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Cabrini Lacrosse Tribute: Through the Eyes of Injury

0 - Published June 20, 2014 by in CAC Lacrosse, College

Editor’s Note: Not letting injury keep him from contributing to his team, Cabrini’s freshman attackman Nick Vass grabbed a camera and spent the season documenting his school’s awesome 2014 run! Check out his story and killer video at the bottom! Nick Vass is a freshman from California who currently plays attack for the Cabrini College […]

D3 Report: AQ’s and Conference Championships

0 - Published May 1, 2014 by in CAC Lacrosse, College

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.

War On The Shore Video: Salisbury Defeats WAC

0 - Published March 21, 2014 by in CAC Lacrosse, College

Salisbury took down WAC 12-7 to win the War on the Shore! This is a huge annual rivalry game, and the winner of the yearly contest takes home the Charles B. Clark Cup each year to make it extra special. Salisbury hosted WAC this year, and the atmosphere was electric, as it always is!

Is Salisbury BACK?

0 - Published March 4, 2014 by in CAC Lacrosse, College

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.

W&L Tops Salisbury. Gulls Are 1-2

0 - Published February 22, 2013 by in CAC Lacrosse, College

Washington & Lee is now the second ODAC team to knock off the ‘Bury this year, as Lynchburg did it last week in Virginia. The Generals needed double overtime to take out the defending champs, and many people, including this author, were shocked to see a final score of 7-6.