September 15, 2016
McLaughlin: Moving On, But Not Waving Goodbye to Lacrosse
Lacrosse Magazine deputy editor Corey McLaughlin reflects on six-plus years of working with LM and US Lacrosse. There have been many great memories and people met along the way.

September 11, 2016
Danowski Nets Eight Points on 'Special Day' at USA Scrimmage
Matt Danowski, playing for his father and Team USA head coach John, had three goals and five assists in a 15-13 win for his side in a U.S. intrasquad scrimmage Sunday in Sparks, Md.

September 8, 2016
Five Things to Watch at Team USA Men's Scrimmage
Old and new faces, John Danowski and company together again, and a split-squad scrimmage during US Lacrosse Grand Opening weekend.

August 9, 2016
From the Mag: No Quit in Coquitlam
Event plus response equals outcome. It was one of many memes the U.S. under-19 men's national team heard along the way to the 2016 FIL World Championship. And it turned out to be a positive result in thrilling comeback fashion.

July 19, 2016
Binghamton Brings Back McKeown to be Next Head Coach
The Bearcats have turned to one of their own. Binghamton's former America East Player of the Year and All-American goalie Kevin McKeown is the program's new head coach.

July 19, 2016
Year of UNC: It Was Great Day to be a Tar Heel
Unburdened by expectations, unheralded as players, North Carolina put it all together at the right time to win its first NCAA title in 25 years. Relive the Tar Heels' season and dramatic finish in a championship game bout against Maryland.

July 17, 2016
U.S. U19ers Take Gold with Thrilling Comeback Win Over Canada
Down six at halftime, the U.S. under-19 men's national team clawed back and took its first lead of the game with eight seconds left on a Ryan Conrad goal. It was just enough for Team USA to take gold on enemy soil.

July 15, 2016
U19 Final Round Wrap: Mexico Ends First Tourney With Win
Mexico Lacrosse started with a dream seven years ago. In the final round of the FIL U19 Men's World Championship that started on Friday, the Mexicans earned their first U19 tournament win.

July 15, 2016
Team USA, Canada to Meet Again for U19 Men's World Title
For the fifth time since U19 international play began in 1988, the U.S. and Canada will play for gold after getting semifinal wins on Thursday night in Coquitlam, British Columbia.

July 14, 2016
Purdie Jr. Playing For Dad (Again) and Country
Gordon Purdie Jr. never thought he would play for his dad, the Australian lacrosse icon, in college at Adelphi. Now he's playing for him again at the FIL U19 Men's World Championship.

July 13, 2016
Morgan State to Consider Return of Lacrosse as D-I Program
Will Division I men's lacrosse make its way to Morgan State? They're looking into it, says the president of the historically black university in Baltimore that, 35 years ago, famously produced the Ten Bears.

July 13, 2016
Next Wave of Iroquois Nationals on Display at U19s
The FIL U19 men's world championships cultivate the game's future stars, and this year's Iroquois team has a couple to watch now and in the future.

July 12, 2016
Team USA Moves to 3-0 with Blowout of Iroquois Nationals
After trailing 3-1 entering the second quarter, Team USA held the Iroquois Nationals scoreless for the final 65 minutes and won 17-3 on Monday night in Coquitlam, British Columbia.

July 11, 2016
Lights Out: Canada Closes Strong, Beats Iroquois After Long Delay
There was smoke. There was fire. There was an hour and 15-minute delay and two field switches. Then there was the finish. Canada defeated the Iroquois Nationals 12-9 on Saturday night in preliminary round play at U19 world championships, but a score line alone won’t tell you the circumstances.

July 10, 2016
Klan Starting in Goal for his Former and Present Coach
U.S. under-19 men’s national team goalie Willie Klan, who started for the second straight game Saturday in Team USA’s 13-4 preliminary round win over Australia, was a member of U.S. coach Nick Myers’ Ohio State Buckeyes this spring. But he's transferring to Syracuse in the fall.

July 9, 2016
Sowers Notches Five in Team USA’s Win Over Australia
Incoming Princeton freshman attackman Michael Sowers scored five goals, one off the all-time single-game record for a U.S. under-19 men’s national team player, in Team USA’s 13-4 win over Australia Saturday at the U19 men's world championships.

July 8, 2016
U.S. Cruises Past Canada in U19 World Championship Opener
Timmy Kelly led the way with three goals, as Team USA started strong en route to a 12-5 win over Canada in the opening game of the FIL U19 Men's World Championship in British Columbia.

July 6, 2016
Behind Enemy Lines at the U19 World Championship
Team USA’s stiffest competition will come from the Iroquois and Canada, which it faces on opening night of the 16-team Federation of International Lacrosse U19 World Championship on Thursday night in Coquitlam, British Columbia.

July 6, 2016
By the Numbers: Team USA's College Guys
Fifteen members of the U.S. under 19 men’s national team roster have already played one college season. Princeton midfielder Austin Sims has played two. Here’s a look at the impact some of them have already had at the college level.

June 30, 2016
Your Edge: A Big-Little Situation
Duke’s Case Matheis and Brad Smith run a two-man game against defenseman Tripp Telesco and Lehigh.

June 9, 2016
Lacrosse Magazine Year-End All-Americans (D-I Men)
Like the midseason version of this exercise, Lacrosse Magazine’s year-end NCAA Division I men’s All-American list features a lot of Brown. Four Bears, including Tewaaraton Award winner Dylan Molloy, are represented here, including three at specialty positions: goalie, faceoff and long-stick midfield.

June 5, 2016
U.S. U19 Men's Training Weekend Check-In, Photos
For the first time, the 25 players who will travel to Canada as the U.S. under-19 men's national team were in one spot, at the new US Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md.

May 28, 2016
3 Big Things: How UNC Started Fast, Finished Off Loyola
North Carolina led by as many as 10 goals early in the second quarter, got timely faceoff wins by Stephen Kelly and a career-day from Chris Cloutier to move past Loyola to Monday's national title game.

May 27, 2016
Practice Day at the Linc: Video, Photos and More
North Carolina, Brown, Loyola and Maryland took to the finely manicured grass field on a hot day to work through final prep before Saturday’s semifinals. LM was on the scene.

May 24, 2016
Molloy 'Highly Unlikely' to Play, But Tewaaraton is His
Brown coach Lars Tiffany said that the nation's leading scorer, Dylan Molloy, will most likely not play on championship weekend. That doesn't hurt Molloy's Tewaaraton chances, though.

May 13, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: NCAA Tournament Superlatives
With 16 teams getting after it over the course of two days, here is a look at the players that could play a role as May Madness gets underway.

May 1, 2016
Spencer Shines in Loyola's Patriot League Championship Win
Loyola freshman attackman Pat Spencer set a Patriot League championship game-record with 10 points as the Greyhounds punched a ticket to the NCAA tournament.

April 22, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: As the Bubble Blows
Looking at the Bracketology scene and this weekend's slate, it could be bubble-bursting time for some.

April 8, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: Sunday Is Where It's At
Lacrosse loves its Saturdays. But this weekend, Sunday is where the big matchups are: Notre Dame-Duke, UNC-Virginia and Maryland-Penn State.

April 1, 2016
Weekend Watch: Conference Battles Heat Up
There are four juicy conference battles of note this weekend across the ACC, Ivy League and Big Ten. Corey McLaughlin previews the slate.

March 31, 2016
Division I Men Midseason Awards, All-Americans
Look this exercise over and you’ll see a decent amount of Brown. It reflects the year the undefeated Bears have put together so far and also the potential that they have moving forward.

March 25, 2016
Weekend Watch: Blue Bloods on the Brink
Virginia, Duke and North Carolina could be in trouble come NCAA tournament time. The blue bloods would do well to live in the moment this weekend and from here on out. It will add up come Selection Sunday.

March 18, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: Orange and Blue Rivalry
Syracuse and Johns Hopkins meet for the 55th time and we'll learn more about just how good the 2016 edition of the Orange is. Plus, Stony Brook-Albany battle for America East supremacy.

March 17, 2016
McAnaney: Yale Focused on Short-Term, and Big Picture
As Ivy League play begins this weekend, conference front-runner Yale isn't shying away from postseason talk, but knows it has to take care of business between now and then.

March 16, 2016
Nick Myers, The Kennebunk Kid
From the blue-collar side of a tourist town in southern Maine, Ohio State and U.S. U19 coach Nick Myers has reunited with his brother and a childhood friend in pursuit of a gold medal in British Columbia.

March 14, 2016
Weekend Takeaways: Denver-Notre Dame, The Rivalry Continues
The nation's top two teams battled it out in another overtime classic on Sunday night in South Bend. Let's count the days until they meet again.

March 11, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: No. 1 vs. No. 2
If history is any indication, Notre Dame and Denver will play an overtime once again on Sunday night in South Bend. We preview the weekend slate.

March 10, 2016
Q&A: 'Fantastic Lies' Director Marina Zenovich
Ten years ago, an ill-fated house party led to unspeakable — and untrue — accusations. ESPN's "30 for 30" revisits the events in a documentary directed by Marina Zenovich.

March 10, 2016
What to Expect: ESPN's 30 for 30 'Fantastic Lies'
The Duke lacrosse scandal. Ten years later, ESPN critically-acclaimed 30 for 30 documentary series revisits the story. Here's what to expect, without giving too much away.

March 5, 2016
Johns Hopkins Routs Princeton Despite Brown's O-Fer
The 11th-ranked Blue Jays failed to get a goal from Ryan Brown for the first time in 37 games, but they did get scores from 10 others in a dominant 17-7 win over visiting Princeton.

February 26, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: Yale-Maryland — Again
Maryland-Yale: Round III, so to speak, plus a big slate of games that could shed more light on what to expect from some Top 20 teams the rest of the way.

February 19, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: Spotlight on the ATL
Top three teams in the country take to the same field in Atlanta on Saturday, while the Charles Street rivalry unfolds in Baltimore and the Ivy Leaguers debut.

February 13, 2016
Hampton Makes History as ESPN Showcases Debut
The dream of Michael Crawford, a former Hampton student, became a reality Saturday, as the historically black university debuted a Division I men's lacrosse team.

February 12, 2016
Men's Weekend Watch: Hampton Debuts, and the February Blues
Hampton makes history and Mother Nature remains undefeated, all in our first edition of weekend watch for 2016.

February 8, 2016
Nike/LM Preseason All-Americans: Division I Men
Twelve players, including Virginia's Greg Coholan, made the cut for Lacrosse Magazine's preseason best bets from All-American honors come May.

February 4, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 2 Denver (Men)
The Pioneers won one for the West last year. Now how about two? Bill Tierney and company are not running away from repeat talk.

January 27, 2016
'SportsCenter' to Broadcast From Hampton Before Opener
History will be made Feb. 13 when the Hampton men's lacrosse team hosts Roberts Wesleyan, and ESPN's "SportsCenter" will be on hand to show it.

January 22, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 11 Georgetown (Men)
Georgetown is a team trending in the right direction under coach Kevin Warne. The question is how good can it be? The Hoyas are ranked 11th in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Top 20.

January 20, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 13 Ohio State (Men)
After two NCAA quarterfinal appearances in three years, can Ohio State keep the momentum going in 2016? Signs point to yes.

January 19, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 14 Cornell (Men)
No team in the Ivy League was hit by graduation losses harder than Cornell, but it always helps to have one of the top faceoff guys in the country. The Big Red begin the season ranked No. 14 in the Nike/LM Preseason Top 20.

January 10, 2016
Helped by a Fling and a Prayer, Canada Edges U.S. U19 Team in OT
A miracle play as time expired in regulation sent Sunday's exhibition between the Canadian and U.S. under-19 men's teams to overtime, where Canada prevailed 14-13.

January 9, 2016
Team USA Plays Two in One in Win Over Florida
The U.S. split halves with a split-squad and turned a tied halftime score into a 19-8 win over Florida on Saturday night at the Team USA Spring Premiere at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

January 7, 2016
Five Things to Watch When Team USA Plays Denver
Beast vs. Beast, the ageless Casey Powell and a first look at Denver are among the storylines heading into Sunday's tilt between the U.S. men's national team and the defending NCAA champs.

January 6, 2016
ESPN's 30 for 30 to Feature Duke Lacrosse Scandal
ESPN’s Emmy Award-winning 30 for 30 sports documentary series in March will feature a look at the Duke lacrosse scandal in a film dubbed "Fantastic Lies."

January 4, 2016
Team USA Spring Premiere Preview: Keep Your Enemies Closer
U.S. U19 men’s training team squares off against rival Canada at Jan. 10 lacrosse-fest in Florida. Plus, the U.S. men will collide with defending NCAA champion Denver and the U.S. women face Florida and Syracuse.

December 31, 2015
SoCon Preview: Richmond, High Point, Air Force Top the List
Richmond and High Point have met in each of the league's first two conference championship games and Air Force, a new addition to the Southern Conference, has eyes on the title.

December 18, 2015
Ivy League Preview: Who Survives the Gauntlet?
The Ivy League has been the second best conference in the country, sending three teams to the NCAA tournament in each of the last two seasons. It's possible for it to happen again.

December 14, 2015
Big Ten Preview: Tight Race Expected Again in Year Two
Year One of the Big Ten men's lacrosse conference had its share of fireworks. Expect more of the same in 2016, with Maryland, Johns Hopkins and Ohio State battling at the top.

