.
Penn St. (-7): A two-goal loss at home to UMass does not do the Nittany Lions any favors in its NCAA at-large or bust 2014 campaign. It was actually a two-loss week for Penn St., falling at Denver last Monday.
Albany (-5): The Great Danes lost their third game of the season on Saturday, but a 25-10 win over UMass just a week earlier keeps them in the top-20.
Who’s New?
No one, but the bubble teams remain well-positioned striking distance.
Dropped Out?
None, but Colgate is on notice after a 10-9 win over Binghamton. The Raiders host No. 3 Cornell on Tuesday.

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