Please welcome Trevor Tierney back to the Lax All Stars! This week, we posed a few burning questions to Trevor about high school athletics and getting recruited.
College Lacrosse news and commentary featuring NCAA Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, the MCLA and the NCLL. This is your one-stop shop for college lax news and information.
We’ve got a pretty comprehensive list of NCAA D1 Lacrosse programs that once existed but are now defunct. Definitely interesting to see which schools have dropped men’s lax. Correct us if we’re wrong on anything!
D3 Lynchburg Lacrosse recently hosted 2011 D1 Champion Virginia in a fall ball scrimmage. The results aren’t that important, but that fact that these two teams could even step on the field together means a LOT!
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.
There has been a LOT of talk about rule changes for college lacrosse lately. Shot Clocks, Quint Kessenich, fall scrimmage experimentation, the NCAA, sideline horns, face offs… this post has it all.
Today is a sad and miserable day for anyone who has ever been a part of the MCLA. CollegeLAX played an integral role in making the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association what it is to date, and news of the company’s departure is disheartening, to say the least.
We’ve looked at the top 25 Academic Schools, and the top 25 Football schools, to see if they offer NCAA/MCLA/NCLL lacrosse. Now we’re taking a look at a list of top 25 “Other” Schools and doing the same!
We looked at the Top 25 Football Schools, and whether or not they offer lacrosse. Now we take a look at 25 of top ACADEMIC schools out there, and see if they offer lacrosse. The results are quite interesting!
Lacrosse has seen a ton of growth over the past decade. But the sport has not seen the same boom at the big time college football schools. Connor WIlson examines who offers lax, who will in the future, and who should!
There has been more and more talk of the zone defense in lacrosse recently and Connor Wilson is here to put the rumors to bed. It’s all about attention to detail and BUBBLES!
It’s Blind Item time! This piece o’ news has to do with fresh new gear. Stuff we’ve never seen before on a college team, and not only one school is getting the treatment… but two are! Don’t worry, Be happy, it’s Blind Item time!
Stevenson is hosting the Meghan Puls Lacrosse Classic next month, and adding a fall ball event, especially when it’s connected to a charity, is a great move for almost any program. Growing The Game, doing good and playing lax.
The NLL held its annual entry draft last night. Check out who got who for the 2012 pro box lacrosse season. Lots of trades, some surprises and a whole lot of OPPORTUNITY! Who won? Who lost?
CW interviews Dylan Sheridan of the University of Denver Lacrosse Coaching Staff and gets some great insight into 2012 and what DU lax has in store for the rest of the country.
On October 16th, the US will face the Iroquois Nationals in an exhibition box lacrosse game at Turning Stone Resort Casino. The game is presented by the Oneida Nation and will be played at the casino’s Event Center. The US and the Iroquois played this exhibition game last year as well, and also met in the recent World Indoor games, where the Iroquois emerged victorious. The US has been making big strides as a team and many think they are…
Connor Wilson sits down with Michigan Lacrosse Head Coach John Paul to talk about wild uniforms, Michigan in 2012, and everything else you want to hear from the newest NCAA D1 team on the block!
It’s Blind Item time! For this piece o’ news, we’ve got transfer city. Kids leaving D1 schools for D3 schools, and other kids just leaving school. Transfers are nothing new, but these THREE could mean big things for 2012!
Syracuse is leaving the Big East for the ACC. The move doesn’t happen right away, so there is a TON to talk about. Let’s look a little deeper into this conference re-alignment!
The Denver Pioneers have kicked off practice for the 2012 season. Fall Ball time! We’ve got our take on the program and some great video from Denver about their first day! It’s lax season again.
We’ve had articles on Should College Athletes Get Paid, and how College Is the Current Advertising Mecca and some argued against us pretty strongly. Well read this, and then argue. This is a GREAT article about sports, business, education and life.