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NCAA Division 3 Previews

The division 3 NCAA lacrosse world is brimming with content. Connor Wilson has rounded up a bunch of previews, polls and even a little video to fill you in on the world of D3 lax. The NESCAC practices start in 6 days!

The NCAA Division 3 season is almost in full swing.  Almost all of the teams have started practice already, with the notable exception of the NESCAC, which doesn’t start until February 15th.  New teams like Thiel and Bethany have already scrimmaged other schools and have a little experience under their belts.  Salisbury is looking to get back on top and if their testing process is any indication, they’ll be competing again in 2011.

Can't wait for more D3 thumbing!

I unleashed my pre-season poll on the world and so has Laxpower.  Wonder if we are even close to being right.  Probably not.  It’s hard!

Castleton State Preview via NELaxBlog

Washington & Lee Preview via Laxpower

Wesleyan Preview via

Babson College Preview via NELaxBlog

Washington College Preview via Laxpower

Green Mountain Preview via NELaxBlog

Check out Jimmy Dailey’s blog on Stevenson’s website – GoMustangSports

Husson Preview via NELaxBlog

Franklin Pierce Preview via NELaxBlog

On Monday, February 14th, InsideLacrosse will start dropping their previews.

Since there isn’t any NESCAC stuff to really report, I’ll leave you with a video from Tufts win over Middlebury for their first ever NESCAC crown.  They would later go on to capture the National Championship, but you knew that already.

[fvplayer src=”–A-3xTdg?fs=1″ splash=”–A-3xTdg/hqdefault.jpg” caption=”Tufts Lacrosse vs. Middlebury (2010 Highlights) – (NESCAC Tournament Finals)”]
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