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Lacrosse Ranked #2 for Fifth Straight Week

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Lacrosse Ranked #2 for Fifth Straight Week

Courtesy: UAlbany Sports Information

Release: 04/10/2007



Courtesy: UAlbany Athletics




Baltimore , Md. – After defeating 18th-ranked Stony Brook last Saturday, UAlbany remains in the top three in both national men’s lacrosse polls. The Great Danes are No. 2 in the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) coaches’ poll for the fifth straight week. UAlbany is No. 3 in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse media rankings for the second week in a row.

UAlbany (9-0, AE 3-0) is off to its best start as a Division I program. The Great Danes have won nine straight, their longest string of wins since 1972. UAlbany travels to non-league opponent Yale on Wednesday for a 7:00 p.m. face-off.




USILA Coaches' Poll: 1. Cornell, 2. UAlbany, 3. Virginia, 4. Duke, 5. Georgetown, 6. Princeton, 7. Maryland, 8. Navy, 9. Johns Hopkins, 10. North Carolina , 11. Notre Dame, 12. Bucknell, 13. Loyola, 14. Towson , 15. UMBC, 16. Drexel, 17. Delaware , 18. Syracuse , 19. Fairfield , 20. Brown.




Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll: 1. Cornell, 2. Virginia, 3. UAlbany, 4. Duke, 5. Princeton, 6. Georgetown, 7. Maryland, 8. Navy, 9. North Carolina, 10. Johns Hopkins , 11. Notre Dame, 12. Loyola, 13. Bucknell, 14. UMBC, 15. Towson , 16. Drexel, 17. Syracuse , 18. Delaware , 19. Stony Brook, 20. Rutgers.

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