Last year was a very exciting year in Division 3 men’s lacrosse, with Stevenson winning their first ever championship. Aurora College in Colorado made their first NCAA tournament, and won a game. RIT beat Cortland with a hidden ball trick, and Salisbury was finally dethroned as the most dominant team in the South, if only for a season. As fall ball and training continues to roll, here’s a look at some of the top teams from last year, as well as a couple potential dark horses for 2014.
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Tommy Gilligan delivers. Again.
1st half photos from RIT – Stevenson. We’ LIVE!
Sunday plays host to the NCAA D2 and D3 men’s lacrosse championships. We’ll be updating this post with photos from the games, and posting notable updates in the comments section.
This week’s Hot Pot tries to shed some light on how RIT Lacrosse got to be so tricky on the field. Maybe it was this crazy staircase on the Rochester Institute of Technology’s campus?
As you may know by now, we are dedicating our May Reader Polls to the College Lacrosse Champions. This week, we are voting on the NCAA D3 Champion. On Sunday after the D3 Championship, we will vote start up the vote for the D1 Champion that will be crowned on Monday. NCAA D3 Championship RIT vs. Stevenson This Sunday, May 26th at 4 PM EST, RIT and Stevenson will go toe-to-toe to decide who will be crowned the champion of…
Jordan MacIntosh plays for the Minnesota Swarm in the NLL, Rochester Rattlers in the MLL, and played his collegiate ball at NCAA D3 RIT. We talk traditional, his heroes, and how a player can transition from field to box and vice versa.
Connor Wilson caught up with Jordan MacIntosh after Canada’s 11-9 win over Team USA Lacrosse. The two former D3 players talked about the Canadian youth movement, the Mann Cup and the amazing US – Canada lacrosse rivalry.
The Rochester Institute Of Technology has a GREAT season in 2011, and now they have the highlight tape to prove it. Watch the Tigers go 19-1 against top notch D3 NCAA competition.
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!!!
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!
It’s Friday night, lacrosse is on TV, we’ve got Morgan State 2011 Highlights, team uniforms, cars that shouldn’t be named Lacrosse, RIT being the number 1 team in DIII and BRAND NEW LAX GEAR from Brine!
There was a whole lot of lacrosse action this weekend with HUGE games, new gear, and plenty of boxla. Connor has pulled together a bunch of quick hitters to get you going on this Monday morning.
Connor Wilson drops in with a ton of D3 Lax knowledge. Get your know on. Who is a contender, who is a pretender and who are those teams we should all be watching out for? Could be a breakout year for a couple squads, and the big dogs just keep rolling. NCAA lacrosse at its finest.
Connor Wilson shares his pre-season NCAA Division III lacrosse rankings from the Laxpower Forum Poll.
A documentary about the 2010 RIT Men’s Lacrosse Team, The Superdave Ultimate Energy Drink, plus news & notes as always.
Army took down Syracuse. Gettysburg lost. Princeton lost. Conn College lost. and even Michigan… won. Ok, maybe there weren’t upsets everywhere but there sure were a lot! Click through for more…
If you love lacrosse, I really hope you have access to cable television and a DVR this weekend. On Friday night we got to see ASU-Simon Fraser and then Michigan-Chapman on Fox College Sports. ASU dominated SFU from start to finish and won 19-9 behind the efforts of the 3 Westfall brothers (as well as the rest of the team, obviously). ASU used their size advantage in the midfield to create mismatches and generate quality looks. Michigan barely beat Chapman…
Swanklax is back with more DIII NCAA Lax knowledge. He breaks down the teams that are on the edge but still have a shot at the NCAA tourney and has a short but awesome interview with Paul Cantabene, the head coach at Stevenson University.
Syracuse and Cornell, Cortland and Geneseo, RIT and St. John Fisher as well as Utah and Utah State all faced off for some midweek games. See how they did and what that might mean the rest of the way.
Syracuse and Villanova results along with previews of Chapman-Oregon, RIT-Cortland and Duke-Harvard amongst others. The Thumbspiracy may even morph into the the TumbasThumbspiracy as it continues to destroy college lax. But we’re waiting for more evidence.