NJIT Can Make Strides in The America East

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NJIT officially announced its move from the Atlantic Sun to the America East on Monday morning. The move will help elevate the Highlanders’ athletic profile as a whole, and lacrosse is no exception to that.  Continue reading “NJIT Can Make Strides in The America East”

With Robert Morris and NJIT Making Moves, What Will NEC Lacrosse Look Like in The Near Future?

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On Monday, NJIT will formally announce their move from the Atlantic Sun (A-SUN) to the America East, which was made public vis the conference’s social media earlier in the week, and Robert Morris (RMU) will announce their move from the NEC to the Horizon League. Continue reading “With Robert Morris and NJIT Making Moves, What Will NEC Lacrosse Look Like in The Near Future?”

Game Rewind: Princeton vs Duke in 1997 NCAA Semifinals

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When the Princeton Tigers and Duke Blue Devils met in front of 30,580 fans on May 24th, 1997 at Byrd Stadium in College Park, Md. for the NCAA the semifinals it was practically a matchup between two squads on polar opposite ends of the totem pole. Continue reading “Game Rewind: Princeton vs Duke in 1997 NCAA Semifinals”

Report: NJIT to Join the America East Next Season

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NJIT will be joining the America East Conference next season, according to a report from  Jeff Goodman. The school was previously a full member of the Atlantic Sun and an affiliate member of the Northeast Conference (NEC) for lacrosse. Continue reading “Report: NJIT to Join the America East Next Season”

Throwback Thursday: 2003 Dartmouth Big Green

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The Dartmouth Big Green have only had one 11-win season in the NCAA era and one NCAA Tournament berth in program history. Both of those milestones came during Big Green’s 2003 season, which was the fifth and final year under head coach Rick Sowell.  Continue reading “Throwback Thursday: 2003 Dartmouth Big Green”

Looking at Potential Candidates for Hampton, VMI

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Two DI head coaching positions have opened in the past few weeks, as Rashad Devoe left Hampton to take the head coaching job at Amherst and Jon Birsner left VMI to become the head coach and assistant athletic director at Culver Military Academy (Ind.).  Continue reading “Looking at Potential Candidates for Hampton, VMI”

Former Johns Hopkins Midfielder Alex Concannon Transferring to Hofstra

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Former Johns Hopkins midfielder Alex Concannon will be playing his final year of college lacrosse at Hofstra. Concannon announced the news on his Instagram on Monday night.  Continue reading “Former Johns Hopkins Midfielder Alex Concannon Transferring to Hofstra”

Former Hampton Faceoff Man Ian Groom Announces Transfer to Hartford

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Former Hampton faceoff man Ian Groom has announced that he will be spending the remainder of his college lacrosse career at Hartford. Groom made the announcement via Instagram on Sunday night.  Continue reading “Former Hampton Faceoff Man Ian Groom Announces Transfer to Hartford”

Part Three: How Have Schmeisser, Turnbull Awad Winners Fared in Head-to-Head Matchups?

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*This article is part three of multi-part series that will analyze how Schmeisser and Turnbull Award winners have fared in head-to-head battles.*

The William C. Schmeisser Award has been given out to the most outstanding defenseman each year since 1942 and the Jack Turnbull Award has been given out to the top attackman each year since 1946. And oftentimes, the winners of these awards have gone head-to-head in games during the years that they won those awards.  Continue reading “Part Three: How Have Schmeisser, Turnbull Awad Winners Fared in Head-to-Head Matchups?”