Kenyon Lords

Team Schedule

Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Streak Home Away Neutral
4-4 .500 1-1 .500 Lost 2 4-1 0-3 0-0

Date Opponent Result Time/Status Links
Feb. 25 Capital W, 11-2 Final Box Score Recap
Feb. 28 Hope W, 16-5 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 4 at Franklin and Marshall L, 15-8 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 7 at Ursinus L, 12-5 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 11 Adrian W, 13-12 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 14 DePauw * W, 10-6 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 21 Ohio Wesleyan * L, 10-7 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 25 at Otterbein L, 10-7 Final Box Score Recap
Mar. 28 at Wabash * 1:00 PM Live stats
Mar. 31 Wooster * 4:00 PM
Apr. 4 at Wittenberg * 1:00 PM
Apr. 8 at Oberlin * 4:00 PM
Apr. 11 at Mt. St. Joseph 1:00 PM Live stats
Apr. 15 Denison * 4:00 PM
Apr. 18 at Hiram * 1:00 PM Live stats

All times Eastern


North Coast Athletic Conference

Ohio WesleyanWoosterWittenbergDenisonKenyonWabashDePauwOberlinHiram
Team Conf All GF GA
Ohio Wesleyan 2-0 8-0 114 48
Wooster 2-0 7-2 133 75
Wittenberg 2-0 4-3 91 60
Denison 1-0 6-2 112 67
Kenyon 1-1 4-4 77 72
Wabash 0-1 1-5 35 84
DePauw 0-2 4-5 87 90
Oberlin 0-2 3-5 66 82
Hiram 0-2 2-5 46 90


March 27, 2015
Small College Weekend Primer: Whittier's Challenge
Here's a quick peek at the games of note at the Division II and III level, including a crucial game for the Poets.

March 26, 2015
Ohio Wesleyan Still Right on Schedule
Even with some obstacles, like having to wait two hours for officials to show on Tuesday, Mike Plantholt has the Battling Bishops on course. Plus, Williams rolls and Stevenson's goalie is figuring it out.

March 26, 2015
Gallery: RIT Pounds Middlebury at Homewood (MD3)
No. 2 RIT left no doubt for the Baltimore fans on Wednesday, downing Middlebury 21-11 at Homewood Field. Photos by John Strohsacker.

March 26, 2015
Gallery: Ursinus Takes 2G Win Over F&M (MD3)
Ursinus used a big mid-game run and withstood a late Franklin & Marshall rally to win in Centennial Conference action Wednesday. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

March 25, 2015
Candon Sends Stevenson Past Salisbury in Overtime
Pat Candon scored the game-winner in overtime, helping No. 9 Stevenson earn a hard-fought road win over No. 13 Salisbury.

March 25, 2015
Neal Guides No. 16 Ursinus Past Franklin & Marshall
Senior middie Mike Neal scored two goals and set up two others, helping Ursinus snap a three-game losing streak to F&M and improve to 2-0 in the Centennial.

March 25, 2015
No. 2 RIT Overwhelms No. 12 Middlebury
A five-goal second-quarter run sparked by one of Chad Levick's four goals sent the Tigers past the Panthers in a neutral site game at Johns Hopkins.

March 24, 2015
Kiesel, No. 11 Williams Stun No. 3 Dutchmen
Steven Kiesel scored five goals and set up a sixth, helping the Ephs rock third-ranked Union, 16-10.

March 24, 2015
No. 6 Ohio Wesleyan Pounds No. 20 Roanoke
The Battling Bishops took the lead for good in the second quarter and didn't look back in a 23-6 win in Salem, Va.

March 23, 2015
Nike/LM Division III Men's Top 20
There was plenty of movement this week, but the top three remained entrenched for the time being.

March 23, 2015
Division III Notebook: Is Nazareth Ready to Fly?
The Golden Flyers went down to the Greene Turtle Classic and picked up a pair of solid victories. Can they parlay that success into Empire 8 gold? Plus, Salisbury's reconstruction and Stevenson's headset experiment.

March 22, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Orange Sunday
Syracuse's men and women are both in action in key tilts on a busy Sunday, with the unbeaten men hosting Duke and the women travelling to Northwestern. What else is in store?

