Only four NJCAA teams are still alive, two will fall on Saturday, and on Sunday we will see a 2018 champion earn their title. The NJCAA Final Four teams still standing are Onondaga, Nassau, Howard, and Genesee.
The regular season has been pounding away and it’s coming to a close quickly in the world of NJCAA men’s lacrosse. Teams are scrapping for wins and fighting for NJCAA playoff spots as the race to the finish heats up.
A good number of games were played during the opening weekend of NJCAA men’s lacrosse, and many of these contests were BIG games to open the season, and we saw plenty of surprising results.
The 2018 NJCAA lacrosse season is only a couple months away, and I’m LOVING how this year is shaping up already. 2018 preview, OCC preview and OCC gear!
Welcome to the Final JuCo Report of the year – the 2017 NJCAA champs have been crowned and we have SO MUCH MORE to talk about!
NJCAA will come out with their own All-American teams, my list of Junior College AAs, which I’m dubbing the “NJCAA Lacrosse All Stars”, can be seen here!
We’ve been churning out JuCo Report coverage even though we haven’t had a ton of results to talk about, but all that changes now!
Welcome back to the JuCo Report, where we talk about NJCAA lacrosse, its preseason poll, and how the 2017 season is shaping up!
Today’s JuCo Report focuses on some interesting NJCAA early season trends for 2016. Who’s UP, who’s DOWN, and who’s shocking the world right now?