University of Missouri
That is the division below division I. Division one is where the top schools play while division two is for schools who don't attract many athletes or are a small school.
There have been some in the past. There are mostly scouts from the USHL & NAHL. From what I hear from friends that have went there have been some top WCHA CCHA & HE schools in attendance.
Last year UCLA was the first to reach 100 NCAA chanpionships.
Just a guess.....BYU in 1984. * but it is not an "NCAA" championship in Division 1a. The NCAA calls them a "national poll champion".
i was wondering if anyone knew what the top ncaa div.2 school was in terms of academic ranking
Kentucky, UCLA, North Carolina
Princeton and Washington are very good. The NCAA Division I Rowing page is a good source, click on the link below for more information.
University of Kentucky, North Carolina, and Kanss.
uk ucla duke kansas nc
Division 1 is the top division of athletics in college. There are a number of schools that participate at this level with a total enrollment of approximately 2 million people.
See the following post: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_are_the_top_20_coaches_with_the_most_NCAA_Division_1_basketball_wins
It depends on what you mean by 'top'. The most famous ones are probably Eton, Harrow, Westminster, Rugby and Marlborough. If you mean top by academic success, I would have to research it.
No there are no New Jersey schools in the top 5. There is one that is number 29, and that's McNair Academic in Jersey City.
NCAA division 2 men's basketball has a long history dating back to 1957. The 2014 champion was Central Missouri. The last rankings had Metro State ranked number 1. Kentucky Wesleyan has won the title 5 different times.
#1: University of Miami
Alabama they have played in 52 bowl games and won 29!
C. Vivian Stringer Geno should be on there in the near future
The obvious answer would be the school's team who is able to win the NCAA Division I championship on any given year, in 2009 that team would be Syracuse University. There were only 59 NCAA Div. I schools in 2009, 34 Div. II schools, 156 Div III schools and the MCLA had 104 Div I schools and 105 Div II schools. So the question is highly multifaceted. Is the question referring to the quality of education in combination with a successful program, the quality of the lacrosse program year in year out, or are recent successes more important? Does it refer to only to NCAA Division I men's lacrosse, or does it refer to the combination of the men's and women's programs at all levels? Can the MCLA schools that have shown a great deal of success and growth be included in the conversation? What about the success of smaller Division II and Division III schools? One source to assist you in answering the question would be www.laxpower.com What is debateable, is the "top US college for lacrosse". What is not debateble is the consistent long term lacrosse success and academic excellence of these Men's Division I schools placed in no particular order: Pinceton University US Naval Academy Johns Hopkins University University of Virginia Other Schools with great lacrosse success with lesser, yet still stellar academic reputations: Syracuse University Duke University University of Maryland University of North Carolina UMBC The newer and up and coming powers: Cornell University (2009 NCAA Div I Runner up) Notre Dame University Brown University Bucknell University University of Denver Georgetown University Ohio State University Hobart University UMass Colgate University several other programs can be considered too.
According to 'US News', they rate the top accounting schools in the USA as follows: Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Stanford University. Scores are based on academic reputation, employer reputation, and citations per paper.
Three Pac-10 schools are at the top of the list: UCLA with 103, Stanford with 95, and USC with 87.