This past week the second edition of NAIA Conference and National Rankings were released. These rankings gave some extra incentive to some exciting out of conference matchups this weekend. After some surprising results from this slate of games, we can be almost certain that these rankings won’t stay the same when the next iteration comes […]
We’ve had a few weeks of NAIA lacrosse already, however most of it has been scrimmages and games that didn’t feel all that close. This past week made it feel like the real start of the season, and for some teams, it was their first action of the year. This weekend was filled with so […]
This is a very exciting weekend of NAIA lacrosse headlined by several key out-of-conference top 10 matchups. Below are three of the most intriguing games you won’t want to miss. #4 Cumberlands vs Webber This week we will find out just how quickly Webber can become a contending program. I don’t think anyone will argue […]
What a day of notable upsets in NAIA women’s lacrosse in Savannah, Georgia. The quarterfinal round of the inaugural NAIA Women’s Tournament did not disappoint. Before taking a look at what happened, check out our preview from before the start of the tournament. Now, let’s break down the results. NAIA Women’s Tournament Quarterfinals Recap (1) […]
It certainly has been an interesting season in NAIA women’s lacrosse. There have been many powerhouse programs over the course of this season that have earned their way into the national tournament, and it’s extremely difficult this year to determine who is the clear favorite to bring home the national title. With the tournament starting […]
Each week, one of our NAIA writers will give us a run down of which teams are on the rise and which teams took a step back. Take a look at why the Aquinas Saints lead this week’s stock report: Aquinas Ascending – NAIA Weekly Stock Report STOCK RISING Aquinas University The Aquinas Saints went […]
This week, I’ll be catching you up on the top-10 action in NAIA women’s lacrosse, including SCAD, Benedictine and more. NAIA WOMEN’S LACROSSE TOP 10 REPORT SCAD Debuts Yesterday was finally the long awaited first game of the season for the top dog in women’s lacrosse, SCAD. The team played unranked Point University and won, […]
To show some love to teams at various levels that don’t always get the attention they deserve, we’re beginning a series to shine a light on underappreciated lacrosse programs. What’s the criteria? That’s a gray area, but there are some general guidelines. For the most part, a team cannot be a perennial powerhouse or the […]
Here are this week’s 2020 NAIA Lacrosse Players of the Week for March 2. Sydney Knego (SCAD) and Jack Kandoth (Benedictine) are this week’s winners. Take a look at this week’s NAIA men’s recap and rankings by clicking here. 2020 NAIA Lacrosse Players Of The Week: March 2 Men’s Jack Kandoth, Benedictine (KS) Last Week’s […]
We are recapping the last NAIA lacrosse season in advance for the 2020 season. Today, we are looking at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
The Lax shares his reaction to the MCLA Division 2 National Tournament seeding.
Your weekly review of the MCLA’s Division 2. This edition with a special focus on 5 make-or-break matchups starting tonight in North Carolina.