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 […]
NCAA Lacrosse is back and the conferences are alive and well! With the light open last weekend and the grand opening this weekend, we are officially underway for the NCAA Men’s DI season. So that means the DI Rundown is back! This will be your weekly stop once the week of games is over to […]
Quint Kessenich being the latest contributor to the Lacrosse All Stars’ team means that he will be releasing his weekly Top 20 rankings every Monday. Quint Kessenich covers lacrosse for the ESPN networks and will be releasing a weekly podcast on Lacrosse All Stars. The first big weekend of the college lacrosse season is officially […]
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 […]
In June, Clemson announced it would add women’s lacrosse to its list of athletics, and it made known the program’s first-ever head coach on Monday: Allison Kwolek. “Clemson offers the unique opportunity to build a program from the ground up and implement my vision and culture from day one,” Allison Kwolek said in a release. […]
Here is your daily weekday update on the latest on what is happening in the lacrosse world. Richmond Lacrosse upset No. 6 Virginia in a women’s showdown, a shot to the helmet you’ve likely never seen before, our NAIA Players of the Week were released and more are all on today’s Crosse Clicks for February […]
Video highlights from the Richmond men’s lacrosse team’s 12-10 victory over the no. 9 Duke Blue Devils.
For his first post, Ryder Cochrane fills us in on the five NCAA D1 Lacrosse players that we need to pay attention to in the 2016 season.
The Southern Conference will see Air Force join their ranks in 2016, but for 2015, the Southern Conference will play host to seven teams. Let’s take a look!
For the Richmond Spiders, all expectations were exceeded. It was fitting for the Spiders, as a new program, to join the Atlantic Sun Conference. The A-Sun is new to lacrosse this year, and the winner receives an automatic qualifying bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Five different Spiders scored goals as the inaugural men’s lacrosse season came to an end in the NCAA Tournament with a 13-5 loss at Air Force Wednesday night. Richmond finishes at 6-11 with an NCAA Tournament appearance to show for their efforts. Air Force improves to 11-5 and advances to face top-seeded Duke Sunday. Despite the overall record, Richmond ended the season with five wins in its last nine games and six wins in the last 12.
The D1 NCAA Lacrosse season is well underway, and every single D1 program has played at least one game. Some teams have played as many as four games already, and we’ve got a couple of undefeated squads looking strong early. It’s time to run through the D1 scene and see where things stand.