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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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Defending Champs Colorado State Set to Open Season

Fort Collins, CO – The Colorado State University men’s lacrosse team opens its season this weekend at the first annual Lax Coaches vs. Cancer event in Palm Desert, CA. The Rams, ranked #1 in the MCLA preseason poll, will face the #12 Grand Canyon Antelopes and #8 Oregon Ducks on Friday evening and Sunday morning respectively. Read More…

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Total Lacrosse Sponsors MCLA Live Broadcasts

Total Lacrosse Sponsors MCLA Live Broadcasts

LOS ANGELES, Cali. (Mon., February 17, 2014)– The Lacrosse Network (TLN) is proud to announce their partnership with Total Lacrosse to provide top-level live MCLA games to fans of the sport this Spring. The premier lacrosse retailer will be the presenting sponsor of the Southwest Lacrosse Conference’s (SLC) Game of the Week airing live on The Lacrosse Network starting this weekend. Read More…

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Making A Statement On The Field; MCLA Announces Awareness Partnership With HEADstrong

Holmes, PA – The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) is proud to announce an awareness partnership with the HEADstrong Foundation™ (HF). This season, over 200 collegiate club programs and over 5,000 athletes will help advance the mission of the organization by wearing HEADstrong’s signature lime green shoelaces. The laces are just part of the long-term commitment that the MCLA has made in supporting the cause. Read More…

University of Texas Men’s Lacrosse Announces 2014 Schedule and Season Outlook

AUSTIN, TX — The University of Texas Men’s Lacrosse team has announced their team captains for the 2014 season. Senior midfielders Josh Francis and John Jackson along with defensemen Michael Rizzutti, Sr., Turner Kerr, Jr., and goalie Jordan Lee, Sr., will lead the squad. Last season Francis and Jackson totaled 53 points together while Lee finished the season with a .669 save percentage which helped the team reach their second consecutive MCLA playoff berth and Lone Star Alliance championship title. Read More…

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Cascade R Helmets To Adorn The Liberty Flames Heads This Season

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Yes, it’s that amazing time of year again when fresh gear gets dished out to college teams. Today, the Liberty University Flames are welcomed with brand new Cascade R helmets in their lockers. Read More…

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Matt D’Angelo Hired As Assistant Coach


Rohnert Park, CA – Sonoma State Men’s Lacrosse has announced Matt D’Angelo as Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach. Sonoma State finished second in the WCLL this past year and seventh in the final Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association Coach’s Poll. Read More…

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MCLA Player of the Year Finalists

BALTIMORE, 2013 — In conjunction with the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), US Lacrosse today announced the eight finalists for the Division I and Division II 2013 Godekeraw Award. The Division I and Division II Godekeraw Award recipients will be named at the 2013 MCLA National Championship Tournaments, Saturday, May 18, after their respective championship games. Read More…

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Is This The Ugliest Assist EVER???


Thanks to our friends at LaxKings for combing through some footage and finding this excellent bit. Can you imagine this assist happening in your game? Ugly, but all the goals count the same! Have you seen something uglier? Read More…

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Rams Pound Purdue 20-3 in MCLA First-Round

Greenville, SC – The first seeded and #1 Colorado State University Rams jumped all over the 16th seeded Purdue Boilermakers, breezing past the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference champions by a 20-3 score. The Rams led 6-1 after one, 11-1 at halftime and 16-3 at the end of the third quarter as 16 different Rams registered a point in the MCLA first round tournament game. Read More…

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