Looking Back at Shamel Bratton’s 2009 Season

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During his time at Virginia, Shamel Bratton, along with his twin brother Rhamel, was one of the most electrifying players in the game. Continue reading “Looking Back at Shamel Bratton’s 2009 Season”

2020 NCAA Positional Rankings

Editors Note: This article was submitted by a reader, John H., who wanted to share who he thought were the top ten players at each position in college lacrosse this past season. 

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1. Michael Sowers, Princeton: The best player in college lacrosse. Can take over a game whenever wherever.
2. Grant Ament, Penn State: Does it all. One of the greatest passers to ever play. The true QB of an offense.

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Report: Patriot League to Leave Fifth-Year Decision to Individual Schools

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According to a report from Terry Foy of Inside Lacrosse, the Patriot League will leave the decision fifth-year players’ ability to take a fifth-year up to individual schools. The report started the the Patriot League issued a memo to its member schools on Thursday concerning this issue.  Continue reading “Report: Patriot League to Leave Fifth-Year Decision to Individual Schools”

Brian Duncan Building His Vision at Flagler College

Brian Duncan has been coaching lacrosse for over 20 years, which has included various stints in both college and the pros. But his biggest challenge may be ahead of him as he is tasked with taking Flagler College from club to NCAA DII. 

Duncan’s journey at Flagler began eight years ago.  Continue reading “Brian Duncan Building His Vision at Flagler College”

Which DI Seniors are Coming Back in 2021?

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On Monday the NCAA Division I  Council voted to grant spring sport athletes an extra year of eligibility. And according to the NCAA’s ruling, the NCAA Division I Council has adjusted financial aid rules to allow teams to have more players on scholarship to account for incoming recruits. Continue reading “Which DI Seniors are Coming Back in 2021?”

Ivy League Won’t Make One-Time Exception for Fifth-Year Spring Sport Athletes

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On Monday the NCAA Division I  Council voted to grant spring sport athletes an extra year of eligibility. And according to the NCAA’s ruling, the NCAA Division I Council has adjusted financial aid rules to allow teams to have more players on scholarship to account for incoming recruits. Continue reading “Ivy League Won’t Make One-Time Exception for Fifth-Year Spring Sport Athletes”