With Reece Eddy and Chase Levesque, the Terriers have the best LSM tandem in the nation.
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Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the SB206 Act, also known as Fair Pay to Play, into law – which allows college athletes in the state to make money off their own image and likeness. He actually signed the bill while on an episode of Lebron James’ HBO show “The Shop” which was aired on Monday when the news officially broke. Continue reading “How Will California’s ‘Fair Pay To Play Act’ Impact College Lacrosse?”
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It was a wet one at the Ridley Athletic Complex, but that didn’t slow down the Loyola Greyhounds one bit as they dominated cross-town rival Towson in a 15-6 victory. Loyola now leads 34-29 in the all-time series. Continue reading “Loyola Dominates Cross-Town Rival Towson”
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Welcome to week four of the 2020 NCAA lacrosse season, y’all.
Believe it or not, after this weekend we will be a week into the season and conference play will have begun for a few teams in the Patriot League, which is the second largest conference in DI lacrosse. Continue reading “What to Watch: NCAA Week Four”
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With 43.2 seconds left in the game Michael Kraus, who is fighting the Flu, scored the game-winner on, essentially, and open cage for the Cavaliers to secure the 18-15 victory over the High Point Panthers. Continue reading “Midweek Notebook: Virginia Escapes High Point, Stony Brook Claims Long Island”
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Nothing was more of an impact on the college lacrosse offseason than the NCAA Transfer Portal.
While transfers have always been pretty regular in college lacrosse, the portal turned things up a notch. The NCAA’s Transfer Portal allows players to enter their name and test the waters without permission from their current program. The portal has made transferring much easier for the athlete. Continue reading “Top Transfer Performances From Week Three”
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After all the offseason changes and preseason banter, the high school lacrosse season in the Bluegrass State is just days away. And one common theme seems to be echoing across the state: newness. Continue reading “Newness Looms Over the Bluegrass as the 2020 High School Season Approaches”
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Week two of the college lacrosse season is officially in the books. And while there were outstanding performances across the country, here’s our three stars from week two of the season. Continue reading “NCAA Three Stars: Week Three”
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In what was a pretty packed Sunday of lacrosse action, Syracuse-Army was the marquee event. And while that contest certainly lived up to the hype, Notre Dame, Cornell, and others also put on some pretty impressive performances on Sunday, as well. Continue reading “Sunday Recap: Syracuse Completes Comeback Victory Against Army”
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It was another exciting Saturday across the NLL landscape, and things got started a bit earlier as the San Diego Seals and Vancouver Warriors went to battle at 2PM ET. And that exciting 15-10 contest was just the tip of the iceberg. Continue reading “NLL Saturday Recap: Merrill Breaks Loose Ball Record, Dobbie Comes up Big in First Game Back”
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Much buzz and hype surrounded this weekend with multiple big games on tap. And Saturday’s contests lived up to the hype, and the Ivy League was at the forefront of it. Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale all secured wins that were of varying degrees of significance, but very significant, nonetheless. Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Ivy League Takes The Spotlight”
It was a busy day for the Boston Cannons as they acquired three high-level players in Bryan Cole, Randy Staats, and Bryce Wasserman to beef up their offense.
The first trade of the day for the Cannons was one that saw them send attackman Will Sands to the Connecticut Hammerheads in exchange for attackman Bryce Wasserman. Continue reading “Cannons Acquire Cole, Staats, Wasserman Via Trade”