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Penn State gets commitment from Gonzaga (DC) 2016 midfielder McEvoy
Other schools considered? Ohio State, Denver, Maryland and Cornell
Former midfielder brings defensive prowess to Eli goaltenders
Coming off of an Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Lacrosse Tournament last spring, the men’s lacrosse team added another weapon to its coaching arsenal this summer.
An All-Around Experience Offered To The Irish
When the Notre Dame men's lacrosse team held its first official meeting of the 2013-14 campaign last week, the focus wasn't on the field, rather it was to reemphasize what the program could offer the student-athletes off the field.
Lacrosse Coaching Clinics Return for Another Year
The Duke men�s lacrosse coaching staff once again would like to invite lacrosse coaches of all levels from all over the country to its sixth annual coaching clinics. Led by Duke head coach John Danowski, the staff will put on four clinics over the course of the next four months free of charge.
Ross' $100M to transform U-M athletics
Brandon said he hopes to complete a few projects every year so that the full vision of this transformation could be seen well within the next decade. It seems as though next on the docket will be building practice and competition facilities for the men’s and women’s lacrosse team, as well as renovations and upgrades to the men’s and women’s track building.
Orange Welcomes Second-Ranked Recruiting Class to Campus
Syracuse's 2013-14 men's lacrosse signing class has been ranked No. 2 in the nation by Inside Lacrosse.
Cassese announces Scudder as new men's lacrosse assistant
Former Lehigh men's lacrosse standout Will Scudder '11 has been named a new assistant coach, as announced by head coach Kevin Cassese on Thursday. Scudder replaces Tom Compitello who recently accepted a position at Sacred Heart. Scudder was a former team captain and All-Patriot League honoree as a Mountain Hawk.
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