Atlas LC and Chaos LC came into Sunday searching for their first win of the season. Ultimately, it would be Chaos taking the game and securing their first win of the inaugural PLL season. Chaos used a big first half and impressive offense to help blow past Atlas. While Atlas was able to finally find … Continue reading Big First Half Helps Chaos LC Capture Win Over Atlas LC
Archers LC is now 2-0 after defeating Redwoods 10-9 in their week two matchup of the inaugural PLL season. Archers were able to overcome a tough Redwoods defense and take advantage of every opportunity to secure the win. Redwoods were led by Joe Walters, Clarke Petterson, and Sergio Perkovic with 2 goals each. Greg Gurelian … Continue reading Archers Edge Redwoods, Move To 2-0
According to a report from Chip Malafronte of the New Haven Register, Yale is in the mix of schools that Chris Gray is considering, and he has already applied to the school. This report comes a day after Chris Jastrzembski from College Crosse reported that Duke, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, Syracuse, and North Carolina are all in … Continue reading Chris Gray Has Reportedly Sent In An Application To Yale
The college lacrosse offseason is even more exciting now that we have the NCAA Transfer Portal and the new rules that make it easier to transfer than every before. Over the past few weeks there have already been multiple players enter the Transfer Portal, and a few already have a landing spot. Of the transfers … Continue reading Transfer News, Chris Gray Update
Earlier this week I wrote an article discussing players from outside of North America that played NCAA lacrosse this past season. This is sort of the reverse of that article, except we are just talking about the opportunities that exist to play college lacrosse outside of the United States. Many in the United States think … Continue reading Want To Play College Lacrosse? Look Outside Of The U.S.
Stony Brook is one of six current programs that are, or have, had coaching searches this offseason. The Seawolves have had success but that has seemed to diminish over the last few years under Jim Nagle, who parted ways with Stony Brook last month. This is a job where success can be, and has been … Continue reading Looking At Coaching Candidates At Stony Brook
According to multiple reports, Andrew Baxter is set to be hired as the next head coach at Fairfield after serving as an assistant at Yale since 2013. Baxter's hiring comes a little less than a month since the news broke that Andy Copelan would be stepping down as the head coach at Fairfield. College Crosse's … Continue reading Fairfield Set To Hire Andrew Baxter
As first reported by Inside Lacrosse, Marquette head coach Joe Amplo is expected to be named the next head coach at Navy. Amplo has been the head coach at Marquette since the programs inception in 2011. Under Amplo's guidance the Golden Eagles have turned into a power in the Big East, winning the conference championship … Continue reading Joe Amplo To Be Named Navy’s Head Coach
Last year we saw one of the biggest transfers in college lacrosse history with TD Ierlan transferring from Albany to Yale, the 2018 national champions. Ierlan was such an impact transfer because of how dominate he is at the faceoff dot, changing the outcome of a game just with his sheer presence. Let's face it, … Continue reading How Big Of An Impact Transfer Is Chris Gray?
There are 243 days until the 2020 NCAA lacrosse season kicks off and 357 days until the 2020 NCAA DI national championship on Memorial Day. So it is way too early and nearly impossible for anyone to predict who will take home all the glory next season. While it is pretty much impossible to predict … Continue reading Way Too Early Look At Who Has The Best Chance Of Winning It All In 2020?