Michigan Coach Ryan Danehy Joins 3d Lacrosse As National Director Of Training And Methodology



DENVER, COLO. (May 28, 2014) – 3d Lacrosse, the nation’s fastest-growing, premier lacrosse training, select club and events company has appointed former University of Michigan Assistant Coach Ryan Danehy as National Director of Training and Methodology. In this role, he will expand training standards creatively while also reinforcing consistency nationwide for 3d Lacrosse’s signature Box/Field Hybrid Development System. Read More…

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Does Michigan Lacrosse have the Courage to Continue

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Yes, 1000 times yes! Are Notre Dame and Michigan the only D1 programs who understand the power of branding? Videos like these enhance brand equity tremendously. Strong alumni networks are instilled and potential recruits take interest. Read More…

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Inside Recruiting with Michigan Coach John Paul

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Head Coach John Paul is in his third season at the helm of Michigan‘s newly established Division I men’s lacrosse program. Coach Paul has been with Michigan since the 80′s as a player and then as a coach. Before making the transition to Division I, he coached the University of Michigan men’s club lacrosse team for 14 seasons. Read More…

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.@UMichlacrosse Lacrosse Gear Extended, Arm Pads

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Michigan’s Gloves in Two Stone Cold Colorways

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The Warrior Regulator II gloves are the top of the line bad boys worn by MLL pros across the nation. The tops if the fingers have little Skelator ribs that allow for advanced mobility and maximum flexibility. Read More…

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Michigan Warrior TII Helmet, Adidas CrazyQuick Cleats 2014

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Michigan Lacrosse is currently rocking new Warrior TII helmets for practice this Fall. The helmets have a cool Blue/Grey colorway with Maize Trim. Read More…

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Detroit-Michigan Game Officially Cancelled



ANN ARBBOR, Mich. (4/18/2013) — With the weather still unpredictable for today, the Detroit-Michigan men’s lacrosse game at Michigan Stadium that was suspended yesterday was officially cancelled this morning. Detroit led 4-3 with 6:32 left in the second period when the second lightning delay of the game sent the teams to the locker room. With the storm never letting up, the call was made to suspend the game with the hopes of resuming it in the future, but it will now go down as cancelled. Read More…

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Bragging Rights On The Line In The Big House As The Titans Face Michigan On Wednesday



DETROIT (4/16/2013) — The second edition of the battle between the only two Division I programs in the Great Lakes State will resume on Wednesday as the Detroit Titans head to Ann Arbor to face the Michigan Wolverines under the lights at Michigan Stadium. Game time is set for 7:00 p.m. There will be free live stats for this event with Gametracker as well as a live video feed, available for a small fee. Read More…

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Army’s Garrett Thul Breaks All-Time Goals Record In 12-1 Win Over Michigan; More D1 Results

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MIAMI, Fla. – Senior attackman Garrett Thul led all players with seven goals en route to breaking Army’s all-time goals record in a 12-1 win over Michigan on Saturday night. Playing in the marquee game of the second Orange Bowl Lacrosse Classic at Sun Life Stadium, Thul’s effort brought his career total to 141 career goals and broke Scott Finlay’s mark, which was set from 1975-78. Read More…

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Sanders, Sturgis Send No. 15 Penn State Lions Past Michigan, 11-6



ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Led by four-goal performances from TJ Sanders (Orillia, Ont.) and Shane Sturgis (Downingtown, Pa.), No. 15 Penn State men’s lacrosse defeated Michigan, 11-6, at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. In all, Sanders had a five-point afternoon in his collegiate debut, while goaltender Austin Kaut (Morton, Pa.) made 12 saves for the Nittany Lions. Read More…

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