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Colgate to Host Patriot League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – For the second straight season, hosting responsibilities for the Patriot League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament came down to the final contest of the season between Bucknell and Colgate. A year ago, Bucknell went into Hamilton, N.Y., and picked up a victory on the road to clinch the tournament’s top seed and hosting responsibilities. The Raiders paid that back Friday night. Read More…

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Army Lacrosse Attendance Climbs To Record Highs


WEST POINT, N.Y. – Due in large part to drawing a Michie Stadium record crowd of 10,192 for last Saturday’s lacrosse game, Army’s historic program continues to climb the national ranks when it comes to attendance figures. The Black Knights currently rank fifth in the nation averaging just over 2,300 fans per home game. Read More…

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Army’s Garrett Thul Helps Team Clinch Tournament Berth

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WEST POINT, N.Y. – Junior attackman Garrett Thul exploded for a game-high five goals and Army outscored Navy 3-0 in the fourth quarter as the Black Knights clinched a Patriot League Tournament berth with a 9-6 victory over the visiting Midshipmen. The 91st meeting between the rivals was played in front of 10,192 fans at Michie Stadium and was watched by a national television audience on CBS Sports Network. Read More…

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Air Force Gets the Best of Army in OT

HOUSTON, Texas – Air Force sophomore midfielder Erik Smith won the opening face-off of overtime and scored the game-winning goal himself just seven seconds into the extra session as the Falcons rallied to a 9-8 win over Army on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Barnhart Stadium on the campus of The Kinkaid School. Read More…

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Custom Army and Air Force Lacrosse Shafts, Support the Troops

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Last week, Epoch Lacrosse launched their custom shaft program with Northstar Lacrosse in Minnesota, who designed shafts for The Blake School. This week, they released their 100% custom shafts designed by Lacrosse 4 All, to pay tribute to two branches of the armed forces. Read More..

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The Best Picture You Will See All Day, Lacrosse is Back!

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February 26, the Army Men’s Lacrosse team travelled to the heralded Dome to battle Syracuse. In the last four years, the game has become a renewed rivalry. Syracuse won this game, 10-9, but, did either team really lose? Read More…

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Game Photos and Highlights: Syracuse Beats Army 10-9

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – No. 6 Syracuse improved to 2-0 on the year by holding off Army (2-2), 10-9, in front of 5,619 fans Sunday, Feb. 26 at the Carrier Dome. The Orange scored three of the game’s last four goals to outlast the Black Knights in a tight game that featured seven ties and four lead changes. Read More…

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McMinn Makes 22 Saves But VMI Lacrosse Falls 14-8 to Army on the Road

WEST POINT, N.Y. –Despite getting 22 saves from senior netminder Kelly McMinn, the VMI lacrosse team fell to the US Military Academy 14-8 on Saturday afternoon at Michie Stadium. It was the second game in a row the Keydets have faced a service academy after taking on the Midshipmen of Navy last weekend. Read More…

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Army’s Garrett Thul Registers 100th Career Point

WEST POINT, N.Y. – Junior attackman Garrett Thul registered his 100th career point, 17 different players scored at least one point and the Army lacrosse team registered its most goals since 1991 in a 24-7 rout of visiting Wagner on Wednesday afternoon at Michie Stadium. Army (1-1) scored just seven seconds into the contest, led 15-2 at halftime and dominated Wagner (0-1) in the Seahawks’ season opener. Read More…

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Army Lacrosse Youth Clinic Draws 350-Plus Players

WEST POINT, N.Y. – Foley Athletic Center was buzzing with youth lacrosse last Sunday, Jan. 22, as more than 350 area players took part in the Army lacrosse team’s free clinic. In its fifth year of existence, the clinic drew a record crowd to the state-of-the-art indoor facilities. Current Army players and coaches put the players through skill sessions and drills for more than five hours of workouts. Read More…

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