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Fireside Chat with Coast Guard Cadet 1/C Nick Frederickson

- Published January 13, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Fresh off the announcement from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Division of Athletics that it will elevate the Men’s Lacrosse Program to varsity NCAA D3 status (effective with the 2014-15 academic year), the Coast Guard Academy sat down over the Holidays with Cadet 1/c Nick Fredericksen (Nashua, NH/Nashua South) – one of three 2014 Team Captains.

Making the Grade SLC D1

Making the Grade: SLC DI

- Published January 11, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division. Today we review the SLC Division I.

Making the Grade SLC D2

Making the Grade: SLC DII

- Published January 10, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division. Today we review the SLC Division II.

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Bold Prediction in the MCLA: Vanderbilt

- Published January 9, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Lance Antoine is back to make some bold predictions for the 2014 MCLA lacrosse season, starting with Nashville’s Vanderbilt Commodores.

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#YoteFam – A Bright Future in Boise

- Published January 8, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Ryan Mulvaney, midfielder for the College of Idaho, will be blogging on the experiences of the Yotes lacrosse team this season. Ryan is a non-traditional student who grew up playing lacrosse in Chicago, Il. We look forward to hearing Ryan’s unique perspective on the development of the C of I program.

Making the Grade LSA DI

Making the Grade: LSA DI

- Published January 7, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division. Today we review the Lone Star Alliance Division 1, North and South.

Making the Grade LSA DII

Making the Grade: LSA DII

- Published January 6, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division.

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Making the Grade: Comparing, Ranking and Grading MCLA Schedules

- Published January 5, 2014 by in College, MCLA

Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division starting Monday Jan. 6th with LSA DII.

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SoCal Lacrosse Family Raises Money, Awareness at Aaron Loy Lacrosse Shootout

- Published January 3, 2014 by in MCLA

The Southern California lacrosse family came together last Saturday at La Costa Canyon High School in San Diego for the Aaron Loy Lacrosse Shootout. Loy, a freshman lacrosse player at UCSB and 2013 graduate of La Costa Canyon, fell ill with Neisseria (bacterial) meningitis in November, and had his feet amputated in order to save his life after complications. The tournament, which featured 10 games with over 300 players ranging from 5th Grade to Grandmasters (40 plus), was organized by the La Costa Canyon lacrosse community in support of Loy and his family.

USC lacrosse hires former Johns Hopkins star Chris Boland as head coach

- Published December 30, 2013 by in MCLA

It took more than six months, but the USC men’s lacrosse program finally has a new coach. The club’s executive board announced Dec. 20 that it has hired former Johns Hopkins attackman Chris Boland to lead the program.

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UCLA Adds Former Duke, Yale Players to Lacrosse Coaching Staff

- Published December 3, 2013 by in College, MCLA

UCLA Men’s Lacrosse is pleased to welcome two new assistant coaches to Westwood for the 2013-2014 academic year: George Buckley (Duke ’05) and Matt Gibson (Yale ’12). Buckley, a four-time letter winner at Duke, will coach the UCLA defense. Gibson, a two-time First Team All-American at Yale and the 2012 Rookie of the Year in Major League Lacrosse, will coach the Bruins’ offense.

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VOTE NOW: MCLA Helmet Design Contest

0 - Published November 28, 2013 by in Contests, MCLA

Gather round ladies and gentleman, it’s time for Part 2 of the MCLA Helmet Design Contest! With over 250 unique designs entered and many, many MCLA teams represented, it’s time to open up the contest for voting.

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UCSB Player has Feet Amputated

- Published November 27, 2013 by in College, MCLA

UCSB Gauchos lacrosse player Aaron Loy had his feet amputated as a result of suffering from a Meningitis outbreak on campus.

Grown in Minnesota: Nick Jonas’ road from MCLA to NLL

0 - Published November 26, 2013 by in Box, Interviews, MCLA, National Lacrosse League, Pro Lacrosse

Growing up in Minnesota, Nick Jonas attended Swarm games, eventually he would get drafted by organization and signed to a two year deal before he ever stepped on the floor. Follow Nick on his journey to the National Lacrosse League.

Life in Garnet: Gamecocks’ Fall Ball Recap

- Published November 25, 2013 by in College, MCLA

The University of South Carolina Men’s Lacrosse Team has seen an exponential amount of interest from prospective students over the past couple of seasons. Despite not actively recruiting, the team had nearly 100 kids compete to make the team the each of the last several fall seasons. Fall Ball is a great chance to get new players, whether freshmen or transfers, acclimated to the Carolina Lacrosse program and life at USC.