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Season Preview: Lehigh looks to continue success in 2013
The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team made history in 2012. The Mountain Hawks won their first ever Patriot League Tournament Title and advanced to their first NCAA Tournament. Lehigh earned the #7 seed, falling in the final seconds against eventual National Finalist Maryland.
Recruiting: 2016 to G'town; 2015's to Duke, UMass, PSU, Fairfield; More 2014's
Today, we have Georgetown's first 2016 commit, 2015's to Fairfield, Duke, Penn State and UMass, as well as a ton of junior verbals.
NCAA Preview 2013: Denver
Inside Lacrosse is kicking off the season by previewing the top 40 teams. Here's Five Things to Know About Denver, ranked No. 8 in the preseason Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll.
LaxPower MD1 Forum Poll #1
See what people with fake names -- like me! -- think about where teams stack up in Division I lacrosse.
Mountain Lakes (NJ) sophomore Smith decides on Duke lacrosse
The sophomore at New Jersey power Mountain Lakes has good size, athleticism, field vision, dodging ability and a high lacrosse IQ.
Division I lacrosse preview: Loyola Greyhounds
The bar has been set. After finishing 2011 with an 8-5 record and an absence from the NCAA tournament, the Greyhounds bounced back in resounding fashion, tying a school-record 12 consecutive wins to open the year and ending the season on a six-game run to bring home the university’s first national championship. Charley Toomey and several players have taken great pains to establish that the current squad is quite different from last year’s team, but there’s no denying that the pieces are there for Loyola to streak into the postseason and perhaps make more history.
Coach prepares to declare starting goalkeeper
With less than a week left until its season opener against Manhattan, there is still no word on who will start the season as the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team’s goalkeeper. The competition has intensified throughout winter practice, and a decision is expected from head coach Brian Brecht tomorrow as to who will start.
Former Lions LAX Stars Set For 2013 NCAA Season
West Islip grads part of rosters for Top-20 college teams.
#LMranks: Division I Men's Top 20 Breakdown
Among Division I men's coaches that Lacrosse Magazine surveyed in the preseason, there seemed to be a consensus Top 5 — Loyola, Maryland, Notre Dame, Duke and Johns Hopkins — followed closely by North Carolina and Denver.Last year's Cinderella stories, Colgate and Lehigh, got respect but not elite-status recognition. There's a group of returning NCAA bubble teams or first-round losers that fill out the top 15, then a conglomerate of teams that could be ranked anywhere from 16 to 30, if the rankings extended that far.
First Look: Michigan remaining opponents part 2
Get yourself some, Wolverines.
Season Preview Part 4: Attack
Detroit returns over 60 goals from its attackers, including 53 alone from junior starters Shayne Adams and Alex Maini. UDM will have to replace the 39 points (24g, 15a) scored by Joel Matthews, but the team has a host of talent to fill that spot with senior Wes Steen, junior Tom Masterson, sophomores Tyler Schroer, Alex Wilson and Brandon Beauregard and some incoming freshmen.
Men's Lacrosse Preparing For 2013 Season
The 2013 Holy Cross men's lacrosse team returns 27 players and five starters from last season (5-10 overall, 0-6 Patriot League), while nineteen freshmen and two sophomores have also joined the program. The team will be led by senior captains Myles Gillespie (Rye, N.Y.), John Hannan (Manhasset, N.Y.), James Kennedy (Summit, N.J.) and Daniel Schmader (Radnor, Pa.). Kennedy, who enters the season with 64 goals and 39 assists for 103 career points, was named a Nike National Player of the Week last season and was on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List. The Crusaders are scheduled to play six home contests and will take on Patriot League opponent Navy at Citi Field on March 17 as part of the inaugural Metropolitan Lacrosse Classic.
Dane Smith Named Assistant Coach
Former Colonial captain has coached at college and high-school levels.
2012-13 Men's Lacrosse Blog: Entry 10
The Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team will blog throughout the offseason to keep fans up to date with current happenings on and off the field. This week's entry has been provided by freshman Pat Swanick.
Epp-ic Thoughts: Week 2
What's up Army Lacrosse fans? It's your favorite scout team hero back for round two of the blog!
NCAA Preview 2013: Colgate
Colgate has two scrimmages in the books, heading to Delaware and playing the Blue Hens even two Saturdays ago before edging Albany by one in a five-quarter outing vs. Albany last weekend. It's now game week for coach Mike Murphy's squad as they prepare for Bryant on Saturday.
NCAA Preview 2013: North Carolina
North Carolina enters the season highly-ranked (No. 7 in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll, No. 4 in the USILA poll) and possessing one of the top-ranked attack group in the country as well as the No. 1 recruiting class. The team will be judged by its ability to advance in the postseason.
Why Not Denver? Tierney, Pioneers Can Make a Run
When Denver opened its first two seasons under head coach Bill Tierney, the Pioneers played the victim each time in the same place. Denver began the 2010 and 2011 campaigns by getting smacked down in the Carrier Dome with six-goal losses to Syracuse. "I did that [scheduling] on purpose. I knew we would probably get our brains beat in," Tierney recalled. "I wanted [us] to see what a big-time program looked like."
Ianzito leads, thrives in Syracuse’s trademark up-and-down style of play
Steve Ianzito could do whatever he wanted on the field in high school. He made contributions on both ends of the field. He got out in transition. He dominated on the wing. He played on the man-up and the man-down.
Today's beats: One of those days, man.