The St. Michael’s Lacrosse Team (NCAA D2) was on a bus that crashed and tipped over in New York State today. We’re getting word that the players and staff are all ok, and are recovering at a local firehouse.
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Welcome to Crosse Clicks: College Edition, where we cram a ton of great college lacrosse stories into one stellar post. Let’s get right to the photos, video and stories from the week.
The 2013 Tewaaraton Watch List has been released, and since everyone else is putting up the same press release and calling it content, we thought we’d do something just a little bit different.
Welcome to Crosse Clicks: College Edition, which runs on Wednesdays. It’s where we hit up the ENTIRE college lacrosse world with a link and video fest to satisfy all.
The University of Vermont (D1) takes on cross-Burlington rivals, St. Michael’s College (D2) at UVM’s turf field. The result is NINE minutes of excellent highlights!
Ryan Connors lays out Ten Players To Watch in 2013 in NCAA Division 2 College Lacrosse. 10 players, from eight teams, all of whom can straight up play the game.
Be on the lookout for more spectacular college lacrosse video from Merrimack this year. Does anyone do it better than Max Collins and Merrimack College Lacrosse?
Ryan Connors provides his Preseason NCAA D2 Top Ten. It’s a competitive group of teams vying for the championship in 2013…
Connor Wilson breaks down the real rule changes and provides a link to the fully updated 2013-14 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rule Book.
The Lacrosse Drop is back on Sunday as a recurring feature: One post, tons of information, photos and video. It’s a can’t miss piece of top shelf content!
The University of the District of Columbia is adding varsity men’s and women’s lacrosse in 2014. This makes UDC the first men’s variety team at an HBCU since Morgan State in the early 1980s.
The 2013 Rule Changes seem to be crystalizing and coming into their final form. Connor Wilson compiles all of the updated rules into one post, in one place.
Unlike other pro sports leagues, Major League Lacrosse has a strong contingent of players who were NOT D1 athletes. Here are the TOP TEN MLL players from Non-Division One NCAA schools.