March 21, 2015
Cabrini Holds On, Fends Off Stevenson

March 21, 2015
Stewart, Lynchburg Roll Past Cortland

March 20, 2015
Weekender: RIT's Gillies Playing Under the Radar
It's tough for Tigers senior Brad Gillies to get any publicity -- even on his school's website -- but he plays an important role in RIT's success.

March 20, 2015
Small College Weekend Primer: Greene Turtle Time
It would be easy for Paul Cantabene to kick back, watch a little film and enjoy his program's success. The Greene Turtle Classic proves he's a Division III guy now.

March 20, 2015
Highlights: Top-Ranked Tufts Downs Stevenson (MD3)

March 19, 2015
Midweek Notes: Dissecting the Tufts System
The success that Tufts has had is often credited to "the system," but the Jumbos scheme is far simpler than what it is made out to be. Plus, Middlebury gets on a roll.

March 18, 2015
Kalama's Six-Point Day Leads Salisbury Past Cabrini
Carson Kalama scored four goals and set up two others, helping the No. 14 Sea Gulls take down No. 9 Cabrini on Wednesday, 13-7.

March 18, 2015
Gallery: Salisbury Takes Road Win Over Cabrini (MD3)
Salisbury earned its third straight win after a 2-3 start, downing No. 9 Cabrini on the road. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

March 18, 2015
Gallery: Scenes from Stevenson-Tufts Showdown (MD3)
No. 1 Tufts visited No. 4 Stevenson on Tuesday night and came away with an 18-12 victory. Images from John Strohsacker.

March 17, 2015
Ithaca Uses Faceoff Dominance to Edge Oneonta

March 17, 2015
No. 20 Middlebury Edges No. 8 Endicott
The Panthers scored four of the last five goals of the game, rallying to take down the Gulls.

March 17, 2015
No. 1 Tufts Handles No. 4 Stevenson 18-12
The top-ranked Jumbos scored six straight goals to end the first half and maintained the lead against the host Mustangs on Tuesday night.

March 16, 2015
Division III Notebook: The Crusade Is On
Susquehanna's win over Franklin & Marshall -- the first-ever win for the Crusaders over a ranked team -- was tempered by the loss to Elizabethtown, but it was still a big win for an emerging program.

March 16, 2015
USILA DIII Poll: Tufts and RIT Hang On at Top

March 15, 2015
Gallery: Gettysburg Hands Eastern First Loss (MD3)
No. 5 Gettysburg handed Eastern its first loss of 2015, topping the Eagles 15-9. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

March 14, 2015
Last Second Goal Lifts No. 2 RIT Over No. 7 Cabrini

March 14, 2015
Unbeaten Gettysburg Gives Eastern First Loss
Robby Maddux had four goals as No. 5 Gettysburg beat Eastern 15-9, handing the Eagles their first loss of the season.

March 13, 2015
No. 9 Amherst Guns Down No. 10 Endicott
The No. 9 Amherst men's lacrosse team used an eight-point effort from Quinn Moroney and three goals apiece from Kane Haffey and Chris Albanese to defeat No. 10 Endicott 16-10 at Pratt Field on Friday.

March 12, 2015
Highlights: Endicott Hands Lynchburg a Loss (MD3)

March 11, 2015
Morning Jac: Frostburg State Ignoring WAC Win
Frostburg State picked up an impressive victory over Washington College last weekend, but Tommy Pearce is keeping the Bobcats' eyes on the CAC prize.

March 11, 2015
Adler's 23 Saves Helps Oneonta Dump No. 18 Naz

March 11, 2015
No. 19 Ursinus Dispatches No. 13 Montclair State

March 11, 2015
RIT Rallies to Topple Cortland at Carrier Dome, 12-11
Three fourth quarter goals helped No. 2 RIT edge No. 8 Cortland at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse on Wednesday evening.

March 11, 2015
Susquehanna Stuns No. 20 F&M in Double Overtime
Carmen Raroha scored in double overtime to beat No. 20 Franklin & Marshall -- the first-ever win for the Crusaders against a ranked team.

