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Latest Lacrosse Items
Two straight NCAA men's lacrosse championships. Three in the last five years. Eight straight trips to the Final Four, half of which ended in an appearance in the title game.
It seems like the NCAA can't hold a Final Four in men's lacrosse lately without Duke.
Three days after the men's lacrosse national champion is crowned on Memorial Day, Miles and Lyle Thompson of the Albany Great Danes will make their way to the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian for a special announcement.
Bryant University's upset win over second-seeded Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament is a sweet victory for its coach, who has spent the past eight years building the program after he was fired as coach at Duke amid false rape allegations against three players.
His long ponytail glistening in the drizzle of a raw night, Miles Thompson struggles to find room to shoot.
It was a convincing win on Sunday on the one-year anniversary of a tragic day for the Seton Hill University women's lacrosse team.
When you meet Connor McKemey, you can't help but notice the pink and white blotches covering much of his face, the telltale scars of a burn victim.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) — The Southern Conference and the Atlantic Sun Conference are teaming up for men's and women's lacrosse leagues.
Two, sometimes three evenings a week, just down the block from my home, the sounds of intermittently blown whistles pierce the air, followed by either cheering or booing for the littlest of the little ones playing football.