December 10, 2015
LM Vault: The Air Gait (July 1988)
Gary Gait debuted a move that went down in lacrosse history in the 1988 NCAA semifinal. Some questioned if it was legal. Syracuse coach Roy Simmons lauded the creativity.

December 9, 2015
Big East Preview: The Denver Effect
The Pioneers are the big dog of the country and the Big East. The challengers to Denver's throne must raise their level to keep up.

November 30, 2015
Q&A: New Team USA Coach John Danowski
New Team USA coach John Danowski talked about what his approach will be leading the Team USA program, the U.S.-Canada rivalry and what he learned from a conversation with Duke and U.S. men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski.

November 21, 2015
What's in Your Bag? Tucker Durkin Opens Up
Team USA, Florida Launch defenseman Tucker Durkin on what helps him keep going on the road to pro games and other events.

November 15, 2015
Teat Cans Eight for Hill Academy in Win Over U.S. U19 Team
Future Cornell attackman Jeff Teat scored eight goals in a variety of ways to lead The Hill Academy (Ontario) to a 16-11 win over the U.S. under-19 men's national training team.

November 15, 2015
#LMLive: Hill Academy (Ontario) Bests U.S. U19ers in Ohio
The Hill Academy (Ontario), led by Cornell signee Jeff Teat's eight goals, beat the U.S. under-19 men's training team 16-11 on Sunday morning at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.

November 14, 2015
U.S. U19 Training Team Finding Common Ground
The 30 members of the U.S. under-19 men's training roster all have the talent, but coach Nick Myers and company are in the beginning stages of building a team.

November 13, 2015
U.S. U19 Men's Training Team Convenes at Ohio State
The 30 members of the U.S. U19 men's training team get together for the first time in three months, for two practices and one scrimmage against The Hill Academy (Ontario).

November 6, 2015
From Broken Bone on the Field to Cancer Fight
The lacrosse community has rallied in support of 14-year-old Long Islander Sean Dixon, who learned he had bone cancer after breaking his leg on the lacrosse field this summer.

November 6, 2015
What's in Your Bag? Marcus Holman Opens Up
Team USA, Ohio Machine attackman and Georgia Swarm hopeful Marcus Holman on what helps him keep going on the road to pro games and other events.

November 4, 2015
Get Your 'Stache On for Mustache Madness
Mustache Madness, headed by former Virginia defenseman Ken Clausen, and benefiting the HEADstrong Foundation, continues to roll on its seventh year.

November 3, 2015
Hampton AD: Lacrosse Addition 'Will Diversify the Sport'
Hampton athletic director Eugene Marshall discusses the university adding a Division I men's lacrosse team, what factors went into the decision and how the program plans to build moving forward.

October 31, 2015
Ossello, Now With Notre Dame Football, Returns Final Four Site
The last time Nick Ossello stepped foot on Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia in May, he was playing for the Notre Dame lacrosse team in the final four against Denver. He returns Saturday as a member of the Irish football team.

October 26, 2015
What's Next After Pac-12 Women's Lacrosse?
The establishment of a Pac-12 women’s lacrosse conference — after Arizona State formalized plans last week to have a varsity team in 2017-18 — got us to the inevitable question: Who, or what, is next on the Division I expansion scene?

October 20, 2015
Hampton Lacrosse: It's Real
It's been 34 years since NCAA Division I men's lacrosse last resided on a historically black campus — a fact that's not lost on coach Lloyd Carter and Hampton's first varsity players.

October 20, 2015
30 in 30: Bold Predictions for the 2016 Season
With our 30 in 30 fall ball series coming to an end, we finish with some predictions to chew on and hold you over until the start of the 2016 season.

October 20, 2015
Five Questions: Lax Sports Network COO Rob Wallace
The Lax Sports Network, billed as a 24-hour digital home of lacrosse programming, debuts Jan. 5, 2016. We caught up with the network's leadership to learn more about it.

October 16, 2015
30 in 30: The Pursuit of Denver Starts in the Big East
Denver's presence in the Big East has raised the bar for everyone else in the conference even before the Pioneers won the national title. Now it's even higher.

October 14, 2015
Who Knew? Lacrosse Was Played in Outer Space
If Earth’s population ever needs to start inhabiting a galaxy far, far away, one without the force of gravity, there will be some good news: Lacrosse works great in space.

October 12, 2015
Family Ties: Kyle Marr Scores Against Dad's Albany Team
The Blue Jay doesn't fly far from the tree, so to speak. Playing against his father's Albany team, Kyle Marr scored a goal and had fun with his dad afterward.

October 11, 2015
ESPN Revisits Story of Openly Gay Youth Lacrosse Player
ESPN's SportsCenter Featured segment for October returns to the story of Braeden Lange, the 12-year-old openly gay lacrosse player who has received tremendous positive feedback since the original ESPN story aired six weeks ago.

October 8, 2015
MLL Protected Rosters Named Ahead of Expansion Draft
MLL's eight teams were forced to protect between 10 and 12 players ahead of next month's expansion draft for the Atlanta Swarm.

September 27, 2015
Canada Takes Indoor Gold Again — But It Wasn't Easy
In front of a partisan crowd of Iroquois Nationals supporters, Canada could only take comfort late in a 12-8 win in the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship gold medal game.

September 26, 2015
World Indoor Championship Leaves Its Mark at Onondaga
With a new arena built and a $10 million price tag for the 10-day event, the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship will leave a lasting impact on Onondaga Nation.

September 14, 2015
30 in 30: Life Without Lyle Begins at Albany
For Albany, life without Lyle Thompson begins with Blaze Riorden, the goalie made famous for his end-to-end rumble in the NCAA tournament. "He's our best player," Albany coach Scott Marr said.

September 8, 2015
30 in 30: Jones, Kavanagh Top Way Early Tewaaraton Watch
It's never too early to handicap the Tewaaraton Award race, right? As fall ball begins, let's a took a look at the best players in the country, led by Duke's Myles Jones and Notre Dame's Matt Kavanagh.

September 8, 2015
U.S. Indoor Team Gets Up to Speed in Prep for WILC
The U.S. indoor team convened for a final training camp before the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship begins in two weeks at Onondaga Nation.

September 1, 2015
New Reality Series 'The Agent' to Feature a Dose of Lacrosse
Peter Schaffer, a certified NFL agent for more than 25 years, is also a lacrosse diehard and his life will be on full display in a new Esquire Network reality show, "The Agent," debuting next month.

August 11, 2015
Stars Aligned: Inside the New York Lizards Taking the Title
They did what was expected, but that doesn't mean it was easy. Take a behind-the-scenes look at how the star-studded New York Lizards aligned around the biggest question about them. Could they win the MLL title?

August 7, 2015
Five Reasons to Believe in MLL's Atlanta Expansion
The Atlanta Blaze will start playing next Major League Lacrosse season, bringing pro outdoor lacrosse to Georgia for the first time. The state is ready for it.

July 2, 2015
The Race for Most-Watched YouTube Lacrosse Video
Dude Perfect and Korean pop group AOA are involved, so is Paul Rabil, once very prominently and once more subtle. Both have 7 million YouTube views combined.

July 1, 2015
Former CAA Rookie of Year Mariano Transferring to Syracuse
Yorktown (N.Y.) native and former CAA Rookie of the Year Nick Mariano is transferring to Syracuse, according to multiple reports.

July 1, 2015
Grueling U.S. U19 Men's Tryouts Close to the Finish
Wouldn't you know it, the last of 12 scrimmages over three days came down to a one-possession game. About 50 of 105 players will advance to a next round of tryouts come August.

June 30, 2015
U.S. U19 Men's Tryouts: Toughness Wanted
Team USA coach Nick Myers says both mental and physical toughness are being evaluated during three days of tryouts for the 2016 U.S. under-19 men's national team.

June 29, 2015
Journey Begins at 2016 U.S. U19 Men's Tryouts
Coach Nick Myers and staff will watch more than 100 of the nation's best players at Stevenson University this week in the first round of tryouts the 2016 U.S. Under-19 men's team that will compete in Canada.

June 26, 2015
Sheridan Expected To Be Named Cleveland State Coach
The Princeton assistant and former Denver staff member is returning home to coach the start-up Cleveland State program.

June 24, 2015
Blaze Riorden, Cummings Up for ESPY Awards
At the ESPY’s this year, it’s Big-Game Blaze vs. ODB and Taylor Cummings against the field. The Albany goalie's end-to-end rumble and lacrosse's two-time Tewaaraton Award winner are nominated for awards.

June 22, 2015
Johns Hopkins Creates Jeremy Huber Memorial Fund
Johns Hopkins University has announced it has created the Jeremy Huber Memorial Fund in honor of the late freshman defenseman from the Blue Jays men’s lacrosse team who died on the eve of the 2015 season.

June 18, 2015
Shootout for Soldiers Begins Summer Swing
A 24-hour lacrosse game ended Thursday night in Baltimore, but that's just first of five events raising money for various military charities in the Shootout for Soldiers series.

June 17, 2015
Huguely Takes Murder Conviction Appeal to Supreme Court

June 16, 2015
Family, Friends, Teammates Mourn Death of PSU's Darcey
As the circumstances of the car crash that claimed the life of Penn State goalie Connor Darcey remain under investigation, hundreds from the Penn State, Wellesley (Mass.) and lacrosse communities paid respects over the several days.

June 4, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine's Year-End D-I Men's All-Americans
We gave you preseason and midseason All-Americans, so it’s time to close the loop with Lacrosse Magazine’s post-season list. Only an elite 13 members make it.

June 1, 2015
Early Top 20 for 2016 (MD1): Guess Who's Back?
Are we really previewing the 2016 season already? Yes, we are, and Corey McLaughlin pegs Duke, Notre Dame and Denver as the top three in his way early rankings for next year.

May 29, 2015
Ode to Lyle Thompson, Two-Time Tewaaraton Winner
Albany attackman Lyle Thompson ended his career with back-to-back Tewaaraton Awards, the first men's player to ever accomplish the feat. It's been a magical ride, the type we may not see again.

May 28, 2015
Tewaaraton Watch: It's Lyle's To Lose
Denver's Wes Berg made a strong case for the Tewaaraton, but LM's Corey McLaughlin says it's still Lyle Thompson's award to lose.

May 25, 2015
A Beautiful Mind: Inside Matt Brown's Denver Offense
The heir apparent to a Pioneers program among the best in the land, Matt Brown has built a tremendous system in Denver. LM's Corey McLaughlin picks Brown's brain in this March edition special.

May 25, 2015
Cannizzaro Brothers Win Title Against One’s Former Team
Sean and Connor Cannizzaro took the City of Brotherly Love moniker to heart, helping Denver win its first national championship against Connor's former team, Maryland.

May 24, 2015
Limestone Dominates Late to Win Back-To-Back Titles
Limestone stymied Le Moyne down the stretch, scoring the game's final four goals to take a 9-6 win and its fourth NCAA Division II men's championship.

May 24, 2015
Lynchburg’s Stewart Sets D-III Single-Season Goals Record
Hornets junior attackman Austin Stewart finished the year with 109 goals, the new Division III men's single-season record.

May 23, 2015
Observations, Notes and Quotes from Practice Day in Philly
Each of the final four teams held an hourlong practice on the pristine turf at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The anticipation from teams is palpable and there are plenty of storylines to play out over the weekend.

May 23, 2015
Kavanagh Goes Down Swinging, Limited by Injuries
Tewaaraton Award finalist Matt Kavanagh had been playing through limiting injuries for much of the season, Irish coach Kevin Corrigan said after the game.

May 21, 2015
Jordan Wolf's Guide to Philly: Places, Eats and Local Knowledge
Philadelphia-area native and former Duke attackman Jordan Wolf knows his way around the City of Brotherly Love. He spills the beans about the Philly taco, and much more.

May 21, 2015
Lyle Thompson to Make MLL Debut This Weekend
A week after finishing his NCAA career at Albany, Lyle Thompson will make his Major League Lacrosse debut on Saturday with the Florida Launch, joining his older brother Miles when the team plays at the Boston Cannons.

May 20, 2015
Lyle Thompson Signs Deal with Nike Lacrosse
Thompson joined his three older brothers in signing an endorsement deal with Nike Lacrosse.

May 19, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Final Four Storylines to Watch
We can't wait for the games to start on Saturday. But here's a look at some storylines to chew on in the meantime.

May 17, 2015
Terps Jump on Tar Heels Early in Quarterfinal Win
Maryland led by seven goals at halftime as North Carolina exited in the NCAA tournament in the quarterfinals once again. The Terps won 14-7 and will play Johns Hopkins in the final four on Saturday.

May 12, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Fields Perfecting Art of the Thompson
Lyle Thompson took Connor Fields under his wing, and the freshman has soaked up all the knowledge he can from NCAA Division I men's lacrosse's career scoring king.

May 9, 2015
Maryland Edges Yale, But Not Without Controversy
The Terps scored the game's final four goals — or did they? — to beat Yale 8-7 and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals next Sunday in Annapolis, Md.

May 6, 2015
Towson Controls Pace in Play-In Win Over High Point
High Point built an early five-goal lead, but Towson scored eight straight and held on to beat the third-year Panthers 10-8 in an NCAA tournament play-in game Wednesday night.

