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 postponed. Now the two teams are scheduled to meet on Tuesday.
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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 and Chanhassen High Schools.
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” bracket features 20 teams.
The 2014 Canadian Lacrosse League season will come to a conclusion on Friday night when the regular season champion Ohsweken Demons play host to the Niagara Lock Monsters. With the two clubs on top of the CLax standing the entire regular season, this showdown seemed destined-to-happen for weeks. The prize for the winner: the Creators’ Cup.
Sports fans love upsets. At this time of the year March Madness often dominate the headlines with lower seeds knocking out college basketball giants (Mercer!) in the opening rounds of the tournament. In the Canadian Lacrosse League playoff semifinals no such “shockers” occurred last weekend as the top two teams both advanced in highly-contested games.
The 2014 Canadian Lacrosse League season came to a conclusion last week with the top four teams shuffling for final playoff position. The red-hot Barrie Blizzard (4-4) were the big movers of the final weeks, winning four-in-a-row to earn the third seed in the quest for the Creators’ Cup. They will travel to Seymour-Hannah Sports Centre on […]
Week 5 in the Canadian Lacrosse League opens with what could be the biggest matchup of the season. League-leading Ohsweken Demons (4-0) are set to host Niagara Lock Monsters (4-1) is a clash that could go a long way in deciding who comes out on top of the CLax standings at the end of the season.