Monroe (N.Y.) Community College capped a perfect season by defeating Onondaga CC 11-8 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Women's Lacrosse Championship, running its winning streak to 35 games. Photos by Brian Schneider.[read more]
The NJCAA's goals and assists leaders from a year ago are both returning in 2014, while everybody is gunning to knock off Monroe. Who is your choice to be the tops in the JUCO ranks this spring?[read more]
Rabil Unfiltered: Q&A with LM's Person of the YearWhen Paul Rabil first became a professional lacrosse player, an agent told him he had a three-year window to capitalize on his talent with endorsements. Then he'd be history. Seven years later, Rabil's popularity continues to soar to heights previously unseen in his sport.
Lacrosse: The Fastest-Growing NCAA Sport with Top Grad RatesGrowth across men’s and women’s lacrosse across all NCAA divisions notably outpaced all other sports from 2000-2014 and the sport's graduation success rate is in the top five across all sports for both DI men's and women's lacrosse players.
From the Editor: Thinking Inside the BoxLM's Matt DaSilva, a notoriously late adopter, has finally come around to recognizing the appeal of box lacrosse. Perfect timing on the eve of the National Lacrosse League season.
Maggie Vaughan Inducted into Hall of FameTwo-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.