Team Israel Travelled to Boston for scrimmages against Harvard and Boston University. Israel Lacrosse also participated in a clinic with MetroLacrosse.
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The fall season is wrapping up for most D1 teams and that means video highlights from fall ball are starting to pop up left and right on the old internet. We scour the video services and websites available, compile a list of top quality D1 fall ball videos and let you have at them! It’s […]
It’s Loyola’s first year in the Patriot League, and they’ve already secured the #1 seed and right to host the semifinals and finals for the league this postseason. Their latest W came over first year program Boston University. The Hounds took a 15-6 win over the Terriers in front of their home crowd fans, as […]
Welcome to another College Lacrosse Video Explosion! We’ve got some SUPERB video from the D3 world (including a Wesleyan OT game winner), but that can be found over on the Cac to the Cac’s D3 Report! For all the rest of the college lacrosse video, stick around, we’ve got you covered!
Providence College made the short trip up Route 95 to visit Boston University last night, and the host Terriers dropped a 10-7 decision to the visiting Friars. Originally, the game had been scheduled to be played in Providence, but weather forced a change to Boston, and the game was played at Nickerson Field, where the […]
The College Lacrosse season is upon us, and while every team out there hasn’t played a game yet (NCAA D3 NESCAC teams don’t start practice for 5 more days), plenty of teams have seen game action, and others are putting up solid preseason video. That means one thing: It’s time for a Video Explosion!
We’re back again with the Alphabetical 2014 NCAA D1 Previews! Like last year, we’ll go through all of the D1 men’s teams for 2014 (there are 67 this year!) and we are now moving on to the Boston University Terriers, located in Boston, MA. It’s not Austin, Tom Green.
Now that Boston University has added D1 men’s lacrosse, a certain pattern seems to be solidifying. Is there a recipe for growth? Can we predict the next D1 team to make the jump? Connor Wilson explains it all.