The NCAA Tournament teams were just announced, and the entire lacrosse community is excited for tournament time no matter what their division of choice. The first games of the NCAA D3 Men’s Lacrosse tournament don’t take place until May 7th, so that gives us a little bit of time to examine the field!
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It’s conference championship time! This is a huge week for lacrosse, as the tournament is right around the corner. While some teams have already qualified, other teams will go head to head this week in order to try and get a bid into the NCAA tournament. Here’s a look at the conference tournaments, a look at the rankings, and some other story lines.
What an exciting weekend of lacrosse! As the regular season wound down, there were plenty of in conference rivalries to keep us entertained. A CAC tilt between Salisbury and Stevenson had 29 penalties! Washington College beat Gettysburg for the first time in 10 years, and both RIT and Denison stayed undefeated. Here’s a look at […]
Sean Christman returns to C2C with a recap of all the Elite 8 NCAA D3 Men’s Lacrosse Tournament games. Who is going to be playing on Memorial Day weekend? Let’s get to how we got here… we’re down to only FOUR teams! How can you not be excited?!?!?!
Sean Christman returns to C2C with a recap of all the second round NCAA D3 Men’s Lacrosse Tournament games. Things are only starting to get interesting as the tourney field whittles itself down. Who is going to be playing on Memorial Day weekend?
Get to know a program! Hailing from the town of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, the Dickinson Red Devils are having the best year of all the teams in the Centennial Conference.
While the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is historic in it’s own right, the Gettysburg College Bullets have been a constant force in the lacrosse world, especially in recent years. Get To Know the Gburg Bullets!
Please welcome Sean Christman to CAC to the ‘CAC! Sean will be writing about the Centennial Conference primarily, and his first post is a deeper look into the Franklin & Marshall Diplomats.