Big Ten Announces Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse Schedules

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Big Ten Conference announced the addition of men’s and women’s lacrosse as the league’s 27th and 28th sports nearly 13 months ago and on Tuesday, July 1 it is official. Also on Tuesday, the Big Ten announced the sites and weekends of the 2015 men’s and women’s lacrosse conference schedules. Read More…

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Warrior Hundy Glove

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The all new Hundy glove is the new feather weight champion of lacrosse gloves. The superlight backhand design has increased venting and flexibility while still providing you with improved protection. The glove features dual material zones with 2 tone knit nylon for decreased weight and a micro PU leather zone that has a clear circle W pring pattern for a cool discovery feature on the glove. The cuff design allows for maximum wrist bend for increased flexibility while cradling. Available in Black and White.

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Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Cruises Past Vermont, 11-4

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Daniel Eipp had a hat trick and a trio of Harvard players had two goals apiece as the No. 14/15 Crimson men’s lacrosse team opened the 2012 season with a resounding 11-4 victory over visiting Vermont at the Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium. Read More…

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Maryland Men’s Lacrosse: 2011 Entrance Video



Here’s the video that will play on the Terp Vision board before the Terps take the field in 2011. Travlax bringing the painnnnnn! Keep Reading…

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Le Moyne College Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Opens 2011 Spring Practice



LAS featured a post about the new turf facility at Le Moyne College. It’s obvi clutch during the crazy winter the Right Coast has been having. The included videos greatly shows how necessary the field is for the lacrosse teams. Keep Reading…

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D1 Schools with Lacrosse “Stack Up” in New Directors’ Cup Rankings



Empower the Athlete has recently posted the latest NACDA Directors’ Cup Rankings. NACDA stands for National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, and once a year these athletic directors get together and rank NCAA colleges and universities by success in collegiate athletics. Points for the Directors’ Cup are based on order of finish in different NCAA championships or media-based polls. Essentially, these rankings reflect which schools have the best overall athletic departments. Keep Reading…

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