Is The Ivy League Cornell’s To Lose in 2021?

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Ivy League coaches got some gutwrenching news on Thursday, as it was announced that Cornell senior attackman Jeff Teat has received a fifth-year waiver through the Ivy League and will be returning in 2021.  Continue reading “Is The Ivy League Cornell’s To Lose in 2021?”

Best Season For Every Ivy League Program

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College lacrosse has a rich history, filled with endless stories and legends. 

And while the game is still growing at the college level and some programs have been around way longer than others, there is a certain amount of history at every program that can be heralded.  Continue reading “Best Season For Every Ivy League Program”

Report: Princeton Won’t Grant Extra Year to Athletes Who Withdraw

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According to a report from Alissa Selover of The Princetonian, Princeton will not allow athletes who withdraw or intend to withdraw an extra season. This eliminates the option of any spring sport athlete at Princeton from withdrawing and re-enrolling next spring to preserve their final year of eligibility.  Continue reading “Report: Princeton Won’t Grant Extra Year to Athletes Who Withdraw”

How Could the Ivy League in 2020 Have Stacked up to 1990?

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Ever since the 2020 season was cut short, there has been much discussion around how good this season could have been for the Ivy League. When the season was cut, three of the top five teams in the country hailed from the Ivy League. Overall, the conference had four top-20 teams and multiple teams that had received top-20 votes throughout the season. Continue reading “How Could the Ivy League in 2020 Have Stacked up to 1990?”

Ivy League Cancels Spring Sports Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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The Ivy League has announced that the Ivy League Council of Presidents have made an unanimous decision to cancel all spring athletics practice and competition through the remainder of the academic year.  Continue reading “Ivy League Cancels Spring Sports Amid Coronavirus Outbreak”

Saturday Recap: Ivy League Takes The Spotlight

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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”

2020 Schedule Preview: Harvard Crimson

The Harvard Crimson is the 70th DI program to release their 2020 men’s lacrosse schedule. Harvard comes into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign where they went 5-8 overall and 1-4 in the Ivy League. Harvard had a coaching change over the summer, hiring Gerry Byrne as their next head coach Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Harvard Crimson”

2020 Schedule Preview: Brown Bears

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The Brown Bears are the 67th DI program to release their 2020 men’s lacrosse schedule. Brown comes into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign where they went 7-9 overall and 3-3 in the Ivy League. They lost to Penn in the Ivy League semifinals. Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Brown Bears”

2020 Schedule Preview: Penn Quakers

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The Penn Quakers are the 58th DI program to announce their 2020 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Quakers come into 2020 following a 2019 campaign in which they went 12-4 overall and 6-0 in the Ivy League. The Quakers won the Ivy League tournament and made it to the NCAA quarterfinals where they fell to Yale in overtime in the two teams’ third meeting of the season.  Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Penn Quakers”