Seattle recently hosted Team USA and Notre Dame for the wildly popular Seatown Classic. In an effort to support the advancement of lacrosse, preceding the game coaches from Team USA and Notre Dame met with local youth and high school coaches to impart wisdom and answer top of mind questions.
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Mark Donahue of Lacrosse All Stars catches up with Notre Dame men’s lacrosse head coach, Kevin Corrigan, to talk about the Irish fall ball season and the team building travels of the ND Lax program. Notre Dame scrimmaged with #USAMLAX at the 2014 Seatown Classic in Seattle, Washington, and LAS Insiders get to see it […]
The fall season is wrapping up for most D1 teams and that means video highlights from fall ball are starting to pop up left and right on the old internet. We scour the video services and websites available, compile a list of top quality D1 fall ball videos and let you have at them! It’s […]
After getting to see them in action at the 2014 Seatown Classic, let’s dive into the new 2015 NCAA Faceoff Rules.
The 3rd Annual Seatown Classic drew over 3,600 lacrosse fans to Tukwila, Washington, for an unforgettable day. Don’t miss these Team USA vs. Notre Dame highlights and photos.
College Lacrosse VS Pro Lacrosse: This debate is all about which level of the game produces better actual lacrosse on the field, and in this case we’re all about wins and losses.
The Men’s National Lacrosse Team and the Notre Dame FIghting Irish traveled to Seattle, Washington to compete in the 2015 Seatown Classic. After a dynamic display in front of a packed house, USA came out victorious, 17-14.
I’ve been coaching at my alma mater, Bishop Kelly High School, for the past four seasons. I’ve learned plenty as a coach by I’m certainly no Bill Tierney. However, I was recently presented with a great opportunity to further my coaching knowledge. This past week I was fortunate enough to attend a Notre Dame Play […]
Strap up and get ready for a big weekend of lacrosse in Baltimore, folks. The 2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Final Four only happens once! Let’s make it a good one, shall we?
The Duke Blue Devils raced out to an early lead, then weathered a ferocious Notre Dame storm, to pull out the 11-9 win, and repeat as champs of the D1 men’s lacrosse world. It was an impressive team effort, and from the get go, Duke looked poised and ready to play.
It’s Memorial Day 2014, and that means it’s time for the NCAA D1 Lacrosse Championship Game! It’s the Duke Blue Devils vs. the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.
After each year of NCAA Lacrosse rolls to a stop, we go through and find all the D1 players we can, who use traditionally strung lacrosse sticks. It can be a regular six or eight diamond pocket, a pita pocket, or something crazier… as long as it uses leather and string, it’s eligible!
And now, we’re down to two: Notre Dame and Duke, the only schools to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals each of the last five seasons, have earned the right to play on Memorial Day. Chris Rosenthall provides his thoughts on the weekend, attendance, TV, hatred for Notre Dame, and so much more! It’s an insider’s […]
In game 2 of our Final Four action yesterday, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish found a comfortable win over the Maryland Terrapins to advance to the National Championship game on Monday, 1pm et.
Welcome to Championship Weekend! We’ll have photos from the games, photos from the day’s events and scene, and video wherever relevant. Also, be on the lookout for notes from Chris Rosenthall. He’s taking his professional talents to the college game this weekend!