March 11, 2015
Gallery: Susquehanna Upsets No. 20 F&M (MD3)
Carmen Raroha scored in double overtime to beat No. 20 Franklin & Marshall -- the first-ever win for the Crusaders against a ranked team. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

March 10, 2015
Northern Exposure: Endicott Chills Lynchburg
The No. 6 Hornets made their first road trip to New England, but they left with a loss after the tenth-ranked Gulls won a 15-13 thriller.

March 9, 2015
Highlights: A Feast From Around the Game
A cornucopia of highlights from the past weekend's action awaits - footage from Denver-Notre Dame, Northwestern-Colorado, a goalie goal from Yale and more!

March 9, 2015
Division III Notebook: Cabrini Rids Itself of Ghosts
The Cavaliers epic meltdown against Lynchburg had the potential to haunt Cabrini for a while, but the demons were exorcised against Dickinson. Plus, Amherst, Stevenson and notes.

March 8, 2015
Late Strikes Lift Gettysburg to Win Over No. 3 Lynchburg
Down a goal late, No. 11 Gettysburg rallied with two goals in the final minute to down No. 3 Lynchburg in Sunday afternoon action.

March 8, 2015
No. 15 Ohio Wesleyan Edges No. 12 Salisbury in OT

March 7, 2015
D'Onofrio, No. 5 Stevenson Fend Off Roanoke

March 7, 2015
Franklin & Marshall Bounces No. 10 W&L

March 7, 2015
Frostburg State Coasts Past No. 13 Washington

March 7, 2015
Messiah Stuns No. 6 York in Overtime

March 6, 2015
Weekend Primer: Limestone Craving a Test
Playing No. 5 NYIT will be challenging enough, but Saints coach J.B. Clarke loves the distractions his team must handle. Plus, notable games for the weekend.

March 6, 2015
Weekender: Cotter's Endicott Decision Paying Off
Harrison Cotter wasn't sure if he was going to play lacrosse, never mind attend the same school as his older brother. Four years later, his choice could pay off in a big way for the Gulls.

March 5, 2015
Ursinus Focused on Most Important Stat
They might not be the most aesthetically pleasing victories, but the Bears are 2-0 and eyeing the postseason. Also, Roanoke finds redemption against York.

March 5, 2015
Gallery: Big Second Half Leads Eastern Past Aurora (MD3)
Down at halftime, Eastern went on a 7-1 run in a 11-7 victory over Aurora on Wednesday afternoon. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

March 4, 2015
Morning Jac: No Place Like Home for Williams
The Ephs had to practice and play games on the road for most of the 2014 season, but now they are getting their payoff. If the rout of Bowdoin in the opener is any indication, it could be a big year for Williams.

March 4, 2015
Big Second Half Lifts Eastern Over Aurora
The Eagles outscored the Spartans 7-1 in the second half as Grant Ferguson became Eastern's all-time leader in points.

March 4, 2015
Driscoll, Hamilton Hold Off No. 19 Nazareth

March 4, 2015
Roanoke Dumps No. 6 York, Stevenson on Deck

March 3, 2015
Morning Jac: Coast Guard Changing Gears
Coast Guard's transition to the varsity world may not be the smoothest in terms of wins, but once the Bears get settled in they have a chance to be a player in the NEWMAC.

March 3, 2015
Gallery: Stevenson Handles Western NE (MD3)
Stevenson beat Western New England 17-4 on Saturday night behind four goals from Paul Danko and 12 saves from Ben Richards. Photos by John Strohsacker.

March 2, 2015
Division III Notebook: Union, Wehrum Officially Belong
Both the Dutchmen and Paul Wehrum have been Division III outsiders, but after beating Cortland on Saturday, they both have arrived. Plus, Gettysburg learns how to compete.

March 1, 2015
Improbable Rally Lifts Lynchburg Over Cabrini

February 28, 2015
Brady Guides Gettysburg to Upset Over Salisbury
Rookie Tim Brady made 14 saves, helping the Bullets bury No. 6 Salisbury, 12-6. It was the first win for Gettysburg over the Gulls since 2009.

