Ivy League men's lacrosse outlook for 2015
Team on top: Last season was only the second year in the past 12 that Cornell didn't capture at least a share of the Ivy League championship.
Unscientific Predictions: 2015 Big East Men's Lacrosse Preseason Awards
If last year is any indication, we're about a week away from the Big East announcing their preseason awards, so let's take a crack at predicting how the coaches are going to vote.
Mikelinich leads rise in prominence
Lukas Mikelinich has progressed as a student, athlete and all-around person, much like the Lehigh men's lacrosse program he's now leading.
Brown Men Sign Unique Anti-Sexual Violence Pledge
Signing a pledge is nothing new for college lacrosse teams. Teams often sign pledges in regards to abstaining from alcohol during the season, but the Brown University men's lacrosse team may have broken new ground by signing a pledge related to preventing sexual violence.
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 6 North Carolina
Fair or no, the question for North Carolina in recent years remains - can they make it back to the semifinals? With the likes of Joe Sankey and Jimmy Bitter returning at attack and much of the Top 10 defense in the fold once again, the talent shouldn't be an issue. Can Joe Breschi and Co. finally get over that hump and back to championship weekend?
Trinity-Pawling (NY) 2015 MF Nolan commits to Hobart
Trinity-Pawling School (NY) 2015 midfielder Chris Nolan has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Hobart College.
MLAX to Host NYC Alumni Gathering
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse program will hold its Fourth Annual NYC Alumni Gathering at Hurley’s in New York City on Wednesday, Jan. 28, beginning at 6 p.m.
Irish to start year with high hopes
Coming off a national championship loss, No. 2 Notre Dame takes the field at Loftus Sports Center for the first time in 2015 this Sunday for an exhibition match against Bellarmine.
Scrimmage Notes: Denver vs. Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins led Denver by a goal after three quarters and went on a six-goal run during a substitution-filled fourth period, winning 14-8 (unofficially) at Homewood Field on Saturday during both teams’ first scrimmage of 2015.
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: Enemy Lines 10-6
If there's anyone who knows a team almost as well as its own coach, it's the opposing coaches who have to game-plan for them at least once (or in the case of conference tournaments, twice) each year. With that in mind, we asked various coaches to give us their take on squads in our 2015 Nike/Lacrosse Magazine preseason rankings.