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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 […]
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 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.
Connor Wilson is back with yet another round up recent MCLA and NCAA action. He also shows off 2 new dye jobs and the Upstate Top String in this action packed version of the Wheelhouse.
UNC keeps it perfect, Virginia rolls over Hopkins, ASU and Oregon are legit in 2010, Salisbury took down Gettysburg and so much more.
UNC and Maryland, Salisbury and Gettysburg, Virginia and Hopkins or Oregon and Arizona State. This weekend’s action has something for everyone. Plus at the end, the thumbing conspiracy continues.
SwankLax breaks down of all the undefeated teams DIII teams in the Laxpower Top 50
Checking in with Seattle area men’s club lax, plus news & notes that you might have missed over the weekend.
Miss any of the action over the weekend? Don’t worry because Connor watched it for you and has formulated some deep analysis and commentary to make you feel like you were actually at the game. For real.
Connor Wilson shares his Laxpower poll and notes on each team in the top 20. Preseason polls are pointless and impossible but that hasn’t stopped Connor before. See what teams he is expecting big things from in 2010.