As we laid out in last week’s Reader Poll, we are dedicating our May Reader Polls to the College Lacrosse Champions. This week, we are voting on the MCLA D1. The tournament officially kicked off Monday in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina. Our own Krieg Shaw was there as a color commentator for the first two rounds and kept us up to date on all his encounters while he was in the Palmetto state. By the end of today, we will…
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This week’s photo comes to us from an Arizona State Sun Devils Alumni out of West Salem, OR, more specifically Mike via @AZSTSunDevils. If your photo gets chosen for our Photo of the Week, we’ll hook you up with your very own LaxAllStars.com Prize Pack courtesy of the The Lacrosse Shop. To submit your photo, simply click the link and send it in to us!
We’ve got all sorts of goodies in this week’s Sunday Lacrosse Drop – lacrosse greats, video games, and even a little “Christmas” fun.
Josh Rottman stops by with a great post on the pitfalls of trying to dye chrome. Connor has done it, and falied. Could Josh pull it off? Could Ryan Westfall? Or did they get ET skin as well? ET Skin is cool, right?
The MCLA Championships have come and gone. BYU and Davenport won the Division 1 and Division 2 Championships respectively. Victoria Harris of All American Shots was there and we have a few of her best lacrosse photos to show off!
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.
Everyone knows Michigan is going D1 next year, right? Good. Connor Wilson takes a look at what this means for the growth of lacrosse, the NCAA, the MCLA and even the NCLL. Exhaustive piece of opinion.
A lot of games have gone down in each and every division of college lacrosse this week. More in D3 than any other, but this post covers every game that mattered. If I missed one, let me know about it in the comments! I’m only one lacrosse-loving man!
Just a few random lacrosse photos to fill your day. Sit back, relax and scrolllllll.
Army took down Syracuse. Gettysburg lost. Princeton lost. Conn College lost. and even Michigan… won. Ok, maybe there weren’t upsets everywhere but there sure were a lot! Click through for more…
Michigan 3-peats, Syracuse falls, running on water, Team USA gloves giveaway. Plus news & notes as always.
If you love lacrosse, I really hope you have access to cable television and a DVR this weekend. On Friday night we got to see ASU-Simon Fraser and then Michigan-Chapman on Fox College Sports. ASU dominated SFU from start to finish and won 19-9 behind the efforts of the 3 Westfall brothers (as well as the rest of the team, obviously). ASU used their size advantage in the midfield to create mismatches and generate quality looks. Michigan barely beat Chapman…
The Lax and the LAS gang are back to head up our coverage of the MCLA National Tournament in Denver, Colorado. Denver: where it’s sunny 300 days a year! (except when it’s not).
Connor Wilson is back talking about big time games in the Ivy League, NESCAC, Empire 8 and Liberty. He also breaks down the Hop-Loyola game and the Nova-Gtown match. It’s the laxiest time of the year!
Checking in with an SLC D1 Tournament report, from sunny Southern Califronia. The weather was amazing, the games were hot, and the action happened fast!
This weekend’s post includes Duke-Virginia, Army-Navy, Tufts-Conn College and Arizona-ASU. Arkansas is playing two games in one day. Now that’s something.
Our good friend Nate Broshot over at LicenseToStill.com took some amazing photos from the Chapman-Simon Fraser and Oregon-Arizona State games.
The CBC rolls into Week 6 with picks for select contests from nearly every level of the college game.
UNC keeps it perfect, Virginia rolls over Hopkins, ASU and Oregon are legit in 2010, Salisbury took down Gettysburg and so much more.
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.