The USILA and Nike/IL Polls for NCAA D1 Men’s Lacrosse have been released. Quint Kessenich has dropped his Top 20. Let’s break down the Polls and rankings, and see if they are serious! Connor will add in his ranking of the Top 20 to provide an alternative view on the situation.
After nearly 36 hours of travel, I’ve arrived in Jamaica and met up with the Fields of Growth crew. Fields of Growth is a non-profit organization founded by Kevin Dugan, former director of operations for the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team. Its mission is to harness the passion of the lacrosse community into positive social impact through education, service and growing the game. I’m here in Jamaica all thanks to Chuck Richardson, former University of Georgia lacrosse player (’02) and current director of…
Tufts took an early 3-0 lead in the first quarter over Wesleyan, but the Cardinals fought back and ended up winning a tight game, 8-7, in regulation.
Under Armour’s Highlight Cleat has been popping up on lacrosse fields across the country this year, and some big time college programs (like Maryland and Loyola) have a number of players wearing these high top/low top hybrids.
Mike Stone, professional lacrosse player in the MLL and NALL, was at the Boston Marathon on Monday, and he was in an area located between the two bombs that went off. While Mike emerged from the scene physically unharmed, as did everyone he was with, the event has left him understandably shaken, but also with the desire to help the people of his hometown, Boston.
Forum Friday touches on a hot topic in the MCLA, how much worth should D1 vs. D2 games hold?
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On Monday I head over to the Czech Republic (Radotin to be specific!) for the 20th annual Ales Hrebesky Memorial box lacrosse tournament. I will be playing with the 2011 champs, Love You To Death, and I’m quite excited to get on board Scotty Komer’s squad.
Final week in the NLL! I’m going to break down the playoff race team-by-team. I’ll let you know who is in, and who is on the outside looking in.
This week’s match-up takes us back to the 2008 and some early attempts to expand the MLL.
The US Lacrosse High School Top 25 was released earlier this week, and while we don’t put too much stock in national high school rankings (it’s almost impossible to be truly accurate as there is still so little overlap), they are fun to see, and provide for great chatter.
Welcome back to Traditional Thursday! This week we’re coming at you from Columbus, Ohio. Billy Nguyen was fortunate enough to hang out and talk about traditional pockets with Steele Stanwick at the Midwest Lacrosse store last weekend.
I don’t know about you guys, but this gives me chills in a major way…
Ryan Harnisch wins the face off, reverses direction, and shoots the ball out to Hunter Edington, who gets the assist on the face break look against Santa Margarita Catholic.
Stephen O’Day stopped by the West Islip vs. Ridgewood game to capture some great action shots.
There is something about college sports that keep the door open for upsets – the rivalries, the trash talk, the emotion. We pick the teams, you vote on the upsets. It’s the MCLA Fan Upset of the Week!
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Hobart made the trip over to the Dome in Syracuse and knocked off the Orange, who are widely considered to be a Top 5 team. This is a huge win for Hobart, who now sits at 6-6 on the season. They won the game 13-12 despite losing in a number of statistical areas.
We’ve started the playoff push in the NJCAA ranks. Conference champions are being determined, Regional playoffs will go down, and six teams will be selected to play for the title of the best in JuCo!