Delaware St. Hornets

Team Schedule

Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Streak Home Away Neutral
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 - 0-0 0-0 0-0

Date Opponent Result Time/Status Links
Feb. 13 at Presbyterian 4:00 PM
Feb. 17 at Bucknell 5:00 PM
Feb. 20 St. Bonaventure 10:00 AM
Feb. 27 Radford 1:00 PM
Mar. 3 at Howard 4:00 PM
Washington, D.C.
Mar. 11 at Central Mich. 6:00 PM
Mount Pleasant, Mich.
Mar. 13 at Detroit 11:00 AM
Detroit, Mich.
Mar. 20 St. Francis (Pa.) 1:00 PM
Mar. 26 Wagner 2:00 PM
Mar. 29 at LIU Brooklyn 4:00 PM
Apr. 1 at Robert Morris 5:00 PM

All times Eastern



Standings

Independent

Delaware St.Johns Hopkins
Team Conf All GF GA
Delaware St. 0-0 0-0 0 0
Johns Hopkins 0-0 0-0 0 0


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February 9, 2016
LM Preseason All-Americans: Division I Women
Thirteen players, including North Carolina's Maggie Bill, made the cut for Lacrosse Magazine's preseason best bets from All-American honors come May.

February 9, 2016
Cummings is Nike/LM D-I Women's Preseason Player of Year
Maryland senior Taylor Cummings has a chance to become the first-ever three-time Tewaaraton winner, but it's never been about the awards. For "one last ride," she will lead with a team-first mantra.

February 8, 2016
Highlights: Northwestern at Duke (NCAA Women)
The fifth-ranked Wildcats opened the 2016 campaign with an 11-8 win over No. 12 Duke on Sunday.

February 8, 2016
Photo Gallery: Duke vs. Northwestern (Division I Women)
No. 5 Northwestern outlasted No. 12 Duke, 11-8, in an early-season showdown. Photos by Lance King.

February 7, 2016
Northwestern's Lasota, Weisse Shine in Opener
Selena Lasota scored five goals and goalie Mallory Weisse — named the starter only late last week — kept Duke at bay in the Wildcats' season-opening 11-8 win Sunday in Durham.

February 6, 2016
Video: Stony Brook Coach Joe Spallina Mic'd Up
Stony Brook head women's lacrosse coach Joe Spallina was mic'd up for a recent practice.

February 6, 2016
Stevens Shines as Florida Overwhelms Loyola
Mollie Stevens had a career-high five goals as No. 10 Florida easily cruised past No. 17 Loyola 15-6 in both team's season opening game.

February 6, 2016
UNC Downs JMU in Hendrick's Return from Injury
Molly Hendrick had four goals in her first game back since tearing her ACL last season to lead No. 2 North Carolina past No. 19 JMU 11-7.

February 5, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 1 Maryland (Women)
As Taylor Cummings could become the first-ever three-time Tewaaraton finalist, the Terps hope to defend its NCAA crown en route to a three-peat.

February 4, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 2 North Carolina (Women)
Appearing in two of the past three NCAA championship games — both against Maryland — has transformed the Tar Heels into a powerhouse of their own.

February 4, 2016
Gear Up: Enter to Win a Brine Dynasty Elite II
Recently released Dynasty Elite II head for women!

February 4, 2016
Your Edge: Stickwork Drills with USC's Lindsey Munday
University of Southern California head coach and former Team USA captain Lindsey Munday shares some of her favorite stickwork drills that she uses with the Trojans.

February 3, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 3 Syracuse (Women)
Syracuse lost eight games last year, but playing the nation's toughest schedule for the second year in a row helped prepare the Orange for a strong run in the postseason. The Orange will look to replicate that success in 2016.

February 2, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 4 Stony Brook (Women)
Stony Brook's storybook season ended in the second round against Princeton last year. The Seawolves have plenty of firepower back as they look to move past that disappointing finish.

February 1, 2016
Maryland Tops IWLCA Division I Coaches Preseason Poll
Defending NCAA Division I women's lacrosse champion Maryland is the top-ranked team in the IWLCA Division I Coaches Preseason Poll that was released Monday. Adelphi and Cortland were also named No. 1 in Division II and III, respectively.

