Six teams have been eliminated as six teams advanced from the CUFLA Baggataway Cup Division Playoffs last week. All three top seeds in both the West and East all advanced, some more easily than others.
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The 30th regular season of the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) is complete, playoff seeds decided and the quest for the Baggataway Cup has begun. Twelve teams are set to begin their pursuit of the league title with division playoff games scheduled for this week.
One week remains in the 2014 CUFLA regular season and much is to be decided. Six teams in each division qualify for the post-season and the battle for those final spots are still up-for-grabs.
18-time CUFLA champion Brock Badgers had what might have been their toughest test of this season last weekend. Facing their northern rival Laurentian twice on the St. Catherines campus, Brock needed a late rally to win 11-8 on Saturday.
Two league games remain for McGill University, but the undefeated Redmen already can call themselves CUFLA East Division champions.
In its third season of competition, the European Lacrosse League (ELL) just wrapped Tournament 2 of the 2014 season. The ELL format has four box lacrosse teams competing over four weekend round-robin tournaments to crown a champion.
Four weeks complete, four weeks to go. CUFLA has reached the midway point of the 2014 regular season in the chase for the Baggataway Cup. In the West, traditional power Brock Badgers (5-0) have separated themselves from the pack while the East Division teams continue to chase McGill (8-0).
Three weeks into the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association season are complete and just two teams remain undefeated.
Two weeks of play of the 2014 Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association season is in the books as all teams have played at least three games. Defending Baggataway Cup champion Guelph (0-3) have found defending the title a bit tougher than winning, losing their first three games. 2013 was the fourth league championship for the […]
Opening week of play in the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) is in the books as 13 of the 15 teams played at least one game. 2014 marks the 30th season for CUFLA, which is made up of schools in Ontario and Quebec.
Minnesota weather is by definition ‘unpredictable’ and that proved true on Saturday when the MSHSL Boys Lacrosse Championship game was postponed due to heavy rain and lightning. That meant the showdown between two of the top prep teams in the Midwest would have to wait. The game was then moved to Monday and again was […]
At the beginning of the 2014 season, 67 Minnesota teams set out on a quest for one goal: to reach the state tournament and play for a championship. After section playoffs those 67 teams are now down to eight, which have advanced into the tourney scheduled for June 10-14. Games will be played at Chaska […]
Upset-minded Long Island University-Post will try to end their surprise post-season run with a victory in the NCAA Division II National Championship when they face second-ranked Limestone College on Sunday.
Seven NJCAA national titles. Nine-consecutive Region III championships. Onondaga Community College Lazers men’s lacrosse have built a resume that would be the envy of any college lacrosse program, regardless of level.
The 2014 Great Lakes Lacrosse League (GLLL) regular season has come to a close and league champions will be crowned on the weekend of April 26-27. The Wisconsin Badgers club lacrosse team will host a league championship tournament in two divisions. The “A” bracket consists of the top eight clubs in GLLL while the “B” […]