Englehart Named Head Coach at George Washington



WASHINGTON, DC (7/16/14) ̶ Joe Opron, Head Coach of the George Washington University men’s lacrosse team for the last three seasons, has announced that he will be stepping off the sidelines for family and professional reasons and into a new role as Director of Lacrosse Operations. In that new capacity, he will support the team’s administration, budgeting, and relationships with the league and other programs. Read More…

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CAL Lacrosse Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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This season the CAL Men’s Lacrosse team celebrated their 50th Anniversary.  The home games were played in the new Memorial Stadium on campus.  The final regular season game was played against Stanford.  As part of the celebration a 5 minute video was shown on the Jumbotron at halftime. Read More…

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Chapman Eliminates Colorado State in MCLA Quarterfinals



Irvine, CA – The 5th seeded Colorado State Rams saw their two-year reign as kings of the MCLA come to an end on Tuesday evening as the 4th seeded Chapman Panthers pulled away for an 8-2 victory in the quarterfinal round of the national tournament. The Rams fell behind early and were unable to find the necessary offensive rhythm to muster a comeback attempt as Chapman slowly mounted its lead. Read More…

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Colorado State Escapes SDSU 4-3 in Double Overtime



San Diego, CA – In the first ever modern MCLA match-up between the two teams, the #3 Colorado State Rams were pushed to the brink by the San Diego State Aztecs before getting a goal in double overtime to snatch an out of conference road win. Read More…

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Hurricanes’ Win Streak Highlights Turnaround Season

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The Miami Hurricanes left New Orleans with a pair of wins at the 2014 Allstate Sugar Bowl Classic, bringing their winning streak to four. The Canes were one of two teams to finish the weekend unbeaten and for the first time in the history of its program, the Canes have defeated four straight MCLA Division I opponents. Read More…

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Offense Shines in 13-11 Victory over Cal



Highlands Ranch, CO – The Colorado State Rams got goals from nine different players, including an eight-goal explosion in the second quarter, to snap a two-game losing streak and defeat the #23 California Bears in the program’s annual Hall of Fame Game Saturday evening. CSU’s balanced scoring came despite two starting attackmen sitting out due to injuries as the Rams ran away with a 13-11 victory. Read More…

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CSU Drops 10-7 Decision to RMLC Rival BYU



Fort Collins, CO – The #2 Colorado State Rams had their 33-game MCLA winning streak snapped by the last team they lost to nearly 23 months ago as #5 Brigham Young won a key RMLC match-up 10-7 on campus at Colorado State University. BYU attackman Mike Fabrizio stole the show with six goals in an exciting and physical game in front of a raucous crowd of nearly 500 fans. Read More…

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All Eyes on New Orleans for Allstate Sugar Bowl Lacrosse Classic



MIAMI, Fla. – The palm trees of South Beach and the bright lights of Bourbon Street don’t exactly bring to mind images of collegiate lacrosse. Nonetheless, the University of Miami men’s lacrosse team, as well as teams from seven other universities will meet in the Big Easy for the fourth annual Allstate Sugar Bowl Lacrosse Classic this weekend. Read More…

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Goaltenders Save the Day as Colorado State Limps by Texas 4-3



Loveland, CO – Snow moved Colorado State’s home opener against the University of Texas off campus to the Loveland Sports Park as the Rams moved to 3-0 on the season with a 4-3 struggle over the Longhorns on Sunday afternoon. CSU goaltenders combined for 19 saves as the Rams were outpaced in most aspects of the score-sheet in a sloppy game by both teams. Read More…

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Rams Race Past Ducks to Move to 2-0



Palm Desert, CA – The Colorado State University Rams got goals from 11 different players and a combined 13 saves from its goaltenders in an impressive 14-7 victory over the #8 Oregon Ducks on Sunday morning in the closing game of the inaugural Lax Coaches vs. Cancer event. CSU rode a decisive 5-1 second quarter to a 7-3 halftime advantage and then outscored the Ducks 4-1 in the fourth to salt away the victory. Read More…

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