Last year SU went 17-6 (man, that’s a lot of games!) and lost to Stevenson in the NCAAs 12-6. Stevenson went on to win it all, and all of a sudden, people were talking about a new King of the South. But now, Salisbury releases a video on Vimeo titled We Are Salisbury, and it has to have you thinking that last year was an aberration. The guys at Salisbury are clearly ready to roll.
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Welcome back to the D3 Lacrosse Report! Whether we’re finding this info ourselves or someone is sending it in to us, the D3 Report is all D3 all the time. Let’s delve a little deeper into the biggest (some may also argue best) college lacrosse division in the country!
Welcome to the second installment of the D3 Lacrosse Report! We’ve seen plenty of action early, and there have been some serious close calls as well as some BIG TIME early upsets. How I love D3 lacrosse… let me count the ways!
It’s February 17th, and that means the NESCAC has been practicing for two days now. It’s high time we got the D3 Report going again for 2014! Some teams are playing games, many more are still scrimmaging, and the big time action is just around the corner. Time to see where everyone is sitting at the table!
This week’s Throwback Thursday is all about D3 love and our premier video showcases Cortland State vs Ohio Wesleyan in a 1989 barn burner! Goals on goals… just the way we like it!
Bill Belichick played lacrosse at NCAA Division 3 Wesleyan University, and so did his daughter, Amanda. While he has been the Head Coach of the New England Patriots for some time, Amanda is now also a Head Coach, as she runs the women’s lacrosse program at their alma mater in Middletown, CT.
Welcome back to the D3 Report. We talk D3 men’s lacrosse, because it’s awesome. 2014 is fast approaching, so let’s check out what some of the teams out there have been up to this fall…
The Meghan Puls Classic is a great fall scrimmage day in Maryland for a number of D3 teams. Stevenson University will once again be hosting the third annual Meghan Puls Lacrosse Classic this Sunday, October 20 at 10 AM in Mustang Stadium on the Owings Mills campus. This year’s tournament features five teams, including Stevenson University, Goucher College, Virginia Wesleyan College, Franklin & Marshall College and Cabrini College.
4OneTwoLax recently posted a video of Richie Ford (Stevenson ’10), and asked if Ford was the most exciting attackman of all-time in D3. 412 claimed that he was, and I think it’s hard to definitively argue otherwise. “Exciting” is all about personal preference and opinion. If 412 says it’s Ford, I won’t argue! If you factor in the fact that film doesn’t exist online for most of these guys, the claim makes even more sense.
Both Wesleyan and Tufts sent alumni teams to the 2013 CityLax Southampton Shootout, and as luck and good scheduling would have it, the two squads faced off in the last game of the day. Although there is no champion for this one day charity tournament, teams still play to win, and Tufts entered the game at 2-0, with two solid wins, and Wesleyan entered at 1-1.
Most D3 lacrosse players head back home, or to a Summer job or internship, during the 3 month break of June, July, and August. Some play box in Canada, and some travel the country (and world), playing lacrosse. Others, like Stevenson’s Callum Robinson, go home and play for their local club team and their state’s men’s team… because that’s how they do it in Australia.
Team Shocker has been around for what seems to be forever, and while this Connecticut-based club team might be slightly less well known than some club teams out there, they sure are loaded up with talent, and LOTS of it is coming from the D3 ranks.
Rosters have been announced for the annual North – South game in D3. The contest pits some of the best Seniors from schools in the North against the best Seniors from the schools in the South.
Here we are again. It’s Final Four weekend for NCAA D3 Men’s Lacrosse, and all of the big names and preseason favorites have made their way to the end of the year. Cortland, RIT, Salisbury, and Stevenson are our teams, and of course, everyone is shocked.
Sean Christman returns to C2C with a recap of all the first round NCAA D3 Men’s Lacrosse Tournament games. There were a couple blow outs, some tight contests, an almost upset, and a pretty solid shocker! Not too bad for just the first round.