Mike Daly Named Head Coach At Brown

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…


College Lacrosse Weekday Watch: #WhyD3

February 16, 2016

Weekday lacrosse games aren’t the most exciting on paper, but can provide some good excitement if you tune in to some of these games. And it’s rare that there’s a top five matchup on a weekday. The highlight of the work week comes from Division III, where a top five matchup will take place Wednesday in Maryland, with No. 2 Lynchburg taking on No. 5 Salisbury. This game was originally…


2016 College Lacrosse Preview: Washington College Shoremen

January 15, 2016

Overview: The Shoremen entered last season ranked 5th in Division III and voted as the unanimous favorites to repeat as Centennial Conference champions. Following their remarkable 18-2 season in 2014, the team fell down a tier, finishing their season just 6-10, coming short of the NCAA Tournament. The team will look to bounce back strong behind top returning scorers’ sophomore attackmen Tyler Powers and Tanner Barberi as well as senior…


NCAA Division III Championship: Tufts Toughs It Out, Defeats Lynchburg 19-11

May 24, 2015

At his postgame press conference, Tufts Head Coach Mike Daly used the word tough a lot to describe his program. Work ethic and toughness were two of the building blocks that past Jumbos used to build the program that it currently is today. His team needed some of that toughness today against Lynchburg. To begin the game, the Hornets scored the game’s first four goals and took the game’s first…


Mustang Classic Results: Cabrini v. Nazareth

March 23, 2015

The Mustang Classic at Stevenson University was the site for a full slate of Division III lacrosse action this week. The first night was capped when Cabrini upset the home Stevenson Mustangs. Cabrini came into the game defeating number 3 Stevenson last night and the effects could be seen during the first quarter. Will Fallo started the scoring, the first of six goals in the quarter. Turnovers and lengthy possession…


Mustang Classic Results: Stevenson Tops Cortland

March 23, 2015

Stevenson University, the home field for the Mustang Classic, came off a disappointing loss against Cabrini with vengeance for their game against the Cortland Red Dragons. The home team made a first half run that Cortland battled to overcome. Cortland got the scoring started on the evening when they earned an extra man opportunity on their first possession of the game. James Stavrakis scored from atop and beat Ben Richards…


DIII Report: Heavy Slate for Friday 13th Weekend

March 13, 2015

The second straight Friday the 13th on the calendar could prove unlucky again for many teams throughout the NCAA Division III schedule as twelve games will be played on March 13, 2015, seventy-nine on the March 14 and ten games on March 15. For Friday, the Emmanuel College Saints (Mass.) will face off against the Alfred University Saxons in Myrtle Beach, SC. Hilbert College’s Hawks will play the Greensboro College…


Lacrosse Scores: Tight Games Throughout NCAA

March 11, 2015

The start to the 2015 season has been beyond intense with number 1 falling and an abundance of one goal games in regulation and overtime. This past Tuesday was nothing short of that. North Carolina at one point was down 6-2 against Bryant but climbed their way back to win 10-9. Saint Joseph’s gave Virginia a scare, but the Wahoos squeaked by with their one point victory as well. Fairfield,…


DIII Report: 74 Games Played Over Weekend

March 3, 2015

The last few days of the month of February saw the Division III Men’s Lacrosse season truly kick into high gear with an appetizer of three games on February 27 followed by a huge plate of seventy-four games on Saturday and a “dessert” of eight games on Sunday, March 1. In Glen Falls, NY, the St. Lawrence Saints defeated the Castleton Spartans 19-10 behind six goals from Tommy Hovey. Friday’s…


Simmons Column: No Benefits to Snow-Crosse

February 23, 2015

Photo Credit: Ian Neadle Playing lacrosse in the snow is not easy. It is harder to pass, clear, collect ground balls and see the ball as a goalie. Snow leads to a sloppy game and creates parody between unequal teams; that is what we saw in the Loyola-Holy Cross game. Three games had game times changed or were postponed on Saturday: UMBC-Monmouth, Penn State-Villanova, and Georgetown-Towson. I can’t tell you…