Salisbury Takes Victory Over Gettysburg

March 5, 2013

The reigning national champion Salisbury Seagulls started the season slow losing two of their first three games, but on Saturday the  No. 10 (4-2) Seagulls got back on track with a momentous win over No. 14 Gettysburg (2-1). The Seagulls senior All-American Ryan Clarke did not play in Saturday’s game, but regardless the Seagulls were led by an intimidating defense and a balanced attack including two goals from sophomore Wade…

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NCAA: Division Two and Three Games Friday

February 22, 2013

Entering our fourth weekend in NCAA Men’s lacrosse, we still have some teams just starting off their 2013 season. Here’s a look as to what’s to come this Friday: Friday, February 22 D2: Pace vs. Adams State 3pm – This is the first game of the season for both teams, and the first time they will meet on the lacrosse field. Pace put together a 5-10 season in 2012, while…

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NCAA: Providence, Detroit Look for First Wins

February 15, 2013

The first weekend of games is in the books for NCAA Men’s Lacrosse. Start of the 2013 season saw its fair share of heartbreakers, dominations and nail biters. Can the second weekend of games be as exciting? Only time will tell. Friday D1: Wagner (0-0) vs. Providence (0-0) 1pm – This will be the start of the 2013 season for each team. In last year’s meeting, Wagner dropped the ball…

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NCAA GameDay: Michigan, Penn State Highlight Big Day

February 9, 2013

D1: Delaware vs. Bucknell 1pm – Delaware (1-0), heads into its second game of the season against the Bucknell Bison. With Billy Eisenreich graduated, freshman Sean Doyle has been selected as his replacement (via Inside Lacrosse). Sean has big shoes to fill; luckily he will have Chase Bailey and Todd Heritage there to make the transition easier. Bison goalie Kyle Feeney is coming off a big year (169 saves, .558%)….

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NCAA GameDay Preview: High Point Looks For First

February 8, 2013

Lots of teams are kicking off their 2013 seasons this weekend. While some are already on their second or third games of the year. Here’s a look at what’s to come this Friday in NCAA Men’s Lacrosse competition: Friday, February 8 D1: High Point vs. Towson – High Point (0-1) put up a good fight against Delaware last Saturday, but came up short dropping the competition to the blue Hens…

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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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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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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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US Lacrosse Responds to Proposed NCAA Rule Changes

In response to the NCAA’s proposed rule changes for the 2013 men’s lacrosse season, the US Lacrosse men’s game safety education subcommittee yesterday provided comments to the NCAA men’s lacrosse rules committee centered around the topic of player safety. Angelo Calvello, chair of the US Lacrosse men’s game safety education subcommittee, authored a letter that communicated recommendations involving the proposed rule changes for faceoffs and restarts. Among the highlights, US…

August 22, 2012
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