SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury University women's lacrosse team dropped from the top of the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association top 20 coaches poll and the Lacrosse Magazine rankings for the first time this season, the organizations announced on Monday.
The Sea Gulls picked up a 9-4 win against Marymount (Va.) University on Wednesday before suffering their first loss since 2012, on Sunday afternoon, 12-8, at the State University of New York at Cortland.
Salisbury dropped one spot in the USILA poll, receiving 369 points to sit in second place along with Amherst College. The College of New Jersey stands fourth with 338 points and Trinity (Conn.) College rounds out the top five with 316 points. Cortland took the top spot with all 400 first-place points.
In the Lacrosse Magazine rankings, the Sea Gulls moved to third place, with Cortland climbing to No. 1 and Amherst taking the No. 2 spot. TCNJ held at No. 4 and Trinity moved up one spot to round out the top five.
Salisbury is next in action this weekend hosting a Capital Athletic Conference tournament semifinal game following a first-round bye, when it will host either Christopher Newport University or St. Mary's College of Maryland. The date and time of the game are still to be determined.
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To view the complete Lacrosse Magazine rankings, click here.