Ole Miss announced their 2013-2014 recruiting class yesterday with 17 recruits from 12 different states across the U.S.A.
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Vincent Rubino from the University of South Carolina stops by to give us the full rundown of the Gamecocks’ 2013 season.
One of the great things about this country is how even after the most horrendous events, we unite together to help each other out. After last week’s bombings in Boston, many people have done just that in order to help out those affected most. One of those individuals is Steve Rollins, a senior attackman from the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
It’s been a long wait, but the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (12-4, 4-1) ended an eight year stretch of losses to their cross-state rivals, the University of Georgia (11-4, 3-1), behind 17 saves from freshman goalie Matt Sommerfeldt (Marietta, GA/Pope) by a score of 8-5.
The No. 6 U.S. Coast Guard Academy Men’s Lacrosse team (9-1, 3-0) used a 7-1 second half run that included four goals and an assist by Cadet 2/c E. J. Schmid (Robbinsville, N.J./Robbinsville), to blow open a tight 6-6 game midway through the third quarter.
One of Southern California’s biggest rivalries came to USC Wednesday night as the Trojans hosted the visiting UCLA Bruins. Despite USC’s furious third quarter rally, the Bruins were able to secure their sixth consecutive rivalry win with a 16-13 victory.
In a hostile road environment (FGCU’s Soccer Complex), No. 7 Palm Beach Atlantic (12-1) outlasted No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast (11-3) in a classic rivalry game, 18-13.
After 8 weeks, 3 road trips and 11 games, we’ve reached the final week of our 2013 season. That can only mean one thing: It’s Auburn Week.
This season, Sonoma State has been making their presence felt in the MCLA, notching wins over Cal, Texas, Va Tech, and Pitt, before going up against then #6 Stanford on April 7th.
Make no mistake, this game is for all of the marbles–––or at least a date with No. 4 Liberty University in the first round of the SELC Tournament next weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.
This past weekend, The University of Georgia Bulldogs found themselves in the mountains of Colorado for a little fun and some great lacrosse against #1 Colorado State and #2 Colorado. The adventure that would ensue would prove to be one of the most interesting and challenging weekends of the season thus far.
On Friday, March 29th, that night marked a time in the University of South Florida Bull’s history. For the first time, the University of South Florida Bulls would defeat the University of Florida Gators.
The following Friday, April 5th, the University of South Florida Bulls, would host the University of Central Florida Knights underneath the lights, looking to continue their momentum into the SELC tournament with a win over UCF for the first time in program history.
The No. 7 U.S. Coast Guard Academy Men’s Lacrosse team received goals from seven different players as they posted a convincing 17-7 win over No. 17 Briarcliffe College yesterday at a packed Cadet Memorial Stadium overlooking the Thames Rives.
After one quarter of play against the visiting #21 Georgia Bulldogs on Friday night, the top ranked Colorado State Rams found themselves in the unfamiliar position of trailing 4-1. But the Rams stormed back, scoring nine of the game’s next ten goals over the next 35 minutes of game time to finally put away a pesky and athletic Bulldog team 12-7 on a chilly night on campus in Fort Collins, CO.