There are no games today. Thursday is useless.
Maryland men's lacrosse: Tillman speaks. Todd listens.
It's the second edition of Todd's Take where we have a little fun with Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman's post game press conference and, we hope, provide insight along the way. This week's post features bonus quotes from Matt Dunn.
McEwen FOGO Ratings: Week 4
The big change at the top of this week’s ratings comes from the inclusion of Cornell’s Domenic Massimilian in the ratings. He makes his debut in fourth.
Reaction: Navy 8, No. 15 Towson 7 (3OT)
In a men's lacrosse game between No. 15 Towson and Navy beset by a chilly rain, 39 combined turnovers and just 15 goals on 69 shots, perhaps it's fitting that the matchup ended on a broken play.
Lambrecht: Signs of Life in Early Season for Navy
If this early-season, sign of life proves to be a hint of things to come in Annapolis, where Navy has been starved for success since slipping late in the Richie Meade era, the men's lacrosse team probably will point to a cold, dreary afternoon in early March as the day the Midshipmen truly began to regenerate.
Your Edge: Own the Ground with Mike Pellegrino
Lacrosse is a possession-based game. So when you have your chance to gain control or take it away from the opponent, like when a loose ball is down for the taking, Johns Hopkins senior long-stick midfielder Mike Pellegrino believes you better make the most of the opportunity.
What have been the keys to the best defensive start for Syracuse lacrosse since its 2009 national title?
Syracuse has lived up its billing as having one of the nation's top offenses. And there have been few bigger surprises in college lacrosse than the dominance Ben Williams has shown at the X.
6-foot-3 Rochester (NY)-area 2018 D Mike Novitsky will go from Victor to Virginia
At first glance, Mike Novitsky already looks like a major Division I player.
Salisbury (CT) A Teioshontathe McComber gives Albany lacrosse its first freshman commit
The University at Albany men's lacrosse program made history last month.
Vine of the Day: Matt Kavanagh Sweeney Todds the Dartmouth Defense
How is someone quick enough to spilt defenders on his upfield and downfield shoulder?
Southern Conference Power Rankings: Waiting for Conference Play
Every week we will highlight and rank the various games, players and storylines from each team in the first year Southern Conference.
Patriot League Power Rankings: On Masonry and other Skilled Trades
Every week we will highlight various storylines from the Patriot League in our Power Rankings. Everything will be ranked from worst to best – starting with the unranked items that couldn’t quite crack the big board, but are still worth mentioning.
Ivy Power Rankings: The Zach Currier Bandwagon
I hate the overuse of the word. According to ESPN and others, Cornell upset Albany (really? really?), Princeton upset Hopkins (look at JHU’s record thus far—not so surprising), and Penn State upset Penn (in a battle of two underperforming teams).
N-C-double "eh?": War Horses
This week featured matchups between some of the premier Canadian talent in the NCAA. If these games had been broadcast on CBC or TSN they would have been must-see TV. I bet even Don Cherry and Ron McLean could get behind these guys.
Syracuse Lacrosse: Ben Williams Watch 2015
First off, according to the man himself, Ben Williams is good to go and will be ready to face the St. John's Red Storm. So that is good news.
Impact has a price for men in lacrosse
But impact has a price.
TigerBlog: A Look At Lax
Johns Hopkins defeated Princeton 14-5 at Homewood Field in 2004. This game is significant for two reasons.
Is Marquette A Lacrosse School Now?
I mean, the evidence is on the table.