February 1, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 5 Northwestern (Women)
Northwestern's 10-year streak of advancing to the final four was snapped in 2015. Can the Wildcats make a comeback with a confident gold medalist in Selena Lasota, who now has a much stronger supporting cast?

February 1, 2016
Wofford Names Ceri Miller Inaugural Head Coach

January 29, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 6 Penn State (Women)
Penn State has been on a steady climb since Missy Doherty's arrival as head coach. Can the Nittany Lions continue the trend towards becoming a legitimate national title contender?

January 28, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 7 Notre Dame (Women)
The Irish have real NCAA championship aspirations with a deep roster, including Tewaaraton finalist Barbara Sullivan, offensive standout Cortney Fortunato and U.S. silver medalist goalie Samantha Giacolone.

January 27, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 8 Boston College (Women)
The Eagles put together a banner year in 2015 behind some promises delivered by one-time prized recruits. Can BC keep it going this year?

January 26, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 9 Princeton (Women)
After advancing one step further in the NCAA tournament in each of the last three years — and with Olivia Hompe leading the way — the Tigers could be primed for a return to Memorial Day weekend.

January 26, 2016
Inside the February Edition of Lacrosse Magazine
A year after Denver upheld its preseason No. 1 ranking, we're looking west(ish) again at Notre Dame, whose Big Three of Matt Kavanagh, Sergio Perkovic and Matt Landis grace the cover of this special NCAA preview edition.

January 25, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 10 Florida (Women)
Mollie Stevens plays for Team USA and Florida has a dynamic freshman class, but will have to rebuild following the departure of star Shannon Gilroy.

January 22, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 11 Virginia (Women)
Is Kasey Behr the latest great in Charlottesville? Behr did a little bit of everything as a freshman and will be asked to do a lot more for a rebuilding Virginia team in 2016.

January 22, 2016
Tewaaraton Announces Spirit and Legends Winners
The Tewaaraton Foundation named Tina Sloan Green as the Spirit of Tewaaraton recipient and former Penn State star Candace Finn Rocha and former Maryland star Frank Urso as the Legends recipients.

January 22, 2016
Snowy USL Convention Opens in Baltimore
The first snowflakes began falling a little before four in the afternoon, but that did little to dampen the enthusiasm of lacrosse participants that were able to make it to the opening of the 2016 US Lacrosse National Convention.

January 21, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 12 Duke (Women)
Duke has reached the NCAA quarterfinals 11 straight years. This isn’t the first time they’ve suffered heavy graduation losses, so expect the Blue Devils to remain among the nation’s elite.

January 20, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 13 Johns Hopkins (Women)
The Blue Jays are coming off an impressive season as an independent with wins over Duke and Stony Brook, but they want to advance past the first round of the NCAA tournament in 2016.

January 19, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 14 Louisville (Women)
Draw specialist Kaylin Morissette, Louisville's lone All-American from 2015, returns with more support as the Cards strive to play stronger in the ACC and go deeper in the NCAA tournament.

January 18, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 15 Stanford (Women)
With Lucy Dikeou as the centerpiece and hopefully a healthy Kelsey Murray back at full strength, the Cardinal could buck a recent trend of one-and-done NCAA tournament appearances.

January 16, 2016
Lifestyles: Meet the Stick Doctor
Lyle Tomlinson, a volunteer assistant coach for San Diego State, once strung sticks for the top college and professional players nationwide. He created the widely used “Pocket 34” and “Double Bag.”

January 15, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 16 Penn (Women)
The Quakers are a favorite once again to finish at or near the top of the Ivy League come the end of the season. But for the first time in a while, they have a question mark in goal.

January 14, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 17 Loyola (Women)
Goalie Molly Wolf and defender Maddy Lesher will lead from behind a Greyhounds team that should again dominate the Patriot League and could again get hot at the right time.

January 14, 2016
U.S. Women's Team Names Foreign Tour Roster
US Lacrosse has named 24 players to participate with the U.S. Women’s National Team on a foreign tour to England this summer. The U.S. team will travel to Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, England from June 28 to July 4 and is expected to play games against England, Scotland and Wales.