February 28, 2015
Monster Second Half Sends Tufts Past Middlebury

February 28, 2015
No. 16 Washington & Lee Routs No. 4 Washington College
W&L sophomore Joe Perella scored five goals and set up a sixth, helping the Generals post an impressive, 15-7 road victory against the Shoremen.

February 28, 2015
No. 2 RIT Pulls Away from No. 12 Ithaca

February 28, 2015
No. 8 Union Trips No. 7 Cortland in Shootout

February 28, 2015
Williams Dominates Bowdoin, 16-5

February 28, 2015
Gallery: W&L Wins in Rout over Washington College (MD3)
The 16th-ranked Generals got a big victory over the fourth-ranked Shoremen - who now stand at 0-2. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

February 27, 2015
Small College Weekend Primer
There are 86 Division III men's games and 25 Division II men's contests this weekend, marking the first full slate of games this year. Jac Coyne takes a peek at a couple of matchups worthy of following.

February 26, 2015
Morning Jac: Tufts Has a Familiar Look
In 2011, Tufts came up a game short of repeating as national champions. The Jumbos have a very similar make-up to that squad this spring, but are hoping to excise the memory of their previous shortfall.

February 25, 2015
Highlights: RIT Topples Stevenson 17-10 (MD3)

February 25, 2015
Hutson Sends York to Overtime Upset of WAC
Spartans senior attackman Tyler Hutson scored the game-tying goal with 15 seconds left in regulation and then netted the game-winner in overtime, giving No. 11 York the 9-8 win over No. 4 Washington College.

February 25, 2015
Gallery: York Edges Washington College in OT (MD3)
In an unexpected (since it wasn't on either team's schedule until recently) thriller, York edged Washington College by a goal in OT. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

February 24, 2015
Morning Jac: York, WAC Bring NCAA Tourney to February
The weather dictated that York and Washington College desperately needed a game. Now, the No. 11 Spartans and No. 4 Shoremen will meet on Wednesday with just three days notice, bringing a tournament feel to the dead of winter.

February 23, 2015
Division III Notebook: The Generals Big Bounce Back
Washington & Lee was staring an 0-2 start to the season in the face with a neutral site game against Denison on Saturday. Cam Lewis found the range in the Thiel bubble, getting the Generals back on track.

February 23, 2015
Lee, Johnston Help RIT Roll Over Stevenson
Ryan Lee posted an eight-point afternoon and Pat Johnston made 19 saves, helping the No. 2 Tigers roll past the fifth-ranked Mustangs, 17-10 on Monday afternoon.

February 23, 2015
USILA DIII Top 20: RIT Edges Tufts for Top Spot

February 23, 2015
Gallery: RIT Runs Away Late to Top Stevenson (MD3)
No. 2 RIT kicked off its season with a big win, topping No 5 Stevenson by a 17-10 mark at the Carrier Dome. Photos by Larry Palumbo

February 21, 2015
Crazy Eight: Lewis, W&L Trip Up No. 9 Denison

February 20, 2015
Castleton, Norwich Team Up for Climb for Connor

February 19, 2015
Morning Jac: Albright Feeling Alright
Albright is entering just its fourth season, but it has already had plenty of success under Jake Plunket. How high is the ceiling this year? We'll get an idea on Saturday when they host Cortland.

February 19, 2015
Cantabene's Rochester Return Just One Storyline
Stevenson coach Paul Cantabene is coaching for the first time in his hometown, but it's just one of many storylines in Saturday's bout with RIT.

February 19, 2015
Denison Selected As Favorite in NCAC

February 19, 2015
RIT the Pick to Take the Liberty

February 18, 2015
Ithaca Picked to Repeat in E8 Preseason Poll

February 17, 2015
Morning Jac: Aurora Eyeing Third Bid
The Spartans are only one of nine teams that have advanced to at least the second round of the NCAA tournament in the past two seasons. Their sights are now set on a third visit.

February 16, 2015
Division III Notes: Lynchburg Now Beyond Upsets
Ten years ago, Lynchburg beating Salisbury might have been considered a big upset. The Hornets don't think like that now. Plus, CNU, Sewanee and Pool Duty.

