"Chips and a pickle" is the best side dish ever.
Top 10 Stories of 2014
The 2014 NCAA Tournament was bound to get off to a bang given it’d be the first time that the Dance would feature two play-in games the Wednesday before the round of 16. The intrigue ticked up a little bit when first-year program Richmond won the Atlantic Sun (which will be the Southern Conference in 2015) and headed to Air Force, making a long-awaited return to the tourney itself.
Springfield-Montco (PA) 2017 LSM/DEF Baughan commits to Syracuse
Springfield-Montco (PA) 2017 LSM/defenseman George Baughan has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Syracuse University.
Myles The Man for Duke Lacrosse
Years ago, when Duke midfielder Myles Jones was a middle-school kid whose athletic gifts were obvious, while his penchant for class-clown antics occasionally landed him in the principal's office, his irritated father would tell his popular son of expectations that now ring prophetically true.
2015 Preview: Denver Pioneers
An official face-off has not begun yet, but the Denver Pioneers have already made a splash. The Pios come into the 2015 season as Inside Lacrosse’s #1 preseason team, but that #1 ranking comes with the biggest question mark: Can they validate that by winning it all?
Somers (NY) standout Tyler DeVito continues Tuskers' tradition with Quinnipiac lacrosse
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound DeViot, a natural rightly who is strong with both hands, is a playmaker on offense with outstanding field vision and a high lacrosse IQ.
212 player commits to Air Force
Alec Meyer, junior attackman for Juan Diego High School and 212 Select, has committed to play for the NCAA Division-I U.S. Air Force Academy.
Your Edge - Overhand Shooting with Hopkins' Ryan Brown
In this installment of Your Edge, learn Johns Hopkins attackman Ryan Brown's keys to shooting overhand and how he put up 8 goals against Syracuse in 2014.
College lacrosse world mourns another player death, Hofstra defender Joe Ferriso
Joe Ferriso, a sophomore defenseman at Hofstra, passed away at age 19.
Lyle Thompson, Albany and Matt Kavanagh, Notre Dame
I'm going to cheat and offer two players to watch in college lacrosse. Any observer would have to begin with Albany senior attackman Lyle Thompson, who shared last year’s Tewaaraton Award with older brother Miles.