Conference Lacrosse Games with Impact: Best of the Rest

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Everyone is always so concerned with the ACC, BIG, and Ivy League conferences, but what about the rest of the lacrosse landscape? We look at four games that have big conference ramifications from the NEC, SOCON, ASUN, and Patriot League. LIU vs Bryant 12:00pm NEC Front Row As both teams chase Saint Joseph’s for the […]

Big East Troubles: Ryan’s Rundown Week 3

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The Big East is off to a shaky start as March lacrosse starts to roll around. Many teams are starting to find their footing as every conference has competed in multiple games now. Only time will tell which teams will rise to the top, but we are starting to get a good gauge on what […]

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 […]

Division 1 Lacrosse “Best of the Rest”

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There’s a lot to be excited about this weekend’s Division 1 lacrosse slate. No.3 Georgetown visits No.4 Notre Dame which will dominate headlines. Gary Gait coaches his first ACC men’s game as No.9 Syracuse travels to Charlottesville to challenge the reigning champs. No.10 Penn hosts No.7 Duke in a top 10 matchup. No.11 Johns Hopkins […]

Big Ten Lacrosse Upsets: Ryan’s Rundown Week 2

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Now we’re officially going and the Big Ten is off to a phenomenal start! Every team has now played at least one game and every conference is in season. Not only that, but there were plenty of top 20 games to check out, which made this last week of lacrosse very interesting to say the […]

Division 1 Lacrosse Overreactions: February 10, 2022

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One of my favorite segments in sports media is ESPN’s “Overreaction Monday” led by Dan Graziano and the rest of the NFL Live staff. The NFL insiders make wild takes from events that happened during the previous weekend, and debate if they are overreacting or not.  I’ve decided to put my own spin on this […]

Weekly Rankings: NCAA DI Men’s Preseason Ballots

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Once again, our friends over at Inside Lacrosse have asked us to take part in their weekly Men’s Media Poll rankings, so you have another year of both Nick Zoroya & Ryan Conwell representing Lacrosse All Stars. Media Polls like this are fun because when it comes down to it, the more the merrier! With […]

Meg Decker Named Xavier Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach

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Meg Decker has been named the first head coach of the Xavier women’s lacrosse program, which will begin competition in the 2022-23 academic year as part of the Big East. In May, Xavier announced that women’s lacrosse would become its 19th varsity sport. Now about two months later, the Musketeers have their first head coach. […]

1970 Lacrosse National Champions Were the Last Before the NCAA

The 1970 lacrosse national champions were the last to split a major college lacrosse crown before the NCAA began sponsoring the sport.

The 1970 lacrosse national champions ended an era. When Johns Hopkins claimed its 35th national championship in program history in 1970, it became one of the final team to do so before lacrosse entered the NCAA umbrella. It also joined Navy and Virginia in sharing the title, the 17th and second crowns for those programs, […]

Grow The Game. Grow The Family.

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Dan Osborne shares a very personal story about his family, the lacrosse community, and how life can flip everything upside down when you least expect it. Dan’s story is also about overcoming adversity, and about people stepping up to do more than anyone would reasonably expect of them. Grow the family!