February 15, 2015
Kavanagh Hired As New Wooster Coach

February 14, 2015
Marist Edges Air Force in Season Opener

February 14, 2015
Murphy, Lynchburg Too Much for Salisbury

February 14, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Valentine's Lacrosse Central
A killer doubleheader in Georgia headlines the Saturday action in lacrosse, as Duke and Denver face off, followed by Northwestern and Virginia.

February 13, 2015
Christopher Newport Upsets No. 15 W&L in Opener
John Thompson scored five goals, and the Captains used a five-goal run bridging the second and third quarters Friday to defeat 15th-ranked Washington & Lee 13-9.

February 12, 2015
Morning Jac: How Will Albion Handle the 9:09?
The Britons had 9:09 to score a goal in the MIAA championship game, but couldn't find one. They hope to use that shortfall this year to be ready when the games get tight.

February 12, 2015
Washington College Stands Astride the Centennial

February 11, 2015
Inaugural CCIW Preseason Poll Picks Carthage

February 11, 2015
Susquehanna the Pick to Rule the Landmark

February 10, 2015
Morning Jac: York Readies for Stevenson Opener
The 12th-ranked Spartans are way past the point of flying under the radar, but they'll certainly be underdogs when they travel to No. 5 Stevenson on Saturday. What's York's approach?

February 9, 2015
Watch: Tufts' Road to the Championship 2014
Tufts put together a great documentary surrounding the program and its road to the 2014 NCAA crown (built upon its 2011 finals loss). Check it out!

February 9, 2015
Small College Notebook: Pfeiffer's Poll Motivation
The Falcons didn't crack any of the preseason polls, and that didn't go unnoticed heading into Saturday's game with No. 11 Florida Southern. After a thrilling wins, Pfeiffer should get their rankings wish.

February 6, 2015
Hanover Edges Transy In Inaugural ORLC Poll

February 6, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 1 Tufts
The Jumbos trampled everything in their path behind a mammoth offense a year ago. Can Mike Daly's crew earn a third NCAA crown in 2015?

February 5, 2015
Cole Bailey: DIII Men's Preseason Player of the Year
It's never been all about numbers for the Tufts star and LM's Preseason Player of the Year for Men's Division III. But his numbers are certainly impressive anyways.

February 5, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 2 RIT
The Tigers were once again one of the top teams in the country, but the end to the season was ugly. RIT is loaded once again and will be looking to finally take home the whole enchilada.

February 4, 2015
ODAC Coaches Tab Lynchburg as Preseason Fave

February 4, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: Best Bet All-Americans
Who would you take for your starting lineup from all of Division III? We've made our picks for preseason All-America.

February 4, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 3 Salisbury
The Sea Gulls were thwarted from title No. 11 last spring, and now there are holes all over the field. Alas, questions for Salisbury are answered a lot easier than at most places.

February 3, 2015
Morning Jac: It's Personal for G-boro's Foderaro
Mike Foderaro was a three-time captain and two-time MVP while playing for Greensboro, and now he's back as the Pride's head coach. He very much wants to be the guy to lead his alma mater to its first NCAA tournament berth.

February 3, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 4 Washington
The 2014 version of the Shoremen advanced to the semifinals for the first time in a decade. Can WAC maintain it's upward trajectory and fight for a title this spring, or will there be a leveling off?

February 2, 2015
Eastern Is the Pick to Click in the MAC Freedom

February 2, 2015
Stevenson Tabbed Preseason Pick in MAC-C

February 2, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 5 Stevenson
The Mustangs' attempt at a repeat fell short, but not by much. Stevenson once against boasts a stacked roster, but there's a fine line between good and great.

January 30, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 6 Cortland
The Red Dragons had a rare NCAA quarterfinals setback, and now there are questions about their defense. Has Cortland fallen behind its top North region rivals, or was it just a one-year anomaly?

January 29, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 7 Lynchburg
If the Hornets put together a 17-win season in what was supposed to be a 'down' year, what can an improved crew manage this spring?