January 14, 2016
Video: Cummings, Whittle 'Drive' for Three-Peat
Follow Maryland women's lacrosse senior Taylor Cummings and sophomore Megan Whittle during the fall as they train for a third consecutive NCAA title in "Drive," presented by Under Armour.

January 13, 2016
Eighth-Grader Commits, Brings Recruiting Proposals to Light
Florida Select attacker Caitlyn Wurzburger, an eighth-grader at American Heritage School in Delray Beach, Fla., has verbally committed to Syracuse — the earliest such commitment ever reported.

January 13, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 18 Ohio State (Women)
Ohio State registered the biggest upset in the country last year, but a strong senior class graduated. What do the Buckeyes have up their sleeves in 2016?

January 12, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 19 James Madison (Women)
The reigning CAA champion returns with a chip on its shoulder and the firepower to bounce back to the NCAA tournament.

January 12, 2016
Highlights: U.S. Women vs. Florida, Syracuse
The U.S. women's national defeated Florida 19-8 and Syracuse 20-8 in a pair of split-squad exhibition games Jan. 9-10 at the Team USA Spring Premiere in Bradenton, Fla.

January 11, 2016
Nike/LM NCAA Preview: No. 20 USC (Women)
With virtually every player returning from a team that upset James Madison in the first round, including USC's first All-American Michaela Michael, what's in store for year four?

January 10, 2016
Photo Gallery: U.S. Women vs. Syracuse at Spring Premiere
In the last game before its European summer tour, the U.S. closed the first half on a six-goal run en route to a 19-8 win over Syracuse at IMG Academy. Photos by Scott McCall.

January 10, 2016
U.S. Women Down Syracuse Before Final Cuts
The U.S. women's team fell behind early, but rallied to beat Syracuse 20-8 at the Team USA Spring Premiere in the team's final competition before a roster cutdown for a foreign tour this summer.

January 9, 2016
Photo Gallery: U.S. Women vs. Florida at Spring Premiere
Team USA broke open a 5-5 game with a dominant second half, defeating the Gators 22-6 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Photos by Scott McCall.

January 7, 2016
Team USA Spring Premiere Games to be Streamed
All four games from the Team USA Spring Premiere at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., this weekend will be streamed on www.uslacrosse.org. The U.S. women's team plays Florida and Syracuse on Saturday and on Sunday, the U.S. men's team plays Denver and the U.S. U19 men's team plays Canada.

January 4, 2016
Nike/LM 2016 Division I Women's Preseason Top 20
Maryland, North Carolina and Syracuse are the top three entering 2016, but can anyone bet against a two-time reigning NCAA champion that still has a two-time Tewaaraton winner on its roster?

December 31, 2015
Best of Lacrosse 2015 Winners and Fan Picks
You voted. We debated. The results are in. Lacrosse Magazine presents the best players, coaches and moments of the year in lacrosse.

December 31, 2015
January Cover Story: Rise of the Women of Troy
With world-class coaches attracting world-class talent, USC is out to prove its breakthrough season was not a fluke, but rather the beginning of something bigger.

December 30, 2015
Patriot League Preview: Navy Capable of Overtaking Loyola
Loyola hasn't lost a Patriot League game since joining the conference two years ago, but Navy has the horses to overtake the champs.

December 28, 2015
NEC Women's Preview: Can Bryant Hold Off Challengers?
Bryant has won the last two Northeast Conference championships, but can the Bulldogs hold off some serious challenges? It's shaping up for a wild season in the NEC.

December 28, 2015
Video: USC All-Access | Rise of the Women of Troy
USC turned an unexpected bid to the NCAA tournament into a first round victory in just the program's third season. A look at the "Rise of the Women of Troy."

December 24, 2015
MPSF Preview: Stanford and USC Battle at the Top
Preseason favorites are the 2015 NCAA tournament teams Stanford and USC, but with USC's breakout season in just its third year as a program, can the Cardinal hold them off?

December 23, 2015
MAAC Snapshot: Renewing Hostilities?
Canisius and Fairfield were neck-and-neck last year, with the Griffins taking the regular season crown, but the Stags edging for the tournament bid. It looks like more of the same for 2016.

