Blogs from Mark MacykMay 16, 2013
Marcoux and Limestone Prepping for Long Run
Limestone will complete its run to the Final Four this weekend. Next month senior Skylar Marcoux will begin a much longer run -- across the United States.
May 4, 2013
NCAA Div. II Women's Conf. Tourney Clearinghouse
We're already into the postseason for some conferences. Here's a list of the women's Division II tourneys on tap this spring.
May 4, 2013
NCAA Div. III Women's Conf. Tourney Clearinghouse
The postseason has finally arrived. Here's a list of the Division III women's tourneys on tap this spring.
March 1, 2013
Indiana Tech vs. McKendree Also a High School Reunion
Six years ago, Brittany Poist and Emily Shreeve were Baltimore-area high school teammates. On Saturday, in Lebanon, Ill., they'll share a field again — as opposing college coaches.
November 12, 2012
Trailer for Stonehill Documentary '113 Days' Debuts
Take a look at the trailer for the movie documenting the 2012 Stonehill women's lacrosse season.
May 11, 2012
NCAA WD3 Second Round Offers Plenty of Intrigue
Sixteen teams remain after one day of Women's Division III May Madness. After this weekend there will be only four. Here are the most intriguing second round matchups: Redlands vs. Catholic (at Salisbury), Buffalo State at Trinity and Amherst vs. TCNJ (at Cortland).
May 3, 2012
Lindenwood Wins WILA Title, Excited For Future
Lindenwood (15-2) clinched the 2012 WILA championship over the weekend. What will the program look like in 2014, when it is on track to become a full NCAA Division II member.
April 24, 2012
Tuesday Extra: Looking Ahead to Big East Tourney
Villanova will look to clean up a few things on the field by the time it hosts the first Big East men's lacrosse tournament May 3 and 5.
April 19, 2012
Lenoir-Rhyne A Successful Startup Program
The Lenoir-Rhyne women's program is a prime example of why the IWLCA needed to expand its Division II rankings from 10 to 15 teams last year.
March 1, 2012
Florida's Potential Showing in Women's D-II
The early story in Division II women’s lacrosse this year is the surprising success of two Florida schools: Rollins and Florida Southern.