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Did you miss this video of the recent Johns Hopkins alumni game? If you did, it would be a shame, if we didn’t have it here for you to take in! But we do, so don’t fret.
Seniors Rob Guida and James Malm, along with Junior Mike Pellegrino, have been named the 2014 captains for the Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse program. Hop missed out on the NCAA tournament last year, so the naming of captains definitely has a little extra spark to it this year.
Johns Hopkins defeated Virginia 9-8 (in overtime) in the 1980 Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse national championship game. The game was played at Cornell University in front of over 10,000 fans. Jeff Harris scored the OT game winner for Hop, and the goal was assisted by Jim Bidne. This was Hopkins’ third straight national title in men’s lacrosse.
By now you’ve heard the big news: Denver has is joining the Big East, and Hopkins is joining the Big Ten for lacrosse. It’s huge news for the landscape of D1 lacrosse, and will have a number of impacts outside of the obvious. Let’s look at Conference Re-Alignment a bit closer!
This past weekend offered up more excellent college lacrosse action than I’ve seen in a long time. From D1 to D2 to D3, and in the MCLA, we saw upsets and tough games. In this post we showcase some of the best D1 action from the last couple of days…
The Albany Great Danes got a HUGE win for the program earlier this year over Syracuse, and that win has kept them buoyed in, or near, the Top 20 for much of the year. With their 10-9 win at Johns Hopkins on Friday night, the Danes are sure to move up in the standings, and they could even reach as high as #14 or 15.
There was a ton of D1 men’s lacrosse action on March 15th, 2013. We dig deeper into a couple of the games featuring teams like Syracuse, Georgetown, Cornell and more.
We don’t like to criticize Quint Kessenich, as we generally like what he does on lacrosse broadcasts, but sometimes even the great ones get things wrong. The Hopkins Vs Syracuse game is a perfect example.
Zach Palmer led Johns Hopkins in points and assists last season, but he gained serious attention with a series of highlight-reel goals that landed him on Sportscenter’s Top Plays.
Please welcome Lance Antoine to LAS! Lance will be writing about all things lacrosse this year, and for his first post, he’s recapping the Michigan – Hopkins game, and telling us why we shouldn’t look past the Wolverines just yet.
In today’s match-up, we pit two of LXM Pro’s best against each other. A battle just as big as Kobe Bryant and Lebron James, the season veteran vs. the young gun. The only difference is these two are on the same team, work for the same lacrosse company and they are great friends.
It seems like many people, including the Source of the Sport, are looking at the new rules negatively. Are they looking at the 2013 college lacrosse rule changes through the right lenses?
Welcome to Crosse Clicks: College Edition! All the best lacrosse links, stories and video from the world of college lacrosse. 31 Days until the NCAA D1 season starts…
We’ve got all sorts of goodies in this week’s Sunday Lacrosse Drop – lacrosse greats, video games, and even a little “Christmas” fun.
Connor Wilson runs down spots 6-10 for his Preseason NCAA D1 Top 20 Rankings. This is where things get truly complicated and tough.
Hopkins announced their schedule for the upcoming season, and almost every game is on national TV. Too much Hopkins, or are we just grateful to see lacrosse on ESPN?
Johns Hopkins is sprucing up the legendary Homewood Field by adding the Cordish Lacrosse Center. Check out the details here!
Each week Ryan Powell interviews a superstar in the lacrosse world. This week it’s #99, Paul Rabil. Get to know PR99 and find out why he doesn’t eat cheese!
Previews of all four NCAA D1 men’s lacrosse quarterfinal games and rock solid predictions for each one! Who is going to the Final Four in Massachusetts in 2012?