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The College Crosse Week 6 Aggregation & Summation For March 21, 2016.

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(Ed. Note: Two pods this week!)

Moreover, we got fellow Jersey Boy, Liquid_Smoke, on Wednesday's special College Crossecast New Jersey/Johns Hopkins University Pod!

Now, let's go to the Big Board!

Bolded teams are College Crosse Big Board Certified Dimes ®.

College Crosse Aggregation of Week 6 Polls for March 21, 2016.
Rank Lacrosse Magazine USILA Poll Doc_Lunchbox Inside Lacrosse Eri_Barrister
1 Denver Denver Denver Denver Denver
2 Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame
3 Yale Yale Brown Yale Brown
4 Brown Brown Yale Brown Yale
5 Johns Hopkins University Syracuse Villanova Syracuse Maryland
6 Syracuse Villanova Maryland Maryland Johns Hopkins University
7 Maryland Maryland Syracuse Johns Hopkins University Syracuse
8 Villanova Johns Hopkins University Albany Villanova Villanova
9 Duke Duke Johns Hopkins University Towson Towson
10 Towson Albany Towson Albany Duke
11 Albany Towson Stony Brook Duke North Carolina
12 North Carolina Stony Brook Marquette North Carolina Albany
13 Navy North Carolina Army Stony Brook Stony Brook
14 Loyola Harvard Navy Navy Marquette
15 Stony Brook Loyola Boston U. Harvard Navy
16 Harvard Navy North Carolina Army Air Force
17 Bucknell UMass Richmond Loyola Army
18 UMass Army Duke UMass Hofstra
19 Richmond Hofstra Harvard Hofstra Harvard
20 Boston U. Air Force Lehigh Air Force Loyola

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Polls.
  • The Almost Dimes. To be an official College Crosse Big Board Certified Dime ®, and get the bold treatment, a team must appear in the top 10 of all 5 polls on the Big Board. We have a consensus on 8 teams, and three almost Dimes (Duke, Albany, and Towson).

    Towson is the closest to Dime status, as the Tigers appear in the top 10 on 4 out of 5 Big Board polls. Duke and Albany are right behind them with 3 top 10 appearances each. All three had good weekends (Duke throttled the Hoyas, Albany broke away from Stony Brook, and Towson blew by Furman), but they'll need to keep it up to stay with the other cool kids in the top 10.

  • Villanova. I am starting to think Villanova is a really good sleeper pick for Final Four. Nova had the weekend off but took care of Bucknell last week to extend their winning streak to 5 games. The Wildcats have scored the 2nd most goals this year, and are 2nd in total points per game as well.

    Moreover, junior star Jake Froccaro leads the nation in goals per game, and is second in points per game. This is a very dangerous team that might really have something special if they can win 3 out of their next 4 versus Fairfield, Brown, Marquette, and Denver.

  • Hofstra. Bit of a tumble for the Pride. Hofstra looked good in their win over OSU back on the 12th, but have been on a 2 game losing streak ever since including last Saturday's loss to Providence. Hofstra has a good resume but the Pride must not let their great start go to waste by not preforming well in its upcoming CAA games.
Bragging Rights.