Is Drexel the Most Underrated Canadian Outpost in College Lacrosse?

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Most are well aware of how many great players have come to the United States from Canada to play college lacrosse over the years, and the programs that have benefitted the most from those great players. Syracuse, Denver, Stony Brook, Canisius, Robert Morris, Bellarmine, and plenty of other DI programs have seen some of the greatest Canadian players walk through their doors over the years.  Continue reading “Is Drexel the Most Underrated Canadian Outpost in College Lacrosse?”

Michael Sowers Withdraws From Princeton, Coming Back in 2021

Princeton attackman Michael Sowers has withdrawn from school and plans to comeback next season, according to a report from the Athletic’s Dana O’Neil

News of Sowers’ decision comes just one day after the NCAA granted a blanket waiver for spring sport athletes, which grants them an extra year of eligibility. However, the Ivy League does not allow graduate students to compete in college athletics. And while it was reported that the conference support the blanket waiver, they have yet to announce any changes to their rules.  Continue reading “Michael Sowers Withdraws From Princeton, Coming Back in 2021”

NCAA Division I Council to Grant Spring Sport Athletes an Extra Year of Eligibility

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The NCAA Division I Council has announced that the voted to grant spring sport athletes an extra year of eligibility. 

Additionally, the NCAA Division I Council has adjusted financial aid rules to allow teams to have more players on scholarship to account for incoming recruits. Also, schools will be able to offer the same, less, or more aid to a player than they did this season. They also have the option to offer no aid.  Continue reading “NCAA Division I Council to Grant Spring Sport Athletes an Extra Year of Eligibility”

Football Schools Will Dominate The Next Decade And Beyond in College Lacrosse

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May 25th, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pa. That day is one that many will forever remember as the day Penn State lacrosse officially arrived, becoming just the 10th FBS school to play on Championship Weekend. Continue reading “Football Schools Will Dominate The Next Decade And Beyond in College Lacrosse”

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?”