St. Mary’s Gaels Lacrosse Fall Ball Video

The St. Mary’s Gaels Lacrosse program were featured by the school’s club sports department for an inside look at fall ball.
St. Mary's Gaels Lacrosse

The St. Mary’s Gaels Lacrosse program is a NCAA D1 at *St. Mary’s College of California for women, but the men are still a MCLA DII club.

Last week the club sports department at SMC decided to take a little bit of a deeper and more artistic look at their men’s lacrosse club.

Usually we see some kid reporter making his or her best guess on the questions they ask their MCLA players, but instead we get a slo-mo look at a Gaels fall ball practice.

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The Gaels were 9-7 last year and 5-1 in the WCLL, only losing to rival San Jose by 2 in the playoffs after just beating them the week before to close the season.

Best of luck to the Saint Mary’s Gaels lacrosse program as you continue to build a successful program in Northern California.

Check out the team’s website for more information on how to follow SMC this season.
[mks_separator style=\”solid\” height=\”4\”] *By going to SMC, LAS Founder Jeff Brunelle’s sister remains the only female from the state of Idaho to be recruited, and play, NCAA Division 1 lacrosse. 

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