Boston College Eagles football team to represent Welles Crowther, former lacrosse player whom lost his life on 9/11/01. Red bandanas will be distributed to the entire student section as well.
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Welles Crowther was a former Division 1 lacrosse player working in the World Trade Center on September 11th. This ESPN piece from Outside The Lines tells the heroic story of his life, and it’s simply something you have to see and hear to believe.
Who will be the next D1 men’s lacrosse team? It’s a question the entire lacrosse community has asked time and time again. When a new team is added, it tends to fuel the conversation. Brian Conlon, of LaxKingsTV, is back on LAS with his argument on why one of FOUR teams will be the next […]
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!
The Hot Pot is back with an update on the MLL standings, great news and links and the Lacrosse Video Of The Week is from the U19 Iroquois Nationals in Finland!
We’ve got a pretty comprehensive list of NCAA D1 Lacrosse programs that once existed but are now defunct. Definitely interesting to see which schools have dropped men’s lax. Correct us if we’re wrong on anything!
The MCLA Tournament is being broadcast online. You can watch! The Division III NCAA Quarterfinals are being broadcast online. You can watch! Thailand Lacrosse Gear! Just another Wednesday here at LAS.
There was a whole lot of lacrosse action this weekend with HUGE games, new gear, and plenty of boxla. Connor has pulled together a bunch of quick hitters to get you going on this Monday morning.
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.
Stare into our LAS /412 Crystal Ball and what do you see? Rivalry games galore and rankings that say Peter Tumbas is “the most interesting man in the world”…Uh oh.