Tufts took an early 3-0 lead in the first quarter over Wesleyan, but the Cardinals fought back and ended up winning a tight game, 8-7, in regulation.
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With 30 seconds left, Colby had possession, but Wesleyan forced a turnover, pushed the ball down field and, with only a second or two left, Graham Mcnab found Quentin DellaFera cutting to the crease, and DellaFera finishes with a low bounce shot to win it for the Cardinals.
The NESCAC is the toughest top to bottom conference in all of college lacrosse and we have a photo explosion for the ‘CAC! Tufts, Bowdoin, Trinity, Wesleyan, Colby, Amherst and more! Plus photos of some out of conference foes!
There are a couple of great college lacrosse games to watch this Wednesday AND Tuesday! Connor Wilson previews the best of the best lax to come from NCAA D1, D2, D3 and the MCLA.
Peter Carey played at Bates College a decade before I played in the NESCAC. He has some great Old School lacrosse photos to show off. These lax photos are vintage NESCAC!
Wesleyan took down Middlebury 7-3 on Saturday in Middletown, CT in men’s college lacrosse action. We tell you how the game was won, plus superb NESCAC game photos!
This week’s Hot Pot features the weirdest lacrosse goal, possibly of all-time. Corresponding explanation after the jump! We’ve also got news and links and a BIG illegal hit as our video of the week. If we don’t play with restraint, our game could get the NFL “no hitting” treatment. Is that a bad thing?
Connor Wilson is kicking off Friday with a collection of photos from Baltimore to Thailand to Australia to Vermont. He has also selected some top notch highlights and a CLASSIC parent reaction to a goal!
The Wesleyan Men’s Lacrosse team will be keeping us all informed this season with videos, write ups, photos and more. First up is Judgement Day. Something tells us the Cardinals weren’t happy with their 2011 season.
College Box Lacrosse is a solid idea, but it needed a spark to really take off. And thanks to a comment by SwankLax, we may have found that spark. It was right under our noses: The NESCAC!
Connor Wilson gets the chance to pick the brain of Wesleyan University’s John Raba in our latest installment of the Fall 2011 Interview Series.
It’s Blind Item time! For this piece o’ news, we’ve got transfer city. Kids leaving D1 schools for D3 schools, and other kids just leaving school. Transfers are nothing new, but these THREE could mean big things for 2012!
With Fall Ball about to begin at colleges all across the US, we recently posed a simple question to a few veteran LAS writers – What was your college lacrosse experience like in the Fall?
Swank Lax is back on LAS with a great THREE PART Preview of the NCAA Division 3 Men’s Lacrosse Championship Game. First up is a player by player breakdown of the Tufts Jumbos. Then Salisbury. Then a game Preview!
Connor Wilson quickly recaps the recent DIII Men’s Lacrosse action and then sets up this week’s Wednesday Elite 8 Play-in games! Amherst at RIT, Cortland at Tufts, Dickinson at Salisbury and Roanoke at Stevenson! Great slate of high quality lax!!!
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!
Both number one lacrosse teams in D1 and D3, Syracuse and Tufts, lost yesterday. Was Tuesday just a bad luck day? And what do these losses really mean? Connor Wilson asks the tough questions and then gives you his answers. What do you think?
Sure, these photos are a week late but NESCAC Lacrosse photos aren’t that common, so we want our readers to see them. A little extra content on the weekend? Sure, you betcha! Wes-Midd Lax action coming at you.
Trinity College in Hartford, CT has long been a struggling team in the NESCAC. This year, they seem to have the right pieces in place and have only been doing one thing: winning. 3-0 to start the season is good, but where will they end up? And how did they get here?
Connor Wilson was up at Wesleyan on Saturday to watch his Cardinals take on the Middlebury Panthers. Wesleyan escaped with a 1 goal OT win that catapulted them into the Top 15, as they were unranked the week before. 2011 is getting interesting!