The NCAA Division I men's lacrosse selection committee released its second list of top 10 schools Saturday, and Towson joined Maryland and Johns Hopkins in that group.

The Tigers (7-3) are ninth in the rankings. With a 3-0 record in the Colonial Athletic Association, they can move a step closer to capturing their third consecutive regular-season title with a victory over Fairfield on Saturday.

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The Terps (9-3) moved from third to second on that list. They are 3-1 in the Big Ten after losing to No. 7 Ohio State on Saturday.

The Blue Jays (8-4) rose from eighth to sixth. They are 3-1 in the Big Ten and clinched a spot in the conference tournament with a win against Michigan on Saturday.

Syracuse is first in the view of the selection committee. After Maryland, Denver, Notre Dame and Ohio State are third, fourth, and fifth, respectively. Penn State and Duke are seventh and eighth, and Albany is 10th. Hofstra, which had been ninth, dropped out of the top 10.

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