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This week’s Hot Pot Features a deeper look into all the transfer activity at Hofstra plus all the news links, commentary and fantastic video you’ve come to expect.
David Palacios is back with a big update on NCAA Division 2 Lacrosse, and how the 2011 has been playing out. He hits up the big boys in the ECC like CW Post and NY Tech, but also talks about Mercy and Chestnut Hill. Also, we have a HUGE photo gallery from Domincan’s win over […]
David Palacios is back talking D2 Lax. He covers CW Post – Mercyhurst, NDNU – Dominican, the Battle of the Bay and he even talks about Mercy College… because no one else is! They’re 5-1 in the ECC and it’s only their second year with a lacrosse team. WHAAAAAAAAAAT?
David Palacios is back with more West Coast NCAA Division 2 coverage. Check out his recent conversation with Stephen Dini, head coach of the Notre Dame de Namur (NDNU) Argos. West Side!
Welcome David Palacios to LAS! David will be talking about West Coast Lax with a focus on California lacrosse in general, High School Lacrosse and West Coast NCAA D2 Lax. We’re EXTREMELY excited to have DP on board so please, make him feel like he’s home!
This weekend’s post includes Duke-Virginia, Army-Navy, Tufts-Conn College and Arizona-ASU. Arkansas is playing two games in one day. Now that’s something.
Meet Conrad Clevlen. It’s not every day you run into a stud lacrosse player who devotes his off-the-field time to helping his fellow peers get the most out of their college experience.
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.
On March 17th, the NDNU Argonauts faced off against the 6th ranked Molloy Lions in an important NCAA DII game. In a tight, low scoring game with several lead changes, NDNU’s defense help off Molloy until the very end. With 5 minutes remaining, Molloy nailed in 2 late goals for the win (5 to 4).