Women's lacrosse ranked fifth in latest IWLCA poll

Women's lacrosse ranked fifth in latest IWLCA poll

GRAND LAKE, Colo. – The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association released its latest Division III coaches' poll on Monday and Salisbury University dropped one spot to No. 5 in this week's rankings.

The Sea Gulls fell one spot to No. 5, receiving 530 points, despite earning a convincing 22-3 victory over Frostburg State University in their lone game of the week.

Washington and Lee took over the top spot with 596 points, receiving 11 first-place votes. Gettysburg College dropped to No. 2 with 588 points and four first-place votes after falling to Franklin & Marshall College, which jumped three spots to No. 4 with 543 points and two first-place votes. Middlebury College remained at No. 3 with 587 points and five first-place votes. Tufts University, which came in at No. 6 with 512 points, received the final three first-place votes.

Two other Capital Athletic Conference teams remained in the top-25, with the University of Mary Washington checking in at No. 7 with 486 points and York College of Pennsylvania coming in just behind at No. 8 with 446 points.

Salisbury returns to action on Wednesday, April 10 at Christopher Newport University for a 4 p.m. game.

To view the IWLCA release in its entirety, click here.

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