Both CollegeCrosse.com and The Growth Blog have made mention of the University of Texas possibly going D1 in men’s lacrosse at some ambiguous point in the future. Why is this story coming up now? Because the UT blog, Orangebloods.com, said that it’s possible, that’s why!
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Lax.com took in the Play for Parkinson’s event down in Alexandria, VA, and gives us a public unveiling of the new Richmond Spiders program in video form. It’s always fun to see a first year team compete with some of the better D1 programs out there.
Last week, I published an article by Brian Conlon of LaxKingsTV, where he listed out four NCAA D1 teams that he thought would add D1 men’s lacrosse in the next six years. This is an ambitious project for anyone to take on, and there are a number of different approaches one could take. The Growth Blog took issue with Brian’s approach, and even called our journalistic integrity into question, which quite truthfully, I appreciate.
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 to go D1!
Josh Acut has a Texas-sized Lacrosse Drop for us! Updates on High School, Club and College Lacrosse. Oh yeah, The UNIVERSITY of HOUSTON also has plans to GO NCAA D1…
The University of Richmond adding NCAA Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse is a big move for the sport, but the big moves for Richmond are already underway. Their 2013 recruiting class is almost D1 quality!
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.