Michigan Building Lacrosse Only Stadium

September 21, 2014

According to a report from Lacrosse Magazine’s Corey McLaughlin, the University of Michigan is planning on building a 3,000 seat lacrosse only stadium. The Wolverines would add the stadium for their men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. This is part of a plan to build several new athletic facilities and will be partially funded by Michigan alum and Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. Michigan has had varsity men’s and women’s lacrosse…

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NCAA: Penn State Blows Out Michigan

For the first game of the season, Penn State Men’s Lacrosse had an awesome showing. The Nittany Lions were absolutely on point, and did not hesitate to welcome their rival Michigan to Happy Valley with the 6-0 lead they claimed in the first five minutes of play. The team led the first period with eight goals against the Wolverines, and Kaut was strong in goal and did not allow Michigan…

February 9, 2014
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NCAA Injury Report: Week One

We are heading into the first week of the NCAA lacrosse season, and already have a ton of injuries to report. To start, Loyola sophomore Zach Herreweyers will miss the entire season. He missed their preseason game against North Carolina last weekend. Jimmy Bitter sat out this weekend with an injury for North Carolina but he is expected to play this week against Furman. The same goes for Joey Sankey….

February 5, 2014
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NCAA Outlook: Virginia and Michigan

Alex Urquhart With the NCAA season starting right around the corner we take a look at two teams, the University of Virginia and the University of Michigan. The Virginia Cavaliers made it to the ACC finals last year but missed out on making it to the NCAA Tournament. The Michigan Wolverines, in their second season, went 1-13, but looked immensely better from their first season in 2012. The Cavs have…

January 31, 2014
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