Today we’re heading north a bit to look at the MCLA’s Pioneer Collegiate Lacrosse League. Did they test themselves with strong out of conference games?
Editor’s note: Catch up with the first installment of Nationwide Indiscretions and a look at the SELC
Let’s start things off.
3/6 @ Army Club
3/10 @ Farmingdale
3/17 Plattsburgh St
3/20 @ American International
4/7 @ Chestnut Hill
4/21 @ Army Club
4/24 @ S Connecticut
Final Grade: F. I’ll give them a bit of credit for scheduling 8 non PCLL games, but none of them count for the MCLA minimum of 2 games for at-large consideration.
4/7 S Connecticut
Final Grade:F. Two non-MCLA games.
3/6 @ Palm Beach Atlantic
3/7 @ Georgia State @ PBA
Final Grade: C. They get credit for actually playing some true OOC games.
3/19 S Connecticut
Final Grade: F. Only one game. And it’s non MCLA.
3/6 S Connecticut
4/21 @ S Connecticut
Final Grade: F. Playing the same team twice. And they’re non-MCLA.
Bridgewater State and Worcester Polytechnic get an F- for not scheduling anyone out side of the PCLL at all.
As a whole, I’ll give the conference a good solid F. The only team making an effort is Stonehill. Step it up PCLL.
Next time, we’ll take a look in 412 land, the CCLA.
Also on the agenda, we’ll be taking a behind the scenes look at the UNCG program every week to give you an idea of how a team goes from nothing to hopefully joining the MCLA.
- My Minnesota Vikings BEAT the Dallas Cowboys this weekend. If you cheered for the Cowboys, I don’t like you.
- #4 rules all.
- One week left of winter break. Really need to start working out again.
- Can’t wait for practice to resume, too
- Carroll to Seattle, McGwire did steroids. Give me some real sports news.
About the Author: The Lax picked up his first stick when he stepped on campus at MCLA D2 school UNC Charlotte. After taking a short break, he returned to the field for independent UNCG. The Lax enjoys flowers, pictures of unicorns, long walks on the beach, and above all else, beating people with his D-Pole.
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