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The College Crosse Week 10 Aggregation & Summation For April 19, 2016.

These polls ain't loyal!

Let's sort it all out!
Let's sort it all out!
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(Ed. Note: Bolded teams are College Crosse Big Board Certified Dimes ®.)

College Crosse Week 10 Aggregation for April 19, 2016.
Rank Lacrosse Magazine USILA Poll Doc_Lunchbox Inside Lacrosse Eri_Barrister
1 Notre Dame Notre Dame Denver Notre Dame Notre Dame
2 Brown Denver Notre Dame Denver Denver
3 Denver Brown Brown Brown Maryland
4 Yale Yale Maryland Yale Brown
5 Maryland Maryland Yale Maryland Albany
6 Albany Albany Navy Albany Yale
7 Navy Navy Albany Navy Navy
8 Syracuse Syracuse Air Force Syracuse Johns Hopkins University
9 North Carolina Loyola Marquette Air Force Air Force
10 Duke Towson Loyola Johns Hopkins University Loyola
11 Towson Johns Hopkins University Syracuse Loyola Syracuse
12 Loyola Air Force Towson Towson Towson
13 Johns Hopkins University Duke Stony Brook North Carolina North Carolina
14 Penn State Stony Brook Rutgers Stony Brook Stony Brook
15 Air Force Marquette Johns Hopkins University Marquette Marquette
16 Marquette North Carolina St. Joe's Duke St. Joe's
17 Villanova Penn State Villanova Pen State Duke
18 Rutgers Villanova Penn State Villanova Penn State
19 St. Joe's Rutgers North Carolina Rutgers Villanova
20 Cornell Army Bucknell Army Rutgers

Major Guest List News.

  • No one's perfect. DOWN GOES YALE! Brown dropped the last undefeated team in D1 over the weekend in a thriller up in Providence. Yale was playing with fire for the last few weeks and finally got burned against the Bears. Good win for Brown and excellent game by our boy, Dylan Molloy (5 Gs & 1 A). 

  • Loyola. After a great start, Loyola went into a bit of a funk in March. The Hounds lost 3 out of 4 after their 3-0 start and things looked pretty grim for Loyola fans. Fast forward a month later and Loyola is on a 5-game winning streak, sits alone at #2 in the Patriot League, and is no lower than 12th on any of the Big Board polls. Amazing turnaround by BOSS Toomey's lads.  

  • Navy. The Midshipmen continued their excellent season with a HUGE win over Army. The win was significant for Navy, as it broke the tie between the two for the top spot in the Patriot League, and (probably more importantly) it gave Navy a big win over their archrival. Great job by BOSS Sowell and his staff.

  • Cornell. Welcome back, Big Red! Cornell is back on the Big Board after two big wins last week over Syracuse and Lehigh.  Cornell is on a bit of a roll, winning 3 out of its last 4, and they seem to be clicking on offense. With Harvard losing to Penn over the weekend, the race for 4th in the Ivy between Harvard, Cornell, and Princeton, is going to be an exciting one to watch.

  • Duke. Duke's win over Virginia eliminated the Cavaliers from the ACC race, snapped a two game losing streak, and clinched a spot in the ACC tournament for the Blue Devils. Not a bad weekend for the Blue Devils.

  • Stony Brook. I knew Stony Brook would drop a bit if they lost a game down the stretch, as there are some  legitimate questions about SBU's SOS (According to LaxPower weighted SOS page, the Seawolves have the 37th SOS in D1). However, I was happy to see that most of the polls on the Big Board still had the Seawolves right around 13th or 14th. *Everyone stares at Lacrosse Magazine Poll.*
Here's a screenshot of the NCAA's official RPI picture as of April 18th. A link to the full list can be found here.