JavaScript does not work on your browser
# # # # # #

Many reasons to watch the World Lacrosse Championships

The World Lacrosse Championships begin tonight as the United States faces Canada at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2. Fans will not only get to watch the best players compete, but they’ll also witness how the sport of lacrosse is growing. These championships will feature a record 38 nations including Belgium, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Israel, Russia, Thailand, Turkey and Uganda who will compete for the first time. The differences and deviations of the sport from different cultures will be on full display in Denver, over the next week and a half. Read More…

Posted in: International

Cassese, Team USA set for busy stretch heading into World Championships

An assistant coach for the U.S. National Team, Cassese and Team USA is in the midst of training camp this week which is capped off by an exhibition game against the Major League Lacrosse All-Stars on Thursday evening inside Harvard Stadium. Faceoff is set for 7:30 p.m. on CBS Sports Network. Read More…

Posted in: D1, International

Team USA tryouts cap off memorable freshman season


Heading into her freshman year at Lehigh, Allison LaBeau was like any rookie trying to prove she belonged. It’s fair to say she has more than proven herself. Read More…

Posted in: Womens Lax

Despite shrinking attendance, Championship Weekend is not broken

lacrosse attendance

There’s been a lot of talk regarding attendance at the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Weekend. Attendance is declining, but why? Is it because of location, enhanced viewing experience on television or ticket prices? The likely answer includes a combination of several factors. Read More…

Posted in: D1

Albany-Notre Dame was sports at its finest

There is no better example of sports at its finest than Saturday’s classic NCAA Quarterfinal game featuring Albany against Notre Dame. Trailing 12-7 with just over eight minutes remaining, the Irish staged a miraculous turnaround to defeat the Great Danes in front of a sellout crowd of 13,519 at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium. What took place on Saturday goes far beyond the final score. Let’s take a closer look. Read More…

Posted in: D1, Notre Dame

Game Photos: Lehigh scores 11 straight in 17-6 win over Lafayette

Screen Shot 2014-04-21 at 10.53.04 AM

Leading 5-3 in the second quarter, the #17/19 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team went on an 11-0 run over the next 26:07 to break the game wide open as the Mountain Hawks cruised to a 17-6 win over Lafayette on Friday evening at Fisher Field. Read More…

Posted in: Game Photos, Lehigh

Game Photos by @JustLafleur: @YaleLacrosse Defeats @LehighLacrosse, 10-2

Screen shot 2014-03-12 at 11.31.41 AM

There are over 60 photos from the game on the other side. Get in there! Read More…

Posted in: D1, Game Photos

Season Preview: Lehigh looks to rebound in a new-look Patriot League

After making five straight Patriot League Tournaments, the Lehigh women’s lacrosse team has fallen a bit short the last two seasons. The Mountain Hawks are out to change that. A young team coupled with a strong junior class and senior Alex Fitzpatrick between the pipes looks primed to make a run towards a tournament berth where it looks to compete for a league championship as part of a new-look Patriot League. Read More…

Posted in: Lehigh, Womens Lax

Season Preview: Lehigh men’s lacrosse vies for third straight championship in 2014

Season Preview: Lehigh men's lacrosse vies for third straight championship in 2014

The Mountain Hawks were up-and-down through the beginning part of last season. A loss to UMass dropped the squad’s record to 5-4. Something needed to change if Lehigh was to win its second straight Patriot League Championship. Read More…

Posted in: D1, Lehigh

Photos: Lehigh Mountain Hawks begin practice with minicamp over the weekend

Photos: Lehigh Mountain Hawks begin practice with minicamp over the weekend

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – With the season opener quickly approaching, the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team opened its preseason minicamp on Friday which included meetings, fitness testing and practice. The two-time defending Patriot League Champion Mountain Hawks open their season on Feb. 1 at Furman before hosting Marquette the following Saturday. Read More…

Posted in: D1, Game Photos