2018 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Year in Review
The River Hawks advanced to their first ever America East tournament in program history.
Despite a tough schedule and a good RPI, the Quakers went below .500 and could not qualify for the NCAA Tournament.
After a Championship Weekend appearance in 2017, the Tigers scrapped their way to a CAA championship game appearance.
For the first time since 2006, the Tar Heels failed to make it to the NCAA Tournament.
Stony Brook won their fifth America East regular season title in program history thanks to a 5-1 conference record.
The day that the Raiders named a new head coach, we recap their 2018 season.
Harvard posted another 2-4 record in Ivy League play and missed out on the conference tournament for the second straight year.
The Pioneers reached their second straight NEC Tournament appearance, thanks to Max Tuttle and the offense.
As expected, the Hawks took a step backward in 2018, but still contended in the MAAC.
With many players back and some additions for 2019, Marquette will look to be a dark horse to win the Big East.
The Blue Hens returned to the CAA Tournament for the first time since 2014.
St. John’s improved from a single win in 2017, but failed to win a Big East contest for the second straight season.
Just two years removed from their appearance in Championship Weekend, Brown has not been the same since.
The Pride enter 2019 with plenty of holes to fill after having a senior-heavy squad this past season.
The Panthers made it back to the SoCon Tournament thanks to the emergence of one of the best freshmen in the country.
The Black Knights failed to qualify for the Patriot League Tournament for the first time since its inception in 2005.
All five of Drexel’s wins came when the Dragons scored at least 10 goals.
After falling one goal short of a Big East championship in 2017, the Friars failed to qualify for the conference tournament in 2018.
Despite a number of injuries on the offensive side of the ball, the Retrievers boasted the nation’s best defense and goaltender in terms of goals against.
It was a down year for the Falcons in 2018, but their season was dominated off the lacrosse field.
The young Mountaineers team got more experience and a five win season in 2018.
Despite a 4-11 record, the Stags kept most of their games pretty close.
After three seasons of at least .500 or better, the Statesmen recorded their worst record under Greg Raymond.
Despite not playing well outside the SoCon, Furman is a player in the conference tournament and returns plenty of players in 2019.
With a new man at the helm for at least a season, Holy Cross looks to be a player in the Patriot League.
Manhattan went winless in the MAAC, but did provide a near monumental upset against Virginia.
Bellarmine won four games for the third time in four seasons and made a change at head coach in the offseason.
The Seahawks had a down year in 2018.
The Bears once again contended for a spot in the SoCon Tournament.
The Vikings won four games as they played a full Division I schedule in their second year of existence.
After a record setting 2017, Binghamton took a step back in 2018.