MCLA Report: San Diego State Upsets BYU

February 18, 2015

LSU 15- 8 Auburn-  LSU newest team member Hunter Stinson a transfer from Louisiana at Lafayette  had seven goals and two assists for the Tigers to get the win and was the star of the game.Thomas Brown also had another standout game scoring four goals while dishing out three assists  . Goalie Rick Battista made eleven saves  while backup freshman Thomas O’Brien also saw time but did not record a…


MCLA: Metro State takes down UC of Denver

February 18, 2015

Photo Credit:  Di Miller On Sunday February 15, the Metropolitan State University of Denver Roadrunners (MSU) had their home-opener against the University of Colorado at Denver Lynx (UCD).  Both teams are located in the heart of downtown Denver and their campuses sit side by side.  The weather was cold and blustery with the temperatures hovering around 35 degrees on the field at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.  Both teams were excited…


MCLA: BYU and North Dakota State Open Seasons

February 12, 2015

Simon Fraser vs. Dominican – Simon Fraser is a school from western Canada which competes in the MCLA and is the only school north or south of the boarder to play in any American College lacrosse league. So far they are 1-0 on the year after beating Western Washington 10-7 last weekend. Senior Sam Chase leads them with four points on the year,Burnaby B.C native Jeremy Lashar made sixteen saves…


MCLA Wrap Up: Tight Games in the South

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February 10, 2015

LSU 9, Florida University 8- Down in Baton Rouge Louisiana the Tigers came out on top vs. The Gators while being led on offense by Thomas Brown five points (2G,3A) and Josh Henderson four goals and one assist. D.C native Rick Battista made fifthteen saves for LSU to get the win.Brett Buch (2G,3A) Henry Champage added three goals on the day while Junior goalie Alex Triary made sixteen saves. Florida Sate 13, Texas A&m 10-…


MCLA Season Preview: Missouri Valley

February 7, 2015

With the MCLA season upon us I talked with Head Coach of Missouri Valley Kevin Totaro. Kevin is a Maryland native who played his first two years of college at Harford community college before transferring to Division III Shenandoah University. After his playing days Kevin went on to coach at both Northern Virginia Community College and Catonsville Community College. I had a few questions for Coach Totaro to talk about…


MCLA Season Preview: Colorado Buffaloes

February 4, 2015

Many people claim that MCLA lacrosse teams are weaker or can’t compete at the NCAA level. I beg to differ. To participate in the NCAA, a team must be able to compensate for their travel (airfare, hotels, meals, transportation, missed classes, communications with professors, etc.). With that said, Colorado has become the lacrosse-mecca of western USA and the Colorado. Buffaloes are ready to show the NCAA what it’s missing. Colorado…


Bruins Ready to Kick Off 2015 Schedule

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January 27, 2015

The UCLA Men’s Lacrosse team is preparing for its 2015 schedule, which includes seven home games and six away games. The Bruins’ 2015 schedule includes many great matchups. Head coach Jacques Bagley highlighted some of these games, saying that “UCLA is excited to start the 2015 season. We have a very challenging schedule with an early season trip to San Diego followed by the Pac-12 Shootout at UCLA. The SLC…


MCLA Fall Ball: Metro State U. (Denver) Wins Strong vs. In-Conference Rival Johnson Wales U.

November 5, 2014

Photo Credit:  Di Miller On Sunday November 2, Metropolitan State University of Denver Men’s Lacrosse (5-1) took on rival Johnson Wales University at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City.  It was a cold night and factoring in the time change, made for an interesting game.  Turf field #8 that MSU calls home is poorly lit making the late start to the game a challenge for both teams.  MSU ended…


MCLA Game Notes: Metro State Takes on Johnson & Wales in Fall Ball Scrimmage

November 3, 2014

This was my (Ian Neadle) first time seeing MCLA lacrosse in person. I always considered a downgrade from the NCAA level. I was wrong. The players are smaller and the intensity is lower. However, the referees are not qualified (in my opinion) to call a game with higher intensity such as NCAA (some officials were quite terrible). The heart and will are there, and the players make the most of…