The Jays have advanced to Championship Weekend for the first time since 2008.
The Pioneers are headed back to Championship Weekend.
The Irish outscored Albany 6-1 in the final quarter to advance to Philadelphia for Championship Weekend.
The Lacrosse Magazine staff got together and said words about lacrosse.
Trust me. This stuff is going to happen.
Turning on the lacrosse computing machine to set the stage for this coming weekend's NCAA Tournament games.
Booker has feelings. These are those feelings.
.@SportsAuthField couldnt be in better shape ahead of Saturday's @NCAA_Lax #DenverQuarterfinal pic.twitter.com/R8Nq3XIl3d— Denver Mens Lacrosse (@DU_MLAX) May 14, 2015
.@SportsAuthField couldnt be in better shape ahead of Saturday's @NCAA_Lax #DenverQuarterfinal pic.twitter.com/R8Nq3XIl3d
If you look very closely you can see that there's no snow.
A fantastic weekend of lacrosse awaits you. Let THE FACEOFF be your guide.
Can North Carolina avenge its regular season loss to Maryland?
Can Johns Hopkins beat Syracuse for the first time since 2012?
Can Ohio State replicate its regular season upset of Denver?
The weekend kicks off with a beauty.
Syracuse has advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament after dumping Marist into Onondaga Lake.
The Tar Heels won a freaky offensive show at Fetzer Field.
The Pioneers have progressed to yet another quarterfinals appearance.
The Blue Jays have advanced to the quarterfinals after smashing Virginia's face.
New hidden ball trick. Wells gave the ball to Brown, lead 12-1 with 3:12 in Q2 pic.twitter.com/pwW8IXcIap— Terry Foy (@TerenceFoy) May 10, 2015
New hidden ball trick. Wells gave the ball to Brown, lead 12-1 with 3:12 in Q2 pic.twitter.com/pwW8IXcIap
When the shots are falling, the shots are falling. Wells Stanwick on the circus shot and Hopkins up big early at UVa pic.twitter.com/SIEAX86uks— Sean Burns (@burnsiah) May 10, 2015
When the shots are falling, the shots are falling. Wells Stanwick on the circus shot and Hopkins up big early at UVa pic.twitter.com/SIEAX86uks
There are behind the back finishes and there are behind the back finishes while falling down.
The Buckeyes pulled a stunning upset to advance to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Irish struggled early but were able to accelerate past the Tigers in the second half.
The Terps scored the last four goals of the game to secure a trip to the quarterfinal round.
@LaxFilmRoom here it is. I've watched it 20 times I am almost positive it's a goal. pic.twitter.com/mi6gTVfBT0— Mark Millon (@markmillon) May 9, 2015
@LaxFilmRoom here it is. I've watched it 20 times I am almost positive it's a goal. pic.twitter.com/mi6gTVfBT0
The net moves. It's really close.
The Great Danes have advanced to the Denver regional.
Are you kidding me?!? Blaze Riorden goes coast-to-coast! #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/bJG3bmDCBP— America East (@AmericaEast) May 9, 2015
Are you kidding me?!? Blaze Riorden goes coast-to-coast! #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/bJG3bmDCBP
Albany is the best.
Notre Dame is heavily favored against the Tigers.
The Red Foxes will travel to the Carrier Dome looking to deal Syracuse its second first round defeat in as many seasons.
Upstate -- stand up!
It's going to be close in Charlottesville.
Terps-Bulldogs is basically a 50-50 proposition.