A FOGO’s Response To Proposed NCAA Face-Off Rule Changes

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As I am sure you could imagine my phone and email has been quite busy the last few days. I am writing to you tonight for two reasons. Firstly I want to let you all know how much I respect the process that takes place when decisions of this magnitude take place, I have the utmost respect for the committee, coaches and the game we all love and any decision that is made I will honor and abide by. Secondly I want to voice some concerns and show you some evidence of what you are going to see moving forward. Read More…

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Warrior Lacrosse Announces Paul Rabil Tour Dates



WARREN, MICH., – Warrior Sports has announced a 12-city tour featuring Team USA star, Paul Rabil. Rabil, the 2014 FIL World’s Best Midfielder, will be touring the country to share his story, discuss the road to recovery after a recent injury, and sign autographs for fans. The tour kicks off on September 5th in Baltimore, MD coinciding with the launch of his new signature product, the Rabil 2. From there, the tour stops at two more cities in MD before heading to VA, PA, NY, CT, NJ, IL, and CO. Read More…

Posted in: High School, Training

Outlaws and Rattlers to face off in Championship Game

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The stage is set for the 2014 MLL Championship Game next Saturday, August 23 at 7 p.m. at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga. In a rematch of the 2008 Championship Game, the Rochester Rattlers and the Denver Outlaws will compete for the coveted Steinfeld Trophy. Read More…

Posted in: MLL

3d Lacrosse Opens New Office in Dallas, Texas



DENVER, COLO. (August 11, 2014) – 3d Lacrosse, the nation’s fastest-growing training, events and select club operations company, today announces the opening of a new office in Dallas, Texas. Pat Kennedy, Syracuse University alumnus and current Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse Coach at The Episcopal School of Dallas, will serve as the company’s first-ever Director of a southern U.S. office. Read More…

Trevor Tierney Rejoins Denver Men’s Lacrosse Staff



Trevor Tierney is the son of the Hall of Fame head coach, serving under his father at DU for four seasons from 2010-13, including the first two as his first assistant coach. A two-time All-American in his playing days, Trevor Tierney will primarily work with the goalies, a position that he earned the nation’s top honor in in 2001. Read More…

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Mark Millon to join Baltimore Breakers as Director of Player and Coach Development



The Baltimore Breakers boys club lacrosse program announced today that former All World Team USA player and National Lacrosse Hall of Fame member Mark Millon will be assuming the role of Director of Player and Coach Development for the program. Millon has worked with the Breakers intermittently since the program’s inception in 2003. He became full time head coach in 2013 with the Breakers U11 team. Read More…

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Tampa Earns IWLCA Academic Award in Inaugural Season



GRAND LAKE, Colo. – The Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) has recognized the University of Tampa as one of its Honor Squads for the 2014 season.

UT is one of 45 schools earning IWLCA Division II Academic Honor Squad honors for the 2014 season. Every school with a team GPA of 3.0 or higher earned Academic Squad honors. Read More…

Posted in: D2, Womens Lax

Richie Meade Accepts the #IceBucketChallenge for #ALS, Challenges Petro, Cassese, and Tambroni

Richie Meade Accepts the #IceBucketChallenge for #ALS, Challenges Petro, Cassese, and Tambroni


Richie Meade, Head Coach for Team USA and Furman Lacrosse, participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS. Not only did Meade take it like a stud, but he also called out Petro, Cassese, and Tambroni! Kudos Coach! Read More…

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University of Maryland and ACC Reach Legal Agreement



COLLEGE PARK, MD – The University of Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference announced today they have reached a mediated agreement that ends all litigation between both parties. Maryland has agreed that the ACC will keep the sum of $31,361,788 previously withheld in order to resolve the lawsuits, and the ACC has agreed that Maryland will have no obligation to make any other payments to the ACC. In addition, the lawsuits filed in the State of North Carolina and Maryland will be dismissed. Read More…

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Highlights from the Tahoe Men’s Lacrosse Tournament



North Lake Tahoe hosted the Big Foot team and 31 others for the three day Tahoe Men’s Lacrosse Tournament in Incline Village. Connor Martin (Con Bro Chill), Zander Buteux (Denver U) , Julian Coffman (U of Oregon) and many other Duck alumni played for Big Foot. This an amazing tournament in a beautiful area, great beaches and no coaches. It made for some amazing lacrosse and big fun. Read More…

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