Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse Adds Defensive Coordinator

Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse Adds Defensive Coordinator


Rohnert Park, CA – Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Alex Richmond as Defensive Coordinator. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach’s Poll. Read More…

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Matt D’Angelo Hired As Assistant Coach

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Rohnert Park, CA – Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Matt D’Angelo as Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach’s Poll. Read More…

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Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse Appoints Panchito Ojeda as Head Coach

Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse Appoints Panchito Ojeda as Head Coach


Rohnert Park, CA – Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Panchito Ojeda has been promoted to Head Coach and Matt Blamey to Associate Head Coach. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach’s Poll. Read More…

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Colorado State Rams Win Historic Sixth MCLA Championship

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Greenville, SC – In their ninth MCLA championship game appearance in team history, the Colorado State University Rams travelled over 1,500 miles to play a team just 55 miles down the road, and on the backs of yet another record-setting defensive performance, they completed their drive for perfection on Saturday night at Sirrine Stadium in Greenville, SC. Read More…

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MCLA Player of the Year Finalists



BALTIMORE, 2013 — In conjunction with the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), US Lacrosse today announced the eight finalists for the Division I and Division II 2013 Godekeraw Award. The Division I and Division II Godekeraw Award recipients will be named at the 2013 MCLA National Championship Tournaments, Saturday, May 18, after their respective championship games. Read More…

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Is This The Ugliest Assist EVER???

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Thanks to our friends at LaxKings for combing through some footage and finding this excellent bit. Can you imagine this assist happening in your game? Ugly, but all the goals count the same! Have you seen something uglier? Read More…

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Video Highlights: Stanford Wins the WCLL Championship Over Sonoma State

Video Highlights: Stanford Wins the WCLL Championship Over Sonoma State


The Stanford Cardinal and the Sonoma State Seawolves met in the WCLL Championship lacrosse game in Novato. Sonoma led 4-2 in the second quarter and 6-4 at the end of the third quarter, but Stanford launched a comeback and outscored Sonoma 4-1 in the fourth to upset Sonoma 8-7 to win the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League championship for the first time since 1982. Read More…

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Rams Pound Purdue 20-3 in MCLA First-Round



Greenville, SC – The first seeded and #1 Colorado State University Rams jumped all over the 16th seeded Purdue Boilermakers, breezing past the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference champions by a 20-3 score. The Rams led 6-1 after one, 11-1 at halftime and 16-3 at the end of the third quarter as 16 different Rams registered a point in the MCLA first round tournament game. Read More…

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Coast Guard Makes History With MCLA Tourney Bid

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New London, Conn. – For the first time in the 29 year program history, the Coast Guard Academy Men’s Lacrosse Team will be making an appearance in the MCLA National Tournament. The No. 9 seeded Bears head to Greenville S.C. for a first-round match-up against No. 8 Sam Houston State University on Monday at 1:30 P.M. Read More…

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Rams Beat Buffs 9-6 to Complete RMLC Four-Peat



Grand Junction, Colo. – Saturday was a gorgeous evening for lacrosse on the campus of Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, CO as two of the country’s best MCLA programs got together to determine the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference championship. Behind the standout efforts of senior attackman Austin Fisher (Rock Canyon HS / Highlands Ranch, CO) and face-off specialist Dan Warfield (Smoky Hill HS / Aurora, CO), the #1 Colorado State Rams took down the #2 Colorado Buffaloes 9-6 to win their fourth straight RMLC title and likely secure the #1 seed in the upcoming MCLA national tournament. Read More…

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