The Jacksonville Dolphins are the eighth DI team to release their 2020 schedule. Jacksonville comes into the 2020 season after a 2019 campaign which saw the Dolphins go 6-9 overall, 5-2 in the SoCon, and lose in the first round of the SoCon tournament to High Point. Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Jacksonville Dolphins”→
The Marquette Golden Eagles are the fifth DI team to release their 2020 schedule. Marquette is coming off a bumpy 2019 season which saw them go 6-9 and miss the Big East tournament, but they step into a new era with Andrew Stimmel taking the reigns as head coach, replacing Joe Amplo who left for the same position at Navy. Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Marquette Golden Eagles”→
The NJIT Highlanders are the fourth team to release their 2020 schedule. After going 2-13 in 2019, the Highlanders enter the 2020 with newfound energy and excitement as they enter the NEC and open a brand new on-campus stadium.
New York Tech (DII)
Mount St. Mary’s
2/1 vs Hampton
NJIT opens up their season at home against the Hampton Pirates, a team they are 3-0 against all-time. The Highlanders and Pirates have been at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to DI lacrosse since the inception of each program. With essentially new eras starting at both, this will be a key game to get the season started off on the right foot.
2/8 @ Monmouth
New Jersey foes, NJIT has faced Monmouth each year in their five years of existence. The Highlanders got their first win over the Hawks last season, beating them 8-5 at home.
3/14 vs LIU
NJIT will face LIU at home to open up NEC play. This will be a matchup between two new NEC teams as LIU is coming into the conference this season, as well.
4/4 vs Merrimack
The Highlanders kick off their April slate against Merrimack, another new addition to the NEC this season. Merrimack moves up to DI after winning back-to-back DII national championships.