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Our first ever Wolf of the MCLA hails from Lourdes University in Ohio. Find out what makes attackman Jared Yoshino a predator on the lacrosse field!
How important is fall ball, really? Could a program go without it completely and still see success? Do the best teams at the end of the year do similar things during the fall? Is there a "right way" to do fall ball lacrosse? What are some common pitfalls of an overly structured or relaxed fall ball season?
However a team is dressing, people will talk about it. Who won the fall ball fashion battle this year? There were many contenders, but only one winner... so who took home the best looking awards cake?
At 6a.m.on a clear, hot summer-like day, the Muhlenberg College men’s lacrosse team was on the bus headed to New York City to run the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers 5K.
18-time CUFLA champion Brock Badgers had what might have been their toughest test of this season last weekend. Facing their northern rival Laurentian twice on the St. Catherines campus, Brock needed a late rally to win 11-8 on Saturday.
If there is any team in the MCLA that truly gets treated like a NCAA Division 1 men's lacrosse program, or maybe even better, it's the Liberty Flames.
Yesterday I wrote a post about College Lacrosse and Rape. I noted how the two things are not one and the same, but I also stated that we, as a community, can and should do something about this issue. When you consider how the mainstream media loves to connect lacrosse to rape, the latter belief becomes even more evident. But of course, not everyone sees it that way.
Some people say you can't label ALL lacrosse players as rapists, while others say that some lacrosse players are rapists. And no one takes any steps towards understanding or a positive alliance, even though both claims are quite true.