College Lacrosse Weekend Preview Part 2: Defense And The Other Stuff

April 23, 2016

Yesterday was the Patriot League’s turn to showcase their talent. Loyola beat Army, Bucknell dominated Lehigh, and Holy Cross beat Boston University for the sixth and final spot in the Patriot League Tournament. Today and tomorrow, it’s everyone else, and a major theme here is defense, because they win championships. Let’s get right to the games: SATURDAY #6 Albany @ #4 Yale – Noon This would be the Game of…


College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: All Chaos Conference?

April 15, 2016

With so much drama in the ACC, it’s kinda hard getting into the NCAA Tournament scene. But they, somehow, some way, keep coming up with interesting storylines every single day. I’m no Snoop Dogg, but if you use your imagination and tinker the first four lines of Gin And Juice with ACC references, it’s actually a pretty good summary of the conference’s season. Except Notre Dame, who’s sitting comfortably as…


College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: T-Minus 29 Days Until Selection Sunday

April 8, 2016

We’re starting the final stretch of the season with under a month until Selection Sunday for the NCAA Tournament. Unlike last year, it’s a very wide open field, with only two ACC teams in the top 15 in RPI. Some early Bracketology projections have Notre Dame and Syracuse in, with some even including Virginia. Except for Notre Dame, the ACC is on the bubble for some spots, with UNC and…


College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: Show Me What You Got

March 11, 2016

It’s time for some teams to prove one of two things. Either they’re contenders when May comes around, or they still need some work to do. It’s been about a month since the season got underway, and we’ve seen Towson, Hofstra, and even Rutgers rise into the Top 20, while Duke, Virginia, and Georgetown have been disappointments thus far. But is this the biggest weekend of the season? Sure there’s been…


College Lacrosse Weekend Preview: This Is Madness!

February 20, 2016

Madness? THIS. IS. FEBRUARY LACROSSE! If you don’t know what movie that sort of is from, it’s from 300 (and you should probably watch at least that scene right now). We have a great slate of Division I games this weekend, including six of the top ten teams in the nation taking on another ranked team. Many of these games are on Saturday, so set aside your Saturday. SATURDAY #1…


Hofstra’s Home Season Comes to an End

April 12, 2015

The Hofstra Pride hosted their final home game of the season at Shuart Stadium on Saturday, April 11th. This game also marked the final home game for seniors like Mike Malave, John Reicherter, Steve Romano, and Ryan Rielly, so Hofstra had some motivation to go out and beat tenth-ranked Cornell Big Red. In the end, however, the Big Red offense proved to be too much for the Pride as the…


#10 Cornell Takes Down Hofstra

April 11, 2015

  Pride junior Sam Llinares recorded a goal and two assists but Big Red senior Dan Lintner tallied five goals to lead 10th-ranked Cornell to a 14-5 victory over Hofstra at Schoellkopf Field Saturday afternoon. Cornell, with its second consecutive victory, improves to 9-3 on the season. The Pride, which dropped their third straight contest, falls to 4-8. In addition to Llinares, senior Mike Malave and sophomore Zachary Franco each…


Cornell Tops Albany in Dallas

March 1, 2015

In freezing rain and snowy conditions, the No. 7 Cornell men’s lacrosse team defeated No. 10 Albany at SMU’s Ford Field in Dallas at the seventh annual Patriots Cup. After trailing 3-1 midway through the first quarter, the Big Red went on a 10-2 run to take control of the game en-route to the decisive victory. Connor Buczek led the Big Red with five goals and one assist, while Matt…


NCAA Game Picks: Week Two

February 14, 2015

Staff Member Duke v Denver Syracuse v Cornell UNC v UMass Hopkins v Villanova Loyola v PSU UVa v Drexel Hofstra v Marquette Rutgers v Richmond Delaware v Ohio State Ryan Zunner     Chris Vale     Ian Neadle   Brendan John Andrew Goldberg Ryan Conwell Pete Crowley   Marisa Ingemi   Ohio State


Syracuse and Cornell Meet for 100th Time

February 14, 2015

When Syracuse and Cornell face off on Sunday, it will mark one of the few times in NCAA lacrosse that two teams will have met 100 times.  While Syracuse owns the series with 63 wins, 35 losses and one tie, it has been an extremely competitive match up over the past few seasons.  This always is a great game, no matter who is having the better year.  Just looking at…