From the Vault: 1981 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Champions

1981 Men's Lacrosse

Each week we will be diving into the vault and bringing some history to the youngsters who just don’t know what they don’t know. This week, we will be looking at the 1981 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse champions. It’s important to note that the women’s game did not have NCAA championships of any kind until 1982. […]

PBLA Team Logo Reveal: Part 1

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The Professional Box Lacrosse Association (PBLA), an American based box lacrosse league aimed at recapturing the beauty that was lacrosse in the 1990’s, is releasing their team logos this week. PBLA Logo Drop : Part 1 Previously the league had released the team locations before entering a multi-week competition to determine the names of the […]

Coaches Corner: Bill Schmeisser

Bill Schmeisser

This week we introduce a new weekly series geared towards coaches. Each week we will spotlight one of the greats in our sport, a practice friendly drill, and motivational quote that can be used to get the team going. Coaches Spotlight Bill Schmeisser Coach Schmeisser, also known as “Father Bill”, was a player and coach […]

Maryland Wins 2022 D1 Men’s Lacrosse National Championship

Maryland Lacrosse

“Enjoy the moment, get after it, respect the game” wise and impactful words from official Matt Palumb before today’s game. One thing’s for sure, the Maryland players took those words to heart as they played a complete lacrosse game and enjoyed (almost) every moment of it in front of more than 22,000 fans. Maryland (17-0) […]

Sink or Swim in the Big Ten this Weekend

BIG TEN

The two conferences with the highest winning percentage thus far are set to square off this weekend, as the Big Ten and Ivy League have 3 matchups. While there is no doubt that both conferences are strong, there are still question marks about just how good the Big Ten is from top to bottom. What […]

Seven Division 1 Saturday Storylines

SEVEN

We are in the thick of it as games continue to gain more momentum as the season goes on. As we enter the fourth full week of the season, the lacrosse landscape is beginning to take shape. Teams that we thought would be great preseason (Loyola, Lehigh, Bryant) have fallen out of the polls while […]

12 Games in 12 Sentences: D1 Preview

12 Games

This week we take a quick look at 12 games to be on the lookout for this upcoming weekend. Think of this article as an appetizer to get you ready for a big weekend of lacrosse. It was difficult to narrow this list down to just 12 games, as there is so much good lacrosse […]

Ten games in Ten Sentences: D1 Preview

TEN GAMES

Week three is here and the season is already full of drama. Duke lost an early season game, not surprising, but the way the Dolphins are playing has them trending all the way into the top 15. Who will pull off the big upset this week? This and every week of the season, I’ll be […]

Maryland Takes on Loyola: D1 Weekend Preview

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The second weekend of the 2022 college lacrosse season is upon us. While we had a great Week 1 full of near upsets, this weekend is sure to answer some lingering questions. This and every week of the season, I’ll be looking at the top games of the upcoming weekend. What makes them the top […]

Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse Weekend Preview

WEEKEND PREVIEW

Opening weekend of the college lacrosse season is upon us. While we had a great appetizer last weekend between Mercer and Bellarmine, this weekend is the official start of spring lacrosse with 14 division one games slated. This and every week of the season, I’ll be looking at the top games of the upcoming weekend. […]

College Lacrosse Underdogs to Watch Out For

college lacrosse underdogs

Every college lacrosse season features a sneaky underdog team that overachieves what was expected of them that season. These underdogs are typically determined by where that team fell in the preseason rankings. There is no denying that the purpose of preseason rankings will vary depending on who you ask. Some people take them as the […]

Jim Calder : Tales of a Lacrosse Troubadour

JIM CALDER : TALES OF A LACROSSE TROUBADOUR

Jim Calder has lived a lacrosse life. His experiences as a player, fan, coach, and parent are the stuff of legends. I recently sat down with Jim to discuss his latest book, Tales of a Lacrosse Troubadour. TALES OF A LACROSSE TROUBADOUR About Jim Jim Calder, born in Canada but raised in New York, grew […]