Thoughts on who is the lesser evil in tonight’s BCS championship plus a rundown of the big dogs in each level of sport.
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E-Lacrosse recently ran a video spot on Jacksonville University’s new Division 1 lacrosse program, and I’ve gotta tell ya, they might have a slight recruiting advantage over schools in the Northeast.
The Ivy League is looking for a sponsor for its lacrosse championship tournament. What company do you think will jump on board?
We’ve received a couple of different news items from the St. John’s men’s lacrosse team this week and both are pretty significant.
This just in from 412 Lax: Pounds of video coverage, a Fireside Chat with one of the best middies in MCLA land and no black and white photos.
Idaho high school goalie Michael Baker gives LAS the rundown on being the his State’s first ever Men’s Division 1 lacrosse commitment, how he was recruited from a small market, and of course…flow.
Max Seibald has had one helluva year. Think about it – the Tewaaraton award, NCAA finals, pro lacrosse… and that all happened in the last 6 months!
Rumor has it that Syracuse players will get their championship rings tomorrow. On Saturday, they’ll be honored at the Syracuse/Northwestern football game. Twitter has all the answers!
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.