The Oregon Ducks traveled to Canada to take on the Simon Fraser Clan in a traditional PNCLL rivalry game. SFU jumped out to a 3-0 lead before the Ducks tied the game at 3-all at the end of the first quarter. SFU held a 6-4 lead midway through the third quarter. Quickly following, the Clan went on a five goal run and took a 15-5 win to claim first place in the PNCLL.
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With a huge PNCLL DI game against Chapman that doesn’t involve University of Oregon and the PNCLL DII match-up of the year happening this weekend, find out here what you should watch for.
With three teams in the Top 25 for the MCLA DII, the PNCLL is starting off the 2014 season strong. Check out this article to find a short summary of each PNCLL DII team and find out how they are looking this season.
Tanner Job is back to talk the Clan and their 3-1 start to the 2014 MCLA season. Be sure to watch the video reel from the season’s start!
Another photo blast from our friend Robert White, this time from the Arizona vs. OSU matchup at the Pac-12 Shootout in Los Angeles.
Big games are coming up, what should you watch for in the PNCLL for the weekend of 2/28 – 3/2?
Oregon State squared off against Cal game, which was part of the Pac-12 Shootout in Los Angeles. The Beavers won the game 11-8 on the campus of UCLA, check out the pics from the event!
Henry Richenstein is commenting on the current standings and results of the PNCLL DI after the first couple weeks of play.
Photographer Robert White made his may to the Oregon vs. Western Oregon scrimmage in Eugene on 2/1. Here are a ton of photos from the event!
Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division. Today we review the PNCLL Division 1.
To an athlete, it doesn’t get much better than playing at home. It means no travel, no hotels, no rowdy opposing fans. It means playing in a familiar place, not losing valuable sleep from travel and, best of all, having close friends cheering for you and jeering at whoever is unfortunate enough to have to play against you on a given weekend.
Tanner Job, a freshman defenseman for Simon Fraser, will be blogging about what it means to play lacrosse in a new country and what it means to be a member of the SFU Clan.
Leading in to the 2014 MCLA season we will be breaking down and grading the schedules for every conference and the teams in each division. Today we review the PNCLL Division 2.
Ryan Mulvaney, midfielder for the College of Idaho, will be blogging on the experiences of the Yotes lacrosse team this season. Ryan is a non-traditional student who grew up playing lacrosse in Chicago, Il. We look forward to hearing Ryan’s unique perspective on the development of the C of I program.