Last Thursday, I threw it back to the 80′s, showing the highlights of the Aldephi lacrosse program, specifically when they took down Harvard. It looks like the passion for lacrosse didn’t stop there, we were informed by big Gordon himself that there is another Gordon Purdie on the scene. His son, Gordon, is a 2015 product, tearing up the sport out in New York.
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Gordon Purdie is the Head Coach at NCAA D2 Adelphi, and a YouTube user with the same name uploaded a great video featuring Adelphi Lacrosse from the 1980s. We can only assume it’s the same guy! Either way, the video is awesome, and well worth a watch or two.
Larry Palumbo took in the recent scrimmages between Scotland, Adelphi, and Stony Brook. It’s clear that the English aren’t the only ones testing themselves against top notch college competition, even if they are doing a GREAT job of promotion!
Joe Vitale was a two-time first team All-American in his last two years at Adelphi, and played in two games for the Charlotte Hounds last year. Right now, Vitale is on the New York Lizards’ practice squad, and he can straight up BRING THE HEAT when shooting. He hit 111 at camp this week.
Ryan Connors provides his Preseason NCAA D2 Top Ten. It’s a competitive group of teams vying for the championship in 2013…
Joe Vitale, an all-american midfielder from Adelphi (NCAA D2) on Long Island, is covering LI box lacrosse in his first post. The game is growing, and this modified version is definitely helping keep Long Island at the top of the lax ladder.
David Palacios is back with some thoughts on the entire Division 2 NCAA Lacrosse season. The games are over but the opinion, rumors and video highlights just keep coming. Congrats to Mercyhurst again for their first National Title!
WHAT A GAME! Mercyhurst wins their first ever National Championship in Men’s Lacrosse over Adelphi in what just might be the best game of the weekend! Mercyhurst Lacrosse is a National Champion! Ian Wild was HUGE!
David Palacios is back wit a TON of end of year NCAA Division 2 Lacrosse Opinion and Recaps. He goes off on an issue that plagued the Semis this year, reviews the lax games and Previews the Finals!
Were you a number one seed this weekend? Sorry. Not a single #1 seed will win a National Championship in Men’s College Lacrosse This year, except Onondage CC, who rolled through the NJCAA this year. Crazy times we live in! At least the world didn’t end.
David Palacios is back with a comprehensive preview of the Division 2 NCAA Lacrosse tournament. Connor talked about the need for more teams already, and now David is here to talk about which teams (that did make it) are going to win and who is going to take home the National Championship Trophy!
Connor Wilson has hit up Division 1, and now it’s time for the NCAA Division 2 Men’s Lacrosse Brackets to get a closer inspection. First thing he noticed? There are not enough bids and quality teams are being left home!
David Palacios is back with another West Side Fo Life! where he covers a LOT of the NCAA D2 Lax world. D2 gets no love from the media so we’re trying to rectify that situation… and David is doing one heck of a job. Dominican’s Penguin helmets are legendary. It’s science.
Connor Wilson is back with another Lacrosse Drop and we can GUARANTEE that at least 4 of these ELEVEN great lax quick hitters will satisfy your craving for lacrosse photos, video, links and news. Which 4 will it be for you? Let us know in the comments and we’ll try to do more of that!
LAS has more Lacrosse Drop than you can handle. Videos, photos, links and more. The Lacrosse Drop has you covered.
Updates from Chicago, North Carolina, Las Vegas and Hawaii are still pouring in. Interviews and gear reviews are kicking off again and we’ll see more and more of them. We’ve also been doling out uniform advice like crazy. In the midst of all the BIG news and fashion policing, there is always more lacrosse news. Let’s get after it.
UNC and Maryland, Salisbury and Gettysburg, Virginia and Hopkins or Oregon and Arizona State. This weekend’s action has something for everyone. Plus at the end, the thumbing conspiracy continues.