Highlights: Princeton Upends Upenn, 15-12

Highlights: Princeton Upends Upenn, 15-12


When Princeton made the blueprint for a successful 2014 season, it had a formula like the one it used in its Ivy League opener against Penn in mind. Read More…

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Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Looks to Push the Pace in 2013

Harvard Men's Lacrosse Looks to Push the Pace in 2013


Chris Wojcik ’96, The Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, discusses the upcoming season and what fans can expect to see out of the Crimson in 2013. Read More…

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How to Get into Yale, Play lacrosse

Nov 22, 2011; Newark, NJ, USA; Yale Bulldogs forward/center Jeremiah Kreisberg (50) during the second half against the Seton Hall Pirates at the Prudential Center. Seton Hall Pirates defeat Yale Bulldogs 73-62. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports


At first, I really wanted to create a rhythm for this post and sound articulate. But, then I realized that I didn’t attend Yale or even attempt to apply, nor consider it. In an attempt to avoid cliches, students used to solely focus on acing the boards in order to gain admittance to Yale. Today, according to the video, Yale admissions is on the hunt for good looking, opulent, pogo-sticking, lacrosse players. Read More…

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Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Announces 2012 Award Winners

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men’s lacrosse team recently hosted its annual awards banquet where it recognized many of its student-athletes for their accomplishments for the 2012 season. Attackman Jeff Cohen ’12 was awarded the Most Outstanding Player Award for his offensive contribution during his record-setting senior season. Read More…

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Brown Names Captains and 2012 Award Winners

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Providence, R.I. — Brown men’s lacrosse coach Lars Tiffany named senior defensemen Clay Del Prince (Hamburg, NY) and Sam Ford (Reistertown, MD) team captains for the 2013 season and presented the Bears’ 2012 team awards and the program’s annual team and alumni banquet. Read More…

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Push the Pace: Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Strength and Conditioning

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The Harvard men’s lacrosse team is pushing the pace during its fall strength and conditioning sessions. #Youcanalwaysworkharder. Read More…

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Darmouth Men’s Lacrosse Hires Tim McIntee



HANOVER, N.H. — Tim McIntee has been hired as an assistant coach for the Dartmouth men’s lacrosse team, Director of Athletics Harry Sheehy and head coach Andy Towers announced Monday. McIntee spent the last 15 seasons as head coach of the men’s lacrosse team at Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y. During his time with Manhattan College, McIntee was at the forefront of the successful turnaround and development of the school’s men’s lacrosse program. The all-time winningest coach in program history, he compiled a 93-136 record with the Jaspers. Read More…

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Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Begins Fall Ball (Video)

Aug 26, 2012; Allston, MA, USA; A general view of Harvard Stadium during the major league lacrosse championship game between the the Denver Outlaws and the Chesapeake Bayhawks. The Chesapeake Bayhawks won 16-6. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE


The Harvard Men’s Lacrosse team kicked off its fall season on Monday with its first official practice. Watch the highlights and hear what Chris Wojcik, the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, had to say about the team’s focus this fall. Read More…

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Brown Men’s Lacrosse Player Passes Away



In an open letter to the Brown Lacrosse community, Head Coach Lars Tiffany wrote a about the sudden passing of Charlie Kenney. Kenney died from an unexpected seizure this week. It is evident that he was a well-liked young man that made everyone around him better. Read More…

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Updated: College Lacrosse 2012 Regular Season Highlights

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As if you haven’t had enough (because you haven’t), here’s another highlight reel showcasing amazing plays and hits from the regular season. As the NCAA tournament begins this Saturday, expect to see even more highlights when every possession matters! Play for May has begun. Read More…

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