Men's college lacrosse: The NCAA Division I selection committee released its Top 10 schools, and if it the tournament began Saturday, Maryland and Johns Hopkins would be in that group. The Terps (9-2) were third on that list, and the Blue Jays (7-4) were eighth. The rankings were released before Johns Hopkins' 13-11 win over Penn State on Saturday afternoon and Maryland's 13-12 triple overtime victory at Rutgers on Sunday night. Syracuse and Denver were first and second, according to the selection committee. After Maryland, Notre Dame, Penn State, Ohio State and Duke were fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh, respectively. Hofstra and Albany rounded out the Top 10. ... In the fourth installment of RPI rankings, the Terps and Blue Jays moved into the top five. Maryland rose from fifth to third, and Johns Hopkins went from seventh to fourth. Towson (7-3), which had been at No. 16, moved into the top 10 at No. 10. Notre Dame (6-3) and Syracuse (10-1) traded positions at the top. Among area programs, UMBC (5-6) improved from No. 28 to No. 20, Loyola Maryland (7-5) rose from No. 32 to No. 28, Navy (6-7) jumped from No. 51 to No. 38, and Mount St. Mary's (4-7) slipped from No. 46 to No. 52.