May 5, 2015
Hampton Adds Division I Men's Lacrosse; Carter to Coach
Hampton University has plans to add a NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse program as soon as the 2016 season, which would make the Pirates the first men’s team from a historically black college or university since Morgan State dropped its program in 1981.

May 5, 2015
Play-In Primer: Bryant-Marist, High Point-Towson
The NCAA tournament kicks off Wednesday night with a pair of play-in games. Here's the nitty gritty on the four conference champions involved in the events.

May 4, 2015
D-I Men's Bracket Breakdown: Head-to-Head Shaped Field
The five-person selection committee weighed head-to-head results in three big instances, including for the final at-large spot in the 18-team NCAA Division I men's tournament field.

May 3, 2015
Bracketology, Selection Sunday Final Edition: Bubble Choices
There are effectively four teams in the running for the final two at-large spots to the NCAA tournament. Who gets in and who is left out??

April 29, 2015
Bracketology, Third Edition: Bubble Becomes Clearer (MD1)
This much we know: Syracuse and Colgate are in. But there's plenty left to be decided in conference tournaments. Here's the NCAA tournament picture right now.

April 28, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Lyle Thompson or the Tewaaraton Field?
Who you taking: Lyle Thompson or the field? Lacrosse's highest individual honor will be handed out after Memorial Day.

April 25, 2015
D-I Men's Conference Tournament Central
The conference fields are shaping up across men's DI, with the ACC and Patriot finals on Sunday and a the rest set up for next weekend.

April 25, 2015
Brown's Eight Powers Johns Hopkins Past Rival Maryland
Ryan Brown's eight goals headlined Johns Hopkins 15-12 win on Saturday night against the Terps. The Blue Jays locked up the top seed for the Big Ten tournament and got their biggest win of the year.

April 21, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Bracketology, Second Edition
With just two weeks left until Selection Sunday, it's time for another look at Lacrosse Magazine Bracketology for men's DI. Who's in, out and on the bubble?

April 18, 2015
Hofstra Upset of Towson Swung on a Busted String
Not that Hofstra starting goalie Jack Concannon was playing poorly, but when he exited with a broken bottom string on his stick, Pride senior Chris Selva played too well to take out, finishing with 12 saves in three quarters of the 9-2 win Saturday.

April 14, 2015
Thompson Sets NCAA D-I Men's Career Points Record
Reigning Tewaaraton Award co-winner and All-World attackman Lyle Thompson put his name in the record book yet again, with a second-quarter assist against Bryant on Tuesday that moved him past Rob Pannell for the most points in NCAA Division I men's history.

April 14, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Doesn't Get Much Better than Army-Navy
Close to 10,000 fans showed up in Annapolis and saw Navy end Army's six-game win streak in the rivalry series. It left a lasting impression.

April 11, 2015
Navy Beats Army With Seven-Goal Second Half Run
The Midshipmen defeated rival Army 10-7, with seven goals in 15 minutes, to clinch at least a share of the Patriot League regular season title in front of nearly 10,000 fans in Annapolis.

April 7, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Bracketology, First Edition
With just four weeks left until Selection Sunday, it's time to get a look at the first Lacrosse Magazine Bracketology of the season. Who's in, out and on the bubble?

April 2, 2015
Thompson Shines One Last Time at Carrier Dome
Syracuse took down Albany 17-12, but Lyle Thompson still finished with seven points against one of the top defenders in the country despite a lack of possession time.

April 2, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Syracuse Downs Albany
Ben Williams dominated on faceoffs and Henry Schoonmaker scored five goals for Syracuse in a 17-12 win against Albany on Thursday night.

March 31, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Poskay Knows Winning Helps
It's easier said than done to keep going after four wins in three seasons. This year, Wagner has matched that number and there's more reason for hope in Staten Island, according to coach Matt Poskay.

March 24, 2015
Johns Hopkins Freshman Huber Died of Pneumonia, Flu
Jeremy Huber, the Johns Hopkins freshman defenseman who was found dead in his dorm room on Jan. 26, died from pneumonia complicating influenza A, the Maryland state chief medical examiner confirmed on Monday night.

March 24, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Mid-Season Awards, All-Americans
Can you believe it? The season is already at its mid-point, actually past it. Lacrosse Magazine's Corey McLaughlin sets the table for the second half by handing out awards for the first.

March 21, 2015
Marquette's Magic Runs Out in 10-9 Loss at Georgetown
The tenth-ranked Golden Eagles rallied back from six goals down at halftime to tie it in the fourth quarter. But Georgetown converted on a two-men up situation late to seal the Big East opener for both teams.

March 16, 2015
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Jones Every Bit a Tewaaraton Candidate
He just turned 22 and is only a junior. Yes, Duke midfielder Myles Jones is coming into his own and that's a scary thought for the rest of Division I men's lacrosse.

March 14, 2015
Rowe, Jones Key Duke's Close Win at Georgetown
Jack Rowe won the majority of faceoffs all afternoon long and Myles Jones scored three goals with five assists to lead the No. 5 Blue Devils past the Hoyas 15-13.

March 10, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Virginia's Walk-On Captain
Davi Sacco spent his first three seasons at Virginia living in anonymity. But just last week, the senior defenseman was named a team captain.

March 7, 2015
No Question About It: Terps Dominate Princeton
Maryland's defense was even better than it looked on film, Princeton coach Chris Bates said after the Terps down his Tigers 11-4 in College Park. The rest wasn't bad either.

March 4, 2015
Your Edge: Own the Ground with Mike Pellegrino
Hopkins LSM Mike Pellegrino shared his three key ways to win the GB for our readers in the March issue of Lacrosse Magazine and for our YouTube channel.

March 3, 2015
Tuesdays w/ Corey: More Denver, Albany's Long Trip Home
More tidbits from Pioneers offensive coordinator Matt Brown and company, plus Albany goes where no lacrosse team has gone by bus before.

February 28, 2015
Spoiler Alert: Princeton Beats Johns Hopkins in OT Classic
The Tigers went on the game's final run, scoring four of the last five goals, to edge Johns Hopkins in a 16-15 overtime bout at Homewood Field. Catch it on TV if you'd like.

February 24, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Nicky Galasso's Comeback
It's been a long road, dotted with multiple injuries and a high-profile transfer. But former Long Island high school star Nicky Galasso is finally healthy and comfortable in the Syracuse offense.

February 24, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 7 Gettysburg
With a determined group of seniors, can the Bullets can back to the final four?

February 18, 2015
Loyola's Early, Often Offense Too Much for Towson
The eighth-ranked Greyhounds scored the game's first four goals and didn't look back in a rare mid-day, mid-week game against local rival Towson that featured goalie changes by both sides.

February 17, 2015
Meat and Potatoes Haus is Flashy Short-Stick D-Mid
Attack the shorty is the common refrain on lacrosse fields across the country. But Duke senior Will Haus, humble off the field, is not your normal short-stick defensive midfielder on it. He's a threat.

February 10, 2015
Duke Trio Still Out as Blue Devils Work with New Mix
With a big senior class graduated and three projected starters still suspended for this weekend, a new-look Duke group will take on preseason No. 1 Denver in Georgia.

February 10, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Late Winter Games to Watch
February lacrosse is back again, with several important matchups upcoming. Plus, a look at the first big weekend of the Division I men's season.

February 7, 2015
Virginia Fends Off Loyola Rally to Win Opener
The Cavaliers' first midfield line and an inexperienced defense came through in a 13-12 win in Baltimore on Saturday.

February 6, 2015
Three Projected Duke Starters Indefinitely Suspended
Nike/Lacrosse Magazine preseason No. 3 Duke will begin the season without attackman Kyle Keenan, long-stick midfielder Brian Dailey and defenseman Chris Coady, who are serving indefinite suspensions for undisclosed reasons.

February 5, 2015
Trio of Lehigh Starters Remain Suspended for Opener
Senior attackman Patrick Corbett, junior midfielder Alex Eaton and junior defenseman Tripp Telesco remain suspended from the team pending a university investigation into a January off-campus incident.

February 3, 2015
Rambo Back With Maryland, Could Play 'Pretty Soon'
Maryland sophomore attackman Matt Rambo, the team's leading returning scorer, is back with the team after being indefinitely suspended and could see meaningful playing time soon.

January 31, 2015
Lyle Thompson: Division I Men Preseason Player of Year
It's the last hurrah at Albany for Lyle Thompson, whose name is already all over the record book and plays etched into our minds.

January 30, 2015
Friends, Family, Teammates Remember Huber at Vigil
About 500 people, including family, friends and teammates of Jeremy Huber, gathered Thursday night at Homewood Field for a candlelight vigil to remember the life of the Johns Hopkins freshman defenseman. He was 18.

January 30, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 1 Denver
Denver has been building its program to among the tops in the land - will 2015 be the year the Pioneers put it all together and take the NCAA crown westward?

January 26, 2015
Johns Hopkins Freshman Defenseman Huber Dies
Jeremy Huber, a freshman defenseman at Johns Hopkins, was found dead in his dorm room on campus. No foul play is suspected, but Baltimore authorities are conducting an investigation.

January 20, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 9 Loyola
The Greyhounds dominated the Patriot League but stumbled in a home loss to Albany in the NCAA first round. Can Loyola make its way back to the deep rounds of the tournament?

January 20, 2015
U.S. Men Regroup in Florida with Eye on 2018
Six months after the U.S. took the silver medal at the world championships, 38 players, including 13 from the 2014 team and assistant coach Kevin Cassese, gathered in Florida for a training weekend.

January 18, 2015
U.S. U19ers Converge in Florida with Cuts Looming
The U.S. under-19 women's national team went through its last evaluation weekend before the coaching staff picks the 18 players that will compete for gold in Scotland this summer.

January 18, 2015
U.S. Women Handle Cummings-Less Terps
Reigning Tewaaraton Award winner Taylor Cummings and three other current Terps suited up for Team USA on Sunday against their college team at Champions Challenge.

January 17, 2015
U.S. Women Sweep Syracuse at Champions Challenge
Team USA broke a second-half tie with Syracuse and ended Game 1 on a 9-0 run then took care of the Orange in Game 2 to complete a sweep in Naples, Fla.

January 14, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 13 Albany
Fan favorites during a breakout 2014 with the all-Thompson attack, the Great Danes return all-everything Lyle Thompson - but can they match the magic?

January 13, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 14 Lehigh
A 13-win season for the Mountain Hawks wasn't good enough for an at-large NCAA bid after Loyola unseated them in the Patriot League last spring. Can they get back to the dance?

January 4, 2015
Rabil on Move: Boston, New York Agree to Trade
Two-time MLL MVP Paul Rabil will be dealt from Boston Cannons to New York Lizards. MLL All-Star Max Seibald is headed the other way. A press conference is expected early next week.

December 31, 2014
#BestOfLax Men's Player: Lyle Thompson
What can we say that hasn't already been said about Lyle Thompson in 2014?

December 31, 2014
Stories of the Year: Inspired Canada Captures Gold
Sparked by legacy of Kyle Miller and Chris Sanderson, Dillon Ward and Canada executed a huge upset over favored Team USA at the FIL World Championship.

December 29, 2014
Stories of the Year: The Thompsons
The Thompsons -- five of them on the field and one on the sideline as a coach -- left their mark all over the lacrosse world in 2014.

December 27, 2014
#BestOfLax Individual Performance: Lyle vs. Loyola
The pregame was hype was plentiful: Lyle Thompson was one point away from breaking the NCAA Division I men’s single-season points record, and would face the nation's top cover defender. He broke the record and led Albany's upset of the third-seeded Greyhounds.

December 23, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Northeast Conference (Men)
The Northeast Conference has its headliner in Bryant, led by the faceoff-goalie duo of Kevin Massa and Gunnar Waldt, but don't sleep on St. Joseph's.

December 20, 2014
Your Edge: Play Big in Net With Gunnar Waldt
Bryant goalie Gunnar Waldt eats up a lot of net - and opponents shots - while keeping it simple.

December 17, 2014
OCC's Oakes, Tarbell Plan to Enroll at Albany
More talent is on the way to Albany to help replace Miles and Ty Thompson. A pair of Onondaga Community College attackmen, one of them a former U-19 All-World member, plan to enroll at Albany for the spring.

December 16, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Ivy League Madness (Men)
The Ivy League is deep and competitive, last year sending three teams to the NCAA tournament. Expect more of the same this season.

December 16, 2014
Notable Names in 2014 MLL Supplemental Draft Pool
There's always a bunch of say-what? names in the annual MLL supplemental draft pool. Here are 18 notables to watch to see when or if they go in Wednesday's 12-round proceeding.

December 15, 2014
Fan Vote: Division I Men's Preseason Player of Year
Lacrosse Magazine has narrowed the field to five finalists. Now it's time to make your choice for NCAA Division I Men's Preseason Player of the Year.

December 12, 2014
Cleveland State Men's Lacrosse Timeline Pushed Back
Cleveland State athletic director John Parry said that the earliest a new Division I men's program at the school would be added is spring of 2017.

December 9, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Loyola Leads Patriot League (Men)
Will a rising tide lift all boats? Or in other words, will Loyola's success force the rest of the Patriot League to play catch up? Corey McLaughlin previews.

