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Janie Harris | NCAA.com | April 22, 2017

Lacrosse committee reveals a second look at the top 10

  Maryland moved up to No. 2 in the latest look at the committee's top 10.

The DI men’s lacrosse selection committee revealed a second look at the current top 10 teams on Saturday. Quite a bit changed from the first initial look that was announced last week. Syracuse remains on top, but Maryland, Penn State and Johns Hopkins moved up with Duke jumping into the top 10. 

There is still a lot of lacrosse to play, and while this lineup is likely to change before the selection show on May 7, here is what the committee announced as the current top 10: 

RELATED: How the 16 teams are selected for the DI men's lacrosse tournament 

The ranking reflects games through April 16. 

Rank Team
1 Syracuse
2 Maryland
3 Denver
4 Notre Dame
5 Ohio State
6 Johns Hopkins
7 Penn State
8 Duke
9 Towson
10 Albany (NY)

 

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