Colgate Defeats Maryland On Senior Day

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HAMILTON, N.Y. – The No. 11/12 Colgate men’s lacrosse team gave its seniors a reason to celebrate after defeating No. 6/9 Maryland 13-11 on Senior Day at Andy Kerr Stadium. The win was the second-straight for the Raiders over the Terps in program history. Read More…

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Loyola Greyhounds Lose To Johns Hopkins In Style, New Warrior TII Helmets

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Today #1 Loyola fell to #10 JHU in a thrilling OT game, 10-9. The loss was Loyola’s first of the season, snapping a school-record tying 12-game winning streak. Loyola also wore new TII helmets from Warrior. The helmets stray from their usual Matte Black and Green helmets. Read More…

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Navy Men’s Lacrosse HeadWrapz

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Navy Men’s Lacrosse ran with these custom HeadWrapz this past weekend in their victory over Johns Hopkins, 8-2. The big decal displayed on the helmet is a large goat. Bill the Goat is the mascot of the United States Naval Academy. Read More…

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Behind The Scenes Video: This is Lehigh Lacrosse

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Junior Dante Fantoni rifled a shot past Kyle Feeney with just 14 seconds remaining to give the #11 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team a thrilling 9-8 win over #18 Bucknell in front of a facility-record 2,096 fans on Saturday night. The Mountain Hawks (11-2, 4-1 Patriot League) continually fought back from deficits until Fantoni’s goal put Lehigh up for good. Today, Lacrosse Playground gives you an exclusive look behind the scenes from the thrilling win over Bucknell. Read More…

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ESPNU Lacrosse Fan Fest Coming To Warrior Classic



ESPNU is the home of collegiate lacrosse. In 2012, the 24-hour college sports network will feature 40 regular-season matchups, 37 men’s and three women’s games – including the crowning of six conference champions on ESPNU and ESPN3. The 2012 ESPNU Lacrosse Fan Fest features a competition to determine the best lacrosse “trickster” in Charlotte. The winner of the challenge receives a lacrosse equipment upgrade courtesy of Warrior, ESPNU prizes and a sideline pass for the North Carolina vs. Hofstra game (1:30 p.m. ET). Read More…

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Syracuse, Wearing Navy Blue Unis For The First Time Since ’07, Falls To Cornell

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ITHACA, N.Y. – With the score tied 3-3 at halftime, No. 5 Cornell (9-1) came out of the break with five third-quarter goals and added four in the fourth to defeat No. 13 Syracuse (5-5) on Tuesday, April 10 at Schoellkopf Field, 12-6. Read More…

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Cohen Tallies Career-High Seven Goals in Harvard’s 11-7 Win Over Michigan

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Jeff Cohen amassed a career-best eight points, scoring seven times and assisting on another tally, as he helped the Harvard men’s lacrosse team defeated Michigan by a score of 11-7 Saturday afternoon at Harvard Stadium. Read More…

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Exclusive Interview: Furman University Adding DI Lacrosse

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Tuesday at 9:30pm, we announced that a new school in the the Southeast region would be adding a DI program. The school turned out to be Furman University. Furman is one of the oldest institutions in South Carolina. We asked Furman alum and current Upstate Regional Director for the South Carolina Chapter of US Lacrosse, Corey Gheesling, a few questions to get a better understanding of what lead to the school’s decision. Read More…

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Starsia Named FieldTurf’s 2011 NCAA DI Coach of the Year

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CHARLOTTESVILLE- Va. – Hall of Fame UVa head men’s lacrosse coach Dom Starsia was named FieldTurf’s 2011 men’s NCAA DI Coach of the Year. The honor marks Starsia’s third win in the six-year history of the award and second in a row. Starsia also won the award in 2008. Read More…

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Class of 1952 Stadium Gets A New Carpet

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The Princeton Tigers have a new carpet to play on this season. The Class of 1952 Stadium underwent some changes. Specifically, the old school Astro turf was replaced with Synthetic turf. The face-off X displays the Princeton shield. Read More…

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