December 5, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Big East's Western Power (Men)
The best team in the Big East is way out west. Denver tops the conference, with five others battling it out behind the Pioneers, writes Corey McLaughlin.

December 5, 2014
Update: NOCSAE Voids Certification of Two Helmet Models
NOCSAE, the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, says two leading helmet models, the Cascade Model R and the Warrior Regulator, do not comply with NOCSAE standards. Cascade says a solution could be coming soon for its helmet.

December 2, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Inaugural B1G Season (Men)
The second Power Five conference to have a men's lacrosse league is the Big Ten, which plays its inaugural schedule this spring. Johns Hopkins should be favored to take the first league title, writes Corey McLaughlin.

November 26, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Southern Conference (Men)
The Atlantic Sun is now the Southern Conference on the men's side. Richmond took the inaugural post-season tournament and NCAA tournament AQ last year, but High Point brings back a ton.

November 25, 2014
Lyle Thompson - Sharing His Game With the World
Record-breaker, highlight-maker Lyle Thompson brought rez ball to the greater lacrosse world, earning fans at all stops and LM's Person of the Year honor for 2014.

November 25, 2014
Felony Charges Against Rambo, Cooper Dismissed
The most serious charges against Maryland attackman Matt Rambo and former graduate assistant coach Brian Cooper will not be prosecuted, but second-degree assault charges against both, and an additional charge against Rambo for malicious destruction of property are still pending stemming from an Oct. 22 incident.

November 24, 2014
McLaughlin: Thompson's Impact As Big Off Field as On
Lyle Thompson mesmerized us on the field with Albany and the Iroquois Nationals in 2014, but his growth off the field could be even more important in the long run for the sport.

November 19, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Siena Tops MAACtion (Men)
Siena went unbeaten in MAAC play a season ago and came close to becoming the first from its league to win an NCAA tournament game. The race behind them was tight. Will the bottleneck behind them loosen in 2015?

November 17, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Albany Still AE Favorite?
Lyle Thompson remains at Albany but running buddies Miles and Ty Thompson were seniors last season. Are the Great Danes sill the America East favorite heading into 2015?

November 12, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Stags Join the CAA (Men)
Predicting the CAA race is hard enough to do in April, after weeks of games have been played. Fairfield's addition to the conference makes it even harder.

November 5, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Five-Team ACC (Men)
Two-time defending national champion Duke, Notre Dame and Syracuse have each reached the final four in the last two seasons, and Virginia and North Carolina are no slouches either.

October 31, 2014
30 in 30: Lehigh's Lefty Canadian Quarterback
Lehigh senior attackman Dan Taylor was the leading Canadian scorer in Division I last year, but he's much more than that. Think Peyton Manning.

October 29, 2014
McGlone Inching Closer to Full Recovery
Former Major League Lacrosse and National Lacrosse League player and Maryland star midfielder Bill McGlone is on the mend after undergoing brain surgery and being diagnosed with a rare and serious brain infection in September.

October 23, 2014
30 in 30: Loyola's New Lead Dogs Still Play Fast
There's new faces on the field and on the sideline, with a new offensive coordinator, but Loyola's foundation hasn't changed. Play fast and take chances.

October 13, 2014
30 in 30: Will Talent-Loaded Denver Strike Gold?
Denver has reached three of the last four final fours, but has left each without a title. With most of its team back from last year, the Pioneers are primed to make a run in 2015.

October 8, 2014
30 in 30: No Team Better Than Bryant Up the Middle
As goalie-faceoff combinations, go nobody has it better than the Bryant Bulldogs with Gunnar Waldt and Kevin Massa both returning.

October 6, 2014
30 in 30: Who are Way Early Men's Tewaaraton Picks?
Lyle Thompson leads the pack, but who is next in line to challenge the reigning co-Tewaaraton Award winner for glory this season. Corey McLaughlin takes a look at the way early race.

October 5, 2014
Notes on Loyola, Princeton, More at Play for Parkinson's
Fall ball got into full swing over the weekend. Loyola, Princeton, Towson and Air Force squared off round-robin-style at the Play for Parkinson's charity event just outside Washington, D.C.

September 30, 2014
30 in 30: Thompson's New Supporting Cast at Albany
Brother Miles and cousin Ty were seniors last season, leaving Albany to rebuild its offense around co-Tewaaraton Award winner Lyle Thompson for his own senior season. There are pieces in place for more success.

September 22, 2014
30 in 30: What Will Breakout Stars do for Encore?
Stars like Duke's Myles Jones, Notre Dame's Sergio Perkovic and Maryland's Megan Douty emerged on the sport's biggest stage last season. How will they follow-up?

September 19, 2014
D-I Lacrosse Being Considered at Cleveland State
The university's administration will weigh the possibility of adding men's and women's Division I programs for the 2016 season.

September 19, 2014
Michigan Approves Plan for Lacrosse-Only Stadium
The University of Michigan Board of Regents on Thursday approved a $168 million project that will add several new athletics facilities, including a 3,000-seat lacrosse-only stadium for the Wolverines’ men’s and women’s lacrosse teams.

September 11, 2014
BC Football to Honor 9/11 Hero Crowther
The Boston College football team will wear special helmets, gloves and cleats emblazoned on Saturday with a red bandana in honor of former Eagles lacrosse player Welles Crowther, who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks after saving at least a dozen people at the World Trade Center in New York City.

September 10, 2014
Wolf, Sands to be Honored by Jewish Hall of Fame
2014 Tewaaraton Award finalist and NCAA men’s championship game MVP Jordan Wolf will be honored as the most outstanding male Jewish collegiate athlete in the country of the past year and high school All-American Will Sands as top prep athlete.

September 7, 2014
The All-Time All-Lacrosse Football Team: Part II
In Part II of the All-Time All-Lacrosse Football Team unveiling, we tackle defense, special teams and the always important head coach.

September 6, 2014
The All-Time All-Lacrosse Football Team: Offense
Who are the best two-sport athletes — lacrosse and football — of the last 70 years? Corey McLaughlin set out on a journey to find out.

September 6, 2014
Your Edge: Shorty Strength with Matt Abbott
How does Team USA and Chesapeake Bayhawks short-stick midfielder Matt Abbott put the brakes on the best downhill dodgers?

August 29, 2014
Rattlers' Leveille Retires from MLL After 10 Seasons
After a 10-year professional lacrosse career, Kevin Leveille, one of the game's all-time great finishing attackman, has officially announced his retirement from Major League Lacrosse.

August 12, 2014
A Bad Experiment: The Year Without a Faceoff
College lacrosse grinded to a halt in 1979, when the NCAA eliminated faceoffs. Thirty-five years later, the debate rages on.

August 11, 2014
Great Shot Clock Debate Focus of Rules Meetings
Is it time for a shot clock? The NCAA men's rules committee will weigh the options this week. There are plenty of opinions on all sides of the issue.

August 4, 2014
What's Ahead on the International Lacrosse Scene?
Lacrosse's Olympic pursuit will bring with it changes to the international game. FIL president Stan Cockerton addressed several topics coming off a successful 2014 men's world championship in Denver.

August 3, 2014
Rabil Fractures Foot, Out for Rest of MLL Season
Boston Cannons star midfielder Paul Rabil fractured the fifth metatarsal of his left foot in Saturday night’s game against the Florida Launch and will miss the Cannons’ regular season finale and the rest of the year.

July 28, 2014
ACC Rookie of Year Cannizzaro Headed to Denver
Connor Cannizzaro has said he will be leaving Maryland to join brother Sean at Denver for the upcoming season.

July 26, 2014
Your Edge: Grip and Rip with Brian Farrell
Ohio Machine long-stick midfielder and Trilogy Lacrosse’s Brian Farrell lets it fly in our July issue of Lacrosse Magazine.

July 20, 2014
Team USA Unable to Dictate Pace in Loss to Canada
It all came down to one game, and the U.S. was unable to find a rhythm against a Canada club that owned the ground ball battle and built an early lead.

July 19, 2014
England Holds Off Rival Scotland for Fifth Place
England built a six-goal lead that fending off a late-charging Scotland club late to beat their rival 15-13 in the fifth-place game at the FIL World Championship on Saturday.

July 18, 2014
Earl, Roy on Both Sides of Canada-U.S. Rivalry
David Earl and Dillon Roy were both born in the U.S., but will be playing against their native land for Canada in Saturday night's FIL World Championship game in Denver.

July 18, 2014
Iroquois Fizzle After Hot Start, Turn Focus to Bronze
Lyle Thompson and company raced to a three-goal lead against Canada at the end of the first quarter, but didn't score again until the fourth. The Iroquois play Australia for the bronze Saturday.

July 17, 2014
Scotland, England Advance to Fifth-Place Game
Scotland will take on the "Auld Enemy" Saturday after both advanced in the FIL World Championship, and in the process, clinched spots in the top Blue Division for the 2018 games in Manchester, England.

July 16, 2014
Eck, Gurenlian a Four-Handed Faceoff Monster
Chris Eck and Greg Gurenlian are MLL rivals, but have paired up with Team USA and won a combined 80 percent at the FIL World Championship.

July 16, 2014
Team USA Defense Puts Clamps on Iroquois
The U.S. scored more goals than the Iroquois took shots (14) in a dominant performance across the field in the preliminary round finisher.

July 16, 2014
Team USA Dorm Tour with Captain Kevin Leveille
Take an inside look at where Team USA is staying during its time in Denver on a video tour with team captain Kevin Leveille.

July 15, 2014
Iroquois Weather Storm, Pull Away from Australia
After a two-hour weather delay, the Iroquois scored four straight gold and beat Australia 12-10 in a key Blue Division game at the FIL World Championship.

July 14, 2014
Lyle, Brodie Battle Swung Iroquois, Canada Bout
Brodie Merrill's career has bridged Mikey Powell to Lyle Thompson. After Sunday's classic world championship game between Canada and the Iroquois, one of the game's all-time great defenders put the two the same company.

July 14, 2014
Uganda Earns First Win in Dramatic Fashion
The first-ever FIL World Championship team from Africa pulled out an amazing comeback win over the Republic of Korea, and the celebration was on.

July 11, 2014
Dispatches from Denver: Weather-Delay Reporting
A light practice for Team USA and a chance to meet the Uganda lacrosse team were among the happening at a weather-delayed Day 2 of the FIL World Championship.

July 11, 2014
Ward Steps In, Emerges as Canada's Next Goalie
Dillon Ward made 18 saves in his debut on the international stage, enough for coach Randy Mearns to say Canada has found its next goalie.

July 10, 2014
Grant Hurting on Inside, Coaching on Outside
John Grant Jr. said he's devastated by not playing in the FIL World Championship after being denied a medical exemption.

July 10, 2014
Eight Things to Watch When U.S. Faces Canada
There are plenty of on- and off-field storylines to be had in the opening game of the FIL World Championship in Denver. Take a peek at why Canada might feel more at home than thought.

July 8, 2014
Air Force Likely to Play as Independent in 2015
The Falcons, fresh off their first NCAA tournament appearance since 1988, still don't have a conference home for next year.

July 8, 2014
With Lacrosse Olympic Dreaming, U.S. Gets Taste
The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has set its sights on 2024 as a goal for Olympic recognition.

July 8, 2014
Elder Statesman Leveille Voted Team USA Captain
The oldest member of Team USA, attackman Kevin Leveille, was voted captain Tuesday night in Colorado.

June 30, 2014
Team USA Rapid Reaction: Ultimate X-Factors
The final 23-man U.S. roster for next month's world championships has been named. Corey McLaughlin breaks down the list and looks at a few ultimate flex players.

June 25, 2014
Thompson, Cummings Nominated for ESPY Awards
Albany's Lyle Thompson and Maryland's Taylor Cummings are up for Best Male and Female College Athlete at the annual ESPY Awards.

June 22, 2014
Rabil, Team USA Hungry for Gold in Denver
The prototype star for a new age in Lacrosse, Paul Rabil is hoping to follow his 2010 Most Outstanding Player run with Team USA with another golden performance.

June 17, 2014
Charles Street Rivalry Goes on One-Year Hiatus
Due to conference schedule conflicts, the Baltimore neighborhood rivalry between Loyola and Johns Hopkins won't be played in 2015.

June 16, 2014
Matchup Nightmare: Team USA's Garrett Thul
Big, fast and disciplined, Garrett Thul made a big splash in the Team USA tryout process. Can the Army officer keep opposing defenses up at night at the FIL World Championships?

June 12, 2014
Florida Girls' Helmet Ruling Stirs up Debate
A decision this week mandated helmets in girls' lacrosse starting next season, but the move has generated a flurry of reaction.

June 11, 2014
Kerwick Tabbed Full-Time Cornell Head Coach
Matt Kerwick has lost the interim tag and has been named Cornell's head coach after the school underwent a national search.

June 10, 2014
Beast is Back: Gurenlian Rejoins Team USA Mix
After withdrawing from the tryout process in January, head coach Richie Meade has asked Greg Gurenlian to rejoin the team ahead of next month's FIL World Championship

June 5, 2014
Iroquois Story Awaits Next Chapter in Denver
The Thompsons took NCAA lacrosse by storm, culminating in a co-Tewaaraton win for brothers Miles and Lyle. Can that translate into a strong showing for the Nationals in Denver?

