NCAA D3 lacrosse is always a lot of fun, and with increased parity and new programs on the rise, it’s getting harder to predict what will happen. That’s part of what makes D3 such a great division of college lacrosse!
Only one Top 20 team has a game under their belt, so it’s the final opportunity for the D3 Report to offer up a 2015 D3 Lacrosse Preview!
Take a look inside the locker room of the Rochester Institute of Technology men’s lacrosse program (NCAA Division III).
If anyone ever asks you if a lacrosse player has left college early to declare for the pros, you can now say, “yes, that has happened, and it was a D3 player from RIT named Casey Jackson, who left school and declared for the NLL Draft.”
So, you’re moving along on Wednesday, thinking about this weekend’s awesome D1 quarterfinal games, and then all of a sudden, you realize there are quarterfinal games TODAY, and you freak out.
We helped you select your very first head, now it’s time to learn how to dye it! Andrew Ratzke walks you through all the steps for a successful first dye job. Let’s make those lacrosse sticks look pretty!
Pat Johnston picked up his fourth win of the season in goal for the RIT Tigers, making eight saves in net. Pat also got on the scoreboard and notched his first goal of the year about half way through the first half against WNEU. His goal gave RIT a 4-2 lead, and RIT would go on to win the game 18-6.
Welcome back to the D3 Lacrosse Report! Whether we’re finding this info ourselves or someone is sending it in to us, the D3 Report is all D3 all the time. Let’s delve a little deeper into the biggest (some may also argue best) college lacrosse division in the country!
Last year was a very exciting year in Division 3 men’s lacrosse, with Stevenson winning their first ever championship. Aurora College in Colorado made their first NCAA tournament, and won a game. RIT beat Cortland with a hidden ball trick, and Salisbury was finally dethroned as the most dominant team in the South, if only for a season. As fall ball and training continues to roll, here’s a look at some of the top teams from last year, as well as a couple potential dark horses for 2014.
Tommy Gilligan delivers. Again.
1st half photos from RIT – Stevenson. We’ LIVE!
Sunday plays host to the NCAA D2 and D3 men’s lacrosse championships. We’ll be updating this post with photos from the games, and posting notable updates in the comments section.
This week’s Hot Pot tries to shed some light on how RIT Lacrosse got to be so tricky on the field. Maybe it was this crazy staircase on the Rochester Institute of Technology’s campus?