All-Name March Madness: The finals

April 7, 2018

Today I bring you the final rounds of my first-ever field lacrosse all-name bracket in honour of March Madness. Keep reading for the Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight, Final Four and the championship round.   Sweet Sixteen South Region 1 Shackleford Stanwick, Johns Hopkins 13 Colin Chell, Ohio St. Chell? Nah I’m good. Sorry, Colin, you made a great run to the Sweet Sixteen. But come on, Shackleford Stanwick, that’s an…


All-Name March Madness: Round 2

April 6, 2018

Yesterday I brought you round one of the very first all-name field lacrosse bracket. We narrowed down the field from 64 to 32. Let’s get to today’s matchups and see who moves on!   Round 2 South Region 1 Shackleford Stanwick, Johns Hopkins 9 JoJo Marasco, NY These are two great names. Shackleford Stanwick and JoJo Marasco is a tough matchup. But in the end, I think Shackleford Stanwick is…


All-Name March Madness: Round 1

April 5, 2018

In honour of everyone’s current obsession, we’re taking the favourite tournament and flipping it on its head – lacrosse style! Welcome to – what is to my knowledge – the first-ever March Madness All-Name Bracket for field lacrosse! To be eligible for this bracket, the 64 players chosen had to be either a current division one men’s college player or be listed on a Major League Lacrosse team.* In determining…


May Madness: Conference Semifinals Create Chaos

May 6, 2016

One word to summarize what happened Thursday: wow. All of the conferences except the ACC and Patriot League (who already finished their tournaments last week) and the Ivy League (who play Friday and Sunday) had their semifinals yesterday, and it brought some big results that will affect plenty of bubble teams. America East: Vermont 10, #15 Stony Brook 9; Hartford 11, #4 Albany 10 (OT) You read those scores right. Vermont…


NCAA Bracketology V2: You Should Probably Win As Much As Possible

April 19, 2016

Here’s a scary stat: 84% of the regular season has been complete. 16% of the regular season remains. Some teams still have a game, or two, or maybe three left. But many teams also have their respective conference tournaments to participate in as well. They’ll get started next week with the Patriot and ACC tourneys happening, with the other conference tournaments occurring in two weeks. This year’s field for at-large…


NCAA Bracketology V1: There’s Still Time

April 12, 2016

Is it too early to start predicting brackets? Some may say yes, others the opposite. Joe Lunardi already has a way too early 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracketology, and we just got done the hoops tournament last week! Teams don’t know if they’ll lose someone to either the NBA Draft or to transfers or even who they might gain via transfers and commitments. But in lacrosse, we have less than…


NCAA Tournament Staff Picks

May 6, 2015

The NCAA tournament is now upon us.  To join in the fun, the In Lacrosse We Trust staff has submitted their picks for who they think will (or want to) win the tournament.  Here’s the breakdown:    Writer Runner Up Champion Score Ryan Conwell 14-12 Chris Jastrzembski 15-14 Chris Vale 10-8 Paul Schwedelson 13-11 Jason Myers 12-11 James Simmons 14-12 Jeff Werner 10-7 Ian Neadle 16-15 Brendan Staudt    17-15…


NCAA Bracketology 2.0: And Now We Wait

May 3, 2015

Our Chris Jastrzembski takes one last look at the potential 2015 NCAA D1 bracket.   All of the regular season games are complete. A journey that started in the fall with fall ball workouts to the first day of regular season games February 1st to now will culminate in May Madness. Yale defeated Princeton 11-10 in the Ivy League Championship. As a follow-up to my earlier prediction, here’s what I…