Ithaca College Lacrosse Documentary, Stacking 24′s



It also takes the viewer inside the lives of two players, Israeli national team member, Matt Greenblatt, and Senior attackman, James Manilla as they share their stories of being a member of the bomber lacrosse family. Head coach, Jeff Long, and his assistant, Mike Silipo, also share stories about their time with the team, and the impact each one has had on the program. Read More…

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Fourth Annual Meghan Puls Classic to be Held on Sunday, October 19



OWINGS MILLS, Md. – For the fourth-straight year, the Stevenson men’s lacrosse team will host the Meghan Puls Lacrosse Classic to help raise funds for the Meghan Puls Foundation. This year’s event will take place on Sunday, October 19beginning at 10:00 a.m. The 2014 classic will feature six teams, including Stevenson, Cabrini, Franklin & Marshall, Goucher, Virginia Wesleyan and Division II Adelphi. Read More…

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“It’s Not About Who Comes In, It’s About Who Comes Back” Recruiting Tips with Shelley Sheiner of Kean University

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The college recruiting process is a gamble in any sport. And lacrosse is no exception. Athletes develop physically and mentally at different stages throughout high school. Some players are heavily recruited early on while other great players are under recruited until late in their junior and senior years. Even good high school players aren’t guaranteed to be great college players. Read More…

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Plan, Prioritize, Control the Chaos: Recruiting Advice with Dickinson’s Dave Webster

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Dave Webster is Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach at Dickinson College. After graduating from Dickinson in 1988, Coach Webster began his coaching career at Marymount University where he started the first program in the university’s history in 1991. He spent seven years there building a highly regarded NCAA Division III program, earning Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors in 1994 and 1997. Coach Webster enjoyed a three-year coaching stint at Franklin & Marshall College where he recruited and coached several All-Americans. Read More…

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What’s the Best Way to Get Recruited?

What's the Best Way to Get Recruited?


Not from a lacrosse hotbed? No worries, because college coaches like J.P. Stewart of Virginia Wesleyan look for commitment, athleticism and a hard work ethic above everything else. Coach Stewart believes players will find the best fit programs by asking coaches directly about their coaching styles. Read More…

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2014 NCAA Lacrosse Highlights: Enjoy the Ride

2014 NCAA Lacrosse Highlights: Enjoy the Ride


With the NCAA season coming to a close, we bring you our season highlight reel “Enjoy the Ride.” Featuring the highest quality clips of the best goals we could find, we can guarantee it’ll be the best you’ll watch all day. Read More…

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Lacrosse Recruiting Advice from Dave Campbell of Middlebury

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Dave Campbell recently finished his eighth season as head coach of the men’s lacrosse team at Middlebury. In those eight years, Coach Campbell guided his team to five NCAA Tournament appearances and advanced to the NCAA semifinals in 2009. A 2000 graduate of Middlebury College, Campbell enjoyed tremendous success with the Panther program as a player, and later as an assistant coach. Read More…

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Huge Lacrosse Hit, Legal or Illegal?

Huge Lacrosse Hit, Legal or Illegal?


The Lynchburg player destroys the Hampden-Sydney player in the 2014 ODAC Men’s lacrosse championship game. Read More…

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Breaking Bad at the Haverford School, Lacrosse Sticks taken as Evidence in Massive Drug Ring

Breaking Bad at the Haverford School, Lacrosse Sticks taken as Evidence in Drug Ring


Two graduates of a Haverford prep school were charged Monday with leading a drug trafficking ring they hoped would become the premiere marijuana outlet for high school and college students on the Main Line. Read More…

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Video: Tufts Scores Most-Ever Goals in NESCAC Game with 25-12 Victory Over Amherst

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MEDFORD – Thirteen players scored goals, including five by John Uppgren and four each by Beau Wood and Cole Bailey as the #9 Tufts men’s lacrosse team defeated #20 Amherst, 25-12, in NESCAC play at Bello Field Saturday. The 25 goals are the most ever by a Tufts team in a conference game. It is the third-highest total in team history. With the win, the Jumbos improved to 10-2 overall and 6-1 in the league. Read More…

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