First Ever Game in Washington Sees Denver Victory

October 15, 2012

Fall ball is ongoing, and while results and attendances aren’t the real focus, it was still good to see the first ever NCAA Division One lacrosse game played in Washington state draw around 3,500 fans. Those fans in attendance saw the Denver Pioneers defeat the Maryland Terps by a score of 12-9. The game was played at the Seattle Sounders MLS team practice field got to see the first ever…

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Fall Ball Notes: Syracuse Tops Alumni, Notre Dame Crushes Navy

October 14, 2012

Not a ton of action going on in the world of Fall Ball in NCAA lacrosse, but a few games of note took place and  few stories. First off, the Syracuse Orange played an exhibition game with the Syracuse alumni, and won 14-9. Derek Maltz led Syracuse with four goals. Leading the alumni with two was Tommy Pasalek. Other pros to play in the game for the alumni was Mike Levielle, Kevin Drew,…

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Seawolves Look to Defend Conference Title

October 11, 2012

With an American East Conference championship and an America East Coach of the Year award to his name already, Jim Nagle has certainly made the most of his short time as Stony Brook’s head coach. Nagle took the helm for the Seawolves after Rick Sowell, head coach from 07-11, departed to take the coaching position at Navy. His first season had a rough beginning with Stony Brook starting 0-3 for…

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Cavaliers Have Questions Heading Into 2013

October 10, 2012

As Virginia looks to use a lead attack option to replace a valuable player such as Steele Stanwick, sophomore Ryan Tucker and senior Matt White have to step up to the task. Team mates Harry Prevas and Scott Mcwilliams will have to work hard to replace Matt Lovejoy. Virginia needs to answer questions that were surrounding the team before Fall Ball. The starter that plays the quarterback position is locked in, but Mark Cockerton who is…

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Nick Galasso Transfers from North Carolina, Talking to Syracuse

October 10, 2012

On Tuesday, Nick Galasso was granted his release from the North Carolina Tar Heels. He stated to Lacrosse Magazine that he wanted to be an impact somewhere else and he wanted to attend a different school. Syracuse lacrosse tweeted earlier today that head coach John Desko has confirmed Syracuse will talk to Galasso about an opportunity of playing with Syracuse. The Orange have lost a lot of top players in…

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Catamount Classic: Quinnipiac, Brown Pick Up Wins

October 8, 2012

In the Catamount Classic yesterday, we got to see some Division One teams face off and we have some early scores in, via Inside Lacrosse. Quinnipiac picked up two wins in the tournament. They defeated the Providence Friars 11-10 and then they topped the Holy Cross Crusaders 13-5. Providence lost both of their games. Their other loss was a 9-7 fall to the Hartford Hawks. Hartford also lost to the…

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Who is the Top Prospect Developing Program in the Country?

October 7, 2012

Earlier last week, we took a look at where the NLL draftees came out of the most. But today we are going to do something a little bit different. What about the top college system overall at creating pros? We took a look over the last two drafts of the NLL and MLL, and came up with a ranking for the top prospect developing program. Something we also took a…

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Fall Ball: Princeton Crushes Virginia, But Stall Warnings the Story

October 7, 2012

As Fall Ball kicked off this week, there were plenty of storylines to follow. The scores are normally the last thing we look at, and that is once again the case this year. The big story is obviously the new rules and how the teams and referees handle them. In the Play for Parkinson’s tournament in Virginia, there was some confusion as far as the stall warnings. According to Inside Lacrosse,…

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Big East Championship to be Hosted By Villanova

October 3, 2012

The 2013 BIG EAST Lacrosse Championship sites have been announced by the league. The BIG EAST Men’s Lacrosse Championship, in its second year, will return to the site of the inaugural tournament, Villanova University. The BIG EAST Women’s Lacrosse Championship will be held at the Multi-Sport Field on the campus of Georgetown University. Both championships will take place May 2 and 4. The men’s tournament was originially slated for Syracuse….

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NLL Draft: Top Prospect Developing Program

October 3, 2012

Most of the players in the NLL draft come from the Canadian junior ranks. But some come from more places than others, and some have played in college, MSL, WLA, MILA and other leagues. Below is a chart of where the most players come from throughout North America. Top College Hartford University 3 Robert Morris University 3 Simon Fraser University 2 Duke University 2 Denver University 2 Limestone University 2…

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