What league looks the strongest? What league looks to have the best race?
The Stags had their season fizzle out in the ECAC Tournament final.
The Falcons pushed into the NCAA Tournament last spring after winning the ECAC Tournament.
It never quite came together for Ohio State last spring.
The Knights strung together yet another solid season.
Michigan isn't all growed up . . . yet.
Highlighting some of the best of college lacrosse in 2014.
The Devils built a nine-goal halftime lead and shrugged off every pop the Falcons gave them.
Here's what the top seed in the tournament is looking at.
The Falcons went into the half up 6-1 and cruised over the final 30 minutes.
The Spiders made The Big Barbeque in their first go as a Division I team. Can they knock off the Falcons at altitude?
The Falcons are in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1988.
More of what you missed yesterday.
The final edition of the ECAC Tournament is next up in THE FACEOFF's conference championship previews.
It's the last ECAC Tournament ever.
Ohio State's mascot has some skills, but what's his ceiling?
Super fun times!
The Stags kept their momentum going with a mid-week win over the Bison.
There aren't easy answers when it comes to the Stags this season.
Which teams have demanded your attention so far this season?
The ACC is your dark lord.
The Buckeyes showed some life -- but not enough of it -- against the Pios.
The Stags stormed back into the national conversation after knocking of the Elis at home.
The Keydets' win isn't all that bonkers when you look at how VMI earned the victory.
A day with this many big games deserves its own infographic.
This is what happens when someone uses all the Clue weapons to commit a crime.
How will the Wolverines try and score against the Jays?
In case you went to bed at a sensible hour last night, here's Nick Mariano's winner against Ohio State.
Can the Canadian follow in the footsteps of a fellow countryman for the Buckeyes?
The Nittany Lions crushed the Wolverines this past weekend. These are words about that soul-crushing.
The Buckeyes stormed back late, but it was the Jays that would ultimately earn the triple overtime victory at Homewood.
10. John Glesener (ARMY); 9. Joey Sankey (UNC); 8. Jesse King (OSU); 7. Austin Kaut (PSU); 6. Joe Fletcher (LOY); 5. Wes Berg (DEN); 4. Jordan Wolf (DUKE); 3. Kieran McArdle (SJU); 2. Tom Schreiber (PRI); 1. Lyle Thompson (ALB)