December 22, 2015
CBS Sports Network to Air 11 Patriot League Games
CBS Sports Network will air 11 Patriot League games (10 men, 1 women) in 2016, marking the largest television package ever for the league. The schedule begins with Duke at Loyola on March 12.

December 21, 2015
Ivy League Preview: Tigers Look to Repeat as Champs
Princeton won both the regular season and tournament title outright in 2015. Losing only two starters, the Tigers could do it again this spring.

December 21, 2015
Inside the January Edition of Lacrosse Magazine
The USC women's lacrosse team is living up to the hype. Lacrosse Magazine got an all-access pass in L.A. to know more about the Women of Troy, anchoring our West Coast-themed edition.

December 17, 2015
CAA Preview: JMU Expected to Rebound from NCAA Loss
Despite Hofstra being the regular season champion, James Madison won its ninth CAA title and then lost unexpectedly to third-year program USC in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Can they replace their graduating starters and rebound in 2016?

December 16, 2015
US Lacrosse Urges NCAA to Reform Recruiting
US Lacrosse today endorsed recent actions by the collegiate men’s and women’s lacrosse coaches associations and urged the NCAA to adopt legislative proposals that restrict the recruiting calendar, inclusive of all communication between a coach and prospect, to after Sept. 1 of a prospect’s junior year of high school.

December 15, 2015
Big Ten Preview: Maryland's No. 1 Until Proven Otherwise
The Terps may have lost seven starters, which is "definitely going to hurt us," said senior Taylor Cummings, but can you bet against a team that has a two-time Tewaaraton winner?

December 11, 2015
Big South Conference Snapshot: Crowded at the Top
High Point owned the Big South's first two seasons, but Winthrop took the crown in 2015. Liberty and Coastal Carolina made huge strides. Who will come out on top in the rapidly-expanding southern wing of DI women's lacrosse?

December 11, 2015
Keelan Joins Sun Devil Women's Lacrosse as Assistant
Assistant Meghan Keelan will join Arizona State head coach Courtney Martinez Connor for its inaugural Pac-12 season in 2017-18.

December 10, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Performance of 2015
Whittle was instrumental in Maryland's second half comeback in the NCAA championship, Treanor led Syracuse to its first ACC title, and more. Who had the best women's performance of 2015? Vote now.

December 10, 2015
Big East Preview: Can Florida Stay No. 1 Without Gilroy?
Two-time Tewaaraton finalist Shannon Gilroy graduated, leaving a huge hole to fill of the Gators. Is she replaceable? Florida only graduates two starters, but time will tell if they can remain atop the Big East.

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 8, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Breakthrough of 2015
Dikeou makes Team USA after leading Stanford to an MPSF title, Lasota had a breakout freshman campaign for the Wildcats and then for Team Canada, Mannelly becomes Boston College's first Tewaaraton finalist and Michael becomes USC's first All-American.

December 8, 2015
College Men's Coaches Consider Recruiting Reforms
Three months after college women's lacrosse coaches submitted proposals to the NCAA to curb early recruiting, their men's counterparts will consider similar reforms at their annual meetings this weekend in Baltimore, The New York Times reported Tuesday.

December 8, 2015
Atlantic 10 Preview: Can Anyone Snap Massachusetts’ Hot Streak?
In the past five seasons, Massachusetts was crowned the A-10 regular season champion. In the past seven seasons, the Minutewomen have cruised through the conference tournament, earning NCAA tournament bids. Will that change?

December 7, 2015
ASun Conference Snapshot: Who Stops Jacksonville?
Jacksonville has owned the young Atlantic Sun conference, winning all three women's lacrosse championships. Can anyone stop the Dolphins from making it four straight?

December 3, 2015
America East Preview: It's Stony Brook's To Lose
Despite a disappointing end to the 2015 season, Stony Brook is coming off a truly storybook season. Can they repeat it? Can they top it? The Seawolves return every leader in every category, including Tewaaraton nominee Kylie Ohlmiller.

December 1, 2015
#BestofLax Finalists for Best Women's Player of 2015
Cummings became a back-to-back Tewaaraton winner, Lasota led Canada to its first-ever U19 world title, Treanor scored the game winner for Syracuse's first ACC title and Gilroy became Florida's all-time leader in goals and points.

