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In Latin Wednesday Means Lacrosse Drop

5 - Published November 17, 2010 by in College, Gear, Grow The Game, International

Updates from Chicago, North Carolina, Las Vegas and Hawaii are still pouring in. Interviews and gear reviews are kicking off again and we’ll see more and more of them. We’ve also been doling out uniform advice like crazy. In the midst of all the BIG news and fashion policing, there is always more lacrosse news. […]

Wilson’s Wheelhouse: NCAA Finals Edition

2 - Published May 28, 2010 by in College

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.

Wilson’s Wheelhouse: NCAA Tourney is POPPING Edition

2 - Published May 22, 2010 by in College

There are less games this weekend than last, but in the NCAA it’s going down right now. The D1 Quarterfinals are taking place and a trip to Memorial Day weekend is on the line. D2 and D3 both showcase their top talent in Semifinals action. It’s time for the big guns to shine!

Wilson’s Wheelhouse: Tourney Weekend

5 - Published May 15, 2010 by in College

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 […]

Wilson’s Wheelhouse: Big Weekend Recap

5 - Published April 27, 2010 by in College

New number 1s in D1 and D3,and they are the ACC and CAC Champs, respectively. One of those is definitely the wrong choice, but maybe they both are! Some teams are dancing while others are playing Magic in the custodial technician’s closet. Find out more inside…

Swanklax’s Take On DIII Lacrosse

7 - Published April 26, 2010 by in College, NCAA

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.