Five different Spiders scored goals as the inaugural men’s lacrosse season came to an end in the NCAA Tournament with a 13-5 loss at Air Force Wednesday night. Richmond finishes at 6-11 with an NCAA Tournament appearance to show for their efforts. Air Force improves to 11-5 and advances to face top-seeded Duke Sunday. Despite the overall record, Richmond ended the season with five wins in its last nine games and six wins in the last 12.
Lyle Thompson is about to add to the new single-season points record in college lacrosse this weekend, and his brother Miles is only a few points behind him. Of course cousin Ty is a shooter on his own, and the Thompson Trio take on Loyola in round one of the NCAA playoffs this weekend. Read on to see what MLL Rookie of the Year Matt Gibson had to say about Lyle’s huge point total!
Behind a heroic 14-save performance from sophomore goalie Gunnar Waldt, the No. 19/16 Bryant University men’s lacrosse team made history Wednesday afternoon, earning its first-ever NCAA tournament victory with a 9-8 topping of Siena College at Bulldog Stadium.
The United States Coast Guard Academy, located in New London, CT, will be transitioning from MCLA D2 to NCAA D3 in 2015. The USCGA lacrosse program has a long history of success, but this current group is taking things to the next level, both on the field and off of it. The USCGA is the smallest US service academy, and we’re thrilled to have them playing D3 lacrosse next year!
The NCAA Tournament teams were just announced, and the entire lacrosse community is excited for tournament time no matter what their division of choice. The first games of the NCAA D3 Men’s Lacrosse tournament don’t take place until May 7th, so that gives us a little bit of time to examine the field!
We will open things up with a buddy pass that turned into a vicious hit. But was it LEGAL? We’re interested to hear what you guys think. Then we move on to college lacrosse game highlights, and we have a ton of them! All the best footage, from all the big games, all in one place. Just what you need for a Tuesday in May!
In the spirit of “Is this D1 lacrosse poll serious?”, I’ll be taking a look at the NCAA D1 Lacrosse Tournament teams and asking whether or not they were ranked correctly. Was Duke really deserving of the #1 seed? Should a non-AQ Ivy team really have made it in to the tourney over Hofstra? Let’s take a look and see if this selection group is serious!
The Loyola vs Johns Hopkins rivalry game can no longer be called the “Charles Street Massacre” by anyone in good conscience… it’s simply the “Battle of Charles Street” now, and this battle for Baltimore dominance is only getting better! We’ve got photos, GIFs, and video from this great college lacrosse rivalry game!
Albany goes down 4-0 to Stony Brook, and then the Thompsons start scoring and things change quickly. We go from upset alert to straight up battle, with #1 seed Albany eventually winning out. You want behind the back goals? You want awesome dodges and passing? You want a game that goes to OT where the Danes win 17-16 and need a last second goal just to make it to OT?
It’s conference championship time! This is a huge week for lacrosse, as the tournament is right around the corner. While some teams have already qualified, other teams will go head to head this week in order to try and get a bid into the NCAA tournament. Here’s a look at the conference tournaments, a look at the rankings, and some other story lines.
This week’s Video Explosion takes things to the next level. Not only is there a ton of NCAA D1 men’s lacrosse video, but there is also analysis, and things to watch for in thee coming days and weeks. It’s playoff time and the NCAA tournament hasn’t even started. It’s the busiest time of the year for college field lacrosse, and we’re all loving it!
Being thrown out of coach Bill Tierney’s office wasn’t the way Garret Holst wanted to begin his lacrosse career at the University of Denver.
The book of Brown Lacrosse in the year 2014 is standard in that it had peaks and valleys, ranked wins, and humbling blow out losses. 14 games, that’s all the chances you are guaranteed in this sport, only heightening the importance of each and every one.
The Loyola Greyhounds are the outright 2014 Patriot League champions! First year members of the league, the Greyhounds wasted no time winning the conference tourney, moving them on to the NCAA Tournament for the 3rd time in 3 years.
Conference newcomers Notre Dame (7-5) and Syracuse (10-3) survived semifinal matchups decided in the final seconds Friday night at PPL Park in Chester and will play for the ACC title at 1 p.m. Sunday.