Waseda currently plays in Kanto College Lacrosse League they seem to be pretty good from what I can see from their scores and schedule. They are also on top of the standings at the moment. It also seems like Waseda has a lot of support as they are very active on social media and they even have a YouTube channel with highlights and a season pump up video as well. From the looks of those videos they have a couple thousand people in stands at most of their games which is fantastic to see.
During their American expedition over the past week they got to play against some pretty good NCAA competition and they also had some really cool experiences off the field as well. Waseda was invited to East Coast Dyes HQ and US Lacrosse HQ. They also got a clinic from a few MLL players and attended a fall practice at Maryland.
In terms of games they started the week on Sunday playing DIII Goucher College in Towson, MD. Waseda would win 16-7 in that game. You can find the highlights on East Coast Dyes YouTube channel. Their next scrimmage would be on Wednesday against DIII McDaniel and Waseda would would also win that game by a score of 14-6. The last two scrimmages would be the toughest as they lost to Johns Hopkins 21-6 on Thursday and then would lose to Navy 17-6 on Friday.
It was great to see such a high level of competition on display from a Japanese college lacrosse team and it proves how far and wide this game has grown. Best of luck to Waseda through the rest of their season and safe travels back home. You can find more info on Waseda’s lacrosse program from their website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube.