The vast majority of rivalries involved two sides, but every once in a while, you find a three-way rivalry that really works. It’s rare, but special, and I’m happy to say that I played a small part in a great one. The Little Three consists of Amherst College, Wesleyan University, and Williams College. While all three of these schools play in the NESCAC, the three-way rivalry is alive and well at each institution.
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The tide is finally turning, and more and more D1 teams are using some form of zone defense. This begs the question: Can your team beat a zone defense? It’s a question you’ll have to answer sooner or later.
Welcome back to the D3 Lacrosse Report! Whether we’re finding this info ourselves or someone is sending it in to us, the D3 Report is all D3 all the time. Let’s delve a little deeper into the biggest (some may also argue best) college lacrosse division in the country!
Doug Maynard passed away on November 1st of this year at the age of 65. He played lacrosse the whole way through his years on this mortal coil, and scored a goal this past August in Lake Placid, just 3 months before passing on. He had played at Placid since 1991, was active in the New Hampshire lacrosse community for decades, and was a true lover of lacrosse.
Tufts took an early 3-0 lead in the first quarter over Wesleyan, but the Cardinals fought back and ended up winning a tight game, 8-7, in regulation.
Welcome to another Lacrosse Video Explosion. It’s Friday, it’s pouring in NYC, and lacrosse season is in full swing. What more could you ask for? Here’s to hoping that the weather is better in your neck of the woods!
With 30 seconds left, Colby had possession, but Wesleyan forced a turnover, pushed the ball down field and, with only a second or two left, Graham Mcnab found Quentin DellaFera cutting to the crease, and DellaFera finishes with a low bounce shot to win it for the Cardinals.
Charlie Congleton is an assistant coach at Wesleyan University and former All-American. Chuck provides his THREE big lessons learned from the IMLCA Convention in Baltimore this past weekend.
Digging through old CDs, Connor came across a treasure trove of NESCAC lacrosse photos from 2005. Let’s take an 8 year journey back in time…
Gabe Kelley graduated from college in the US as an All-American and thought his collegiate lacrosse career was over. Until he went to Durham University in England, where lacrosse is BOOMING! A master’s degree and more lacrosse? Perfection.
UMass and Loyola are tied atop the Polls. Who is the REAL #1? Connor’s answer may surprise you! Plus UMass has new Warrior helmets, F&M suspensions and firings, Wesleyan wins, Lacrosse at the White House and MORE!
#3 Amherst traveled to Wesleyan on Wednesday and was upset by the Cardinals 6-3 in NESCAC lax action. Wesleyan used a 4 goal 2nd quarter and a tough defense to beat the Lord Jeffs for the 2012 Little Three Lacrosse Championship.
Wesleyan took down Middlebury 7-3 on Saturday in Middletown, CT in men’s college lacrosse action. We tell you how the game was won, plus superb NESCAC game photos!
Connor took in the Wesleyan – SUNY Maritime game last night and it was a zone defense extravaganza. Plus the fog rolled in HEAVY near the end, and it made for some neat weather/lacrosse video!
The Wesleyan Men’s Lacrosse team will be keeping us all informed this season with videos, write ups, photos and more. First up is Judgement Day. Something tells us the Cardinals weren’t happy with their 2011 season.
This week’s Old School features Connor Wilson playing for Wesleyan in 2000. It’s a personal OS this week! If you have an Old School photo to share with us, send it in to email@example.com!
This weeks Old School compares and contrasts a number of different lacrosse decades. Ah, how the lax times have changed! Stony Brook lacrosse brings us back to the future.
Connor Wilson gets the chance to pick the brain of Wesleyan University’s John Raba in our latest installment of the Fall 2011 Interview Series.