D1 Men’s Pick-It with Powell Lacrosse

ncaa d1 men's lacrosse pick-it challemge

Join Powell Lacrosse & LaxAllStars in the D1 Men’s Lacrosse Pick-It Challenge! Compete against the Powell Pathfinders, your friends and lacrosse fans worldwide for your chance to win awesome prizes. Lock in your picks now and prove to the lacrosse world you know your stuff! Make your picks now to join the fun! Already entered, […]

MCLA Championships Bracket Challenge

mcla championships bracket challenge

Attention, attention! Lacrosse All Stars has launched a Bracket Challenge for the MCLA Championships! Feast your eyes on the Division I and Division II brackets, do your homework at MCLA.us, and make your best picks now. Win the First Round of the MCLA Championships Pick-It Challenge to receive a free LAS Hat of your choice! Round Two […]

MCLA D2 National Championships Bracket

MCLA D2 National Championships Bracket

After finishing with a 12-1 record and winning the rugged Upper Midwest Lacrosse Conference (UMLC) title, St. Thomas has been tabbed as the No. 1 seed in the 2018 MCLA D2 National Championships powered by Under Armour. The Tommies are one of six teams from the UMLC to earn an invitation to nationals. No. 2 […]

MCLA DI Coaches Poll: Panthers Still On Top

mcla di coaches poll - week 10

It’s the last weekly Under Armour MCLA DI Coaches Poll before Selection Sunday and the Chapman Panthers still hold on to the top spot. The Panthers (11-0) lost four first place votes from last week, but Chapman was still able to stay 11 points clear of second-place Utah. The Utes picked up three first place votes […]

MCLA DII Coaches Poll: Tommies Time

MCLA DII Coaches Poll - Week 10

There is no more drama in the weekly Under Armour MCLA DII Coaches Poll. St. Thomas (12-1) is going to be the No. 1 seed at the 2018 MCLA National Championships powered by Under Armour. If you want to hold out hope for an upset, that’s cool. The Tommies swept all 20 first place votes […]

Top Ten Status Quo: MCLA DI Rankings

Top Ten Status quo - MCLA DI

The Top Ten spots remain the same from a week ago, led by Chapman in the No. 1 position, in the Under Armour MCLA Division I Weekly Coaches Poll. Chapman (10-0), which added another first place vote this period to up its total to 21, remained as the top outfit for the third straight week. […]

Tommies Regain Control of MCLA DII

Tommies Back on top of mcla dii

After a six-week hiatus from the top spot, the St. Thomas Tommies have moved back into the No. 1 position in the Under Armour MCLA Division II Weekly Coaches Poll, which was released on Wednesday.

NCAA Week 9 – Is this poll SERIOUS?!?!

NCAA Week 9 - Is this poll SERIOUS?!?! April 9 LaxCots Jim Fenzel

Things are really getting crazy. Puzzling losses are all over, some teams have finally found themselves, and we are gaining better clarity for how the postseason will start to take shape. I love this time of year!

NCAA Week 8 – Is this poll SERIOUS?!?!

NCAA Week 8 - Is this poll SERIOUS?!?! April 2nd 2018 Laxcots Jim Fenzel

This is getting ridiculous. The good teams are looking bad, the bad teams are looking good, and the average teams are doing both. There is a major lack of consistency, and that is really showing in the double digit poll spots.

Panthers Pounce to Top of MCLA DI Coaches Poll

Panthers Pounce to Top of MCLA DI Coaches Poll

On the strength of 17 first place votes, Chapman has surged into the top spot of the Under Armour MCLA Division I Weekly Coaches Poll. The Panthers defeated SLC North foe USC on Sunday, propelling Chapman past new No. 2 Utah (8-0), which was idle this week.

NCAA Week 7 – Is this poll SERIOUS?!?!

LaxCots lacrosse cartoon Jim Fenzel

What a strange, strange week. This week was loaded with upsets, lopsided victories, and many people left scratching their heads. It also makes a perfectly ordered top 20 poll nearly impossible

NCAA Week 6 – Is this poll SERIOUS?!?!

NCAA Week 6 - Is this poll SERIOUS?!?! Jim Fenzel LaxCot

Usually, the top 20 teams are relatively easy to figure out, with some tough decisions around 20. Right now, it’s not clear at all. I was talking to one fellow voter about this difficult situation, and they summed it up nicely. You’re forced to rate volume of wins against strength of schedule.