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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Top Ten Fall Ball Games of 2012

October 1, 2012

Fall Ball season is here with Michigan State playing Albion yesterday, and there are some really good games in this year’s edition of college lacrosse in the fall. What are some of the top games? Fall ball sees some great teams, some club teams and honestly, sometimes teams you never heard of. Which exhibition games are the best? Read on. Princeton vs Virginia- Virginia- October 6th As a part of…

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College “Fall Ball” Classics to Look For

September 30th, 2012— Lacrosse is still a long way behind sports such as football in the line of American sports powerhouses, but there is no doubt advantages to lacrosse. Football plays only in the fall, making fans and youth players transition to other sports throughout the rest of the year. Youth players in lacrosse get to attend summer camps at high-profile colleges, travel in the fall, expose themselves to a…

September 30, 2012
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Richmond Adds Lacrosse, Drops Soccer; Shows Growth of Lacrosse

September 30, 2012

In the 1990s, the fastest growing sport had been soccer. To this day, people might tell you it is soccer. Almost every kid plays soccer, and Major League Soccer is a league that people like to follow and some teams make profit. But this week, the Richmond Spiders added a lacrosse program. They already had a women’s team, so they had to get rid of another men’s program to add…

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2013 and 14 America East Championships to Be Hosted at Stony Brook

It was announced today that for the first time ever, the American East Championships will be hosted by the Stony Brook Seawolves. They will be held there in both 2013 and 2014. All three games of the tournament will be held at the Long Island field Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium with the championship game to be televised live on ESPNU. “We are thrilled and honored to serve as the 2013 and…

September 29, 2012
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Fall Ball Update: Ohio State Buckeyes

The Ohio State men’s lacrosse team just recently announced their 2012 fall-ball schedule as well as their incoming freshman players. This past season the Buckeyes finished with an 8-7 overall record, including an impressive 5-1 conference record, and an undefeated 4-0 record on the road. The Buckeyes are adding 13 new freshmen this year, three of which made Inside Lacrosse’s Top 100 incoming freshman list. When asked about the incoming…

September 26, 2012
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College Lacrosse Has a Shot Clock, And Other New Rules

September 25, 2012

In case you missed it, college lacrosse is going to be adding a lot of new rules for the 2013 season. They were proposed this summer, and yesterday they became official. While the faceoff rules will not change as proposed, we will have some form of a shot clock this season, along with other things. New equipment rules about stick stringing and more will have an impact. We are going…

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Richmond To Add D-1 Lacrosse

September 21, 2012

The University at Richmond is set to announce the addition of men’s Division I lacrosse according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. In order to follow Section XI regulations the school is dropping men’s soccer and track to make room for the lacrosse team that is expected to be announced later today. Richmond belongs to the Atlantic-10 in all sports but football, however the Atlantic-10 currently is not a lacrosse conference. Richmond,…

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