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USA Vs. Canada: College Edition

0 - Published October 7, 2013 by in NJCAA

The University of Vermont invited Bishop’s University down from Canada for a fall ball game that took place on UVM’s homecoming weekend. Bishop’s is located in Lennoxville, Quebec, and is a member of CUFLA (the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association). It is about 2 and a half hours from Lennoxville to Burlington, VT.

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Loyola – Georgetown Scrimmage Photos

0 - Published October 7, 2013 by in College, NCAA

Craig Chase took in the recent Loyola – Georgetown scrimmage, and came away with a ton of great photos of both the Hounds and Hoyas. Loyola took on Gtown at noon this past Saturday at the Play For Parkinson’s Event in Alexandria, VA. Right after this scrimmage, the Hounds took on Team USA Blue.

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Hot Pot: Government Shutdown Impacts College Lacrosse

0 - Published October 2, 2013 by in Hot Pot, NCAA

The Government Shutdown: Almost a million employees have been put on furlough or will be paid at a later date, federal parks have shut down, and passport delays are imminent. On a less national scale, the US Service Academies are suspending athletics on campus, and this obviously impacts lacrosse in a major way.

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Syracuse Vs. Iroquois Lacrosse Highlights

0 - Published September 30, 2013 by in Denver 2014, International, NCAA

Syracuse took on the Iroquois Nationals this weekend in Cortland, NY, and won the unofficial game 14-11. Hakeem Lecky had five goals, and both teams showed moments of true excellence. It was a great showcase of high scoring, fun lacrosse, and the fans in attendance were treated to a great game.

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Hot Pot: Don’t Throw It All Away…

0 - Published September 25, 2013 by in Hot Pot, Motivation

Success in life is all about finding an opportunity, and then pushing that chance to the limit with honest dedication and passion. Shortcuts and divergent paths are always present, and staying on the straight and narrow is a constant battle in our society. Keeping your sights set on the bigger picture is easier said than […]

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Fall Ball: The Good, The Bad, The Suspensions

0 - Published September 23, 2013 by in College, NCAA

Welcome to Fall Ball! It doesn’t matter if you say it’s all about the grind, or all about effort… you’re wrong either way. Fall Ball is about two things: 1) building for the Spring, and 2) hopefully, staying out of trouble. Some programs have been doing a great job with #1 and #2, while others […]

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Reader Poll: Back to School

0 - Published August 13, 2013 by in General, Lifestyle

While summer isn’t technically over for another month (September 21st to be exact), school is starting up and that basically seals the deal for many of the younger laxers out there. With that in mind, we are dedicating this week’s Reader Poll to ramping up some enthusiasm for the coming school year and fall season.