NCAA college lacrosse and MLL action BOTH return to SportsCenter for another week; this time with incredible goals from Denver’s Mark Matthews and Ohio’s Chazz Woodson.
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UVA’s Chris LaPierre helped defeat Princeton by jumping chest-first into a shot, so should you do the same? What’s the right thing to do when a shot is on the way? Did anyone ever tell you?
Three lacrosse plays made ESPN’s Top 10, plus one more that probably should have. Two are from the Pros (Ned Crotty and Chazz Woodson) and two are from the college stars (Tim Desko and Marcus Holman).
The Michigan Wolverines turn their match-up against Ohio State into a mini-documentary. This huge rivalry game will only serve to help Michigan climb the ladder in D1 and the quality of the documentary is amazing!
The day after lacrosse makes it to SportsCenter’s TOP spot, two incredible goals from Zach Palmer and Chazz Woodson make it to ESPN’s big stage. Great lacrosse goals and great exposure for the sport!
John Grant, Jr. and the Colorado Mammoth rally around a teammate by giving you the chance to own a major piece of NLL history. Doing great things on and off the floor!
Tim Desko had the internet going nuts with another one of his ridiculous goals, this time against Notre Dame. Is he the first lacrosse player to be be trending worldwide on Twitter?
The Washington Stealth say Rhys Duch scored the goal of the year. John Grant Jr. fans may beg to differ. Who had the better goal? You decide.
Eamon McAnaney predicted that Josh Dionne’s goal against Maryland would end up on SportsCenter. He got it right, and he always does. Then we were treated to yet another college lacrosse highlight reel goal from 2012, this time from UNC.
An Ohio State lacrosse defenseman scores from a mile away and Army’s Garrett Thul enters the Goal of The Year discussion with his colossal one man show, behind the back, shot.
Bucknell brings out the hidden ball trick, a Tar Heel goal makes SportsCenter’s Top Plays, and Frosted Flakes has an interesting impression of lacrosse players.
Weeks after a ridiculous assist from the ground, Virginia’s Steele Stanwick returns with yet another college lacrosse play that simply amazes, this time against Maryland.
The day after John Grant Jr makes it onto ESPN, two more lacrosse goals get the SportsCenter seal of approval.
John Grant Jr., goes one-handed, behind the legs, nothing but net on the run, and the lacrosse goal makes SportsCenter’s Top 10! Great to see box lacrosse making waves in the sports world, and WHAT A GOAL!
Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse easily defeated Syracuse this past Saturday in Baltimore, Maryland. However, with just THREE changes, it could have been an entirely different game. Chris Rosenthall explains HOW.