UCLA Men’s Lacrosse is pleased to welcome two new assistant coaches to Westwood for the 2013-2014 academic year: George Buckley (Duke ’05) and Matt Gibson (Yale ’12). Buckley, a four-time letter winner at Duke, will coach the UCLA defense. Gibson, a two-time First Team All-American at Yale and the 2012 Rookie of the Year in Major League Lacrosse, will coach the Bruins’ offense.
It is still October, just in case you don’t own a calendar, which means we are still in a full fight against women’s cancers. This coming weekend the Florida Southern College Mocs will host the Cross-check Cancer event at Lakeland Baptist field. The event is a play day featuring four of the hottest teams in the Sunshine State: Florida, South Florida, Florida Gulf Coast, and the homers FSC. Although the Mocs compete in the NCAA DII, the UF, USF, and…
Photo Credit: United States Coast Guard Academy Da Bears have selected three leaders for the 2013-14 lacrosse season. This year is the last season that the USCGA will compete in the MCLA DII, as they make the jump to NCAA DIII next season. All three captains are first timers. The team finished 12-3 last year with only one regular season loss. NEWS RELEASE COAST GUARD ACADEMY MEN’S LACROSSE ANNOUNCES 2014 TEAM CAPTAINS New London, Conn. – Fresh off the announcement…
Fresh off the announcement from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Division of Athletics that it will elevate the Men’s Lacrosse Program to varsity NCAA D3 status (effective with the 2014-15 academic year), we sat down with the “quiet man from Texas”, Cadet 1/c Stu Carley – one of three 2014 Team Captains selected at the United States Coast Guard Academy.
Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Alex Richmond as Defensive Coordinator. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach’s Poll.
Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Matt D’Angelo as Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach’s Poll.
Eugene, OR - For the University of Oregon Men’s Lacrosse Club, the 2013 MCLA season was marked by several close games and an increase in camaraderie amongst the players on the team. Led by head coach Phillip Keebler and a handful of determined seniors, the Ducks left the MCLA National Tournament with an overall 6th ranking after a hard-fought loss to BYU in the quarterfinals. The night prior, Oregon had faced Chapman in an opening round matchup that finished in four exhilarating overtime periods….
Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Panchito Ojeda has been promoted to Head Coach and Matt Blamey to Associate Head Coach.
Fresh off a runner-up finish at the 2013 MCLA Division II National Championships, the Westminster College men’s lacrosse team announced its signing class for the 2014 season on Wednesday. Head coach Mason Goodhand has added seven student-athletes for next season when the team moves to Division I of the MCLA.
For the first time in the 29 year program history, the Coast Guard Academy Men’s Lacrosse Team will be making an appearance in the MCLA National Tournament. The No. 9 seeded Bears head to Greenville S.C. for a first-round match-up against No. 8 Sam Houston State University on Monday at 1:30 P.M.
On the backs of a 15-0 regular season and a fourth straight Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference title, the Colorado State Rams will enter the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association’s national tournament as the #1 seed. The Rams, who won the title in 2012, have been perched atop the MCLA polls all year and come into the tourney as the top seed for the first time since the 2006 season.
Six Clemson Men’s Lacrosse team members were honored as members on the 2013 SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) All Conference Team and two were selected as Player of Year at their respective positions.
Simon Fraser mounted a 10-0 lead early in the second quarter, on route to defeating Montana by a final score of 19-5.
Ole Miss announced their 2013-2014 recruiting class yesterday with 17 recruits from 12 different states across the U.S.A.
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.