June 4, 2014
Potent Attack Leads Division I Men's All-Americans
Does it get much better than the Thompsons and Jordan Wolf? Hard to imagine it. The attack crew anchors Lacrosse Magazine's Division I Men's All-America team.

June 2, 2014
Early Top 10 for 2015 (MD1): Look West to Denver
With three final four appearances in the last four years and key pieces back all over the field, Denver tops LM's early rankings for 2015.

May 30, 2014
Memorial Planned for Texas Lacrosse Fixture Korba
A memorial service for Bob Korba, who played a major role in the development of lacrosse in Texas, is planned for June 7 in Austin, Texas. Korba passed away of a prolonged illness on Feb. 7. He was 64.

May 30, 2014
Thompsons Win Tewaaraton Together, as They Hoped
Lyle and Miles Thompson had hoped to share the Tewaaraton Award, but didn't think it would happen. "I'm shocked," Miles said Thursday when it did.

May 26, 2014
Duke, Notre Dame Prepared for Championship Battle
The Blue Devils look for a second straight national title while Notre Dame looks to win its seventh straight game, in the most important of the season.

May 26, 2014
Blog Replay: Wolf, Duke Take Third NCAA Title
Duke captured its second straight NCAA title and third in five seasons with an 11-9 win over a resilient Notre Dame squad at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium. Jordan Wolf (2G, 4A) was named Most Outstanding Player.

May 26, 2014
Wolf Goes Out in Style; Carroll, DeLuca Win Titles
Jordan Wolf reminded everyone he was the last Tewaaraton Award finalists standing and Casey Carroll and Ben DeLuca had special days on Monday.

May 24, 2014
Blog Replay: Duke Downs Denver 15-12 in Semis
Denver made it a one-goal game briefly in the second half, but Duke pulled away to advance to Monday's national championship game.

May 24, 2014
Blog Replay: Notre Dame Dominates Maryland
Notre Dame will face Duke in Monday's NCAA finals after a dominating 11-6 win over Maryland, headlined by Matt Kavanagh's five goals and two assists.

May 24, 2014
Notre Dame Coasts to Semifinal Win Over Maryland
This isn't your older brother's Notre Dame. Matt Kavanagh scored five goals and the Irish owned most areas of the game in Saturday's semifinal in Baltimore.

May 20, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Final Four Storylines to Watch
Can Duke strengthen its dynasty? Can Denver, Notre Dame or Maryland break through? Who are stars primed for a breakout? Let's look for some answers.

May 18, 2014
Cinderella Stories Burst After Quarterfinal Weekend
Drexel was the last hope for the underdogs, but couldn't get it done. Four seeded teams will play in the final four for the first time since 2009.

May 18, 2014
Blog Replay: Duke Dominates Hopkins, 19-11
The No. 1 seed and defending NCAA champion Duke Blue Devils made the NCAA semifinals for the eighth straight season, handling Johns Hopkins, 19-11.

May 16, 2014
Reese Watching as Thompson Nears Goal Record
"They are wizardry and I was savagery," Hall of Fame midfielder Jon Reese says of Albany's Thompson trio. Miles is four goals away from breaking Reese's Division I men's single-season goals record.

May 14, 2014
Casey Carroll's Homecoming Season Continues
With four Middle East deployments behind him, a wife and two kids, two season-ending knee injuries and a two-year graduate business degree nearly complete, Casey Carroll is not exactly a college kid.

May 14, 2014
WAC Downs Stevenson, Sets up War on Shore 2
Washington College is back in the final for for the first time since 2004 after escaping Stevenson with a 12-11 win.

May 13, 2014
Tuesdays with Corey: Waldt Plays Big for Bryant
Bryant goalie Gunnar Waldt arrived on campus on Rhode Island as football recruit, but has turned into one of the biggest difference-makers for the Bulldogs lacrosse team.

May 10, 2014
Thompsons, Albany Defense Uproot No. 3 Loyola
The Thompson trio did its thing, breaking records in the process, but the Albany defense stepped up big in an upset win over Loyola on Saturday.

May 8, 2014
Five Things to Watch in Men's Tewaaraton Race
Starting Saturday with a Tewaaraton-infused Loyola-Albany NCAA tournament first-round game, there are several storylines to watch over the next month.

May 8, 2014
For Thompsons, It's Faith, Family and Lacrosse
Lyle Thompson might be the best of Albany's hypnotizing trio, but you can't have one without the others.

May 5, 2014
Four Big Questions w/ NCAA MD1 Selection Chair
NCAA Division I men's tournament selection chair Jim Siedliski explains why Denver was the fifth seed, and why North Carolina was sent to play the Pioneers.

May 5, 2014
MD1 Bracket Breakdown: Denver Swings the Field
Denver's position as the fifth seed in the NCAA tournament was the biggest surprise and led to some interesting first-round matchups, including the Pioneers' own against North Carolina.

May 4, 2014
Bracketology: Selection Sunday Final Edition
With 10 automatic qualifying bids set, all that's left is selection show, where the 18-team field with eight at-large teams will be announced. A final projection inside.

May 4, 2014
Duke Takes No. 1 Seed for Men's DI Tournament
The NCAA selections have been made - Duke is the No. 1 seed, with Syracuse No. 2 earning the other play-in game opponent. Full field and schedule available inside.

May 3, 2014
Loyola Runs Away with Charles Street Rivalry Win
After falling behind early, Loyola went on a 10-3 run to beat neighbor Johns Hopkins 13-10 and set the stage for Selection Sunday.

April 29, 2014
Bracketology: Who's In, Out and On the Bubble?
With the final week of games before Selection Sunday upon us, Corey McLaughlin breaks down the field for the 18-team NCAA tournament.

April 28, 2014
Logistics Conflict Remains for Final Four Weekend
The Baltimore Orioles have announced their May 24 home game against the Cleveland Indians has been set for a start time about a half-hour before the men's semifinals are set to start next door.

April 27, 2014
Loyola Takes Patriot League Crown from Lehigh
Top-ranked Loyola won the Patriot League crown in its first season in the conference with a comprehensive 16-7 win over Lehigh on Sunday afternoon.

April 22, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Richmond Starting Up Strong
Richmond is an example of a start-up program that has found success in Year One, and its not the only new team to hit the ground running.

April 21, 2014
Wills Makes History, Lizards Practice Squad
Devon Wills became the first female to make an MLL roster in any capacity, being named to the New York Lizards practice squad to start the season.

April 19, 2014
Drexel Continues Hot Streak, Downs Towson 13-7
Drexel won its fifth game in a row and locked up the second seed for the CAA tournament with a win over Towson on Saturday night.

April 18, 2014
Lifestyles: Moviemaker, Former Tiger Sean Hartofilis
In a two-week span earlier this year, Sean Hartofilis was named among the top 25 players in Princeton lacrosse history over the last 25 years, and the budding writer/director released his first feature film "Beach Pillows."

April 17, 2014
Bracketology: Who's In, Out and On the Bubble?
As conference races heat up and the regular-season comes down to the wire, how is the race for the NCAA tournament shaping up? Corey McLaughlin projects.

April 15, 2014
Tues. w/ Corey: Maryland-Hopkins and the Big Ten
In this era of growth and the conference-ization of NCAA Division I college lacrosse, it's important to document these moments. The Maryland-Johns Hopkins rivalry heads to the first Big Ten lacrosse conference next year.

April 12, 2014
Blue Jays Teach Baby Terps Lesson in Rivalry Win
Johns Hopkins picked up its first top-10 win of the season Saturday against deep-rooted rival Maryland, whose talented freshman were held in check.

April 8, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Good Times for 9-2 Fairfield
Fairfield is 9-2 and on a seven-game win streak that they look to extend on Saturday against another ECAC foe.

April 5, 2014
Wills Impresses in MLL Debut at Lizards' Camp
Nervous? Devon Wills sure was, but she settled in and impressed the Lizards organization in her first MLL action on Saturday on Long Island.

April 1, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Breaking Down 18-Team Bracket
The new 18-team NCAA tournament bracket brings some uncertainty with its first incarnation. Could one of the top two tourney seeds face a tough draw?

March 29, 2014
Sankey, Tar Heels Hang Up Blue Jays at Homewood
In one of the game-defining moments of North Carolina's 13-9 win over Johns Hopkins on a rainy Saturday, Joey Sankey had all eyes on him.

March 25, 2014
Tuesdays with Corey: Mid-Season Awards (MD1)
It's time for a mid-season look at the national scene. Corey McLaughlin hands out awards and All-American picks, if the season were to end today.

March 25, 2014
UNC's Kelly Out Indefinitely After Wrist Surgery
Stephen Kelly, one of the Tar Heels' faceoff options, had surgery to repair a broken wrist on Monday.

March 18, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Miles Thompson's Off-Field Work
The on-field skills are easy to see but Miles Thompson's work off the field, through diet and training, have transformed his game.

March 13, 2014
Lacrosse's Connection to NFL Free Agent Frenzy
NFL agent Peter Schaffer represents free agent cornerback Brandon Browner, who is considering joining lacrosse-mad Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.

March 12, 2014
Former Dartmouth Player Steinberg Passes Away
Blaine Steinberg, a Dartmouth College junior who was a member of the women's lacrosse team for one season, passed away on Friday.

March 11, 2014
Tuesdays with Corey: Stories from Coast to Coast
From California to Georgia to the traditional hotbeds, there are no shortage of stories in this week's look around the nation by Corey McLaughlin.

March 9, 2014
Sawyer, Pontrello Shine as Loyola Downs Duke
Matt Sawyer finished with six goals and Nikko Pontrello had five in Loyola's dominating 14-7 win over third-ranked Duke on Sunday night.

March 5, 2014
Huguely Murder Conviction Upheld After Appeal
An appeals court on Tuesday rejected several claims by attorneys for former Virginia men’s lacrosse player George Huguely, who were challenging his second-degree murder conviction for the killing of Yeardley Love.

March 4, 2014
Tuesdays with Corey: Denver Seeks to Regroup
It's a dog-eat-dog world at the top of Division I men's lacrosse. Every result can change the path of the season. After falling to Penn, Denver looks to rebound.

March 3, 2014
'12 Years a Slave' Producer Katagas a Lax Rat
Anthony Katagas, the producer of “12 Years a Slave,” which won the Oscar for best picture on Sunday night, is a huge lacrosse fan, a former Division III goalie and is still playing on the men’s club lacrosse circuit.

March 1, 2014
Penn Quickens Pace, Rallies to Upset Denver
After a slow start, Penn livened up over the final three quarters and downed fourth-ranked Denver 12-10 at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

February 28, 2014
Former Army Star Boltus Deploys to Afghanistan
Jeremy Boltus, the 2011 Tewaaraton Award finalist who played with three MLL teams, deploys to Afghanistan with the Army on Friday.

February 27, 2014
Lacrosse at the Winter Olympics: In Review
There were a couple lacrosse connections at the Winter Olympics in Sochi that wrapped up Sunday.

February 27, 2014
Handicapping the Men's Tewaaraton Award Race
Lyle Thompson, Tom Schreiber and Jordan Wolf lead the field, but there are plenty of others, like Virginia's Mark Cockerton, knocking on the door.

February 27, 2014
Seton Hill Set to Play First Game Since Bus Tragedy
On March 16, a busy Saturday in college lacrosse, tragedy transcended the sport. "Play 4 Seton Hill" became the rallying cry across the country after a team bus accident.

February 25, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Raffa Shows Guts to Turn Tide
Maryland faceoff man Charlie Raffa is injured more often than not. After a big performance Saturday, another awaits with friend and Duke faceoff man Brendan Fowler.

February 25, 2014
Ohio Picks Harrison First in LXM Waiver Sweepstakes
The Ohio Machine are getting an LXM infusion. After signing Peter Baum last week, the franchise picked Kyle Harrison first in the special waiver wire process open to LXM players.

February 18, 2014
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Marquette's Happy Homecoming
From the pizza and bagels to a win over Hofstra, Marquette's trip to Long Island was nearly perfect, aside from some travel delays getting back to Wisconsin.

February 17, 2014
MLL-LXM: 'Feels Good to Talk About Each Other'
The Major League Lacrosse-LXM Pro Tour détente happened rather quickly, once the elephant in the room, or over the phone, was addressed.

February 15, 2014
Balanced Offense Powers Blue Jays Past Towson
Freshman midfielder John Crawley scored four goals along with Ryan Brown and Brandon Benn in a 15-8 win over neighborhood foe Towson.

February 13, 2014
MLL Partners with Adrenaline, LXM Pro Tour
Major League Lacrosse announced Thursday a deal that allows MLL players to play in LXM Pro Tour event, and vice versa starting this season.

February 11, 2014
Chicago-Area Laxer a Speed Skating Olympian
Emery Lehman, a 17-year-old senior and midfielder at Oak Park-River Forest (Ill.), is the youngest U.S. male Olympian in Sochi, Russia.

February 11, 2014
Tuesdays with Corey: Carroll Soaks in Duke Return
Casey Carroll, at 29 years old and an Army veteran, is back starting on defense for Duke as sixth-year senior, with unmatched experiences to share.

