TV Schedule, NCAA Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championships on ESPN Networks



The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Division I Lacrosse Championships will air across ESPN networks over Memorial Day weekend. The men’s championship weekend opens with top-seeded Duke facing fifth-seed Denver at 1 p.m., followed by No. 7 seed Maryland vs. No. 6 seed Notre Dame at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 24, from M&T Stadium in Baltimore and televised on ESPN2 and WatchESPN. The National Championship will also air on ESPNU via the Spider Cam feed – an alternate viewing fan experience that is integrated into the traditional telecast. Read More…

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College Lacrosse on TV: ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship Highlights ESPNU Weekend Action

Apr 19, 2014; South Bend, IN, USA; Maryland Terrapins midfielder Connor Cannizzaro (23) moves the ball as Notre Dame Fighting Irish defensemen Matt Landis (43) and Matthew Collins (42) defend in the first quarter at Arlotta Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports


The ACC Men’s Lacrosse Championship – showcasing four of the league’s six teams, which are ranked in the top 10 – will begin with semifinal action on ESPNU and WatchESPN on Friday, April 25, from Chester, Pa. The first semifinal will air at 5 p.m. with No. 3 seed Syracuse (No. 4 nationally) vs. No. 2 Duke (No. 2), followed by No. 4 seed Notre Dame (No. 9 nationally) against No. 1 Maryland (No. 7) at 7:30 p.m. Read More…

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Video: Quint Kessenich Analyzes First Female Lacrosse Player in Major League Lacrosse

Quint Kessenich Hopes Devon Wills Doesn't Receive Walking Papers


An historic moment took place yesterday when the New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse claimed Devon Wills off the Player Pool. She has the chance to be the first ever female lacrosse player to make a professional field team. Read More…

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Quint Kessenich Gives his Two Cents about Cornell Lacrosse Suspension (Video)

Quint Kessenich Gives his Two Cents about Cornell Lacrosse Suspension


For once (!), I agree with Quint. ESPN briefly addressed the Cornell Lacrosse hazing incident Tuesday. In the short clip, Quint Kessenich states that the suspension and incident will not hurt Cornell’s recruiting. Read More…

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ESPN’s College Lacrosse Players and Teams To Watch in 2013 (Video)

May 14, 20011; Ithaca, NY, USA; Hartford Hawks defenseman Alex Matarazzo (6) defends against Cornell Big Red attack Rob Pannell (3)during the first round of the 2011 NCAA Mens Lacrosse Tournament at Schoellkopf Field. Cornell defeated Hartford 15-6. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Shanahan-USA TODAY Sports


Usually, I’d disagree with Dixon’s comments. Fortunately, I didn’t have to hear much from him. Quint and Paul’s assessment for the players and teams to look out for this season are accurate. I, for one, loved their appreciation for Denver’s team. Read More…

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Jovan Miller Responds to the Quint Kessenich Hypocrisy

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Being deep in the social media world, I came across an article on LacrossePlayground.com that made me re-read what was said. Although the article seemed very subjective and directed squarely at Quint Kessenich, I had a few thoughts regarding a view from a player’s perspective. You are free to disagree or applaud. Read More…

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A letter to Quint Kessenich: Stop the Hypocrisy

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The other day, over at Inside Lacrosse, Quint Kessenich wrote a letter to Major League Lacrosse where he criticized unsportsmanlike behavior in the league and implored the MLL to clean up the game. Normally, when we hear Quint’s voice it is like listening to the teacher on Charlie Brown – we just hear “wah wah, wah wah wah wah.” But this time we heard something else – hypocrisy. Read More…

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The Hardest Lacrosse Hit You’ll See Today

rob guida, johns hopkins lacrosse


A big helmet-to-helmet hit in the Johns Hopkins vs. Virginia game last weekend occurred when Blue Jay Rob Guida got bopped by Virginia’s Pat Harbeson. The Referees called it a one minute non-releasable penalty, but Quint Kessenich wanted an ejection. Read More…

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“In the Crease” with Quint Kessenich

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Lacrosse Playground presents Episode 3 of “In the Crease” with special host Quint Kessenich, as played by Mike Gvozden. Featuring Hofstra All-American goalie Andrew Gvozden, Kessenich describes lacrosse to people who are new to the game of lacrosse and Long Island hangouts. Read More…

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So Why Did Illadelph Choose Quint Kessenich As Their Muse For Ocean City Uniforms?

Quint Kessenich uniform-face


Ocean City Classic has become known for crazy and outrageous jerseys and this year did NOT disappoint. One of the big winners from the weekend was Team Illadelph’s Quint Kessenich jerseys. We have received a lot of inquiries about the uniform, the inspiration and who manufactured it so we reached out to one of the founding members of Illadelph, Carl Ray, to explain it for us. Read More…

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