Memorial Day Weekend is upon us! While there are only five men’s lacrosse games this weekend, they are the biggest of the big, and all eyes will be on Philadelphia via ESPN, ESPN2, NCAA.com, and crowd in attendance.
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Lincoln Financial Field will host a lot of lacrosse this weekend, and two of the five games go down on Saturday, in the men’s lacrosse NCAA D1 semifinals. We’ve got Syracuse – Denver, and Duke – Cornell. Both should be excellent games. So let’s break down what we can expect from each match up.
Earlier this week, we published the Scholar All American list for the NCAA. We felt like it was an overlooked list, so we gave those deserving players their own post. We’re not downplaying REGULAR All Americans at all, so here are the lists, with notes.
Ryan Connors steps in to preview the highly anticipated NCAA D2 Championship game between Le Moyne (NY) and Mercyhurst (PA). 2013 sees Two top level teams vying for the men’s lacrosse hardware in Division Two!
The University of Idaho men’s lacrosse team recently released a new recruiting video that sheds a nice light on the MCLA program up north in Moscow, Idaho. Take a few minutes to watch it, assessing the highlights you see and listening to the comments from Colton Raichl, the club’s president. If you’re a high school junior or a parent starting to look at colleges in or around the Pacific Northwest, does this video draw your interest? [myo_poll poll = 53132 type = “box”…
Early this morning, the University of Denver Athletic Department released the video shown above featuring Denver Bronco Wes Welker speaking to the Pioneers as they prepare for the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Final Four this weekend in Philadelphia. Wes may not know much about lacrosse, but he certainly knows a thing or two about winning! Below are a couple of photos courtesy of Patrick Smith, Denver Broncos Exec. Dir. of Media Relations: Broncos WR @weswelker speaks to University of Denver lacrosse team in advance…
The USILA Scholar All Americans list for men’s lacrosse has been released, and I never understood why this list wasn’t a much bigger deal. Some big names a ton of smart lacrosse players on this great AA list!
As you may know by now, we are dedicating our May Reader Polls to the College Lacrosse Champions. This week, we are voting on the NCAA D3 Champion. On Sunday after the D3 Championship, we will vote start up the vote for the D1 Champion that will be crowned on Monday. NCAA D3 Championship RIT vs. Stevenson This Sunday, May 26th at 4 PM EST, RIT and Stevenson will go toe-to-toe to decide who will be crowned the champion of…
I was fortunate enough to be invited down to Greenville, SC to be a color commentator this past week for the first two rounds of the 2013 MCLA Championships. I arrived in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina on Sunday and immediately immersed myself amongst the other commentators, coaches, and everyone else affiliated with the MCLA. Several of the people I knew, several more I didn’t, and overall it was an incredible opportunity to be a part of. As an MCLA product…
Couldn’t make it to yesterday’s NCAA quarterfinal games? Here’s what you might have missed.
We’re big Josh Dionne fans. Why, you ask? He’s got it all, and he scores some crazy unlikely goals. Allow us to explain a little further with some video evidence.
Tommy Gilligan snapped a ton of great photos from the Cornell – Ohio State game, as well as the Syracuse – Yale thriller. These two shots in particular from the Cuse – Yale game stood out, even if Yale got the better of the action here, while the Orange came out victorious.
When a Final Four game goes to overtime, most teams would focus on generating a quality look using a set up play, or a comfortable offensive rotation. RIT, on the other hand, used the hidden ball trick to knock off Cortland, and make their way to the D3 title game. Photo Credit: Rich Barnes Pretty nifty! If you were surprised by this play, then you clearly don’t know RIT, D3 lacrosse, and you weren’t watching the game. Earlier in the…
Wooooo! What a day of lacrosse! We’ve got a ton of Lacrosse on TV, MCLA Championships being broadcast online (8pm ET), the D3 Final Four is going down, and the D2 Final Four is also on tap. The MLL is also getting into the action. There is almost too much lacrosse today, but thankfully, “too much lacrosse” is not a real thing!
Forum Friday heads to Greenville, South Carolina for the 2013 MCLA National Championships!
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!
As we laid out in last week’s Reader Poll, we are dedicating our May Reader Polls to the College Lacrosse Champions. This week, we are voting on the MCLA D1. The tournament officially kicked off Monday in beautiful Greenville, South Carolina. Our own Krieg Shaw was there as a color commentator for the first two rounds and kept us up to date on all his encounters while he was in the Palmetto state. By the end of today, we will…
When one looks at the eight remaining NCAA D1 men’s lacrosse teams, it is easy to notice that half the teams have won national championships before, and half have not. What didn’t jump out to me right away (but came to me late at night in a dream) is that no past winners are playing each other, and neither are any first time hopefuls.
This week’s photo comes to us from an Arizona State Sun Devils Alumni out of West Salem, OR, more specifically Mike via @AZSTSunDevils. If your photo gets chosen for our Photo of the Week, we’ll hook you up with your very own LaxAllStars.com Prize Pack courtesy of the The Lacrosse Shop. To submit your photo, simply click the link and send it in to us!