It’s early, but there is nothing stopping anyone from making a list of Power Rankings right now for the MCLA. Thanks to Lacrosse Magazine’s Jac Coyne, we’ve got a set of rankings for you to get your peepers on.
The Hoosiers announce their 2012 slate featuring the Indianapolis Shootout, the Chicago Shootout, and a spring break trip to Florida.
Editor’s Note: Please welcome Kyle Stinchcomb and the Clemson Men’s Lacrosse Team to LAS! The guys on this up and coming MCLA D1 Lax squad from the south will be blogging with LAS all season long, and we’re extremely excited to be able to show you the insides of a southern MCLA program like Clemson. Kyle will be leading the way on the blogging front for Clemson, so we’ll let him take it away! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I’d like to just start…
The full monty on Day 1 of the MCLA Summer Meetings in Greenville, with forum complainers noticeably absent…
What would happen if the MCLA gets sentimental and wants to keep a team at Michigan? Very bad things.
Noah Hilsgen brings us some photos from the Alumni Game at UNC Charlotte.
This weekend, I will be taking part in the MCLA Summer Meetings in Greenville, South Carolina, the new home for the MCLA National Tournament in 2012 and 2013. I’ll be providing coverage on all the discussion points and will hopefully be able to bring you interviews from the vast array of opinions that exist about the MCLA.
It’s finally here! BHS Video dad has done it again for the Ducks with another great video of their 2011 MCLA Tournament appearance. Check it out!
On Friday, the Allstate Sugar Bowl got its social media groove on and conducted an advertising blitz for its 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl College Lacrosse Classic.
It was only a few days after I wrote a piece on the lack of high quality video documenting MCLA teams’ games, seasons, and players that an announcement came: Grove City is stepping up to the challenge.
In deliciously understated form, the 2011 MCLA Scholar Athletes and Coaches of the Year for Divisions I and II were announced on Sunday.
In general, there is a lack of visual highlights for MCLA lacrosse on the interwebz. The most striking exception comes from Eugene, Oregon.
Mercurial program. Turbulent administration. Precedent of upheaval. All of these came into play in the recent heist within the MCLA.
Peter Nelson, three time All American at Minnesota Duluth and former Minnetonka (MN) varsity assistant coach, has been named assistant lacrosse coach at Indiana University.
Are you a PNCLL alumnus? Do you want to lax it up with fellow PNCLL alums in a festival of Northwestiness? Now is your chance!
The Lindenwood athletic department announced on June 9th what most had been suspecting for awhile
So right this very second, depending on your perspective, the very best coaching job in the MCLA may be open to application.