In a rematch of last season’s National Semifinal game that ended with Davenport advancing after a four overtime win, it was again the Panthers who would come out on top with a 7-6 win in overtime.
The third-ranked Westminster College men’s lacrosse team opened the season ending road trip with a 15-7 win over Fort Lewis on Friday night.
The #4 Colorado State Rams stretched a 6-2 halftime advantage into a 9-2 lead just minutes into the third quarter and then held on to beat RMLC rival Utah 12-8 on an increasingly chilly afternoon at Colorado State University on Friday.
Scott MacPherson is back on the SELC Blog writing about the biggest SELC college lacrosse games of interest this weekend. Division titles are on the line all over the place. It’s a big weekend of Southeast Lax!
For the remaining game of their regular season, the University of Minnesota Duluth men’s lacrosse team will bring the opponent to Bulldog territory.
The No. 2 BYU Men’s Lacrosse team (13-2, 3-1) defeated the Utah State University Aggies (3-5, 1-1) 27-2 Wednesday night in Provo.
Davenport will look to get back on track after a tough loss to 13 SCAD last weekend when they take on #2 Grand Valley State at 7:30 PM at Lowell High School.
The University of Colorado Men’s Lacrosse team will take on the University of Utah Pioneers this week after the annual spring football game.
After a couple of big wins, the Clemson Tigers Men’s Lacrosse team has suffered through a losing streak, injuries and it’s almost playoff time. How will they regroup?
This weekend the men’s and women’s club lacrosse teams will be facing off against the University of Pittsburgh and Northeastern University in a doubleheader to benefit Cystic Fibrosis (CF).
It seems like Mysterious Forces have attacked the SELC D1 lacrosse scene! All but one team are infected it seems. Scott MacPherson tries to make some sense out of the most competitive D1 AND D2 conference in the MCLA.
It’s Wednesday and you know what that means, week 9 of MCLA Fan’s Photo of the Week!
Looking to improve to 5-1 over their last six games, No. 23 Simon Fraser posted their fourth out-of-conference victory of 2012 with a 13-7 win over No. 17 Texas.
After four years, Alex Schultes, the longest tenured men’s lacrosse coach at the University of Miami has announced his resignation along with his entire coaching staff effective the end of the season.
Scott MacPherson is back on MCLAFan with a run down of what we learned this week! He hits on Virginia Tech, Clemson, Georgia, Coastal Carolina, SCAD and so much more! College lacrosse in the SELC is TIGHT this year!
Using their relentless offensive attack, Palm Beach Atlantic jolted Georgia Southern for ten straight goals on the way to a 15-7 victory.
Scott MacPherson is back on MCLAFan with some top level highlights from the recent Coast Carolina Vs Elon MCLA SELC D2 men’s lacrosse match up! We’ve got a sweet goal, a nasty takeaway and a great save!
Davenport opened the weekend with a win against seventh-ranked Briarcliffe. The Panthers held off a late rally by the Bulldogs for a 8-7 win. In the second game of the weekend, Davenport came back from two down late in the third to tie the game but a late goal from SCAD gave the Bees a one goal advantage. A SCAD goal with a second left sealed the loss for the Panthers.
The #2 Colorado State Rams rallied from five down to make it a one-goal game in the fourth quarter against #3 Brigham Young but were unable to complete the comeback in a disappointing 8-6 loss to their RMLC rivals on Saturday night.
The No. 15 University of Colorado Men’s Lacrosse team (6-5, 1-0) defeated No. 3 BYU (11-2, 1-1) Thursday night in Boulder, Colo., with a score of 11-9.