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CBA standout Gait finds perfect fit in Princeton lacrosse
The latest Gait to star in Central New York will be playing his college lacrosse a bit further south.
Sophomore standout Sorenson set on Michigan lacrosse
The newly launched Division I program at Michigan enjoyed a breakthrough recruiting weekend, securing its first-ever verbal commitments from sophomores in the nation’s No. 1 hotbed for lacrosse, the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tristate region.
Defensive standout Dunn decides on Dartmouth after decommitting from Maryland
Circumstances change, and sometimes, decisions are altered as a result.
Bucknell Men's Lax Excited About Rookie Class
The Bucknell men's lacrosse team graduated a handful of key players from last year's 9-7 squad, including leading scorer and Third Team All-American Billy Eisenreich, but head coach Frank Fedorjaka is very excited about a group of 13 newcomers that should help compensate for the loss of that skilled senior class. The rookie crop includes 12 freshman and one sophomore transfer, and the class includes top talent at every field position from attack back to close defense.
Winners & Losers: Early Recruiting, Rules and Convention Chatter
The IMLCA Convention hit Baltimore, with awards given out to coaches and topics such as conference realignment, new rules and early recruiting on everyone's minds.
2013 Face-Off Yearbook: Big East Rankings, Outlook
Notre Dame is No. 1 in the Big East, according to the conference's coaches in the 2013 Face-Off Yearbook Big East rankings.
Three Lessons Learned At IMLCA Convention
Please welcome Charlie Congleton to LAS! Charlie is currently an assistant coach at Wesleyan University, his alma mater, where he was a 2x All-American goalkeeper as a player. Charlie went down to the IMLCA in Baltimore, and came away with three major lessons learned. Use Charlies experience for your own team’s benefit!
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