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VMI Lacrosse Announces Challenging 2015 Slate

“Our players came to VMI to be challenged every day both on and off the field,” said Anken of this year’s slate. “Playing a tough, demanding schedule is the best way for our program to continue building confidence, character and most importantly displaying our commitment to success.” Read More…

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VMI Lacrosse Joins Mike’s Hiking For Heroes

LEXINGTON, Va. — A program deeply dedicated to honoring those who serve and have served in the United States Armed Forces, the Virginia Military Institute men’s lacrosse team joined up with Mike’s Hiking For Heroes as the cross-country trek made its way through Lexington on December 1. Read More…

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Huge Lacrosse Hit, Grave Digger

Huge Lacrosse Hit, Grave Digger

We initially posted this huge lacrosse hit on our social media outlets and received great reactions from people. The majority made an appeal that the sport has become softer than ever. We tend to agree. Read More…

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Seven Home Games Adorn 2014 VMI Men’s Lacrosse Schedule

LEXINGTON, Va. – After a year with just four games in Lexington, the Virginia Military Institute men’s lacrosse team has announced its schedule for the 2014 season, which features seven home games, including two against service academies. VMI has one scrimmage date on the calendar as the Keydets head to Bellarmine University on Jan. 25. VMI will play two games in Louisville, Ky., one against the host institution and the second against Division II startup Tusculum College. Read More…

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Raffle and T-shirt Information for VMI Wounded Warrior Game Announced


LEXINGTON, Va. — Sunday, April 14 will be a special day at Drill Field #2, located on North Post at the Virginia Military Institute, as the Keydet lacrosse team honors the Wounded Warrior Project that day. With all proceeds going to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, raffle prizes and T-shirt sales information has been released. Read More…

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Anken Announces Twenty New VMI Lacrosse Members


LEXINGTON, Va. – After several firsts during the 2012 season, Virginia Military Institute lacrosse coach Brian Anken, who enters his third year on Post, has announced his freshman class for the upcoming 2013 season. Read More…

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Lehigh Mountain Hawks earn 6-2 win at VMI


LEXINGTON, Va. – Lehigh’s defense continued to dominate while the offense contributed more than enough goals to lead the #16/15 Mountain Hawks to a 6-2 win at VMI Tuesday. The victory marks Lehigh’s fourth in a row, the squad’s longest winning streak since 2006. Read More…

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UVA Cruises to Victory Over VMI Behind Stanwick’s Seven Points


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Steele Stanwick scored two goals and dished out five assists as the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (2-0) won its home opener for the fifth- straight year, defeating the VMI Keydets (0-3) on Tuesday evening, 19-5, inside Klöckner Stadium. Virginia now owns a 19-0 all-time record against its in-state opponent. Read More…

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VMI Service Branch Patches


Annually, we witness football players from Navy and Army duke it out in the most popular rivalry in all of football. One of the many storylines laced in the game commentary is the destination for the Seniors upon graduating from their respective service academies. One visible way to address it is to display the service branch patch on sleeves. VMI lacrosse players will also be adorning a patch, except for the entire season. Read More…

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Fall Ball Talk with VMI Head Lacrosse Coach Brian Anken

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VMI’s Brian Anken took the time to discuss how Fall Ball is going during his team’s second week of practice. He has put forth more effort into VMI than the majority of his predecessors can admit to. Besides amping up recruiting tremendously, Coach Anken speaks with passion and knows how to light a fire under his players. We look forward to seeing this program rising to greatness in the future. Read More…

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