After entering the transfer portal and leaving the program back in January, former Towson attackman Phil Weis will be transferring to Boston U. in the fall. The Sophomore was named a CAA All-Rookie selection last season at Towson. The Loyola Blakefield (Md.) product started in 15 games for the Tigers last year, tallying 15 … Continue reading Phil Weis Transferring to Boston U.
After the first weekend in April we still don't have much clarity in a lot of the conference races, but we do have a good idea in some. Last weekend was crazy as there were upsets everywhere. Today, we sit less than a month away from Selection Sunday and things are winding down and heating … Continue reading Bracketology 3.0: What’s Going On?
It wasn't the most exciting Tuesday of the college lacrosse season as we saw just one game that was competitive for the entire sixty minutes. The other three out of four games were straight up blowouts, and you could even call at least one of them a mollywhopping. Brown 9, Providence 7 In the only … Continue reading Tuesday Notebook: Brown Defeats Providence, Record-Setting Day for Sacred Heart
A four game Tuesday slate is all we have in terms of midweek college lacrosse games this week. It certainly isn't the best slate of midweek games this season, but we have lacrosse nonetheless. Marquee Matchups Brown @ Providence These two Rhode Island foes will be playing in an Ocean State Cup game, the second … Continue reading Tuesday Preview: Ocean State Cup, Non-Conference Matchups
In another wild Sunday of college lacrosse we saw four exciting games, three of which were conference matchups. The day got started with Ohio State putting together a comeback in the second half to take down Johns Hopkins and Georgetown coming back to beat Villanova. We also saw Cornell explode in the second half to … Continue reading Sunday Recap: Maryland And Ohio State Get B1G Conference Wins, Georgetown Takes Down Villanova
Well, it was another wild Saturday of college lacrosse action, but it seemed like this wasn't just any normal Saturday. With a lot of big games on the docket upsets and close contest were bound to happen. We ended up seeing some very close contest and some games that really made people open … Continue reading Saturday Roundup: Army Stifles Navy in Overtime, Boston U. Upsets Loyola
As there are just a few weeks left in the regular season, things are starting to heat up in regards to playoff implications. This weekend there are a few big conference and non-conference matchups. One of the biggest games of the weekend is Army vs Navy as they meet on the lacrosse field for the … Continue reading Weekend Preview: Army and Navy Set For 100th Meeting, Conference Implications Everywhere
According to reports, former Fairfield star Colin Burke will be transferring to Utah. The attackman put his name in the transfer portal back at the beginning of the season and hasn't been with the Stags at all. Burke should have just one year of eligibility at Utah as a grad student. Burke is a huge … Continue reading Colin Burke Transferring to Utah
The first weekend in April has passed and we are now under a month away from Selection Sunday. Even with that, the field looks as wide open as ever. All conferences are now fully emerged in conference play and things are looking a bit clearer in some conferences than other. Either way it's time to … Continue reading Bracketology 2.0: The Field is Still Wide Open
It was an exciting Tuesday as we had five games on the docket. In the two biggest games of the day we saw Syracuse devour Cornell and Loyola took down Georgetown as the Greyhounds had to ward off the Hoyas. Hartford 12, Dartmouth 11 It was a snowy one (Yes, snow) in New Hampshire as … Continue reading Tuesday Notebook: Loyola Holds Off Georgetown, Syracuse Downs Cornell