Poskay Looks for Positive Season from Wagner

November 23, 2012

An NCAA All-American, NCAA National Champion, MLL All-Star and MLL MVP, Wagner men’s lacrosse coach Matt Poskay boasts an incredibly successful lacrosse resume. With only 3 wins since the 2007 season, Wagner lacrosse has not seen the same level of success. Poskay will look to revamp the struggling Seahawks during his second season at Wagner. Despite going 1-13 in the first season with Poskay at the helm, there were positives…

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Time for the Midshipmen to Fix It?

November 21, 2012

After a record of 6-6  and 3-3 in the conference, the Midshipmen has to catch a wave of success. Average is past tense to this historical school. Improving their defense is a most. Last season the Midshipmen approached John Hopkins as a serious threat. They had beaten them 8-2 and sent Hopkins with one of the lowest total of goals. Was this a miracle or they out played John Hopkins? In order to be…

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Will There be a Big Ten Conference?

November 20, 2012

According to Corey McLaughlin of Lacrosse Magazine, who spoke with Michigan head coach John Paul, there will not be a Big Ten lacrosse conference with any less than six teams. At this time, there would be three teams; Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan. However, Rutgers and Maryland, who both of D1 college lacrosse programs, will be moving to the Big Ten. That would make five. A conference only needs…

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What Happens if Maryland Goes to the B1G?

November 17, 2012

Rumors are going around that Maryland may end up in the Big Ten. If this is the case, this not only affects the landscapes of the ACC, but of the entire NCAA/ Maryland is a lacrosse power house, always in the race. They’ve been to the final four the past two years , losing to Virginia in 2010 and Loyola in 2011. The ACC is known to be a power…

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Loyola Comes in With Championship Mindset

November 17, 2012

Last year, the king was finally crowned. A team that ranked 21st in the nation had finally caused an uproar and had earned a ring.Last season was just a preview of what this organization could offer. After competing with the best, they had earned the title champs. Eric Lusby had scored 17 goal in the tournament and set a new N.C.AA record. The Grey hounds who had fought to secure their ring, now has a tougher opponent. That…

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Despite Low Spirits, Hobart Has Talent

November 16, 2012

NCAA violations ripped away any chance of 2011 post season opportunities for the Hobart men’s lacrosse team. With no playoff bans for the 2012 season the Statesmen looked to establish a fresh start and improve their record; however things did not go as planned. Hobart went 4-9 overall and was on the outside looking in for the ECAC tournament which saw conference winner Loyola eventually crowned NCAA champs. With some…

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Can You Feel the Red Storm?

November 14, 2012

As last season closes, the Storm could not be happier with a season they had. They were 8 and 7 and 3-3 in conference play. Jeff Lowman, who kept this team alive and breathing, his prolific energy gave the team a burst on both sides of the ball. Saint Johns played the most offensive possessions which held in their favor against opponents.The Storm who had held a 44.2 conversion percentage and held the forth heaviest reliance with…

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Concerns with the Blue Hens

November 13, 2012

As last season came to a halt, so did the conclusion of the Hens season. Their season ended with a 3 game losing skid. Grant Kaleikau had an amazing season. He finished the season ranked 18th in total offense value. His Achilles heel was the lack of protecting the ball.He had over 33 turnovers. How do you even expect to win games with that amount of turnovers? The Blue Hens expect a lot out of Grant,…

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Michigan’s Schedule for 2013 Only Gets Harder

November 8, 2012

No one exactly expected the Michigan Wolverines to dominate division one in their first season, but boy did they struggle. Now going into 2013, the schedule does not look any easier. They will have to face teams like Penn State, Loyola, Denver, Johns Hopkins, Army, Fairfield and Ohio State, all very tough teams. They also need to face rival Detroit and schools like Air Force, Bellarmine, Colgate, Marquette, Delaware and…

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Air Force on the Attack

November 8, 2012

Impressive is not good enough for this team. With a record of 5-7 looks to make a strive for better. They will have the same players that have matured and will look forward to attacking opponents. Senior captains Dayton Gilbreath and Adam Paranka look forward to winning a championship this season. With Galibreath and Paranka the offense and defense should be clicking together. The sophomore class, who has different prospects,  showed us last season thatthey were the real…

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