The AAC finished up the end of their regular season and are gearing up for conference playoffs. Over the course of the NAIA regular season, it has been pretty clear that the AAC is overall the best conference and will likely have the most teams in the NAIA playoffs, but figuring who those teams are […]
Although it feels like the season has just begun, we are slowly coming up to the end of the regular season. The conferences are beginning to take shape and we are starting to see the favorites to make the tournament all with the same goal of bringing home some hardware. The results of these games […]
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 […]
Most NAIA programs like William Penn have been pulling out impressive wins over NCAA programs. That trend continued this week as the NAIA had no issue taking care of business against many Division 3 schools. There are some certainties headed into the regular season. Reinhard will still do Reinhardt things. William Penn is going to […]
This upcoming 2020 season will see some new NAIA lacrosse programs come join the ranks. We’re taking a look at how each of their seasons will shape up. New NAIA Lacrosse Programs: Season Preview Mount Vernon Nazarene University With a brand new(ish) program, there are so many unknowns. Here’s what we do know: Mount Vernon […]
After nearly three years as the Director of Lacrosse at St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton, Florida, Casey Powell is moving on. A story in the Palm Beach Post outlines the departure, and mentions that RJ Dawson will stay on as the boys’ coach at the private school.
Congratulations go out to Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama for winning the SCAC and getting their first-ever NCAA tourney bid! We also have video of one of the biggest cheap shots EVER from a High School game in Florida.
Connor Wilson is heading down to South Florida for the week. So who has some lax activities he could check out for LAS?!?! Nominate some stuff for him to do Friday through Tuesday and get LAS famous!
David Palacios is back with a MEGA post on NCAA D2 Lacrosse, covering BOTH East AND West Coasts! He’s also got some perspective on a little Cali HS action, great lax photos and video highlights
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