Clark University Men’s lacrosse Spring Break Highlight Video Is Awesome

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The Clark University men’s lacrosse team from Worcester, Mass traveled to Clearwater, Florida for spring break. The Cougars, coached by Jeff Cohen in his 5th season became the first team in school history to start a season 3-0 and seek to also be the first team with a winning record. Read More…

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Sacred Heart University Professor Conducts Concussion Research with Help from the Men’s Lacrosse Team

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Theresa Miyashita, director and assistant professor for the athletic training education program at Sacred Heart University, has begun an accelerometer concussion study at the University. She is using the University’s men’s lacrosse team to help her with this research, which involves the use of accelerometers in the team’s helmets. Read More…

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Nat St. Laurent named first-ever head coach of Ohio Northern Men’s Lacrosse program



ADA — Nat St. Laurent has been named as Ohio Northern University’s first-ever men’s lacrosse coach and will begin his duties this spring. St. Laurent currently is in his fourth season as an assistant lacrosse coach at Washington and Lee (Va.), where he serves as offensive coordinator. He will come to ONU full-time when W&L’s 2014 season is completed. Read More…

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High Point Men’s lacrosse opens season with loss at Delaware



NEWARK, DEL – The High Point University men’s lacrosse team opened the 2014 season with a 10-3 loss at Delaware on Saturday. Redshirt-sophomore Brad James scored HPU’s first goal of the day and freshman Michael LeClair notched one goal and one assist. Read More…

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High Point University Men’s Lacrosse 2014 Video Practice Update, Wearing Guardian Cap Helmets

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The High Point University men’s lacrosse team has put in two full weeks of practice in preparation for the 2014 season, which kicks off on Feb. 1 at Delaware. Read More…

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Syracuse Tabbed ACC Men’s Lacrosse Preseason Favorite



GREENSBORO, N.C. – In its first year as a member of lacrosse’s most powerful conference, Syracuse has been picked to win the ACC in a vote by the league’s six head coaches, the conference announced Wednesday, Dec. 11. Led by five-time NCAA champion head coach John Desko, the Orange received 28 points in the balloting to edge defending national champion Duke and North Carolina, who tied for second with 27 points apiece. Virginia (16 points) was picked fourth. Notre Dame (15 points) and Maryland (13 points) finished fifth and sixth, respectively, in the voting. Read More…

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Coast Guard Academy Men’s Lacrosse: Veterans Day — Chasing A Dream

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Honolulu, Hawaii – What did you want to be when you were a kid? For children, dreams and ideas for their adult profession can stretch beyond imagination. As those children continue to grow, sometimes those dreams and ideas change and they end up following other life paths. Read More…

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Harvard Men’s Lacrosse To Host Team England; Game to be Streamed Live for Free



CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men’s lacrosse team will host Team England in an international exhibition at Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. The game, which will feature an English roster preparing for next year’s FIL Men’s World Championships, will be streamed live for free through GoCrimson.com. Read More…

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Glenn Carter Named Keystone’s First Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach

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La Plume, PA – Glenn Carter has been named Keystone College’s first-ever head men’s lacrosse coach according to an announcement made recently by Director of Athletics, Dr. Matthew Grimaldi. Carter has been coaching at the highest levels for the past 16 years including starting the program at Division III Ursinus College before stops at Division I and professional levels. Read More…

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Detroit Men’s Lacrosse Announces Team Captains



DETROIT (9/25/2013) — Four upperclassmen were the choice amongst players and coaches as the University of Detroit Mercy men’s lacrosse team announced their team captains for the 2014 season. Earning the distinguished honor for the upcoming season were seniors Alex Maini (Lynbrook, N.Y. / Lynbrook) and Tom Masterson (London, Ont. / St. Thomas Aquinas) and juniors Thomas Sible (Grand Rapids, Mich. / Forest Hills Central) and Chris Shevins (Merrick, N.Y. / Mepham). Read More…

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