We’ve got a pretty comprehensive list of NCAA D1 Lacrosse programs that once existed but are now defunct. Definitely interesting to see which schools have dropped men’s lax. Correct us if we’re wrong on anything!
Mike Crawford had a dream to start the lacrosse club at Hampton University. He never got the chance to see it through, but Hampton Lacrosse is now a reality.
As the only HBCU to play NCAA lacrosse, the Morgan State lacrosse story is a historic movement worth revisiting on the 35th anniversary of beating #1 Washington & Lee.
In the 70s and early 80s, Morgan State’s lacrosse team was an NCAA Division 1 force, but the school dropped the varsity program. However, over the last couple of years, Morgan State Lacrosse has seen a resurgence, with their club program improving, and the team seeing success in the NCLL.
There was a TON of great action this past weekend, so as usual, we’ve got video from all over the college lacrosse landscape, and just a little of the “other” type of video, to keep you on your toes! Enjoy a full post worth of top notch video content…
The Morgan State Lacrosse Club is our next big fundraiser! Morgan State is trying to raise $5,000 this year, which will directly go towards making this year their best season yet, and they need YOUR help to make it happen!
Lacrosse Day is this weekend at Hampton University in Virginia! It’s the first-ever official meeting of lacrosse teams from three historically black colleges, and it’s all in honor of Mike Crawford, a true Game Grower.
This could quickly become one of the best events in all of college sports. Let’s see more lacrosse at ALL these schools!
Connor Wilson takes a look at the possibility of a true team full of bad boys in the lacrosse world. Could it work? Would it help or hurt the sport? And have we seen these types of teams already?
It’s Friday night, lacrosse is on TV, we’ve got Morgan State 2011 Highlights, team uniforms, cars that shouldn’t be named Lacrosse, RIT being the number 1 team in DIII and BRAND NEW LAX GEAR from Brine!
This week’s Show LAS Your Old School not only displays vintage Boathouse lacrosse jackets, but it also fills you in on our Boathouse Custom Pursuit Jacket contest winner!
For the next installment of our Fireside Chat Series, Rob McQuade got the chance to interview Lloyd Carter of Blax Lax after meeting him at the US Lacrosse Convention. They talked a little about the past, present and future of African American Lacrosse in Baltimore and beyond.