Brigham Young and Simon Fraser met in Boise for a top-20 battle that lived up to all the hype surrounding the game. Check out press releases from both squads on the match.
The BYU Men’s Lacrosse Team defeated Boise State University 15-3 at Bronco Stadium in Boise on Friday evening.
Scott MacPherson takes a look at the SELC D2 games from the previous weeks action and ranks the teams.
Scott MacPherson takes a look at the SELC D1 games from the previous weeks action and ranks the teams.
Clemson LSM Kyle Stinchcomb takes us through the first few games of Clemson’s 2012 season. The Tigers have already taken on a few MCLA D1 opponents as well as Limstone College (NCAA D2) and High Point University (Future NCAA D1).
The United States Coast Guard Academy Men’s Lacrosse team has announced its schedule for the upcoming 2012 season. The schedule includes eight regular season games and a spring break trip to Florida to face several perennial fixtures at the top of their conferences and in the MCLA D-II Top 25.
Weekends are the most fun in the MCLA, so we wouldn’t ever want to make you go in unprepared. We highlight the best gear from the week and scope out a bunch great match-ups for the weekend.
No. 18 Simon Fraser opened the 2012 regular season on Saturday, February 4 with a 16-12 win over regional PNCLL Division II opponent Western Washington. They will face MCLA D1 National Champion Brigham Young on Saturday and Boise State on Sunday.
Scott MacPherson looks back at the past week’s SELC D1 lacrosse action and lets loose with opinion, and what this all means moving forward! Tomorrow we get out first set of SELC Power Rankings for both D2 and D1!
Scott MacPherson is back on MCLAFan with a recap of the SELC D2 season so far! What have we learned, who is looking up, and what can we expect moving forward?
We take a look at the MCLA DII No. 1 ranked Davenport Men’s Lax team headed into their first game of the season on Saturday against MCLA DI No. 6 Michigan State. Today’s feature is on the offensive unit, and we will cover the midfield, defense and goalies later.
A couple weeks ago, we heard some rumors flying around concerning Davenport and a possible move to the MCLA D1. I emailed Coach Clarkson to see if he could comment on the possible move, his response was soon followed-up by some interesting news from Davenport University.
Palm Beach Atlantic opened up their season with a nice win over Florida International University.
The Vandals are back! Check out Sophomore Midfielder Colin Cain’s first post of the 2012 season as the Vandals get ready for a couple trips to California.
MCLA teams are taking 2012 by storm. The University of Tennessee, Boston College, and now the University of Richmond have even gone as far as obtaining sponsorships from an apparel company out of Massachusetts. What’s this mean for the growth of the MCLA?
It isn’t often that a press release really grabs your attention. When a MCLA player is writing the press release though, and it is VERY well done, it grabs ours.
The Cornhuskers just got outfitted for their 2012 campaign from head to toe. So much new swag!
We all have a passion to play this great sport, but is passion by itself enough to allow us to? Costs are still a roadblock for growth and we see it every year. How can we help others clear this obstacle?
With the season finally underway, you can guarantee more and more MCLA content on everything from gear photos and team highlights to press releases on who will be leading each team to their 2012 goals. Here is a little sampler to keep you going through the week.