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College Crosse Week 11 Top 20

A quiet week leaves the Top 20 largely unchanged

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The penultimate week of the regular season has come and gone and with it there was not a lot of change in this week’s Top 20. But the Top 20 is still here nonetheless as we get closer and closer to Selection Sunday. Chris, Ryan, Adam, Safe, and myself took part in the voting. Directly below you can find each of our individual ballots and below that is the official College Crosse Top 20 poll for Week 11. Let us know any thoughts you have or what your Top 20 would be in the comments or on Twitter.

College Crosse Week 11 Top 20 Ballots

Rank Adam Jake Chris Safe Ryan
Rank Adam Jake Chris Safe Ryan
1 Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State
2 Maryland Maryland Maryland Maryland Maryland
3 Penn Penn Duke Penn Penn
4 Duke Duke Penn Duke Yale
5 Yale Yale Virginia Yale Duke
6 Virginia Virginia Syracuse Loyola Syracuse
7 Loyola Syracuse Yale Virginia Loyola
8 Syracuse Loyola Loyola Syracuse Virginia
9 Ohio State Ohio State Cornell Ohio State Cornell
10 Cornell Cornell Ohio State Towson Ohio State
11 Towson Notre Dame Towson Cornell Towson
12 Notre Dame Denver Notre Dame Denver Notre Dame
13 Denver Towson Denver Notre Dame Denver
14 UMass High Point Boston University UMass BU
15 BU Boston University High Point High Point UMass
16 High Point Georgetown UMass BU High Point
17 Georgetown UMass Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown
18 Villanova Delaware Villanova Delaware Air Force
19 Delaware Villanova Delaware Air Force Delaware
20 Richmond Air Force Air Force Villanova Villanova

College Crosse Top 20

Rank College Crosse Top 20
Rank College Crosse Top 20
1 Penn State
2 Maryland
3 Penn
4 Duke
5 Yale
6 Virginia
7 Syracuse
8 Loyola
9 Ohio State
10 Cornell
11 Towson
12 Notre Dame
13 Denver
14 Boston University
T15 UMass
T15 High Point
17 Georgetown
18 Delaware
19 Villanova
20 Air Force

The Top 5 remains the same as last week, albeit with a slight change in the order, as Penn moved up to #3 and Duke slid back to #4. The rest of the 10 was as last week. Towson and Notre Dame swapped spots, with the Tigers up to #11 and the Irish at #12. The lone significant fall in the Top 20 was Delaware, who after their loss to Towson dropped four spots to #18.

The two teams to drop out of the Top 20 from last week were Army and Mount St. Mary’s, and they were replaced by Villanova and Air Force.