John Orsen Named Denver Men’s Lacrosse Assistant Coach



DENVER – The University of Denver men’s lacrosse program has named former Marquette defensive coordinator John Orsen an assistant coach, DU head coach Bill Tierney announced on Friday. Orsen replaces four-year coach Dylan Sheridan, who took the first-assistant job at Princeton earlier this month. Read More…

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ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Liam Lilienthal

ConnectLAX Recruit Feature: Liam Lilienthal


I am looking for a college program that is competitive. I am looking for a program that has competition within the team for starting spots and is very up-tempo in practice as well as games. I am looking for a program that will help me grow as a person and player. I am also looking for a college program that is very close. A program that acts as a family. Read More…

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Grand Final Fever Hits Western Australia Lacrosse

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The 2014 Western Australian Lacrosse Season is about the wrap up for year but not without some action packed Championship Games this Saturday 13th September 2014. The headline games will be live streamed for the first time in Lacrosse WA history and will showcase the best the men and women of Western Australia have to offer. All championship games will be played at the East Fremantle Lacrosse Club. Read More…

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Lehigh in Focus

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Lehigh men’s lacrosse sophomore Chester Toye has a love of art and photography. Through this passion, he has visions of making a difference in the Lehigh community like few others ever had. Toye is in the midst of a project called Lehigh in Focus. He’s combining his passions of art and photography to capture images of students then present them in creative ways. Toye’s ultimate goal is to unify the student body. Read More…

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Want To Know Which Coaches Are Interested In You?

Want To Know Which Coaches Are Interested In You?


College coaches receive hundreds of inbound emails from players. As a player, knowing which coaches are opening your emails and viewing your information can help you focus your efforts and save time. Read More…

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New Faceoff Rules Have Been Approved by NCAA; Down, Set, Cry



Starting in 2015, a visible clock can be used to time the 30-second stalling segment in facilities capable of displaying the clocks. All Division I men’s lacrosse programs will be required to have the clocks displayed by the 2016 season, and Division II and Division III will be required to have visible clocks by the 2017 season. Read More…

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Witcher Athletic Center: Men’s lacrosse locker room reveal

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The High Point University men’s lacrosse team got a look into their new locker room in the Witcher Athletic Center at Vert Stadium. Read More…

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Video: Under Armour, Boston College Honor 9/11 Hero “The Man in the Red Bandana”

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Thursday marks the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, that claimed the lives of 22 Boston College alumni, including Welles Crowther (BC ’99). Crowther, a former Boston College lacrosse player, equities trader and volunteer firefighter, single-handedly saved the lives of more than a dozen people in the World Trade Center’s South Tower before losing his own life. Read More…

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John Haus, Ryan Cassidy join HPU men’s lacrosse staff



HIGH POINT, N.C. – Head coach Jon Torpey of the High Point University men’s lacrosse team announced the additions of two staff members on Wednesday. John Haus was named the volunteer assistant coach and Ryan Cassidy is the team’s new director of operations. 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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