Fall Ball Takeaways: Bucknell, Navy Look Strong

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November 23, 2016

Fall Ball is a great opportunity for lacrosse coaching staffs to assess their team’s strengths and weaknesses and see which underclassmen are ready to take on a bigger role. It is also a great opportunity for teams to build the camaraderie and communication skills that will be necessary for teams to have a successful season and a deep run in the playoffs come Memorial Day. While Fall Ball wins and…

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Western Mustangs Claim 2016 Baggataway Cup

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November 15, 2016

A year after losing the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association’s Baggataway Cup to the McGill Redmen, the Western Mustangs men’s lacrosse team found redemption. Their near perfect 2016 season was capped with an 11-7 win over the Trent Excalibur on November 6 as they claimed their fourth CUFLA championship and first since 2001. Senior Ryan Myles led the Mustangs with five goals and an assist in the championship game, winning…

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CUFLA Countdown 2016: Trent University Excalibur

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August 31, 2016

In 2008 and 2009 the Trent Excalibur finished first in the East and looked like they were on the rise to becoming a powerhouse in the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association. But the next three seasons were a struggle for the Excalibur, as the team failed to reach .500 in each of those seasons. Last year Trent finished with a 6-6 record, won a playoff game and lost by one…

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Behind the Tweets: One on One With Georgia Lacrosse

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July 19, 2016

You all know who they are. These kings, nay, legends of lacrosse social media put the parts of the MCLA, the SELC and Georgia lacrosse on the map. They were the first ones to get club lacrosse Twitter right and are now the template for other aspiring teams. I had the honor of interviewing the men behind this iconic twitter account. We are fortunate enough to get two sets of…

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Utah Refutes Report of Going D1 in Lacrosse

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July 12, 2016

Remember all of the Dom Starsia craziness from about a month and a half ago? Apparently, it was so fun that lacrosse decided to create an entire new social media blowup with news. Last night, BYU assistant lacrosse coach Jordan Harris tweeted the news of the University of Utah picking up a Division One lacrosse program. 412 Lacrosse and College Crosse both picked up the story, along with ILWT. By…

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Could Utah Go Division One?

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July 11, 2016

Talk of college lacrosse expanding seems to always be on the horizon. For the past few weeks, some discussion emerged around Pittsburgh with the building of a soccer and lacrosse only facility. Yet, one of the more underrated lacrosse areas has been Utah, and they could soon be rewarded. FourOneTwoLax.com reported last night that the University of Utah could be the next western team to add lacrosse as a division…

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Mike Daly Named Head Coach At Brown

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July 1, 2016

When Lars Tiffany left Providence to be the head coach at Virginia, it created some questions over at Brown. We learned earlier today via Ty Xanders that Sean Kirwan would follow Tiffany and join his staff. Confirmed that Brown offensive coordinator Sean Kirwan will join Lars Tiffany at @UVAMensLacrosse. Things shaping up well for the ‘Hoos. — Ty Xanders (@tyxanders) July 1, 2016 And just recently, Brown announced Tiffany’s successor in former Tufts…

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Lars Tiffany Named Head Coach At Virginia

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June 21, 2016

Former Virginia head coach Dom Starsia went from his alma mater at Brown to Virginia and spent 24 years in Charlottesville. Before he left Rhode Island, Starsia coached a young Lars Tiffany and they have been very good friends ever since. When Brown was still in the NCAA Tournament, Starsia went to many Brown practices and games to support his alma mater and Tiffany. And now, Tiffany will follow in…

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Michigan’s Kyle Jackson First Varsity Player to Go Pro

The University of Michigan men's lacrosse team defeats Colgate, 9-8, at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Feb. 14, 2016.
June 16, 2016

The Boston Cannons have added former Michigan attackman, Kyle Jackson in this week’s College Waiver Draft. Jackson had a breakout season for the Wolverines this past season scoring 29 goals in just the nine games he played in. He also notched seven assists bringing his points total for 2016 to 36. He missed four games during his senior season due to injury, disallowing him from being included in statistical categories….

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