From the Vault: 1981 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Champions

1981 Men's Lacrosse

Each week we will be diving into the vault and bringing some history to the youngsters who just don’t know what they don’t know. This week, we will be looking at the 1981 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse champions. It’s important to note that the women’s game did not have NCAA championships of any kind until 1982. […]

The Struggle of Purchasing MCLA Gear

mcla gear

I wanted to take some time to explain the process behind MCLA teams ordering gear for themselves and to sell to others, as the process is not as simple as you may think. The majority of MCLA teams are almost entirely self-funded. Funds are raised through player dues, fundraising events, donations from alumni, family, friends, […]

Tufts Men’s Lacrosse Overview with Casey D’Annolfo

tufts men's lacrosse

Casey D’Annolfo is entering his seventh season at Tufts University as the Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach.. Tufts is one of the preeminent Division 3 lacrosse programs in the country. D’Annolfo is a 2006 Tufts graduate where he was a three-sport letterman in football, basketball, and lacrosse. According to the Tufts website, he has one of […]

Coaches Corner: Bill Schmeisser

Bill Schmeisser

This week we introduce a new weekly series geared towards coaches. Each week we will spotlight one of the greats in our sport, a practice friendly drill, and motivational quote that can be used to get the team going. Coaches Spotlight Bill Schmeisser Coach Schmeisser, also known as “Father Bill”, was a player and coach […]

From the Vault: 1980 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Champions

1980 Men's Lacrosse

Each week we will be diving into the vault and bringing some history to the youngsters who just don’t know what they don’t know. This week, we will be looking at the 1980 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse champions. It’s important to note that the women’s game did not have NCAA championships of any kind until 1982. […]

What Happened to Sam Houston State Lacrosse?

sam houston state lacrosse

This is the fourth part in a series of articles about former MCLA teams primed for a comeback. Click the links to read about UNLV, Weber State, and Louisiana Lafayette. This time we will be going over the history of the Sam Houston State lacrosse program. The Sam Houston State lacrosse team was founded in […]

Virginia Lands No.1 McCabe McMillon 23′ and No.1 Ryan Duenkel 24′

Ryan Duenkel

Within a twenty-four hour span, the University of Virginia landed not one, but two No.1 players in their respective classes. Inside Lacrosse’s No.1 player in the class of 2024, Ryan Duenkel, announced his commitment to UVA on Sunday afternoon. Duenkel’s decision was not too shocking because his father played football in Charlottesville and his older […]

What is Lacrosse Recruiting Academy?

lacrosse recruiting academy

Have you ever asked any of the following questions when it comes to the college lacrosse recruitment process? Can my child play college lacrosse? How do we start the college lacrosse recruiting process? Where do you begin? What should we know about the college recruiting process? How do you become recognized by college lacrosse coaches? […]

Iona University Adds Division 1 Men’s Lacrosse

IONA UNIVERISTY LACROSSE

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Iona University president Seamus Carey, Ph.D., and director of athletics Matthew Glovaski announced the addition of men’s lacrosse and women’s acrobatics & tumbling as its 22nd and 23rd intercollegiate athletic program offerings. Both sports will aim to begin competition in the 2024-25 academic year. “It is our mission to create opportunities at Iona […]

What Happened to Louisiana at Lafayette Lacrosse?

Louisiana at Lafayette Lacrosse

This is the third part in a series of articles about former MCLA teams primed for a comeback. Click the links to read about Weber State and UNLV. Today we ask the question, what happened to the Louisiana at Lafayette lacrosse program? The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns lacrosse team was founded in […]

What Are the Chances Michigan State Lacrosse Going Division 1?

MICHIGAN STATE LACROSSE

It’s been 25 years since Michigan State has fielded a Division 1 lacrosse team. The university may have cut the program, but it couldn’t remove the sport from the campus. The team has been one of the most successful club teams in the state culminating with their 2018 MCLA National Championship. The program received great […]

What Happened to Weber State Lacrosse?

weber state lacrosse

This is the second article discussing MCLA teams I hope make a comeback. Last week was UNLV and this week I will focus on Weber State lacrosse.  Utah is one of the fastest growing lacrosse states in the country. The University of Utah is the western most and only PAC-12 school with an NCAA Division […]