Connor Wilson is back recapping another huge weekend of lacrosse. UNC-Duke, Stony Brook-UVA, Tufts-Cortland, CW Post-Dowling…we’ve got it all!
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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…
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.
Connor Wilson is back with the week’s results including Syracuse killing Princeton, UVA edging UNC and almost all of the teams in DIII land doing what they should. Biggest surprise of the weekend? Michigan lost to Colorado and then beat Colorado State 2 days later. That makes almost no sense.
UNC-Hopkins, Salisbury-Stevenson, UVA-Maryland and Oregon-ASU headline this weekend’s action. The weather is looking good along the East Coast and we’re going to be treated to one heck of a weekend of lax!
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.
UNC keeps it perfect, Virginia rolls over Hopkins, ASU and Oregon are legit in 2010, Salisbury took down Gettysburg and so much more.
It’s the midweek Wheelhouse as Connor Wilson breaks down some of the last week’s NCAA D1 games with thoughts, analysis and pure, unadulterated opinion.
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 recaps the past week’s action and speaks the truth on what teams are doing right, what they’re doing wrong and where they need to take things to make it happen in 2010.