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Sophomore defenseman leads the Patriot League in caused turnovers; Cannon Tabbed to All-Patriot League Second Team

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EASTON, Pa. – Lafayette men’s lacrosse sophomore Erik Cannon (Ridgewood, N.J./Don Bosco Prep) was named a member of the All-Patriot League Second Team, the League announced Monday. “This is a great honor for Erik,” head coach Jim Rogalski said. “I am glad that the other coaches in the league recognized his talents. He is the […]

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Lafayette’s Cannon Named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week

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EASTON, Pa. – Lafayette men’s lacrosse sophomore Erik Cannon (Ridgewood, N.J./Don Bosco Prep) was named the Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week, the League announced on Monday, after helping the Leopards to a pair of wins. “This is a well-deserved honor for Erik,” head coach Jim Rogalski said. “He has become the leader of […]

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Lafayette Men’s Lacrosse to Dedicate 2014 Season to Lawson

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The Lafayette men’s lacrosse program has dedicated the 2014 season to Bill Lawson, the winningest coach in Leopards history. The team will be wearing “BL” decals on the back of their helmets this season to honor Lawson. Read More…

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Lafayette Men’s Lacrosse Names Captains for 2013 Season



EASTON, Pa. – Lafayette men’s lacrosse’s first-year head coach Jim Rogalski has named senior Anthony Zawadzki and junior Brendan Gover as captains for the 2013 squad. “I am excited to announce Anthony and Brendan as our captains for the 2013 campaign,” Rogalski said. “Both are great leaders on and off the field, as they embody the commitment, sacrifice and work ethic that are the foundations of Lafayette Lacrosse. I know they will make the seniors, the team, the coaching staff and the Lafayette Lacrosse Family proud.” Read More…

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Lafayette Men’s Lacrosse Welcomes 12 to Class of 2016



EASTON, Pa. – Men’s lacrosse head coach Jim Rogalski has announced the addition of 12 newcomers to the Leopards’ program as part of the class of 2016. Three incoming student-athletes hail from New Jersey, while New York and Pennsylvania each have two. The final five come to College Hill from Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota and Virginia. “We’re extremely excited about this incoming class,” Rogalski said. “We have very high expectations for them on and off the field and look forward to how they will impact our program.” Read More…

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