November 30, 2015
ACC Preview: Carolina Women Look to Reign Supreme
North Carolina and Syracuse may battle for the top spot in the conference, but the Tar Heels reload just like reigning NCAA champion Maryland. North Carolina should hold strong atop the ACC.

November 25, 2015
Recruiting Proposals "To Save The Kids" Awaits NCAA Approval
The IWLCA is still awaiting word from the NCAA on two ground-shaking proposals to stem the trend toward early recruiting.

November 11, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine 2015 Person of the Year Finalists
Who should be Lacrosse Magazine's 2015 Person of the Year? As we prepare to announce our selection Monday, here's one last look at the finalists.

November 11, 2015
Quadruplets Make Mark on National Signing Day
For possibly the first time ever, a set of quadruplets all signed with Division I lacrosse programs Wednesday, plus other highlights from NLI Signing Day.

November 7, 2015
Next-Level Thinking: Coaching Tips from the Pros
Lacrosse Magazine asked 12 Division I lacrosse coaches about the qualities that separate the good coaches from the great ones. With the 2016 season in sight, here are 10 tips to take with you to the sideline.

November 6, 2015
Sara Kuhlman Named Assistant Coach at Mercer

November 3, 2015
Colgate's Gorajek Gets New Lease on Lacrosse
What would you give up to keep playing lacrosse? Diagnosed with a rare blood clot, Colgate co-captain Lauren Gorajek chose to have her rib removed rather than give up the sport she once took for granted.

November 1, 2015
Recruiting 101: Coaches Want Well-Rounded Student-Athletes
Eight Division I coaches shared their top tips with Girls Lacrosse HQ to help young recruits reach the next level.

October 29, 2015
Hartford Adding Varsity Women's Lacrosse Team
Hartford, which already has a NCAA Division I men's lacrosse program, will be adding women's lacrosse beginning in 2017-18.

October 29, 2015
Maggie Vaughan Inducted into Hall of Fame
Two-time Team USA world champion, 1990 NCAA champion and two-time Harvard University All-American defender Maggie Vaughan joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 29, 2015
Sarah Nelson Inducted Into Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Two-time Team USA world champion and two-time Harvard University All-American midfielder Sarah Nelson joins the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

October 28, 2015
The Domino Effect of Arizona State Adding Women’s Lacrosse
When Arizona State adds women's lacrosse in 2018, the first season of Pac-12 lacrosse begins, leaving the MPSF one team short of an automatic qualifier to the NCAA tournament.

October 27, 2015
Tickets on Sale for Team USA Spring Premiere
Tickets are now on sale for the Team USA Spring Premiere, a four-game showcase featuring three U.S. national teams competing against top competition at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., from Jan. 9-10.

October 27, 2015
Gym Rats: Beginner Bodybuilder Michelle Rubino
Former Stony Brook midfielder Michelle Rubino is taking her talents to the bodybuilding stage, where she has already qualified for a national tournament next month.

October 27, 2015
Photos: Maryland, Loyola, Penn, Denver (Women's Fall Ball)
Maryland, Loyola, Penn and Denver met for a fall ball event over the weekend at the Greyhounds' Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 27, 2015
Video: Geppi-Aikens' Legacy Lives On in Hall of Fame
Diane Geppi-Aikens, three-time national coach of the year at Loyola University Maryland, was posthumously inducted to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2015.

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 26, 2015
Photo Gallery: Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Nine legends — Jake Curran, Diane Geppi-Aikens, Julie Hull Elicker, Dom Fin, Bob Hartranft, Charlie Lockwood, Sarah Nelson, Maggie Vaughan and Brian Voelker — were enshrined Saturday into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, with 350

October 25, 2015
Geppi-Aikens, Hull Elicker, Nelson and Vaughan Enshrined
The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame formally welcomed four new women’s members Saturday evening at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md.

October 24, 2015
Atlantic Sun Adds Coastal Carolina as Lacrosse Affiliate

October 24, 2015
The Warrior Ethos
With more women moving toward combat and special forces, Army will look toward its new lacrosse team for the next wave of leaders.

