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Shawn Nadelen says improving faceoffs "No. 1 priority" for Towson men's lacrosse - Baltimore Sun
During Shawn Nadelen’s three-year tenure as Towson’s head coach, the team has never won at least 50 percent of its faceoffs. In fact, the Tigers haven’t won more than they’ve lost since 2009 when that squad won 55.1 percent.
Syracuse Lacrosse: Scrimmage Recap & Former Orange Receive Awards
Syracuse took on the Hofstra Pride and its Division II neighbor, Le Moyne College, on Saturday.
2015 Preview: VMI Keydets
Brian Anken begins his fifth season in Lexington, and his twelfth year as a college head coach after successful stints as Mars Hill and Lycoming.
2015 HPU men’s lacrosse preview
The High Point University men's lacrosse team enters the 2015 season, its third year of competition, looking to take the next step as a program.
Johns Hopkins-Loyola Men's Lacrosse Scrimmage Postponed
The Johns Hopkins-Loyola men's lacrosse scrimmage, which was scheduled to take place at Homewood Field on Saturday, January 31 at 1 pm, has been postponed. There is no plan to reschedule the scrimmage.
The Next Level: Michigan natives playing Division-1 lacrosse in 2015
Our annual look at Michigan natives who are playing college lacrosse at division-1 institutions this spring.
Mercer Lacrosse To Participate in Every Yards for Yeards Campaign
The Mercer men's and women's lacrosse teams have partnered to participate in the Every Yards for Yeards campaign and will collectively run one million yards in a month.
Lasagna: What 'Face of College Lacrosse' Means
It should come as no surprise that Lyle Thompson and Myles Jones grace the cover of the February issue of Inside Lacrosse magazine. Their sheer joy for competition and jaw-dropping skills delight fans and send opposing coaches scurrying for answers. They are dominant individuals and valued teammates that define their success as inextricable from the team mission.
Men’s Lacrosse Announces Captains for 2015 Season
University of Vermont men's lacrosse head coach Ryan Curtis has announced that senior Andrew Buckanavage and junior Bryan Capone will captain the team for the upcoming season.
2015 NCAA Preview: Albany
Good news for lacrosse fans is bad news for Albany’s opponents: The team is practicing its offense at an even higher tempo this preseason, coach Scott Marr says, and aims to play faster in 2015.
2015 NCAA Preview: Lehigh
Lehigh faces its toughest test since Kevin Cassese turned the Mountain Hawks into a perennial Patriot League contender and Top 20 team.
Friends, Family, Teammates Remember Huber at Vigil
On a turf field typically reserved for practices and games, hundreds gathered on a cold Thursday night for a candlelight vigil to remember the life of Jeremy Huber, the Johns Hopkins freshman defenseman found dead Monday morning in his dorm room.
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 1 Denver
With three NCAA semifinal appearances in the last four years, the Pioneers have been knocking on the door of becoming the a historic first western team to win a Division I men's national title. But coach Bill Tierney, who knows a bit about what it's like to hoist the trophy on Memorial Day from his days at Princeton, and Matt Brown, his assistant and offensive coordinator for Canada's gold medal team in Denver last summer, have more tools than ever with a tremendously talented lineup in the Mile High City.
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 2 Notre Dame
With show-stopping offensive stars and a defensive system that routinely plugs new players in with outstanding results, Notre Dame is easily one of the top teams in the nation as 2015 gets underway. Twice the Irish have gone all the way to the NCAA finals, but twice Duke has gotten the better of them. Will this be the year for the Irish?
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 3 Duke
With three NCAA crowns in five years, is it time to start discussing John Danowski's Duke teams as a dynastic cycle like Princeton in the late 1990s or Cornell in the late 1970s? Perhaps. But what happens on the field this spring will color that discussion greatly, as the Blue Devils lost a ton of talent to graduation, but return a new set of budding stars like Myles Jones and Deemer Class to take over the reigns. The ACC lost Maryland as its sixth team, but is still arguably the toughest conference from top-to-bottom, so look for Duke to face plenty of tough tests throughout the season. Can they come through to Memorial Day once again?
College Lacrosse Preview: Southern Conference
The Southern Conference will see Air Force join their ranks in 2016, but for 2015, the Southern Conference will play host to seven teams: Bellarmine, High Point, Mercer, Furman, Richmond, VMI, and Jacksonville make up the conference this year, and it’s going to be a competitive push to see who the top dog will be by season’s end.
College Lacrosse Conference Preview: Big East
The Big East men’s lacrosse conference should be rock solid this year, as the conference is home to a national title contender and a couple of other programs well positioned to make a jump in the NCAA D1 men’s lacrosse landscape. Rutgers has departed from the conference and joined the Big Ten, but there are still teams in the Big East and that means there is a highly coveted AQ bid on the line!
Retro Video: Duke vs. Notre Dame 2013
No idea why this was just posted to Vimeo but we’ll take it.
The Difference Between Duke and Notre Dame in 2014
It takes 30 seconds of absurd spider cam footage to realize the difference between ND and Duke’s offensive talent.
2015 Preview: Lafayette Leopards
Biggest Question Mark: That elusive fourth win.
2015 Preview: Albany Great Danes
Biggest Question Mark: How great will Lyle Thompson be without his supporting cast?
DU’s Lacrosse Team Uses Drones To Perfect Game
The University of Denver’s lacrosse team is using a high-tech tool to get a birds-eye view of what happens when they hit the field– drones.
Ohio State men’s lacrosse focused on final preseason game against Duke
The last time the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team faced the Duke Blue Devils was Feb. 5, 2011.
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Coach Dave Pietramala Hopes To Honor, Celebrate Memory Of Jeremy Huber
Johns Hopkins will remember and honor the memory of Jeremy Huber during a candlelight vigil at 7 p.m. Jan. 29. The freshman lacrosse player was found dead in his dorm room Jan. 26.
Mercer Men’s Lacrosse Team prepares for SoCon debute
After a record-breaking season in 2014, the Mercer Men’s Lacrosse Team is prepared to take on the Southern Conference in 2015.
Dream big, Syracuse lacrosse fans — It’s ‘championship or bust’
"It’s pretty much championship or bust at this point."