The Tewaaraton Award selection committee will narrow the men’s and women’s fields for college lacrosse’s highest individual honor Friday night, with announcements coming during the ACC men’s tournament on ESPNU.
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The first Tewaaraton Watch List has been announced for 2014 by the Tewaaraton Foundation. The event was held at the Union Club in New York City last night, and members from across the lacrosse community attended the event. Long early-season lists were released, but these lists are far from final, as additional players will be […]
Established 24 years ago, the Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Tournament has developed a rich history and become one of the premiere lacrosse events in the country. This year’s tournament runs from August 5th until the 11th, and feature boy’s and girl’s scholastic divisions, men’s and women’s open divisions, men’s Masters, Grand Masters, and Super Grand […]
At this point, you probably know that Rob Pannell won the Tewaaraton Award for the 2013 season on the men’s side, and that Katie Schwarzmann has won back to back awards on the women’s side.
This week’s Reader Poll checks out the 2013 Tewaaraton trophy!
Forums Friday is all about the Tewaaraton!
The 2013 Tewaaraton Watch List has been released, and since everyone else is putting up the same press release and calling it content, we thought we’d do something just a little bit different.
Markus McCaine joins us with an attempt to shed some light on who will take home the 2013 Tewaaraton Trophy.
Peter Baum of Colgate wins the Tewaaraton and it is WELL deserved! So how can the Tewaaraton make some slight changes to make sure the best college lacrosse player continues to win this Award?
Connor Wilson’s 2012 NCAA College Lacrosse Championships recap has it all: Loyola in D1, Dowling in D2, Salisbury in D3, attendance issues, Tewaaraton talk and more!
The Tewaaraton Award goes to the player of the year, and that includes the postseason. So why are the finalists announced before the postseason begins? Isn’t the committee asking for trouble? Do we want to rely on luck to get it right?
We want to know who YOU think is going to win the 2012 Men’s Tewaaraton Award!
Is Ned Crotty the best lacrosse player on the planet right now? The question is simple, but this Delbarton and Duke grad, and current Rochester Rattler, not to mention Team USA hero, makes the answer more complicated.
Jumbo Jack represented LAS at the 11th Annual Tewaaraton Award Ceremony. Check out his recap and some great photos by Brian Kapur!