GRAND LAKE, Colo. – The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association released the final Division III coaches' poll on Tuesday and Salisbury University finished the 2019 campaign at the No. 2 spot.
The Sea Gulls received 598 points to land at No. 2 after falling to Middlebury College in the NCAA Division III national championship game on Sunday, May 26. Salisbury finished the year with a 20-4 record, advancing to the championship game for the first time since 2014.
The Panthers claimed the top spot with all 25 first-place votes and 625 points after winning their seventh title. Tufts University checked in at No. 3 with 569 points, Wesleyan (Conn.) University at No. 4 with 555 points, and Gettysburg College rounded out the top five with 518 points.
Two other Capital Athletic Conference opponents finished the season in the top 25, with York College of Pennsylvania at No. 6 with 467 points and the University of Mary Washington at No. 11 with 373 points.
To view the IWLCA poll in its entirety, click here.