March Madness is insanely popular. Could college lacrosse’s NCAA tournament ever be this popular? The two are more similar than you may think! So what do we need to push it over the edge?!?!?
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David Palacios is back with a comprehensive preview of the Division 2 NCAA Lacrosse tournament. Connor talked about the need for more teams already, and now David is here to talk about which teams (that did make it) are going to win and who is going to take home the National Championship Trophy!
It’s Tourney time! May Madness is here… and Connor Wilson is excited! The Division III NCAA Tournament features 26 of the best D3 lax teams in the country and it makes for a long, tough road to the Championship. It’s the best time of the year!
Connor Wilson breaks down the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Field and provides a quick preview for each first round matchup. The big boys and some surprises made the dance. Now see how they will perform now that it counts!
By the 2013 college lacrosse season, Stevenson will have left the CAC, and entered the MAC. This is HUGE DIII news and not just for the teams in the MAC, CAC and down South. This will effect Northern teams as well… but most likely, in a positive way!
The College Lacrosse Tournament Selection process is tough in the NCAA and the MCLA. Changes can be made, solutions are out there! Does Connor Wilson have them? You tell us!
Duke-UVA, Cornell-Notre Dame, LeMoyne-CW Post and Tufts-Salisbury are the only games this weekend (along with the NC game!) but they’re just so good! Connor Wilson lets you know what to expect and previews all the upcoming NCAA action.
Great photo from SI.com, reader survey and plenty of great links today. Check it.
A former Syracuse laxer just won an Emmy for his work on an HBO Sports documentary called “Assault In The Ring”. Plus news & notes as always.
This past weekend at Gillette Stadium I was able to witness one of the greatest games I’ve ever seen in sports. (Followed by the Magic’s huge win last night at the ORENA, of course.)
We are getting closer and closer to the National Playoffs at every level collegiately and the intensity just keeps ratcheting up and up. This weekend all of the games I preview and predict will have playoff implications and as usual, I expect to see some upsets. Will they be the upsets I predict? probably not but at least the action on the field is exciting enough to make up for it!