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.
The Capital Athletic Conference has some of the best lacrosse in the country, at least in DIII. And it forms half of the name of this blog. The CAC!
Excellent highlights from the recent Salisbury – Roanoke NCAA D3 men’s lacrosse game, which SU won 17-5.
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.
Salisbury vs. Greensboro is usually one of the first D3 lacrosse games played, and has been the opener for both squads for the last four years. We’ve got highlights that prove the Gulls have reloaded.
Yesterday Connor gave you ten D3 players to watch in 2013. Now, with some help from friends on Twitter, he’s back to give you TEN MORE D3 players to watch this Spring.
Connor Wilson provides us with TEN excellent D3 players worth watching in 2013. Each was picked for a different reason, and most are on championship caliber teams… but not all!
You’d be wise to watch these three teams in D3 this year: Salisbury, Stevenson, and… Adrian? Yeah, Adrian. They’re a program on the rise.
“It takes a big man to admit he’s wrong. It takes a bigger man to do something about it” Geoff Hebert called me out. Any you know what? He was right. He didn’t complain about me intentionally dragging the Stevenson name through the mud, something I didn’t feel I did anyhow. He compared my recent […]
Preface: Following the posting of the Chris Scott story earlier today, a few past and present members of the Stevenson lacrosse program expressed concern via Twitter over the original title of the article, “The Pride of Stevenson Lacrosse.” Upon receiving their complaints, I extended an open offer to any of them to explain why they found it inappropriate with the […]
Update: In all fairness to Stevenson University and the lacrosse team, it bears mentioning that Scott was not a member of the team in 2011 and was not enrolled at the university. The Smoking Gun report included a link to Scott’s athletic profile from the 2010 roster, which the Stevenson administration has since removed from their athletics website, presumably […]