How come courts don't issue sentences that include receiving wedgies for life?
Reaction, Highlights: No. 12 Penn 11, Saint Joseph's 10 (OT)
Penn junior attackman Nick Doktor scored with less than a minute remaining in OT, capping a dramatic comeback for the No. 12 Quakers and securing a 11-10 win against Saint Joseph's on Tuesday night.
Hot Pot: Does D1 Lacrosse Start Too Early?
Does D1 Lacrosse start too early in the year? Are all these February games verging on ridiculous, or is this the way things will go moving forward? Is it good or bad for the game? This issue has been on the minds of many, and it’s an interesting set of questions, so now that we’re seeing it in action, let’s dive right in!
Independent Power Rankings: Few Teams, Red Foxes
Every week we will highlight various storylines from the Independent teams in our Power Rankings. Everything will be ranked from worst to best – starting with the lowlights.
Delaware gets commitment from Lovett School (GA) 2016 FO Matthews
The Lovett School (GA) 2016 FO Crosby Matthews has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the University of Delaware.
Vine of the Day: Warren Hill Breaks Stick, Doesn’t Care, Makes Save
Isn't the rule that play stops when a goalie breaks his stick?
Zed Williams Twister Against Drexel
Another treat from Zed.
Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse knows "it's North Carolina" next on schedule
Three weeks into the 2015 regular season, Johns Hopkins will face its first top five opponent, and the challenge is daunting.
Maryland men's lacrosse faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa and wings seeking cohesion
Charlie Raffa’s senior year didn’t get off to the start Maryland had been hoping for.
Bitter Forecast Creates A Saturday Men's And Women's Lax Doubleheader
The frigid temperatures forecast for Friday in Central New Jersey have led to a change in the lacrosse schedule at Princeton University for the weekend.
Penn men's lacrosse beats Saint Joseph's 11-10 in overtime
Don’t call it a comeback.
Duke Lacrosse Coach Reaches Milestone with 350th Win
About month after celebrating the 1,000th career win of Duke Men’s Basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, another Duke coach recently reached a historic NCAA milestone. Duke Men’s Lacrosse coach John Danowski won his 350th career game over the weekend after a 16-6 win over Mercer. Danowski becomes the 2nd Division I coach to reach the 350-win mark and the 4th overall.
Talkow enjoys strong start for men’s lacrosse
At the heart of the Boston University men’s lacrosse team’s strong start to the season has been a balanced and diverse stream of offensive output, starting with sophomore midfielder Sam Talkow’s fine play at the faceoff X to win possession for the Terriers’ (2-0).
Brody Eastwood’s hat trick not enough in men’s lacrosse team’s loss to St. John’s
After coming away with an easy win over Manhattan in its season opener last weekend, the Stony Brook men’s lacrosse team looked to improve to 2-0 on Saturday when the team, traveled to Queens to take on St. John’s.
LACROSSE: Bulldogs look to rebound, return to NCAAs
After a 2013 season that resulted in the Bulldogs’ best showing in decades, last year’s men’s lacrosse team scuffled to a 9–5 finish, ending the season with consecutive one-goal losses to Harvard and missing the NCAA tournament for the first time in three years.
MLax Week One: Amid Turmoil, Winning and Learning
Duke began its pursuit of a third consecutive NCAA championship with a pair of games over the weekend. On Saturday, the Blue Devils travelled down 40/85 to face High Point, and came away with a hard-fought 16-13 win over the Panthers. On Sunday, Air Force came to town for a rematch of last year's NCAA tournament game, and Duke won handily, 13-7.
With Currier Emerging as Potent Midfield Force, Tiger Men’s Lax Tops Manhattan 14-4 in Opener
Hailing from Canada, Zach Currier felt at home as snow fell throughout the second half when the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team opened its season by hosting Manhattan last Saturday.