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Dixon's Takeaways: Monmouth's First Win, Princeton's New Do-It-All Middie, More
As the calendar flips from February to March fans were treated to a solid slate of games. A couple of teams had travel experiences that would rival any scene out of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Some faced their first real tests of the season, discovering success, as well as areas of vulnerability, but all the while the level of play continues to be high.
Tuesdays w/ Corey: More Denver, Albany's Long Trip Home
We posted a feature story on Denver offensive coordinator Matt Brown on Friday that can also be found in the March issue of Lacrosse Magazine. For space reasons, some worthwhile information didn't reach the print cut. Here are the leftovers, which make more sense after reading the original story first.
Marquette Lacrosse Off to Golden Start
The Marquette Golden Eagles men’s lacrosse team is off to the program’s best start in their 3 year history. Already 5-0, 2015 marks the first time the team has ever won their opening game, been above .500 and obviously the first time with any sort of undefeated record.
Desko discusses injury to FOGO Williams, looks at alternative options at X
Ben Williams touched his right knee to the ground and leaned in for the faceoff at the start of the fourth quarter, just as he had 85 other times for Syracuse this year.
#UAlbanyMLAXRoadTrip: Great Danes Back in Albany After 31-Hour Bus Ride
After 30 hours, 43 minutes and 23 seconds traveling on a bus, the Great Danes lacrosse team is back in Albany.
CT 2016 football star Nico Ragaini's college future is in lacrosse at Albany
On the football field, Nico Ragaini has been described as a "flash of lightning."
Wall Township (NJ) 2017 D Joe Belko finds a perfect college fit close to home in Monmouth
Belko is a technically sound position defender with a high lacrosse IQ and high level of skill.
CAA Power Rankings: For Better or Worse
It was a bad week for the teams of the CAA. Only Towson was able to come away with a win. The conference has fallen to a combined 8-17 and schedules are not getting any easier.
Princeton Performs Devastating Pick at GLE
Gavin McBride could have had a ten minute tea party he was so open coming off that pick. He almost makes the play harder on eventual goal scorer Kip Orban by throwing him the ball instead of shooting it. Orban’s back is towards the goal which forces him to catch, turn, fake and finish. Not a lot of folks have the composure to do that. Sounds a lot more complex than McBride shooting it himself. Ruthless pick at GLE either way.
Division I Rookie Watch: Duke, G’town, Monmouth, Princeton, Hopkins, Navy, Detroit
College lacrosse really took off this weekend, pleasing fans with phenomenal ESPNU games like Denver-UNC, Princeton-Hopkins and, to a lesser degree, UVA-Syracuse. Additional live streams were everywhere as well, showcasing some of the best freshmen in the country and providing intriguing results, whether it was the little guys or tournament titans of Division I.
Despite offensive improvement, John Tillman said Maryland men's lacrosse still "a work in progress"
After scoring just 14 goals in its first two games, Maryland has exploded (relatively speaking) for 11 and 12 goals in victories over then-No. 11 Penn and Drexel, respectively.
Wilson, Dearth lead explosive offense for men's lacrosse
After being held under 10 goals in each of its two previous games, the Boston University men’s lacrosse team’s offense erupted in a 15-7 victory over the University of Vermont on Saturday.
NOTEBOOK: Maryland men's lacrosse defense remains steady
Only one current undergraduate student at this university has earned Inside Lacrosse First Team All-American honors: senior Goran Murray.
Men’s lacrosse holds off Fairfield
With the stinging memory of a heartbreaking fourth-quarter collapse to St. John’s in mind, the Stony Brook’s men’s lacrosse team was able to fend off a billowing Fairfield team and take a 10-9 home win.
Suspended lacrosse players return to Lehigh, team
After previously being suspended from the team after an off-campus incident, three Lehigh men’s lacrosse players are officially re-enrolled in the university and back on the team.
Rutgers Lacrosse: an ugly week on and off the banks
Men and women a combined 0-3.
Maryland Men's LAX Neufeldt named B1G Defensive Player of the Week
It was an impressive week for freshman long stick midfielder Matt Neufeldt as the Terps men's lacrosse team picked up wins over Penn and Drexel. Neufeldt's work didn't go unnoticed as he was named the B1G Defensive Player of the Week.
Syracuse 15 - Virginia 9: Five Big Takeaways
Syracuse is the new No. 1 team in the nation after picking apart Virginia on Sunday. Let's discuss the big takeaways from the win.