February 8, 2014
Duke's Matheis, Lobb Sidelined with Injuries
Duke will open the season on Saturday without two of its key players. Sophomore attackman Case Matheis and senior defenseman Henry Lobb are both sidelined due to injury.

February 7, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 1 Duke Blue Devils (MD1)
Duke begins where it ended last season, as the top-ranked team in the country. The Blue Devils seek an eighth straight final four appearance.

February 6, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 2 Syracuse Orange (MD1)
The Orange return great talent and numbers on offense and defense, but Syracuse still has a faceoff quagmire to figure out.

February 5, 2014
Duke Names DeLuca Volunteer Assistant for 2014
Former Cornell head coach Ben DeLuca has been hired as a volunteer assistant for Lacrosse Magazine's preseason No.1-ranked team.

February 5, 2014
Radford Adding D-I Women's Lacrosse for 2016
Radford University in Virginia is adding an NCAA Division I women's program for the spring 2016 season while dropping several other sports.

February 5, 2014
Rapid Reaction: Team USA 30-Player Roster
Corey McLaughlin breaks down the 30 players who survived the latest round of cuts for 2014 U.S. men's national team that will compete in Denver.

February 4, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 4 Denver Pioneers (MD1)
Denver has made the final four two of the last three years in Bill Tierney's short tenure leading the Pioneers. Is this the year the west wins?

February 3, 2014
One-Time Middlebury Laxer a Super Bowl Champ
Steven Hauschka, a former Middlebury attackman, is the Seattle Seahawks kicker. The Super Bowl began Sunday off of his foot.

February 1, 2014
Delaware, Lehigh Win in NCAA Men's Openers
Lehigh bested Furman in the Paladins' program debut while Delaware took care of High Point in the first regular season NCAA D-I action of the season.

January 27, 2014
Virginia Midfielder Walrath Kicked Off Team
Virginia midfielder Carl Walrath, who had been accused of punching a police officer during a late-night fight near campus in November and on Friday pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and obstruction of justice, on Tuesday was kicked off the Cavaliers men's lacrosse team.

January 26, 2014
Analysis: 12 Who Impressed, Lingering Questions
Several players continued to show their strength while other questions remained as a result of Sunday's Blue-White Team USA scrimmage at Champion Challenge.

January 24, 2014
Stage is Set for Final USA Evaluation Weekend
This weekend's Champion Challenge pits the U.S. against itself in the final evaluation event ahead of this summer's world championships.

January 23, 2014
Kerwick, Cornell Looking Forward to Moving On
Big Red interim coach Matt Kerwick said Cornell may have some added motivation headed into this season and he wants the full-time gig.

January 22, 2014
Langton Tabbed USA Bobsled Alternate for Olympics
Former Cornell midfielder Chris Langton is headed to Sochi, Russia, for the Winter Olympics with the U.S. bobsled team.

January 20, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 15 Ohio State Buckeyes (MD1)
What's next for Ohio State? That's the question everyone wants to know after its first NCAA tournament berth under coach Nick Myers last season.

January 17, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 16 Lehigh Mountain Hawks (MD1)
After two straight NCAA tournament berths, Lehigh is established on the college lacrosse map. But the Patriot League just got tougher.

January 16, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 17 Penn Quakers (MD1)
Penn had the best defense in the country last season and was the best team to miss the NCAA tournament, according to one rival. What does 2014 hold?

January 15, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 18 Cornell Big Red (MD1)
How will the traditional Ivy League power respond to a roller-coaster fall?

January 14, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 19 St. John's Red Storm (MD1)
St. John's enters the 2014 season with unfamiliar expectations to follow through in Kieran McArdle's senior year and make the NCAA tournament.

January 13, 2014
Neumann Freshman Killed in Freak Accident
Dante DeSimone, a freshman lacrosse player at Neumann University near Philadelphia, was killed Sunday night in a freak accident in Clifton Heights, Pa. He was 18.

January 13, 2014
#LMRanks: No. 20 Villanova Wildcats (MD1)
It's a new Big East this year for Villanova. Will they be able to make it back to the NCAA tournament?

January 11, 2014
MLL Draft Reaction: Defense, Firsts and Top Steals
The MLL Collegiate Draft was held Friday night in Philadelphia. Corey McLaughlin looks at the run on defense, top picks and steals.

January 8, 2014
Startup Boston U. Adds Transfer Davis from PSU
Terriers coach Ryan Polley confirmed Wednesday that former high school All-American midfielder Sammy Davis has transferred from Penn State to BU.

January 7, 2014
OCC's Staats En Route to Syracuse as Planned
Heralded attackman Randy Staats wasn't at media day on Monday, but is expected to join Syracuse next week.

January 6, 2014
NJIT, Debuting in 2015, Starts Building Process
Travis Johnson, NJIT's first men's coach, is starting from scratch, with no players or assistant coaches and start date a little over a year away.

December 31, 2013
Wilford Channels Near-Tragedy to Motivate
Former Widener All-American Keith Wilford nearly died after a heart attack at a CrossFit Games event in Ohio, and channels that experience into a new career as motivational speaker for teams across the country.

December 30, 2013
Stories of the Year: Increasing Crossover Appeal
Lacrosse continues to grow, and therefore continues to make more appearances in the 'mainstream' of culture in America.

December 29, 2013
Stories of the Year: Albany's Thompson Trio
Two brothers and a cousin stepped to the forefront of the college lacrosse world.

December 27, 2013
Stories of the Year: Oh, Canada — In Numbers
The Canadian pipeline of talent is not a new story, but the strength in numbers of the phenomenon was notable this year.

December 26, 2013
Stories of the Year: They Are the Champions!
2013 saw a myriad of teams earn titles, from youth US Lacrosse titles all the way up to Team USA's gold medal run at the FIL World Cup in July.

December 25, 2013
Stories of the Year: Expanded Menu for Fans
Not only does TV exposure continue to increase, but so does other forms of access to the sport.

December 24, 2013
Virginia Midfielder Faces Felony Assault Charge
Virginia midfielder Carl Walrath is facing a felony assault charge and three misdemeanors in connection with an early morning fight in November in Charlottesville, Va.

December 24, 2013
#BestOfLax: Thompson's Tewaaraton Milestone
After a season that fell just short of the NCAA points record, Lyle Thomopson's Tewaaraton Finalist status - the first for a Native American player - is our Milestone Moment choice for 2013.

December 24, 2013
Stories of the Year: Realignment and Growth
Reshaping of basketball and football conference alignments will have a big effect on lacrosse in coming years, as will the continued growth of the smaller college divisions and Women's DI.

December 23, 2013
#BestOfLax: Pannell's Banner Year Tops for Men
A NCAA semifinals run and Tewaaraton Award, MLL star turn and Team USA shot coming up for 2014 - there isn't a lot our #BestOfLacrosse Men's Player honoree didn't accomplish in 2013.

December 23, 2013
Stories of the Year: Controversy and Debate
As in other walks of life, there was no shortage of controversy and debate in lacrosse in 2013.

December 21, 2013
#BestOfLax: Championship Run for Duke's Danowski
Turning around a rough start and going on another NCAA Championship run, Duke's John Danowski earned our nod for #BestOfLacrosse Men's Coach.

December 20, 2013
#BestOfLax: Fowler's Dominant Finals Showing
Duke's Brendan Fowler had a monster day in the NCAA finals against Syracuse, helping the Blue Devils take home the title and earning Best of Lacrosse Individual Performance honors.

December 19, 2013
Snow for Super Bowl? How About Feb. Lacrosse?
Sure, AccuWeather is pulling out the bells and whistles to draw attention to the Super Bowl forecast, but they might as well be forecasting the High Point-Delaware men’s lacrosse game on Feb. 1.

December 19, 2013
Lacrosse Part of New Bill Belichick Foundation
When New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick on Wednesday announced the official launch of the Bill Belichick Foundation, lacrosse was mentioned prominently.

December 17, 2013
Carroll Aims to Return for Redshirt Senior Season
Casey Carroll, who served five years as an Army Ranger after last playing for the Blue Devils in 2007, has been cleared by the NCAA to return to the field this spring.

December 16, 2013
New York Lizards Make Wills First Female in MLL
The New York Lizards signed Team USA women's goalie Devon Wills to a contract Monday, making her the first female signed by an MLL team.

December 5, 2013
FIL Nations Vote Iroquois In, Germans Out of Blue
With a two-thirds majority vote, the FIL full member nations voted to place the Iroquois Nationals in the world championship's top division, sending Germany out.

December 4, 2013
Give and Go with Carolina 2-Sporter Mark McNeill
North Carolina's two-sport athlete - midfielder for Joe Breschi's lacrosse squad and wide receiver on the football team - is also a double major.

December 4, 2013
LM's Preseason POY Vote: NJCAA Men's Finalists
Riding a massive win-streak, Onondaga Community College has three of five finalists for the Preseason Player of the Year finals. Can anyone top the Lazers?

December 3, 2013
Preseason POY: NCAA Division I Men's Finalists
The best in the game are finalists for our LM's Preseason Player of the Year honors. Wes Berg, Kieran McArdle, Tom Schreiber, Lyle Thompson and Jordan Wolf vie for your vote.

December 2, 2013
Notre Dame: Four Days in Colorado Trailer
Notre Dame's fall break trip was anything but. Check out the wide variety of experiences the team had in Colorado, enough for a movie.

November 20, 2013
Rotanz Offers to Negotiate Return as SWR Coach
At a school board meeting Tuesday night on Long Island — during which a new athletic director was hired — more than 100 Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.) alumni, players and parents filled the a high school auditorium to demand Tom Rotanz’s return as boys' lacrosse coach.

November 20, 2013
DeLuca Makes Statement as Cornell Alums Rally
More than 250 people — including former Cornell head coaches Dave Pietramala and Jeff Tambroni — put their names on a letter published Wednesday.

November 11, 2013
Former Ward Melville (N.Y.) Star Cody Passes Away
Brendan Cody, a key figure in the Ward Melville (N.Y.) lacrosse community who later played at Nassau Community College and midfield at Johns Hopkins, passed away Sunday from a rare form of cancer. He was 44.

November 8, 2013
Examining Steady Stream of Division I Men's Startups
With four teams coming on line this spring and more on the way, Division I men's lacrosse is in an unprecedented growth spurt.

November 6, 2013
STX Intern Finalists Were Up for Final Challenge
Congratulations to the winners: Kate Goldstein and Matthew Gregoire. But all five finalists showed great potential during the STX intern challenge.

November 4, 2013
M&T Bank Stadium, Md. Venues Didn't Submit Bids
The Baltimore Ravens, who will host the NCAA men’s lacrosse championships for the sixth time in 12 years this May at M&T Bank Stadium, did not submit a bid to the NCAA to host the event between 2015 and 2018.

November 1, 2013
'Man Caves' TV Show Remodels Rabil's Basement
MLL star and Team USA veteran Paul Rabil will be featured on a future episode of "Man Caves" on the DIY Network.

October 31, 2013
Cornell Alum Langton Aiming for Bobsled Glory
What do former a Cornell midfielder and late actor John Candy have in common? Bobsledding, as it happens. U.S. bobsled hopeful Chris Langton could do without the 'Cool Runnings' questions, though.

October 31, 2013
Chicago In, Baltimore Out for NCAA Championships
The NCAA has announced host sites for the men's and women's lacrosse championships. Chicago is being considered. Baltimore is not.

October 28, 2013
30 in 30: Who are Way Early Tewaaraton Candidates?
The season may be three months away, but as fall ball comes to an end, a solid Tewaaraton field is already in place, writes Corey McLaughlin.

October 21, 2013
30 in 30: Notre Dame Has Canada on Its Mind
From an intrasquad indoor scrimmage, to pick-up box games, to a visit from the NLL's Minnesota Swarm, Notre Dame is thinking clearly Canadian.

October 19, 2013
Your Edge: Steele Stanwick on Dodging from X
The 2011 Tewaaraton winner and Ohio Machine attackman shows how to create offense dodging from behind the goal from our October issue.

October 14, 2013
Lacrosse at Buffalo's Ralph Wilson Stadium?
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) has submitted a number of bids to host several high-profile NCAA events, including the Division I men’s lacrosse quarterfinals at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., home of the NFL’s Buffalo Bills.

October 14, 2013
30 in 30: Penn State Motivated to Make More Progress
Penn State has never won a national postseason game in 100 years of the program's existence. Will season No. 101 be the time?

October 14, 2013
Keystone State Teams Show Stock at Capital Classic
Who is Pennsylvania's best? The Capital Lacrosse Classic featured three of the state's top Division I men's programs: Bucknell, Lehigh and Penn State.

October 11, 2013
Youth Lacrosse Group Fights Government Shutdown
A federal judge on Wednesday told the National Park Service to reopen Langley Fork Park in McLean, Va., which allowed hundreds of boys and girls in the McLean Youth Lacrosse organization back onto the practice field. The park has been closed since Oct. 1.

October 10, 2013
Brodie Merrill Pursues a Cleaner, Safer Game
The multiple-time MLL and NLL All-Star and All-World Canadian defenseman says blindside hits on defenseless players have no place in lacrosse.

October 9, 2013
Brad Ross' Battle with Post-Concussion Syndrome
From the October edition of Lacrosse Magazine, former Duke All-American and MLL champ Brad Ross reveals the real-life consequences of those big hits.

