Weber Picks Up Third MAAC Defensive Player Of The Week Award


EDISION, N.J. (3/9/2015) — It was a record breaking performance for sophomore Jason Weber (Whitby, Ont. / Christ School (N.C.) last Wednesday and with that came his third MAAC Defensive Player of the Week award of the season, announced the league office on Monday afternoon. Weber broke his own school record with 28 stops against […]

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Dwyer’s Record-Setting Performance Helps No. 10/13 Harvard Men’s Lacrosse to 20-9 win at No. 20/20 Holy Cross


WORCESTER, Mass. – Devin Dwyer enjoyed a record-setting day as the No. 10/13 Harvard men’s lacrosse team went on the road to defeat No. 20/20 Holy Cross Monday afternoon, 20-9. Dwyer matched the program records for points in a game and assists in a game, turning in 12 total points on four goals and eight […]

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Duke Run Pushes No. 5 Blue Devils Past Men’s Lacrosse


DURHAM, N.C. — Zach Herreweyers scored the second half’s first two goals, giving Loyola University Maryland an 8-7 lead, but No. 5 Duke University reeled off seven unanswered goals to defeat the 12th-ranked Greyhounds, 14-8, Saturday afternoon in non-conference play. The Blue Devils (6-1 overall) led 5-1 early in the second quarter, but Loyola got […]

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MLAX routs Randolph 13-5, sweeps Virginia weekend


LYNCHBURG, Va. – Six unanswered goals to start Sunday’s game at Randolph drove Elizabethtown men’s lacrosse to a 13-5 victory and a sweep of its weekend trip to Virginia. Similar to yesterday’s game at Ferrum, the Blue Jays (3-2) imposed their will early and often. They outshot Randolph 13-1 in the first quarter in building […]

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Mountain Hawks drop 9-8 overtime heartbreaker to Bucknell


BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team scored five second-quarter goals to take a 7-6 lead at the half, but the Mountain Hawks only scored once the rest of the way and Bucknell took advantage as the Bison pulled out a 9-8 overtime victory on Saturday at the Ulrich Sports Complex. Senior Dan Taylor […]

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Here’s Why You Should Pay Attention to GW Lacrosse

GW Wrap 2014

SidelineSwap is putting the spotlight on MCLA programs doing big things on and off the field. George Washington gear can be purchased here.  Facta non verba, George Washington was fond of quoting. Deeds, not words. Deeds. Like huddling in central Pennsylvania during 1777’s version of the Snowpocalypse. Like sneaking across the Delaware River to attack battle-tested […]

No. 6 Bulldogs Continue to Work Overtime, Defeat Fairfield 9-8


NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Eric Scott (Basking Ridge, N.J.) scored 2:59 into the extra period as the No. 6 Yale University men’s lacrosse team defeated Fairfield 9-8. The second consecutive overtime victory moved the Bulldogs to 5-0 for the first time since 1990. Michael Bonacci (Crofton, Md.), who assisted on the game-winner, was one of […]

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PHILADELPHIA, PA. – Monmouth received goals from sophomore Tyler Keen (Downington, Pa./Downingtown West) and freshman Bryce Wasserman (Southlake, Texas/Grapevine Faith) but fell at Saint Joseph’s University 9-2 in collegiate men’s lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Sweeney Field. Monmouth, which had its two-game win streak snapped by the defending Northeast Conference regular season champions, got […]

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Air Force Holds Off Keydets Sunday, 12-8


BETHESDA, Md. – Seven different VMI Keydets scored, led by Wesley Sanders’ two goals, but Chris Walsch tallied five scores for the Air Force Falcons to lead them to a 12-8 win in non-conference lacrosse action Sunday afternoon at The Landon School in Bethesda, Md. The Keydets (0-6) fell behind 6-1 early, but rallied to […]

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Army Closes Out Weekend with Victory Over Rutgers, Black Knights Improve to 4-1 on the Season


WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army club women’s lacrosse team received goals from 11 different players during a 19-2 win over Rutgers’ club team on Sunday afternoon at Shea Stadium. The Black Knights improve to 4-1 on the year following the victory. Junior Leah Wasserman led Army in the scoring department with five goals, including […]

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