October 23, 2015
Q&A with Arizona State Athletic Director Ray Anderson
After Arizona State announced the addition of women's lacrosse on Tuesday and the Pac-12 ratified the sport Thursday, Anderson talks with Lacrosse Magazine about how they've helped make Pac-12 lacrosse possible.

October 23, 2015
HOF: How Diane Geppi-Aikens' Spirit Lives On
More than a decade after her death, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee Diane Geppi-Aikens' legacy is very much alive.

October 21, 2015
Butler Adds Women's Lacrosse for 2017 Season
Chalk up another new Division I women's program. Butler announced it will add a team for the 2016-17 academic year.

October 21, 2015
Gym Rats: Using George Mason's Play Place
George Mason sophomore midfielder Kristin Morgan shows you around the Patriots' play place, the brainchild of the school's creative strength and conditioning coach.

October 20, 2015
Arizona State Makes it Official: Women's Lax Coming
As discussed in recent months, Arizona State is adding women's lacrosse to its varsity lineup. Arizona State will become the sixth Pac-12 women's lacrosse school.

October 20, 2015
Bellarmine Considering Varsity Women's Lacrosse
Bellarmine University, which already has a NCAA Division I varsity men's lacrosse program, is considering adding women's lacrosse according to a report from The Courier-Journal.

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 19, 2015
Inside the November Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
Every once in a while a game changer comes around. We've got two in this issue. The Hampton men, who grace the cover, and Army women, who are featured inside, will blaze a path this spring.

October 19, 2015
Photos: Maryland, Stanford, Elon Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
Two-time defending champion Maryland scrimmaged Stanford and Elon on Sunday in College Park, Md. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 15, 2015
30 in 30: Is Spallina's Next Act Stony Brook's Next Step?
After coaching Stony Brook to 18 wins, the Lizards to MLL's Steinfeld Cup and his son's youth team to a nationally televised championship, what can Joe Spallina do in 2016 to top it all?

October 15, 2015
Photo Gallery: UNC at Hopkins (Women's Fall Ball)
Two shades of blue and two expected NCAA tournament contenders clashed over the weekend in Baltimore. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 13, 2015
30 in 30: UNC Reloads As Maryland’s No. 1 Contender
Since Maryland returned to dynasty mode, no team has more consistently threatened to overthrow the Terps as much as North Carolina. Can UNC keep the Terps away from a three-peat?

October 12, 2015
Gone Gator: Florida Learns to Play Without Gilroy
One Gator graduated to the U.S. ranks. Can Florida replace her? Plus, fall ball notes on Louisville, Navy and Penn State.

October 11, 2015
Photo Gallery: Navy Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
Navy kicked off a big weekend of women's lacrosse in Annapolis on Saturday, hosting Delaware, Harvard, Hofstra, James Madison, Louisville, San Diego State, Saint Joseph’s, Stetson and Vanderbilt. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 10, 2015
30 in 30: Who's Due For a Breakthrough in 2016?
We know who the top returning players and teams are, but who else is ready to break into that conversation in 2016?

October 8, 2015
30 in 30: Key Transfer Bolsters Lasota's Encore
Selena Lasota won’t catch anyone by surprise as a sophomore, especially not after leading Canada’s U19 team to a gold medal in Scotland. Team BC and Canada teammate Danita Stroup now joins her at Northwestern. Can the duo carry the Wildcats back to the final four?

October 7, 2015
30 in 30: College Teams Use Fall Ball to Give Back
Long a staple of the fall lacrosse calendar, charity events have become a key aspect of many teams' schedules, giving back to a variety of causes.

October 7, 2015
Photo Gallery: Johns Hopkins Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
Lehigh, Rutgers, Towson and Louisville visited Johns Hopkins on Sunday for fall ball action at Homewood Field. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 6, 2015
Harlem Lacrosse Program Flourishing in Fifth Year
Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership wants to turn the concrete jungle into a lacrosse hotbed. Recent momentum suggests the non-profit organization is well on its way to that goal.

October 6, 2015
Photo Gallery: Maryland Play Day (Women's Fall Ball)
The Terps' quest for a three-peat started Saturday, as the two-time defending NCAA champs hosted Notre Dame and Penn State in a series of scrimmages at College Park. Photos by John Strohsacker.

