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MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY MEN’S LACROSSE ANNOUNCES 2015 SCHEDULE



WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Monmouth University head men’s lacrosse coach Brian Fisher recently revealed the Hawks’ 2015 schedule, which features 13 games for the second-year program, as the Hawks will have six home contests at Monmouth Stadium. Read More…

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Poillon and Taylor named preseason All-Americans; Lehigh men’s lacrosse ranked 15th



BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Senior goalie Matt Poillon has been named an Inside Lacrosse second team preseason All-American while classmate Dan Taylor has earned honorable mention recognition as announced on Monday. In addition, the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team is ranked 15th in Inside Lacrosse’s annual Face-Off Yearbook. The Mountain Hawks’ defense is ranked sixth in the nation while junior defenseman Tripp Telesco has also been named preseason All-Patriot League by the publication. Read More…

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Quartet Named Preseason All-Americans By Face-Off Yearbook



BALTIMORE – Loyola University Maryland senior attacker Nikko Pontrello was named a member of the Preseason All-America Second Team for the upcoming 2015 season this week when Inside Lacrosse released its list of top players in the Face-Off Yearbook. Read More…

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Fletcher To Receive Prestigious NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award

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INDIANAPOLIS – Joe Fletcher, a standout on the lacrosse field and in all areas of collegiate life, will receive the NCAA’s highest accolade for a student-athlete in January. He has been named a 2015 recipient of the NCAA Today’s Top 10 Award and will be honored at the upcoming NCAA Convention. Read More…

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Drexel Lacrosse Scores 3 Goals In 11.3 Seconds On Penn (Video)

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In the first round of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament, Drexel turned a 6-4 deficit into a 7-6 lead in just 11.3 seconds. The Dragons’ Jules Raucci scored with 17.7 seconds left in the second quarter to cut fourth-ranked Penn’s lead to one. On the following faceoff, Nick Saputo won and bounded down the field to earn his second goal of the game and knot it at six. Read More…

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.@ESPN, Full Schedule for the Men’s and Women’s NCAA Lacrosse Playoffs on TV

New Haven, CT - April 26, 2014 - Reese Stadium: Jake Gambitsky (4) of the Harvard University Crimson during a regular season game (Photo by Allen Kee / ESPN Images)


ESPN2, ESPNU and WatchESPN will provide exclusive coverage of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship beginning with first-round games on Saturday, May 10, and concluding with the national title game on Monday, May 26. The top two seeds in the championship – No. 1 Duke and No. 2 Syracuse – take to the field for first-round action on ESPNU onSunday, May 11, at 5:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., respectively. Read More…

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Game Photos: Princeton Escapes Lehigh In 2OT Stunner

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This one was lost, and Tom Schreiber was going to be frustrated. Down one, seconds ticking away, and Schreiber went low on Matt Poillon to try to tie it, only to have Lehigh’s goalie make yet another great save. Read More…

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Yale Defenseman Cranks 70 Yard Bomb Against Lehigh

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Jimmy Craft, Yale men’s lacrosse, scores from his own restraining line in the Bulldogs’ 10-2 win vs. Lehigh on Mar. 11, 2014. It appears Lehigh was in a 10-man ride and Yale’s Craft caught them off guard. Read More…

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Denver vs Penn Lacrosse Video Highlights

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In a match up of two top 20 teams, the 20th ranked Penn Quakers hosted the sixth ranked Denver Pioneers. Despite trailing for the majority of the game, UPenn stormed back late to pull off a 12-10 upset win. Read More…

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Kaunas (Parkland; Schnecksville, Pa.) ends three-overtime marathon as #17/19 Lehigh men’s lacrosse tops #20 Villanova, 7-6

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh and Villanova were stuck at 6-6 for more than 23 minutes spanning most of the fourth quarter and multiple overtimes until junior Kurtis Kaunas ended the marathon with seven seconds left in the third overtime. His goal avoided a fourth overtime period and gave the Mountain Hawks a thrilling 7-6 victory on a cold Sunday afternoon. Read More…

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