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Deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains lies one unique school that has a burning passion for sports.The Mountaineers of Appalachian State have been hard...
The Oregon Ducks welcomed the Portland Pilots for a fall ball scrimmage to keep their own Oregon-bred rivalry alive and the fall ball season got a little taste of the matchup to close out the year.
To close out the Fall Ball season in the Pacific Northwest, the Five Peaks Fall Ball Shootout took over the town of Bend, Oregon featuring some of the top MCLA programs in the area.
The St. Mary's Gaels Lacrosse program were featured by the school's club sports department for an inside look at fall ball.
An inside looks at the fall ball practices of the Texas Longhorns lacrosse program.
Our second Wolf of the MCLA to join the Pack is Adam Smith, junior attackman for the Boise State Broncos.
Our first ever Wolf of the MCLA hails from Lourdes University in Ohio. Jared Yoshino, a sophomore attackman for the Grey Wolves, is a predator on the lacrosse field. He was selected as a team captain his freshman season and averaged 6.5 points per game.
If there is any team in the MCLA that truly gets treated like a NCAA Division 1 program, or maybe even better, it's the Liberty Flames.Never heard of Liberty? That's okay, the school is tucked away in south Lynchburg, Virginia and only hosts about 14,000 undergrads
This season the Cal Men’s Lacrosse team celebrated their 50th Anniversary. The club was fortunate enough to host home games in the new Memorial Stadium on campus. The final regular season game was played against rival Stanford.
We scoured through countless photos from the 2014 MCLA National Tournament in Orange, CA, and we selected our Top 25.
Following the resignation of Chris Malone the Sun Devils are immediately accepting applications for the position of head coach for the 2015 season and beyond.
Veteran MDIA Lacrosse Coach, John Westfall, has been named the Head Lacrosse Coach of the Northern Arizona University today.
Finally, the MCLA National Championship games are nigh. Tomorrow, May 17th, four universities will play in two games to decide the National Champions of the MCLA Division I and II. The Division II game starts at noon and the Division I game will begin immediately after at 3.
Here's a breakdown of the MCLA National Championship Final Four games. Games start at 11:30 am PST and the last one begins at 7:45 pm tonight! All semi-final games are played today (May 15) at Chapman University.
Here's the full list of MCLA Round 2 games, in order, and embedded so you can watch them all in one place! Party on! All second round games are played today (May 13) and the final four is on Thursday (May 15). Games are played at both Chapman University and the University of California - Irvine.