Lambert, Moran Begin Road to Recovery After AccidentDue to a moped accident July 30 on Martha's Vineyard, UMass-Lowell rising sophomores Noelle Lambert, whose left leg was amputated above the knee, and Kelly Moran, who suffered lacerations and torn ligaments, begin their road to recovery.
Danielle Spencer Named New Dartmouth CoachDanielle Spencer, a three-time national champion at Northwestern who spent the past four seasons as an assistant at her alma mater, has been named as the new head coach at Dartmouth.
Hartford Tabs Decker to Build Women's Lax TeamWith Hartford set to start women's lacrosse in 2017-18, the university hired its first head coach Tuesday, selecting former Navy/Loyola standout and Virginia Commonwealth assistant Meg Decker.
ACC Network to Launch in 2019ESPN and the ACC announced the launch of the ACC Network, which will begin in 2019 with over 450 live events across the 27 sponsored sports.
Year of UNC: Beyond BeliefNorth Carolina's season-long search for its identity ended with a bold upheaval of Maryland's dynasty. Relive the Tar Heels' season and exciting ending in the 2016 NCAA championship.
Early Recruiting Legislation Forges ForwardThe NCAA Division I Council has voted to support the early recruiting legislation proposed by college lacrosse coaches, a major milestone in the effort to curb a troubling trend.
Dartmouth Coach Resigns Amid Reports of MisconductLongtime Dartmouth women's lacrosse coach Amy Patton has resigned after the university determined she had "engaged in conduct inconsistent with the standards of Dartmouth Athletics," the school announced Friday.
Q&A with New Johns Hopkins AD ShanahanFormer Penn Deputy Director of Athletics Alanna Shanahan becomes just the fourth Director of Athletics and Recreation at Johns Hopkins since 1950 and is the first woman in the position.
Inside the July/August Edition of Lacrosse MagazineNorth Carolina's Zach Powers (77), Brian Balkam, Devin Markison and Molly Hendrick (23) grace the cover after the men's and women's lacrosse teams sweep NCAA titles. Scope out the latest issue of Lacrosse Magazine.
Tryout Candidates Named for U.S. Women' s TeamUS Lacrosse has named 105 players that have been selected to try out for the 2017 U.S. Women’s National Team. Tryouts will be held from Aug. 5-7 at the national team training center at US Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md.
Cummings, Treanor Renew Friendly Rivalry in UWLXThe friendly rivals last met only two weeks earlier when Taylor Cummings' Maryland team beat Kayla Treanor's Syracuse squad in the NCAA tournament semifinals. Now, they are writing a new chapter in their careers with the UWLX.
Rules Committee Recommends Three Seconds to be Major FoulDue to unintended consequences, the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Rules Committee, chaired by Virginia coach Julie Myers, recommended three-second violations return to being major fouls for 2017. Plus, it recommends a free position experimental rule.
Straight Up: 2016 in ReviewIn this season's new LaxMagazine.com series, Brian Schneider and Sheehan Stanwick Burch take a look back on the best and the worst of the 2016 season.
UNC's Markison Makes Her Mark in NCAA FinalThe biggest moment in North Carolina's 13-7 dethroning of Maryland in the NCAA championship game? You probably missed it. Devin Markison's family and teammates certainly did not.
Early Look: DI Women Top 20 for 2017Can Maryland bounce back from graduating three-time Tewaaraton winner Taylor Cummings? How will Syracuse recover from losing eight starters? Should 2017 be the year of the Seawolves?
Cummings, Molloy Earn Tewaaraton Awards for '16Maryland's Taylor Cummings made history as the first-ever three-time winner of the Tewaaraton Award, while Brown's Dylan Molloy captured the men's award after leading the Bears to the NCAA semifinals for the first time in a generation.