The University of Vermont invited Bishop’s University down from Canada for a fall ball game that took place on UVM’s homecoming weekend. Bishop’s is located in Lennoxville, Quebec, and is a member of CUFLA (the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association). It is about 2 and a half hours from Lennoxville to Burlington, VT.
There is a brand new player in the Junior College lacrosse scene, and it’s all the way out West in the great state of California! Let’s welcome the California Junior College Lacrosse Association (CJCLA) to the game officially!
It should come as no surprise that Randy Staats (attack) and Warren Hill (goalie) took home the NJCAA Player of the Year hardware, or that both players came from Onondaga Community College, which is fresh off winning their fifth straight JuCo title.
Welcome to the final JuCo Report of 2013. We’ve got an interview with OCC’s Chuck Wilbur, 2013 NJCAA Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductees, and 2013 JuCo Lax All-Americans!
Onondaga Community College just won their fifth straight NJCAA title in men’s lacrosse by topping Nassau CC 15-11 on Sunday. And yet, somehow, NO ONE in the media (outside of us) is really covering it!
Onondaga Community College and Nassau Community College absolutely went at it yesterday out on Long Island for the NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse national championship. OCC ended up with the 15-11 win, and their fifth straight title, and we were roundly impressed with the talent on both teams.
Onondaga Community College has claimed their 5th straight national title in the NJCAA ranks with a 15-11 win over Nassau Community College. The game was played on Long Island, at Mitchell Field, near Nassau’s campus and Hofstra.
It’s officially tournament time for everyone and we couldn’t be more excited. For the next four weeks, we are dedicating our Reader Poll to all the college lacrosse tournaments. Here’s how things will break down… 5.6 (TODAY!) – NJCAA – 4 Teams 5.13 – MCLA D1 – 8-16 Teams 5.20 – NCAA D3 – 8 […]
The NJCAA Championships will be held on May 11th and 12th at Nassau CC in Garden City. The field is figured out and we’re entering the most important 12 days of JuCo lacrosse for the year. It’s time to decide who the best NJCAA team is in 2013!
We’ve started the playoff push in the NJCAA ranks. Conference champions are being determined, Regional playoffs will go down, and six teams will be selected to play for the title of the best in JuCo!
With the NJCAA Championships taking place on May 11th and 12th, we’ve reached the final month of JuCo Lacrosse for 2013. The five regions are starting to get sorted out, and an at-large is on the line for everyone else. Six teams enter, One team leaves… as champions!
Even though it’s only April 3rd, the JuCo playoff scene is really starting to develop in earnest. Six teams get invited to the NJCAA National Playoffs this year, and with 5 automatic qualifiers handed out to the five different regions of JuCo lacrosse, the one at-large is a hotly desired and contested spot.
Upsets, parity, and plenty of scoring: NJCAA lacrosse is the real deal! Have no fear… the JuCo Report is here. From Onondaga to Essex to ASA, we cover it all!