ESPN’s Coverage of the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Begins Saturday with First-Round Action

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The 16-team bracket for the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Presented by Northwestern Mutual was unveiled exclusively Sunday on ESPNU with Syracuse earning the No. 1 seed in the field. Tournament play begins with first-round action Saturday, May 11, featuring Lehigh at No. 5 seed North Carolina at noon ET on ESPN2. Sunday’s games open with Cornell at No. 6 Maryland at 1 p.m. on ESPN2. Read More…

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2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship on ESPN Networks Begins Sunday with NCAA Selection Show, New Ticket Offer

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ESPNU will exclusively unveil the 16-team bracket during the hour-long 2013 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Selection Show Presented by Northwestern Mutual on Sunday, May 5, at 9 p.m. ET. Host Anish Shroff and analysts Quint Kessenich and Paul Carcaterra will provide breakdown of the field and tournament predictions, along with interviews with select head coaches. Read More…

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MLL and ESPN Announce 2013 Television Schedule

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BOSTON, Mass. (Wednesday, April 10, 2013)– Major League Lacrosse (MLL) announced today the ESPN television schedule for the 2013 season. ESPN2 and WatchESPN will show six nationally televised games on ESPN2 in addition to 25 games on ESPN3. Read More…

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2012 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championsh​ip Quarterfin​al Matchups Determined

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The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Presented by Enterprise Rent-A-Car action continues with quarterfinal games Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20. Saturday’s games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md., will be televised on ESPN2 and ESPN3: No. 2 Johns Hopkins vs. Maryland – coming off an upset victory over No. 7 Lehigh — at noon and No. 1 Loyola against Denver, which upset No. 8 UNC, at 2:30 p.m. Read More…

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Five Duke Men’s Lacrosse Contests to be Broadcast by ESPN

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DURHAM, N.C.-The Duke University men’s lacrosse team will have five of its regular season games broadcast by the ESPN family of networks, ESPN announced. Four games will be broadcast by ESPNU and the fifth on ESPN3. The Blue Devils make their broadcast debut March 3 at Maryland. The game will be carried live by ESPN3 at 1 p.m. Read More…

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ESPN’s Erin Andrews in SELF Magazine Spread

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A million buff bodies worldwide owe their hotness to shape-up sensation, Crossfit. The miniworkouts are super quick and ridiculously effective, combining basic elements of fitness, such as endurance, strength and agility. Self Magazine challenged ESPN reporter and Dancing With the Stars alum Erin Andrews to try the trendy tone-up. LPG has images and video from the shoot. Read More…

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ESPN Rise Warrior 40 Video Highlight Video

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Lax.com posted this highlight from the Warrior 40 event that happened July 9th in Harvard Stadium. We’re sorry for the delayed gratification, but we couldn’t pass up this highlight reel with killer editing. Warrior brought the best high school players in the country for a camp and this was the final game. Read More…

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Video of Dom Starsia on the Red Carpet at the 2011 ESPYs

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Virginia head men’s lacrosse coach was nominated for an ESPY in the category of Best Coach/Manager. He talks with VirginiaSports.com on the red carpet in Los Angeles. Starsia talks about meeting Just Bieber and touches on the growth of the game. Read More…

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Cornell’s Rob Pannell at the ESPY’s

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Cornell rising-senior Rob Pannell was nominated for a 2011 ESPY in the category of Best Male College Athlete, while Virginia coach Dom Starsia was one of five nominees for an ESPY award in the category of Best Coach/Manager. Read More…

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ESPN’s Playoff Coverage Legitimizes Lacrosse



LaxMagazine.com’s Matt DaSilva wrote an emotional (at least for me) piece about ESPN’s lacrosse coverage this post-season. DaSilva weaves in-and-out of his piece detailing not only lacrosse’s TV coverage progression, but also how far lacrosse announcing has come. Years ago, we only knew two names calling the game from the booth.