October 4, 2015
Fall Ball Notes: Maryland's First Play Day
The two-time reigning champion kicked off its fall ball slate scrimmaging Notre Dame and Penn State and as expected, practicing the new rules was the main focus.

October 1, 2015
30 in 30: New NCAA Women's Rules at Play in 2016
With all the excitement surrounding the shot clock, it doesn't go into effect until 2017 for DI and 2018 for DII and DIII. But there are more than 10 new rule changes that affect the 2016 season. Clarifications are made and coaches give their feedback.

October 1, 2015
Report: Arizona State to Add Women's Lacrosse
A report in Arizona State's student newspaper, The State Press, says the school is likely to add women's lacrosse as a varsity sport as soon as the 2016-17 school year.

September 30, 2015
30 in 30: Army Preps for Inaugural Season Under Waagbo
With more women moving toward combat and special forces, Army will look toward its new lacrosse team for the next wave of leaders. Kristen Waagbo's squad will approach the 2016 season as a learning process.

September 30, 2015
Give and Go: Loyola Coach, Aussie Star Jen Adams
The greatest player in women's lacrosse history crushes pre-game jitters with virtual candy.

September 29, 2015
30 in 30: Geppi-Aikens' Legacy Lives On Through Tucker
Hopkins coach Janine Tucker remains true to the promises to help grow the game that she made to her friend and mentor Diane Geppi-Aikens. Tucker now mentors scholastic and college coaches across all divisions.

September 29, 2015
Burek Joins Cornell Women's Lacrosse As Assistant
The Cornell women’s lacrosse team has hired Rachael Burek as an assistant coach, head coach Jenny Graap announced Thursday.

September 28, 2015
College Coaches Lobby to Stem Early Recruiting
The IWLCA has submitted two bold proposals that could drastically alter the recruiting landscape. But will the NCAA go against the grain to enact them? Justin Feil reports on the complexities at hand.

September 24, 2015
30 in 30: Rowan Brings Winning Pedigree to Wagner
Rookie coach Katie Rowan inherits a Wagner team that features one of the nation's most disruptive midfielders and was on the doorstep of the NCAA tournament. Look out for the Seahawks.

September 23, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Selena Lasota
Just three years after playing field women’s lacrosse for the first time, she exploded into the NCAA ranks with style at Northwestern. And that was just the start. This summer, she led Canada to a stunning upset of the U.S. in the FIL U19 World Championship.

September 21, 2015
30 in 30: USC's Northwestern-Like Trajectory
With Wildcat legend Lindsey Munday leading the way, the Trojans are on a similar course as when Northwestern restarted its program in 2002. It’s not to say the Trojans will win the NCAA title in year four, but who’s to say they can’t?

September 20, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: Case for the Shot Clock
OK, it's not a "person," exactly. But our personification of the shot clock comes in the wake of a landmark decision for women's lacrosse, which beat men's lacrosse to the long-discussed pace-of-play solution.

September 20, 2015
Photos: Delaware at Hopkins (D-I Women's Fall Ball)
The Blue Hens, looking to build on a breakthrough season in which they broke into the IWLCA Top 20 for the first time since 2007, took on the new Big Ten Blue Jays in a fall ball battle of the bluebirds Sunday at Homewood Field. Photos by John Strohsacker.

September 19, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Jim Delany
The inaugural Big Ten men’s and women’s lacrosse season brought the exposure that the lacrosse community had hoped it would. The bonus was the more than token support from influential Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany.

September 18, 2015
IWLCA Submits Two Recruiting Legislative Proposals to NCAA
The IWLCA proposals revises the DI women’s lacrosse recruiting calendar and standardizes the initial date for all communication with prospective student-­athletes and their families.

September 18, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Joe Spallina
No one has as many irons in the fire as Spallina, whose influence spans youth, college women’s and professional lacrosse. He has been wildly successful at all three levels, making him one of the biggest influencers in the game today.

September 17, 2015
Wofford To Add Women's Lacrosse, Join Atlantic Sun
Wofford College director of athletics Richard Johnson announced on Thursday that the school will introduce women's lacrosse as a varsity sport beginning in the 2017-18 school year.

September 16, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Cathy Reese
Often overlooked because of Maryland's women's lacrosse pedigree, coach Cathy Reese deserves more than a token nod for her accomplishments — and the manner in which she has accomplished them.

