Maryland and Johns Hopkins played in another instant classic as the Terps came back from a two-goal deficit in under two minutes to steal The Rivalry and complete an undefeated regular season. Johns Hopkins delivered Maryland its first game in a long time that required a fierce and intense fourth quarter, which could come in […]
Georgetown scored a giant victory, North Carolina put the hurt on Syracuse, Duke narrowly escaped Virginia, Navy eked by Loyola, Delaware outlasted Hofstra and more happened in Week 10. We’re getting late into the season, and with April winding down, it’s time to look forward a bit. So in addition to our regular section of […]
The first few weeks of games in NCAA lacrosse are among the most exciting of the season. We finally get to see what teams have done in the offseason. NCAA Men’s DI Conference Comparison: 2020, Week 1 Brief Refresher On The Series Coaching changes, new recruits, transfers, underclassmen taking on new roles and the fact […]
The first week of the season might seem like little more than ceremonial to some people. Not every lacrosse conference is playing. Most of the top 20 doesn’t want to play each other yet and THERE’S STILL SNOW ON THE GROUND! But me, I love it. This part of the season is what really sets […]
The NCAA regular season is now officially complete. Everyone has made their case to be included, or left out. Now in terms of conferences, the ACC was the big winner by sending four teams to the postseason. But here’s how everything else broke down by conference.
Once again in NCAA D1, the B1G, the CAA, and SoCon kept things internal the Big East and MAAC both had bad weeks while the Ivy is looking stronger and stronger. Then the NEC went 2-0 to inch closer to .500 on the heels of Robert Morris’ pair of wins.
America East used the weekend to go above .500 in out of conference play, while most of NCAA D1 teams stayed within their conference for the week.
I liked doing the NCAA D1 Conference Comparison so much I brought it back for another week. Here’s a hint, I’ll likely do it again in 7 days. Why? Because D1 lacrosse is life!
Marquette lacrosse repeated as BIG EAST Conference tournament champions with a 10-9 victory over Providence
2015 Division I National Champion Denver ran the table in the Big East last season, finishing at a perfect 5-0 in conference. This season they’ll look to repeat as champions.
The Big East men’s lacrosse conference should be rock solid this year, as the conference is home to a national title contender and a couple of other programs well positioned to make a jump in the NCAA D1 men’s lacrosse landscape.
By now you’ve heard the big news: Denver has is joining the Big East, and Hopkins is joining the Big Ten for lacrosse. It’s huge news for the landscape of D1 lacrosse, and will have a number of impacts outside of the obvious. Let’s look at Conference Re-Alignment a bit closer!