October 7, 2013
Wife of Air Force Coach Killed in Tragic Accident
A tragic car accident Saturday in Colorado claimed the life of Sonia Seremet, the wife of Air Force men’s lacrosse coach Eric Seremet.

October 7, 2013
30 in 30: Maryland Working in Heralded Freshmen
With almost every spot to fill on offense, it's an important fall of evaluation and transition for John Tillman and company at Maryland.

October 6, 2013
Picture Gets Clearer for USA at Play for Parkinson's
The 52-player U.S. men's national training team split into two squads Saturday at Play for Parkinson's, scrimmaging Loyola, Towson and each other.

October 5, 2013
Richmond Shows Toughness in Program's Debut
Richmond came out strong Saturday at the Play for Parkinson's fall ball event, before falling to Towson in its varsity debut.

October 4, 2013
Team USA's Debut Anchors Busy Fall Weekend
Team USA heads to Virginia to participate in Saturday's Play for Parkinsons event, one of many going on during the busiest weekend so far this fall.

October 1, 2013
Government Shutdown Changes Fall Ball Schedule
As a result of the budget impasse in Congress, competitions involving Air Force, Army and Navy are up in the air.

September 30, 2013
30 in 30: Evans Getting Used to Wearing 'Cuse's 22
Freshman Jordan Evans acknowledges the pressure of wearing jersey No. 22 at Syracuse, and he isn't running away from the expectations.

September 25, 2013
Officials, USILA Reach Agreement for Fall Contests
The Collegiate Officials Committee and United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association have agreed to terms to staff fall games through November 1st, with hopes for a three-year agreement soon.

September 25, 2013
Men's NCAA Tournament Expanding to 18 in 2014
A pair of play-in games will be added to the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament beginning this spring, expanding the tournament to 18 for at least the next two years.

September 24, 2013
‘The Medicine Game’ to Premiere Tuesday Night
A documentary highlighting the lives of Onondaga Nation brothers Jeremy and Jerome “Hiana” Thompson premieres to a national television audience Tuesday night.

September 23, 2013
30 in 30: How Does Duke Build Off National Title?
How does Duke approach the fall after winning a national championship? Same as every Blue Devils team John Danowski has coached. They start with the basics.

September 23, 2013
Rabil in SportsCenter Commercial, Hires New Agent
Lacrosse's Paul Rabil is featured in a new ESPN SportsCenter commercial along some of of sports' brightest stars. He also signed with the agency Octagon.

September 19, 2013
Cornell Suspended from Fall Ball Events After Hazing
Cornell University has suspended the men's lacrosse team from fall ball events after an investigation into a team hazing incident.

September 9, 2013
Give and Go: Princeton's Tom Schreiber
Princeton senior and Tewaaraton finalist Tom Schreiber was our Give and Go guest for the September issue of LM, answering questions on his adventures, pregame rituals and more.

September 7, 2013
Your Edge: Terp Brooke Griffin's Sidearm Shot
Maryland redshirt junior Brooke Griffin shows how and why to shoot sidearm in this instructional piece from our September issue.

September 6, 2013
Penn State Ineligible for CAA Tourney, NCAA AQ
The CAA, reacting to Penn State's move to the Big Ten for 2015, voted to ban the Nittany Lions from the 2014 postseason.

September 4, 2013
Five U.S. Newbies Who Boosted Stock at Tryouts
These five players impressed the coaching staff and evaluators to the point that they couldn't leave them off the list of 52 named to the U.S. training team.

September 3, 2013
Meade Q&A: Tryout Debrief, Positional Breakdown
Richie Meade talks about how inspiring Team USA tryout weekend was for him, and runs through the players that remain in the fold for the 2014.

September 3, 2013
Rapid Reaction: Team USA Tryout Survivors
More than 90 of the game's elite players gathered for three days of tryouts over the weekend. Fifty-two remain in the running to represent the U.S. next summer.

August 31, 2013
Elder Statesman Striebel Content with Tryout Decision
Matt Striebel watched as his contemporaries hung it up recently, but he wasn't ready to let go of another chance to play for Team USA.

August 31, 2013
Who Will Win Wide-Open USA Goalie Competition?
Eight of the game's best are battling in an open goalie competition. Who will take it? Plus, many more observations from tryouts Saturday.

August 30, 2013
MLL Changes Playoff Format for 2014 Season
Say goodbye to championship weekend. The MLL playoffs will be played at higher seeds in the semifinals, followed by the championship game a week later.

August 30, 2013
Versatility Key for Team USA LSM Tryout Pool
Growing in importance in recent years, the longstick midfield position is expected to do a little of everything. The tryout pool for Team USA has athletes that can defend, score and everything in between.

August 30, 2013
No Easy Solution to Attacking USA SSDM Pool
A specialty position that has evolved far beyond the perception of a place to put athletes with limited stick skills, short-stick defensive midfield will be a key for Team USA in Denver.

August 30, 2013
Deep Talent Pool to Vie for USA Midfield Spots
26 of the best athletes in the game will be descending on Goucher College at the end of the month, hoping to fill the first two or three midfield lines for Team USA as it prepares for Denver 2014

August 30, 2013
Everything Counts: Meade Talks Team USA Tryouts
With so much talent on hand at Team USA tryouts this weekend, character and decision-making may be the most important attributes for surviving cuts.

August 29, 2013
McLaughlin: My Favorite MLL Playoff Moments
The latest MLL Championship Weekend got LM's Corey McLaughlin thinking about his favorite playoff moments. It's time to update the list.

August 25, 2013
Veterans Grant, Powell Prove Age is Just a Number
One is 37 years old and the other 39, but Casey Powell and John Grant Jr. on Sunday played closer to their jersey numbers, 22 and 24.

August 24, 2013
Bayhawks Grind it Out, Set Up Old vs. New Matchup
Chesapeake won a knock-down, drag-out semifinal against Hamilton to set up a old vs. new championship tilt on Sunday.

August 23, 2013
Mundorf Healthy as Outlaws Eye Elusive MLL Title
One year ago, Brendan Mundorf suffered an ankle injury in practice that ruined the Outlaws' championship weekend. This time was better.

August 22, 2013
Lacrosse Magazine's Freshman 15s to Watch
With college fall ball around the corner, LM looks once again at 30 rookies — 15 men and 15 women — who could factor immediately for Division I teams in need.

August 20, 2013
Detroit's Birney Notches 114 Mile Per Hour Shot
Mike Sawyer has some competition. In a video released by the Detroit Mercy athletic department on Monday, Detroit junior midfielder Mike Birney is shown taking a shot that registered 114 miles per hour.

August 20, 2013
Steinhardt's Philanthropic Efforts Paying Dividends
Just 19, Tyler Steinhardt has already raised thousands for wounded warriors and helped Uganda lacrosse get on the path to the 2014 World Championships.

August 19, 2013
Powell Hired to Build North Broward (Fla.) Lacrosse
Two-time Team USA member and current Chesapeake Bayhawks attackman Casey Powell is the new director of lacrosse at North Broward Prep (Fla.).

August 16, 2013
Seattle-Bred Snider to be First Coach of O'Dea
Denver Outlaws midfielder Drew Snider will be the first coach of his alma mater O'Dea (Wash.), a school that didn't have a lacrosse program when he attended.

August 15, 2013
Players to Watch at Ocean City Lacrosse Classic
The Ocean City Lacrosse Classic is bringing over 100 teams to Maryland's shore this weekend, including a first-ever wheelchair event. Corey McLaughlin looks at some prominent players heading to the shore.

August 12, 2013
Summer Reading: Final Four Attendance Issue
The NCAA is looking at ways to boost championship attendance numbers, looking at factors such as ticket prices, television exposure and the date of the event itself.

August 9, 2013
Boyle Retires from Team USA with 'No Regrets'
Three-time U.S. men's national team member and MLL's all-time points leader Ryan Boyle has decided to retire from Team USA.

August 5, 2013
IMLCA Supports Physical 'Timer-On' Shot Clocks
The collegiate men's lacrosse coaches association recommends that an experimental rule permitting physical shot clocks be instituted for 2014.

August 5, 2013
Give & Go: LXM Pro/Team USA Hopeful Kyle Harrison
From August's LM, the LXM Pro and Tewaaraton winner at Hopkins shares his thoughts on home cooked meals, adventurous activities, and more. The midfielder will be trying out for Team USA later this month.

July 27, 2013
Rapid Reaction: Analyzing the Tryout Pool of 98
Corey McLaughlin provides some first impressions on the tryout pool for the 2014 U.S. men's national team that will compete in Denver.

July 26, 2013
Stephenson Named UMass Lowell Head Coach
UMBC assistant and former Binghamton head coach Ed Stephenson has been named the head coach of UMass Lowell.

July 25, 2013
England Named Host for 2018 Men's World Games
The Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship is headed back to Manchester, England, in 2018.

July 24, 2013
Hartford's Top Scorer Transfers to Denver
America East all-rookie midfielder Jack Bobzien is transferring from Hartford to Denver, Pioneers coach Bill Tierney said Wednesday.

July 18, 2013
Bradman Renews STX Contract Through 2016
Former Salisbury star and current LXM PRO Tour player Sam Bradman has renewed his contract with STX through 2016.

July 16, 2013
Summer Reading: Thompson Just Getting Started
Lyle Thompson is just getting started playing attack, just getting started as a father, and just getting started taking the college lacrosse world by storm.

July 15, 2013
Hall of Famer, Hopkins Star Bunting Passes Away
Lloyd M. Bunting Jr., a National Lacrosse Hall of Famer, four-time All-American at Johns Hopkins and member of JHU's famed Class of 1950 men's lacrosse team, passed away July 6 at the Pickersgill Retirement Community in Towson, Md. Bunting had been battling the effects of a staph infection for several months. He was 87.

July 7, 2013
Colorado Flavored All Out Wins Vail Men's Title
A team with homegrown talent took the men's elite title at the 41st annual Vail Lacrosse Shootout in an entertaining championship tilt on Sunday afternoon in Colorado.

July 7, 2013
Team STX Claims First Vail Women's Elite Title
Team STX, women's lacrosse's first elite post-collegiate team, claimed its first Vail Lacrosse Shootout title on Sunday morning in Colorado.

July 4, 2013
Ten Men's Elite Players to Watch at Vail Shootout
Men’s elite competition at the 41st Vail Lacrosse Shootout begins July 4 and ends July 7 with the championship game. Some great talents will hit the field.

July 2, 2013
Berger to Boston on Busy MLL Trade Deadline Day
The New York Lizards were involved in three trades and the Charlotte Hounds made four on Major League Lacrosse trade deadline day.

July 1, 2013
Hall of Famer Gaines Passes Away
L. Myrton Gaines Jr., a 1984 inductee into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, passed away June 26. He was 86.

June 28, 2013
Air Force, Bellarmine Seeking Spots in Atlantic Sun
The conference realignment wheel keeps on spinning. Air Force and Bellarmine are looking for a new landing spot in the Atlantic Sun.

June 27, 2013
Murray, Voice of Long Island Lacrosse, Passes Away
Norm Murray, Hofstra's public address announcer for more than 50 years and a Long Island fixture, passed away early Wednesday morning.

June 24, 2013
Mariano Out at Sacred Heart After 17 Seasons
Sacred Heart announced Monday morning that Tom Mariano - the reigning NEC Coach of the Year - is no longer head coach in Fairfield.

June 19, 2013
Fairfield AD Doris Talks CAA Move, ECAC's Future
Fairfield athletic director Gene Doris said the Stags move to the CAA is what's best for the program, and that it's former conference, the ECAC, is unlikely to survive.

June 17, 2013
Summer Reading: Princeton Reflects and Regroups
After another season ended earlier than the Tigers wanted, Tom Schreiber and company are letting their disappointment shape a clear focus this summer.

June 14, 2013
Second Shootout for Soldiers Weathers the Storm
The second annual Shootout for Soldiers, a 24-hour charity lacrosse game benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project, played to completion despite bad weather.

June 8, 2013
Former Cornell, Canada Goalie Miller Passes Away
Kyle Miller, one of the goalies on the 2006 Canadian national team that beat Team USA, has passed away after a long battle with cancer.

May 31, 2013
Two Years Later, Pannell Earns Tewaaraton Honor
It's been a roller-coaster two years since Rob Pannell was last at the Tewaaraton Award ceremony in Washington, D.C. This time he won.

May 29, 2013
Haverford School (Pa.) Senior Dies in Car Accident
The lacrosse community is mourning the loss of Haverford School (Pa.) senior Kip Taviano, who was killed in a car accident Tuesday evening. He was 17.

May 27, 2013
Duke Downs Syracuse to Win National Title
Duke's Brendan Fowler dominated the faceoff battle and Duke beat Syracuse 16-10 to win the national title at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

May 27, 2013
Rapid Reaction: Duke Beats Syracuse for Title
Brendan Fowler dominated on faceoffs and Duke's balanced offense clicked in a 16-10 win over Syracuse at Lincoln Financial Field.

May 25, 2013
Pannell's Record-Breaking Career Comes to End
Rob Pannell became the all-time leading scorer in Division I men's history, but the Big Red came up just short against Duke in Saturday's semifinal.