September 15, 2015
30 in 30: Kay Train's Last Stop
Arguably the best attacker in the women's college game today, Kayla Treanor enters her senior season at Syracuse after joining forces with Halle Majorana behind the cage. Plus, Treanor's career has been on a similar trajectory to that of Maryland's Taylor Cummings.

September 13, 2015
4.0 and Go: Serious Students, Serious Athletes
LM got a glimpse at a week in the lives of Bucknell's Mike Schiappa and Navy's Kelsey O'Brien, big-time college lacrosse players with big-time academic ambition. How do they pull it off?

September 12, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for the Canadians
No matter where you look, they're winning. Our neighbors to the north had a banner year, and could add to their bounty as the favorite at the upcoming world indoor championship. Person of the Year material? You tell us.

September 12, 2015
Your Edge: Pick-and-Roll with BC's Sarah Mannelly
Learn how Tewaaraton Award finalist Sarah Mannelly became the unsung hero of the powerful Boston College offense.

September 11, 2015
LM Person of Year Debate: The Case for Cummings
Lacrosse Magazine's Person of the Year conversation is down to 13 finalists, starting with Maryland superstar and two-time Tewaaraton winner Taylor Cummings.

September 10, 2015
30 in 30: New Digs and New Gigs
Lacrosse Magazine recaps a busy offseason of player transfers and coaching moves — who to watch this fall and how they could influence the college lacrosse landscape next spring.

September 7, 2015
30 in 30: Who are the Way Early Tewaaraton Candidates?
To kick off our 30 in 30 fall ball series, let's take a look at the top female candidates for the Tewaaraton Award. Could Maryland midfielder Taylor Cummings become the first three-time recipient?

September 4, 2015
Columbia Tabs Cofrin as New Head Coach

September 4, 2015
The Time Has Come for Women's Lacrosse
On May 21, ASTM approved a headgear standard. On July 16, the NCAA approved a 90-second shot clock. In 56 days, women's lacrosse changed forever.

September 3, 2015
Maurer Named Mount St. Mary’s Women’s Lacrosse Assistant
Kerrin Maurer, Duke's all-time career assists leader and two-time All-American, will join the Schwarzmann sisters at Mount St. Mary's University as an assistant.

September 2, 2015
Season to Open with Team USA Spring Premiere
The 2016 lacrosse season will open in grand style with three U.S. national teams squads competing against top competition in the inaugural Team USA Spring Premiere. The event will take place on the weekend of Jan. 8-10, 2016 at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

September 1, 2015
Freshmen 15: Women's Lacrosse Difference Makers
Fortunes rise and fall with each year's influx of difference-making players. Who is ready to take over in women's lacrosse as they hit campus for the first time?

September 1, 2015
Monmouth Names Eileen Ghent Head Women's Lacrosse Coach
Eileen Ghent takes over for Denise Wescott, who announced her departure to take a different position in July after six seasons in West Long Branch.

August 28, 2015
Team USA Defender Sloane Serpe Joins Yale's Coaching Staff
Sloane Serpe, an All-American defender who helped North Carolina win the 2013 NCAA Championship, has joined Erica LaGrow's coaching staff as an assistant coach.

August 27, 2015
Tumolo Returns to Syracuse Sideline as Assistant
Tewaaraton Award finalist Michelle Tumolo '13 has returned to her alma mater to join head women's lacrosse coach Gary Gait's coaching staff.

August 25, 2015
Hofstra Promotes Mollot to Associate Head Coach

August 12, 2015
UC Davis Names Ladouceur Head Coach
Former Syracuse player and Albany assistant coach Theresa Ladouceur has been named the fourth head coach in UC Davis program history, the school announced Wednesday.

August 11, 2015
Alyssa Murray Joins Yale Women's Coaching Staff

August 11, 2015
Wagner's Rowan Finalizes Coaching Staff

August 6, 2015
Hofstra Adds UNC Transfer Lindsay Scott
Attacker Lindsay Scott graduated from UNC with a degree in exercise and sport science in 2015. She will have one year of eligibility remaining and will suit up for the Pride in the 2016 season.