NCLL Conference News
The following schools have been admitted for the 2015 spring season:
Catholic University-Chesapeake Conference
Waynesburg State University-Three Rivers Keystone Conference
Kent State University-Midwest North Conference
Western Kentucky University-Midwest South Conference
SUNY-Brockport-Empire West Conference
St. Lawrence University-Empire East Conference
Colgate University-Empire East Conference
Albany College of Pharmacy-Empire East Conference
College of the Holy Cross-New England Conference
UMass-Lowell-New England Conference
Roger Williams University-New England Conference
Western Carolina University-Deep South Conference
Ferris State University (affiliate)-Midwest Conference
The following schools have been reactivated:
VT-Blacksburg-Blue Ridge Conference
Clarkson University- Empire East Conference
Monmouth University-NY Metro Conference
The following schools are in the admissions process:
Furman University-Deep South Conference
Mercer University-Deep South Conference
UMD-Eastern Shore-Chesapeake Conference
PSU-Abington-Liberty Conference
SUNY-Plattsburgh-Empire East Conference

End of Year Division I Top 20 & Division II Top 25
  NCLL Division I End of Year Rankings

1.     Penn State

2.     Navy

3.     James Madison

4.     Virginia

5.     Cortland                

6.     Penn          

7.     Salisbury   

8.     Towson                              

9.     Rutgers      

10.   Hofstra

11.   Cornell

12.   Maryland               

13.   Vermont

14.   Stony Brook

15.   Syracuse

16.   Cincinnati

17.  Duke   

18.   UMass-Amherst     

19.   Michigan

20.   Albany

Others considered: Loyola, Lafayette, Ohio State, Delaware, Fairfield


Division I National Champion: Penn State

Division I Team of the Year: Penn

Division I New Team of the Year: Vermont




End of Season Division II Top 25


1.     Binghamton                 

2.     VMI                       

3.     West Chester

4.     Ithaca

5.     UMBC
6.     RIT 

7.     RPI                             

8.     St. Joseph’s            

9.     Temple                           

10.   Slippery Rock
11.   Bowling Green                             
12.   Stevens Tech
13.   Richmond            

14.   Christopher Newport                    

15.   Lynchburg     

16.   Saginaw Valley           

17.   Lock Haven                 

18.   Bloomsburg 

19.   George Mason                       

20.   UT-Chattanooga    

21.   York

22.   Millersville

23.   Susquehanna
24.   Kutztown
25.   Akron


Others considered: Eastern Kentucky, Penn College, Ball State, Bellarmine, Old Dominion, Georgetown, New Paltz, Columbia, St. Mary’s College of MD, East Stroudsburg,  Xavier, St. Bonaventure, Michigan-Flint, Le Moyne, IUP, Quinnipiac, Niagara, Washington College, Kutztown, Robert Morris, Rowan, TCNJ


Division II National Champion: Binghamton

Division II Team of the Year: Binghamton

Division II New Team of the Year: Ball State (IN)



2014 National Championships at Rutgers University
Division II National Championship
Binghamton 10 West Chester 6
Division I National Championship
Penn State 14 Navy 8

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