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It is Saturday once again. Revel in the lax links and be merry. Yea.
Thoughts on who is the lesser evil in tonight’s BCS championship plus a rundown of the big dogs in each level of sport.
News release: Oregon will take on Michigan in the 2010 Patriot Cup in Dallas with proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Project. Also at the event will be multiple top NCAA Division 3 programs.
Call me opinionated, tell me I’m wishfully thinking, whatev. These are the 10 things I see happening in 2010, which we here at LAS like to call The Big Win.
It’s Saturday so the Lax Links are here for your reading pleasure. God, I love this job.
Today’s Fireside Chat is a special one. How often do you get to interview your very own head coach? The guys running the show at LAS asked me to and it sounded like a great opportunity to really show you guys what our program is all about.
We did a post with Chapman’s new K18 Glove mock-up so when we got a picture of the real thing, you knew we had to post it. You can see the real deal after the jump!
It’s not everyday you get exclusive coverage from a player’s perspective, but that’s exactly what we got thanks to Connor Martin and his Chaptown team. THIS is California lacrosse.
With out-of-conference games against Chapman, Michigan, Simon Fraser and Sonoma, first-year head coach Matt Schneck is taking the MCLA head-on.
From their winning ways to their program structure and university support, they are the team every other MCLA program strives to become.
This is a story about 2 typical lax bros from the University of Utah who put their heads together to create an fundraiser and help save lives. This is a story about Mustaches vs. Cancer. It’s all about the Fu Manchu!
Will Moss gives us a look at the PNCLL Annual Meeting and Montana’s perspective on the new format of the division. What does it mean for the MCLA? Plus bhsvideodad delivers another quality highlight video from 2009.
Two years after leading the Oregon Ducks to the MCLA National Championship game, Joe Kerwin has taken the helm once again. This time, he’s in Eugene to stay, he wants to bring the Ducks program back to the top, and he wants to help the MCLA grow.
The MCLA has made some big strides over the past 10 years, and that gap that separates the NCAA and MCLA is steadily diminishing. One example: The Houghton twins just transferred to BYU from the University of Denver, passing up the opportunity to be coached by Bill Tierney.