January 28, 2015
Geiger Named First Head Coach at Westminster

January 28, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 8 Union
Three of the Dutchmen's four losses came to Liberty League rival RIT last year, including an NCAA quarterfinal showdown. Is it Union's time to shine, or will they remain second fiddle to the Tigers?

January 27, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 9 Denison
The Big Red were the toast of Division III last spring, but there are a lot of key pieces gone. While Denison won't match last year's success, it'll still be dangerous.

January 26, 2015
USILA DIII Men's Top 20 Headlined by Tufts, RIT
Defending champion Tufts and RIT took the top two spots in the USILA DIII Men's Preseason Top 20 poll, released on Monday afternoon.

January 26, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 10 Cabrini
The Cavaliers put together one of its finest regular seasons behind its No.1-rated offense, but were upended in the second round of the tourney. Is a deeper run in store for '15?

January 25, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Men's Preview: No. 20-11 Breakdown
Lacrosse Magazine's preseason Division III men's rankings are out. Here's a breakdown of the No. 11 through No. 20 teams in this year's list.

January 16, 2015
Video: Off the Field with Stevenson's Callum Robinson
What's life like if you're an Australian, but also an All-American? LM caught up with Stevenson's 'Big Koala' Callum Robinson to check out his off-field setup for our new YouTube channel.

January 2, 2015
St. Lawrence Player Killed in New Year's Accident

January 1, 2015
Hook, Meachum Participate in Rose Bowl Parade
Northwestern Mutual, a presenting sponsor of the Rose Bowl Game, selected Denver goalie Hannah Hook and Carthage graduate assistant coach Jack Meachum to be featured on their "Inspiring Potential" float.

December 29, 2014
Stories of the Year: The Record Breakers
Zack Dorn shocked the world with the world's fastest shot at the MLL All-Star Game, Jackie Sileo set the all-division women's points mark, and many more marks fell in 2014.

December 22, 2014
Fan Vote: Division III 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 II Men's Preseason Player of the Year.

December 21, 2014
Video: 2015 NCAA Lacrosse Rule Changes
The 2015 NCAA lacrosse rules and officiating video details the rule changes and points of emphasis for the season.

December 18, 2014
Felicetti Named Head Coach at Medaille

December 12, 2014
Fan Vote: Your Preseason Player of the Year Picks?
With the season inching closer, we look at the candidates for LM's Preseason Player of the Year honors across the divisions. Who gets your nod?

December 10, 2014
Pool B Whittled Down to Three in MD3
The NCAA has announced the Pool breakdown in men's Division III and the Pool B (independent) crew has seen their access trimmed from five bids to three in 2015.

December 8, 2014
Mary Washington Mourns the Loss of Griffin Burke
Griffin Burke, a junior member of the University of Mary Washington's men's lacrosse team, passed away on Saturday.

December 3, 2014
Bezek Named Head Coach at Oswego State

December 3, 2014
Schambach Named Head Coach at Montclair

December 1, 2014
Lacrosse Magazine's Best of Lacrosse 2014
The votes are in - here are your choices for the Best of Lacrosse in 2014!

November 19, 2014
Next Level: Christopher Newport Embraces Drones
Christopher Newport head coach Todd Boward turned a possible UFO sighting into an indispensable tool for the growth of the Captains' men's lacrosse program.

November 7, 2014
Westminster (Pa.) Adding Men's Lacrosse in 2016

October 30, 2014
Small College Notebook: An Awkward Phase
Both Division II and III are entering a growth stage where new programs are viewed as both a blessing and a curse. Fortunately, it's just part of being the fastest growing sport in the country and these issues so too shall pass.

October 28, 2014
Washington & Lee Edges VMI at Lee-Jackson Classic

October 28, 2014
Concordia-Chicago To Add M&W in 2016

October 24, 2014
Coyne: Time to Give Faceoff Guys a Break
For the past three cycles, the NCAA rules committee has hoped to cure the sports ills on the backs of the faceoff industry. If there are further changes coming in two years, it's time for the other positions to pay their fair share.

