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 […]
College Lacrosse news and commentary featuring NCAA Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, the MCLA and the NCLL. This is your one-stop shop for college lax news and information.
The Houghton College Lacrosse team finished up their first full year of NCAA Division 3 Lacrosse, and when all things are considered, it was quite a successful campaign!
The United States Coast Guard Academy, located in New London, CT, will be transitioning from MCLA D2 to NCAA D3 in 2015. The USCGA lacrosse program has a long history of success, but this current group is taking things to the next level, both on the field and off of it. Commander Sean Cross has been helping the team with promotion over the last couple of MCLA seasons, and he has provided us with a great look into the program’s pending transition to the D3 level.
In the end, I can still understand rewarding the “good” teams with more All-Americans. But here is the thrust of my thought process right now: I simply don’t believe that any one team in the Top 20 of D3 is really 11 or 12 All Americans better than someone only a handful of spots behind them.
The United States Coast Guard Academy, located in New London, CT, will be transitioning from MCLA D2 to NCAA D3 in 2015. The USCGA lacrosse program has a long history of success, but this current group is taking things to the next level, both on the field and off of it. The USCGA is the smallest US service academy, and we’re thrilled to have them playing D3 lacrosse next year!
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!
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 […]
If you’re not amped up for the Stevenson – Salisbury game this weekend, you’ve clearly got huge problems. It’s going to an absolute throw down. I guarantee it! To compliment this week’s Hot Pot, which explains Stevenson’s rise and the greatest burgeoning rivalry in D3, I thought it would be interesting to see Stevenson’s change over the years, in video format.
Welcome back to another great installment of The D3 Report! We’ve got a ton of great info, some fantastic video, and an update on where we stand in the giant world that is D3 men’s NCAA lacrosse!
Welcome back to another crazy installment of the D3 Report! This season has been chock full of upsets, surprise teams, and quick Top 20 risers. More established programs are losing games to teams they would have beaten by 10 or more only a few years ago. Parity? Do we know that word? By now, we should!
Tufts Lacrosse has been crushing it on the field, and at 7-1 the Jumbos are definitely top 10 material for 2014. Tufts lost 15-9 to Stevenson, and only beat Keene State by 1 goal (17-16), but other than that, they have been crushing opponents. To go along with that, Tufts Lacrosse is crushing the video department as well.
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!
The D3 Report is here to make sure that you are totally on top of the NCAA D3 men’s lacrosse scene! From Tufts to Salisbury to Stevenson to everyone else, the D3 Report delivers! Now, is this the year of the South, or is it just early?
The year is 2003. Oneonta is playing NCAA DIII men’s lacrosse as part of the SUNYAC conference and Stewart Moan is the Head Coach. The Red Dragons went 9-9 that year and a ton of the FULL game film from a number of these contests is now right here on the Cac to the Cac! D3 Throwback Thursday time!