2012 NCAA Lacrosse Rankings: Syracuse Remains Idle At No. 6; Hofstra Falls To No. 20

Attackmen, senior Tommy Palasek and sophomore Derek Maltz, each tallied three points Sunday to help the No. 6-ranked Syracuse Orange defeat Army, 10-9, in a men's lacrosse game at the Carrier Dome. The victory improved the Orange's overall record to 2-0, however, didn't help them move up in the latest college lacrosse, released Monday morning.

Meanwhile, the Cornell Big Red, who had their game against Hobart canceled because of weather, also remains in the same spot as last week, No. 3.

The Hofstra Pride lost to the No. 11-ranked Princeton Tigers, 12-6, on Saturday, and fell in the rankings from No. 14 to No. 20.

Here's the complete college lacrosse media poll rankings:

1) Virginia
2) Johns Hopkins
3) Cornell
4) North Carolina
5) Maryland
6) Syracuse
7) UMass
8) Duke
9) Villanova
10) Notre Dame
11) Princeton
12) Denver
13) Penn State
14) Loyola
15) Harvard
16) Ohio State
17) Yale
18) Penn
19) Drexel
20) Hofstra

For more on Syracuse lacrosse, check back to this SB Nation New York StoryStream, while SB Nation blog Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician is all about the Orange.

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