October 20, 2014
Gallery: Edward Taylor Coombs Fall Shootout
Several small college teams took the field Sunday for the annual Edward Taylor Coombs Shootout in Pennsylvania. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

October 20, 2014
Gallery: Megan Puls Classic at Stevenson University
Adelphi, Goucher, Cabrini and others hit the fields at Stevenson University on Sunday. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 19, 2014
Strong Programs Hit Fields at Stevenson's Puls Classic
Cabrini and Adelphi were among the guests for Stevenson's annual Megan Puls Lacrosse Classic on Sunday afternoon. How'd the squads look?

October 17, 2014
Conference Snapshot: SUNYAC
The Cortland train appears unstoppable. Is there anyone in the SUNYAC who can derail the Red Dragons?

October 17, 2014
Conference Snapshot: The Independents
The number of teams in the independent pool has gone down considerably this year, but there are still some quality unattached teams that will find themselves in the NCAA tourney.

October 17, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Skyline Conference
It has been six straight conference titles for Montclair State, and there is not much to lead us to believe it'll be anyone other than the Red Hawks hoisting the Skyline banner once again.

October 17, 2014
30 in 30: Genny's Turf Quest Nearing Conclusion
Geneseo has waited seven years for a turf field that would allow it to compete on equal footing with its peers. Now the Knights are not only ready to break in their new digs, but also resume their status among the SUNYAC elite.

October 16, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Southern Athletic Assoc.
After two years of hogging Pool B bids, the SAA takes its first foray into the automatic qualifying jungle. The conference will only get one bid this year, but the race for that ring will be extremely entertaining.

October 16, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Old Dominion
The ODAC had its number of bids pared down to just one last year after a high-water mark of three in '13, but a stacked league this spring could mean a return to multi-bid bliss.

October 15, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Ohio River
The Ohio River Lacrosse Conference, a confluence of two other conferences plants its flag this spring and starts the clock on an automatic qualifying bid in 2017.

October 15, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Ohio Athletic Conference
The OAC is one of three conferences that have earned an automatic qualifying berth this spring. Is there a fresh face ready to represent the conference, or is it Otterbein for the foreseeable future?

October 15, 2014
Conference Snapshot: North East
The NEAC has been the exclusive domain of Kueka over the past four years. The Storm are still the favorites to make it five in a row, but they should receive a challenge from Morrisville State.

October 14, 2014
Conference Snapshot: North Coast
Ever since its departure from the Pool B world, the NCAC has been a one-bid league. Will that trend continue, or is this the year it returns to its NCAA tournament multi-team form?

October 14, 2014
Conference Snapshot: North Atlantic
In its ninth year with an automatic qualifier, there won't be much different from the previous eight -- two teams will be in contention for the chance at the NCAA tournament.

October 13, 2014
Conference Snapshot: NEWMAC
The name changed, but the results stayed the same last year for the NEWMAC (formerly the Pilgrim). Don't look for much new in '15 as the Springfield train steams ahead.

October 13, 2014
Conference Snapshot: The NESCAC
The championship trophy is owned by the NESCAC this spring, but the last two seasons have been cause for concern for this power conference. Is the tide about to turn, or is it a new reality for the league?

October 11, 2014
Gallery: Cortland and LeMoyne Fall Ball in New York
Central N.Y. powerhouses Cortland and Le Moyne faced off under the lights in fall action Friday night. Photos by Rich Barnes.

October 10, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Midwest Lacrosse Conf.
The Midwest Lacrosse Conference has a very different look this spring, but one thing has remained the same: it's good to be Aurora.

October 10, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Michigan Intercollegiate
The MIAA has been Adrian's playground since the conference's inception. Is it business as usual in the Great Lake State or is another contender about to emerge?

October 10, 2014
Stone Tabbed to Take Over Reins at Bard

October 9, 2014
Conference Snapshot MAC Freedom
After swimming in Pool B for the last two years, the MAC Freedom finally gets its AQ. But just like during the independent years, the conference crown goes through Eastern.

October 9, 2014
Conference Snapshot: MAC Commonwealth
Stevenson has been the brightest light for the MAC Commonwealth, even notching a national championship for the league. Will the Mustangs continue their roll, or will the rest of the talented conference catch up with them?

