Adelphi, LeMoyne claim top spots
Panthers on top of the IWLCA poll for past 10 weeks
The Adelphi Panthers and LeMoyne Dolphins sit at one and two in the IWLCA poll for a fourth consecutive week as Adelphi kept all 15 first-place votes; the two are also seeded one and two in the Northeast-10 tournament. The PSAC's East Stroudsburg enters the rankings for the first time this season after advancing to the PSAC semifinals last week.
The PSAC leads all conferences with six schools in the poll; Lock Haven, the 2011 PSASC Champion, leads the rankings at No. 4. West Chester, the runner-up, sits at No. 6 while Mercyhurst moves to No. 11. Three schools form a block at the end of the rankings, with Gannon moving to No. 13, East Stroudburg coming in at No. 14, and Bloomsburg moving to No. 15.
The Northeast-10 holds on to five ranked schools, led by Adelphi and LeMoyne at No. 1 and No. 2. Stonehill moves to No. 7, while New Haven enters the top-10 at No. 10 and Merrimack also moves up on spot to No. 12.
The East Coast Conference keeps two schools in the poll, with Dowling leading the league at a season-high No. 5 and C. W. Post holding at No. 8. Limestone represents the Conference Carolinas and remains at No. 3 while Rollins competes as an independent and also holds, staying at No. 9.