May 24, 2013
ESPNU to Show Title Game Entirely via SkyCam

May 24, 2013
Live Blog: Duke, Syracuse Advance to Final
Duke beat Cornell 16-14 and Syracuse came back to down Denver 9-8 in Saturday's Division I men's semifinals in Philadelphia.

May 23, 2013
Danowski, Pannell Talk NCAA Record Chase
The man Rob Pannell is chasing for the NCAA’s all-time points lead will be on the sideline at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, coaching against the Big Red.

May 22, 2013
Baum to Play on LXM Tour, Signs with Adrenaline
No. 1 overall MLL draft pick Peter Baum will not join the Ohio Machine this summer and instead play on the LXM Pro Tour.

May 20, 2013
Danowski's Coaching Run Something Special
Duke's John Danowski has proven for seven straight years that taking the time to teach the simple things can result in big success come playoff time.

May 13, 2013
The Week in Stick: NCAA Tournament Schedules
It's getting down to crunch time to decide NCAA championships across all levels. Here's when and where all the games will be played.

May 10, 2013
Loyola's Layne Diagnosed with Testicular Mass

May 9, 2013
Thompson's Inclusion a Big Tewaaraton Moment
Albany sophomore Lyle Thompson is the first Native American finalist for an award that symbolizes lacrosse's centuries-old roots in Native American heritage.

May 1, 2013
May Madness: Selection Sunday Broadcast Schedule
Here's where to find the bracket announcements for all NCAA levels on Sunday. will have full coverage and analysis as well.

April 25, 2013
Players Rally in Support of Rutgers Coach Brecht
Since Rutgers announced last Friday via press release that it was suspending men’s lacrosse Brian Brecht without pay pending an investigation into alleged “verbal abuse,” there has been a groundswell of support thrown behind the coach.

April 22, 2013
This Week in Division I Conference Tournaments
The conference tournament season arrives this weekend. Here's the who, what where and when's for the upcoming slate.

April 19, 2013
Rutgers' Brecht Suspended for 'Verbal Abuse'

April 5, 2013
Seton Hill Cancels Rest of Women's Season
After engaging in discussions on whether to play the final five games of its women's lacrosse season, Seton Hill University on Friday canceled the rest of the schedule, citing the "great care and concern for the physical health and emotional well-being of our students."

March 27, 2013
FGCU's Enfield, Pietramala Ran Lacrosse Camp
The camp Florida Gulf Coast basketball coach Andy Enfield and Dave Pietramala founded in the early 1990s is still around today in the same place they started it.

March 12, 2013
St. Michael’s Lacrosse Involved in Fatal Bus Crash
A car spun out on wet, upstate New York highway and slammed into a bus carrying the St. Michael’s men’s lacrosse team on Tuesday afternoon, killing one person in one of two other vehicles involved in the crash, the Associated Press is reporting.

March 12, 2013
Johns Hopkins to Gauge Conference Affiliation
Johns Hopkins has formed a committee to explore a conference for its men's team. Meanwhile, Notre Dame will join the ACC a year early.

March 6, 2013
Lacrosse Sticks to be Allowed in Carry-on Luggage
A change in Transportation Security Administration (TSA) policy will allow lacrosse sticks in carry-on luggage starting April 25.

February 22, 2013
Maryland to Wear 'Black Ops' Unis vs. Loyola
Maryland, ranked No. 1 in the coaches' poll, will wear special Under Armour "Black Ops" uniforms in its showdown Saturday at No. 2 Loyola.

February 21, 2013
Notes: Hawkins, Carraro Injury, Big Ten Lacrosse
Loyola's Josh Hawkins didn't play for the second straight game, Denver's Chase Carraro knee injury will keep him out and what's the deal with the Big Ten website?

February 18, 2013
Monday Middie: Loyola, UMass Prevail Minus Stars
Defending champion Loyola and UMass squeezed out one-goal wins, minus stars Josh Hawkins and Will Manny, respectively.

February 15, 2013
Berger Headed Back to Lizards; Briggs to Boston
MLL All-Star Stephen Berger is headed back to the Lizards organization as part of a three-team trade executed Friday.

February 11, 2013
Hall of Fame Official Garvey Passes Away
Hall of Fame official Jim Garvey passed away Feb. 5 while awaiting a heart transplant at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.

February 11, 2013
Monday Midfielder: First Big Shot Clock Play of Year
The first busy weekend of the Division I men's season included the first look at a late-game, shot clock situation. There's plenty to learn from it.

February 7, 2013
Winter Storm Nemo Forces Several Postponements
A storm that brought as much as 3 feet of snow to some places in New England has caused postponements of weekend games.

February 5, 2013
#LMranks: Division I Men's Top 20 Breakdown
Rob Pannell's return from injury left a lot of opposing coaches uncertain about Cornell's preseason value.

February 4, 2013
#LMranks: Depth Among the Best of Rest (MD1)
There are plenty of talented teams that didn't make Lacrosse Magazine's preseason Top 20 rankings. Check out the next five.

February 1, 2013
High Point Men Set to Debut Against Delaware
It’s another sign of the times — and growth of Southern lacrosse — that a pair of Division I games will be played this weekend, including High Point's men's debut, before opening kickoff of the Super Bowl.

February 1, 2013
Duke Fifth-Year Carroll Tears ACL; Out for Season

January 27, 2013
Bradman Reps D-III in Team USA Win Over Loyola
In his first appearance with Team USA, former Salisbury star Sam Bradman was named outstanding player of the game in a 17-13 win over Loyola.

January 26, 2013
USA Women's, Men's Champion Challenge Uniforms
Here's a first look at the new uniforms for the U.S. women's and men's national teams are wearing this weekend at Champion Challenge.

January 26, 2013
ESPN, Officials Experiment with TV Shot Clock
On Saturday at Champion Challenge, ESPN tested a timer that could be worn by officials on the field and linked to its production truck.

January 24, 2013
Syracuse's Daniello to Take Medical Leave
Attackman Mike Daniello, who transferred from Johns Hopkins to Syracuse this summer, will not play this season because of medical reasons.

January 22, 2013
Huguely Appeals for New Trial for Third Time
George Huguely, who was convicted in the murder of Virginia women’s player Yeardley Love and sentenced to 23 years in prison, has appealed for a new trial for a third time.

January 17, 2013
Deep Dish Gives a Taste of USL Convention
The folks at Deep Dish Lacrosse traveled from Chicago to Philadelphia for the 2013 US Lacrosse National Convention, presented by Champion, with video camera in hand.

January 16, 2013
U.S. Men's Champion Challenge Roster Trimmed
There are six subtractions and one addition to the Team USA roster that will face defending national men's champion Loyola at Champion Challenge.

January 10, 2013
#LMranks: No. 17 Villanova Wildcats (Men)
Villanova will try to keep pace with Notre Dame and Syracuse in the Big East while replacing starters all over the field.

January 8, 2013
#LMranks: No. 19 Hofstra Pride (Men)
Hofstra was on the wrong end of six one-goal games last season. Do they have enough firepower to put the bad losses behind them?

December 15, 2012
Newtown Youth Lacrosse Releases Statement
Newtown's youth lacrosse association has reacted to the tragedy that claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults in the Connecticut town.

December 13, 2012
Big East, NEC, MAAC on Realignment Carousel
The wheel of conference realignment keeps on turning. The Big East is on center stage with the NEC and MAAC also on board.

December 12, 2012
Rochester Picks Millon First in Supplemental Draft
Mark Millon, an MLL pioneer and National Lacrosse Hall of Famer, is planning a comeback to the league with the Rochester Rattlers.

December 6, 2012
Central Michigan to Add Women's Lacrosse
Central Michigan University will add Division I women's lacrosse for the 2015-16 season.

November 30, 2012
Merrimack Lacrosse Has a Fan on 'Always Sunny'
Charlie Day, who plays Charlie Kelly on FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," sported a Merrimack lacrosse t-shirt on Thursday's episode in honor of his alma mater.

November 29, 2012
Tambroni Reflects on the Last Year at Penn State
Coach Jeff Tambroni said Penn State "took a pretty big blow, without question," with the scandal that rocked the school over a year ago.

November 28, 2012
Conference Realignment Watch: Louisville to ACC
Louisville's move to the ACC adds another women's program to an already strong conference and leaves the Big East weaker.

November 27, 2012
November's Most Read Stories
Take a look back at the biggest stories of the last month covering a variety of topics.

November 26, 2012
Ninth-Grader Verbally Commits to Johns Hopkins
Forry Smith, listed as a 6-foot-2, 175-pound attackman, has become the first freshman to verbally commit to a Division I men's program.

November 21, 2012
Maryland, Rutgers Moves Will Shake Up Lacrosse
The moves of Maryland and Rutgers to the Big Ten means conference realignment will alter the college lacrosse landscape — again.

November 21, 2012
Tillman on Maryland's Future: We'll Wait and See
Maryland coach John Tillman is taking a “wait-and-see approach” to determining the Terrapins conference future.

November 16, 2012
Monster's Kids Helping Sandy Disaster Relief
Lacrosse Magazine's 2010 Person of the Year Tim Goettelmann has decided to shift some attention of his charitable foundation to disaster relief in New York.

November 11, 2012
Warrior Responds to Miller Boycott Over Slogan
Charlotte Hounds midfielder Jovan Miller boycotted the apparel and equipment company over a racially charged marketing slogan.

November 7, 2012
Lacrosse Community Helping With Sandy Relief
Members of the lacrosse community in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic are stepping up to help with the Superstorm Sandy relief effort.

November 6, 2012
Michigan to Play Colgate at New York's Citi Field
The Wolverines' 2013 men's schedule includes some outside the box thinking: a game versus Colgate at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, and a matchup with Army at Sun Life Stadium in Miami.

November 6, 2012
Give & Go: MLL, NLL, Team USA Star Joe Walters
The former Terp and current Team USA member Joe Walters adapted his game to win an NLL championship with the Rochester Knighthawks.

November 5, 2012
Video: Princeton Women’s Team Overseas in Malta
The Princeton women's lacrosse team was recently in Malta, an island country in the center of the Mediterranean Sea about 50 miles south of Sicily. Check out an interview with them on Malta national television.

November 2, 2012
Original Ole Miss Club Player Killed in Auto Accident
Sarah Wheat, who helped start the Ole Miss club women’s lacrosse team and was the 2011 Southeastern Women’s Lacrosse League Goalie of the Year, was killed in a car accident that also claimed the life of her brother.

October 28, 2012
October's Most Read Stories on
Take a look back at the biggest stories of the last month covering a variety of topics.

October 24, 2012
30 in 30: How to Build a Program at Marquette?
Head coach Joe Amplo explains the process of getting Marquette Division I men's lacrosse off the ground in Wisconsin.

October 18, 2012
Galasso Verbally Commits to Transfer to Syracuse
Nicky Galasso plans to join Syracuse this spring. The former North Carolina attackman verbally committed to the Orange on Thursday.

October 17, 2012
U.S. U19er D'Agostino Transferring from Syracuse
Former U.S. U19 defenseman Ralph D’Agostino is transferring from Syracuse after running into an unfortunate set of circumstances regarding financial aid.

October 16, 2012
Mother of Penn State Player Seeks Transplant Match
Kim Roper, the mother of Penn State senior midfielder Drew Roper, has non-Hodgkin lymphoma and needs a bone marrow transplant to save her live.

October 15, 2012
Navy Salutes Past Upon Return from Notre Dame
Upon encountering 67 World War II veterans at the airport on the return trip from Notre Dame this weekend, the entire Navy team lined up to salute them.

October 12, 2012
Seatown Classic Brings D-I Lacrosse to Washington
What was a pipe dream just five years ago on Saturday will become a reality when Maryland and Denver meet for a scrimmage outside Seattle.

October 12, 2012
Fall Ball Weekend Preview: Coast-to-Coast Action
From a busy slate along the East Coast to a game in the Pacific Northwest, fall ball season continues into mid-October.

October 11, 2012
Galasso Doesn't Have 'Top Pick' But 'Cuse on List
Teams have started to court Nicky Galasso, including Syracuse. But the sought-after attackman says "I have no top pick."

October 10, 2012
Galasso: 'Want to See Where I Can Make Impact'
Nicky Galasso, who is transferring from North Carolina, said he wants to be closer to his family and at a place he can "make an impact."

October 5, 2012
Fall Ball Weekend Preview: New Rules in Action
A busy weekend is ahead. The new men's rules will be seen in widespread action, while one women's coach is putting up-tempo changes on display.

October 1, 2012
September's Most Read Stories
As we turn the page to October, here's a look back at the most read stories on for the month of September. Topics covered: New rules, rookies to watch and Duel in Denver.

September 28, 2012
Return of NFL Officials Includes Lacrosse Connection
Bob Waggoner, who wore No. 25 in stripes working as the field judge during Thursday's Baltimore Ravens-Cleveland Browns game, is a former NCAA men’s lacrosse official and current assignor.

September 26, 2012
Hazing Will Cost Vanderbilt to Miss Fall Event
Vanderbilt announced its women’s lacrosse and tennis teams "recently engaged in separate events that rise to the level of hazing."

September 25, 2012
Huguely Appealing Conviction in Love Case
Attorneys for George Huguely are appealing his second-degree murder conviction in the death of Yeardley Love.