October 9, 2014
30 in 30: Corcoran Goes 'All In' On Wabash
Terry Corcoran has been coaching for a long time and the prospect of building Wabash - an all-male school in Indiana - has him as excited as any of his past endeavors.

October 8, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Little East
The LEC has been an annual battle between Keene State and Eastern Conn. with a trip to the dance on the line. It's looking like one of those teams will have no peers within the conference in '15.

October 8, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Liberty League
The Liberty has emerged as one of the most powerful conferences in the country. Nothing should slow that down this spring, although grabbing a national championship would erase all doubt.

October 7, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Landmark Conference
The Landmark has had five different champions in its seven years of existence. Does the diversity show again this spring or will Goucher win its third-ever crown?

October 7, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Conf. of Ill. & Wisconsin
The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin plants its lacrosse flag this spring with a six team league. Is there a Pool B bid in the mix for this upstart conference?

October 6, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Great Northeast
The GNAC enters Year Four of automatic qualifying status and the question is will there be a repeat conference champion after three different teams in the previous three years?

October 6, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Empire 8
The Empire 8 entered the '14 campaign with plenty of promise, but only Ithaca emerged as tournament ready. Three teams have the potential to win the league this year, meaning multiple bids aren't out of the question.

October 3, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Commonwealth Coast
For the first time, the CCC earned a second bid to the NCAA tournament as Endicott had enough juice in the Pool C race. Is this the new normal, or an anomaly?

October 3, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Colonial States
The conference tour continues, this time with a stop in the CSAC. Is this year that someone threatens Cabrini's hegemony within the league? (Spoiler alert: No).

October 2, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Centennial Conference
Next up on the Division III Conference Snapshot list: the Centennial. Is the former power player ready for a second bid in '15, or will it be a one-trick pony once again?

October 2, 2014
30 in 30: Coaching Carousel Movement in Small College
Major moves - like Adelphi's Rob Grella resigning shortly after taking Adelphi to the Women's DII title - littered the off-season in small college lacrosse.

October 1, 2014
Conference Snapshot: Capital Athletic Conf.
We're still in the clutches of fall ball, but it's never to early to take a peek at 2015. I'll be taking a quick peek at every conference in Division III to gauge what to expect when the new campaign rolls around. Let's start with the CAC.

September 26, 2014
A Wives' Tale: Making a Coaching Family Work
The coaching profession can be taxing on marriages and families with the long hours and year round recruiting. How do they make it work? Here's a look at the challenges and solutions from the wives' perspective.

September 10, 2014
Chamberlain Named Coach at Farmingdale

September 9, 2014
Bohlander Tabbed As Next Manhattanville Coach

September 9, 2014
Midsummer Night's Power Ranking: Division III
We're closer to fall than midsummer, but Jac Coyne has finally completed his offseason power rankings, outlining who will be in the mix for the 2015 hardware.

September 7, 2014
Jacques Named First Head Coach at Wilkes

September 5, 2014
LaSala Leaves Adrian, Takes Over at Hartwick

September 4, 2014
Dock Named Head Coach at Maine-Farmington

September 3, 2014
Kinney Named Head Coach at Alma

August 27, 2014
Tilley Named New Head Coach at EConn

August 26, 2014
McCabe Named Interim Coach at Montclair

August 13, 2014
Taylor Named New Head Coach at Arcadia

July 11, 2014
Young Named Head Coach at Oglethorpe

July 8, 2014
Bocklet Named Head Coach at Purchase

June 28, 2014
Kustron Named Head Coach at W&J

June 28, 2014
Wilkes To Bring Back Men's Lacrosse in 2016

June 26, 2014
Perrelle Named Interm Coach at Marywood

June 24, 2014
Severns Leaves Centre, Now at Davis & Elkins

June 10, 2014
Ace Adams College Sportsmanship Winners
The US Lacrosse Men’s Collegiate Officials Committee has named the recipients of the James “Ace” Adams Sportsmanship Award for the 2014 lacrosse season.

May 6, 2014
Jim Berkman Goes on Fatherly Safari
Salisbury head coach Jim Berkman had only seen his son coach one time since Kylor started his stint at Aurora. He got his second chance on Wednesday after a long, long trip.