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…
The first full week of Division III lacrosse is in the books and teams are now starting to deal with the grind of two-game weeks that will last, for some, until Memorial Day. Below you can find all of the games you should be keeping an eye on over the weekend. Three Ya Gotta See No. 7 Cabrini at No. 9 Lynchburg, 2:30 pm Saturday—Cabrini is coming off a statement…
The Sehawks got right back to work in 2014 after a 2013 full of upsets by knocking off the No. 8 Roanoke Maroons 12-8 on Tuesday in a tilt that was pushed back a day due to the snow storm that crushed the east coast over the last week.
Mixed in with the first week of games were some great individual performances that we will recognize in this space every week with our D3 Lax Blog Players of the Week.
The defending national champions managed to weather a five-goal storm in the third quarter, force overtime and take home a season-opening 9-8 win.
It took extra time to find a winner in the first marquee matchup of the Division III season, but in the end it was Salisbury emerging victorious.
Salisbury kicked its season off with a 14-3 win over Greensboro on Sunday thanks to four-point days from standouts Rhett DePol and Donovan Lange.
Two of the best programs of the last few years will never be separated in my mind, so its appropriate they land next to each other here.
Plattsburgh and St. Mary’s kick off our countdown of the top 20 teams in D3 lacrosse.
As expected, defending champion Stevenson sits atop the preseason poll just ahead of runners-up RIT.