It may feel like the 2021 season just came to a close, but the 2022 season will be here before you know it. Below you can find 2022 schedules, rosters, previews and more for every DI team.
*= The Ivy League, as well as Hampton, did not have a season in 2021.
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Conference realignment isn’t new. It has been happening, practically, since the dawn of college athletics. And in the era of NIL where more power is gravitating to the players, conference realignment might just become more prevalent over the next few years.
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The Penn State Nittany Lions are set to hire Mike Murphy as their next defensive coordinator, according to a report from Chris Jastrzembski.
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While excitement has engulfed the lacrosse community in Kentucky in recent with the possibility of state sanctioning on the horizon, it looks like folks will have to wait a little longer before any official decision is made.
Continue reading “KHSAA Moves Decision on Lacrosse Sanctioning to September”
(Taft midfielder Ben Spinelli is one of nine 2022s who have flipped since June 1st| Photo Courtesy of Taft Lacrosse)
While the contact period for juniors opens up on September 1st, that doesn’t mean that every program fills up their class in the first few months of the contact period. It is nothing new to see schools at all levels take commitments the summer following the contact period opening, and in some cases we even see schools take players after their senior season is over. That very situation has played out for multiple players in the 2021 cycle.
Continue reading “The Summer Recruiting Wave Is Here For The 2022 Class”
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The college lacrosse offseason is far from over, but as August quickly approaches more players are finding homes and the majority of the “big name” players are already off the board.
While there will still be a number of roster changes that take place before fall ball gets underway, and plenty more before the start of the 2022 season, here’s a look at some of the programs that have been the winners of the NCAA Transfer Portal thus far.
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Delaware goalie Matt Kilkeay and attackman Mark Bieda will be returning for a fifth season with the Blue Hens, the program announced via social media on Tuesday night.
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The PLL took a break from regular-season play this past weekend as the league descended upon San Jose, Calif., for the second ever PLL All-Star Game.
Continue reading “PLL Notebook: Tim Troutner Puts on a Show in San Jose”
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Since the dead period was lifted on June 1st, no team has made more headway on the recruiting trail than the Penn State Nittany Lions. Jeff Tambroni’s program has built half of their 2022 class in just the past month with four commitments – including three flips – since late June.
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John Danowski and the Duke Blue Devils have landed the services of former Ohio State attackman Grant Mitchell, according to a report from Inside Lacrosse’s Ty Xanders on Thursday night.
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