April 17, 2015
Patriot League Playoffs Set After Wild Friday Night
It’s only April 17, but it sure felt like May Madness had arrived Friday. An unpredictable Patriot League men’s lacrosse season ended with a flurry of results. Resurgent Lehigh clinched the sixth and final playoff spot.

April 17, 2015
Carolina Clinches ACC's Top Seed with Win at Duke
North Carolina might be without Molly Hendrick and Brittney Coppa, but a healthy Aly Messinger and Sammy Jo Tracy go a long way, as Duke learned Friday.

April 17, 2015
NCAA Notes: Short Sticks Go a Long Way for Yale
It's time to stop sleeping on Yale, which again has a tremendous defense reinvigorated by short-stick midfielders like Harry Kucharczyk and James Tjarksen.

April 17, 2015
McAnaney: Start-up Programs' Growing Pains, Gains
Richmond coach Dan Chemotti, Marquette's Joe Amplo and Monmouth's Brian Fisher share insight on building a Division I program from the ground up. Eamon McAnaney examines recent start-up varsity teams.

April 17, 2015
WD3 Notebook: Sweet Briar Rides Emotional Roller Coaster
The Sweet Briar Vixens are playing this season as if it's their last, plus who will take the lead in the NESCAC and Centennial Conference?

April 17, 2015
Weekend Preview: Conference Battles Continue
Teams are jockeying for conference position and seeding, and NCAA tournament considerations as well, as the lacrosse calendar enters the second half of April. We preview the weekend's top games.

April 16, 2015
Two Late Goals Lift Northwestern Over Notre Dame
Northwestern scored two goals in the final five minutes and Bridget Bianco made a save with 41 seconds remaining to preserve a 10-9 victory over Notre Dame.

April 16, 2015
Your Edge: Fish for Quick Sticks
How Virginia's All-American Courtney Swan baits defenders to find the back of the net. It starts with what she likes to call the ponytail rule.

April 16, 2015
Prove People Wrong: Is Stony Brook Final Four Bound?
All season long, the Seawolves have been guided by the mantra PPW (Prove People Wrong). After topping Northwestern, they believe they can advance further than years past in the NCAA tournament.

April 16, 2015
Midweek Notes: Bates Loss Readjusts Tufts
The Jumbos are giving all the credit to the Bobcats, but last week's loss combined with Cole Bailey's return has Tufts back where it needs to be. Plus, Emmanuel back in front, Capital rising and Gene Peluso hits milestone.

April 16, 2015
NLL Weekend: Rochester Aiming for First Place Overall
Neil Stevens previews the National Lacrosse League weekend slate. The Knighthawks are looking to pull away from the field.

April 16, 2015
No. 1 Maryland Routs No. 15 Johns Hopkins
Brooke Griffin scored five goals as the Terps rolled over the Blue Jays.

April 15, 2015
Top-Ranked Trinity Dispatches No. 8 TCNJ
Martha Griffin factored in on nearly half of Trinity's goals as the Bantams breezed past the Lions, 15-8 on Wednesday evening.

April 15, 2015
Hompe's Trick Sends Princeton Past Penn
Olivia Hompe closed the first half with a goal and opened the second with two more, sparking No. 18 Princeton to a 9-7 triumph over Penn on Wednesday night.

April 15, 2015
Barrett Indispensible Between Pipes for Virginia
By standing up to withering fire at times, goalie Matt Barrett also has cemented his place as arguably Virginia’s most indispensable player in 2015.

April 15, 2015
NLL: Evans Not the Only MVP-Worthy Roughneck
Shawn Evans' record-setting season likely will earn him NLL MVP honors. But don't overlook Curtis Dickson, writes Neil Stevens.

April 15, 2015
WD1 Wednesday: Can the Blue Jays Fly into the Postseason?
After upsetting No. 5 Stony Brook this past week, Hopkins' chances to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament may be looking good. Plus, an inside look at the women's two-man game with assistant Steele Stanwick.

April 15, 2015
Report: Colorado State to Add Women's Lacrosse
Colorado State plans to add women's lacrosse to its lineup of NCAA Division I sports within the next five years, the Coloradoan reported Wednesday.

April 15, 2015
WCLA Notes: Bulldogs Earn Bid to Nationals
The University of Georgia topped Florida Club 14-9 in the SWLL championship to become the first team to earn their bid to the 2015 WCLA National Tournament.

April 15, 2015
MCLA Notes: RMLC Powers Looking Up at Westminster
After stumbling early, Westminster tore through Colorado and Colorado State and could lock up a share of the RMLC regular season title with a win Saturday over BYU.

April 14, 2015
Thompson Sets NCAA D-I Men's Career Points Record
Reigning Tewaaraton Award co-winner and All-World attackman Lyle Thompson put his name in the record book yet again, with a second-quarter assist against Bryant on Tuesday that moved him past Rob Pannell for the most points in NCAA Division I men's history.

April 14, 2015
Nike/LM National High School Boys' Top 25
St. Ignatius (Calif.) had a big eastern trip, earning a win over then-No. 2 Landon (Md.) to help vault it into the Top 10. Haverford (Pa.) keeps its hold on No. 1.

April 14, 2015
Nike/LM High School National Girls' Top 25
A second straight week of big jumps for Garden City (N.Y.) headlines the Nike/LM HS Girls' Top 25, but everyone's still playing second fiddle to No. 1 McDonogh (Md.)

April 14, 2015
Epoch/LM POTW: Michaela Michael and Dan Taylor
In big conference wins for Southern Cal and Lehigh, Michaela Michael and Dan Taylor led the way for their teams, earning Epoch/LM Player of the Week honors.

April 14, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Doesn't Get Much Better than Army-Navy
Close to 10,000 fans showed up in Annapolis and saw Navy end Army's six-game win streak in the rivalry series. It left a lasting impression.

April 13, 2015
McAnaney: Who's No. 2? Tar Heels or Terps?
Eamon McAnaney delves into this week's big rankings debate. After North Carolina became the second team to knock off Syracuse this season, should the Tar Heels be No. 2? Or the still solid Terps? He answers the question.

April 13, 2015
Nike/LM Division I Women's Top 20
Stony Brook may have suffered its first loss against Hopkins, but it is now long forgotten after earning a "landmark win" over Northwestern.

April 13, 2015
Nike/LM Division I Men's Top 20
North Carolina jumped to No. 2 in the rankings after a two-goal win over ACC foe Syracuse. Check out the rest of the Top 20, and who's hot and who's not.

April 13, 2015
Nike/LM Division III Men's Top 20
Thanks to Bates rampaging week through the NESCAC, there's a new No. 1 in the land. RIT takes a turn at the top spot with its pristine 13-0 record.

April 13, 2015
Nike/LM Division III Women's Top 20
Gettysburg and TCNJ both move up eight spots in this week's Top 20, rejoining the Top 10, while No. 1 Trinity and No. 2 Middlebury prep for a showdown in Hartford.

April 12, 2015
ICYMI: Burning Questions and Record Breakers
Where will Lyle Thompson go from here? Which NCAA title drought will end? Is Navy back? Matt DaSilva tackles these questions and more after another wild weekend of lacrosse.

April 12, 2015
Bruckner, Fowler Help Duke Dominate Virginia, 15-8
Sophmore Jack Bruckner had seven goals and redshirt freshman had 18 saves as Duke earned a ACC tournament bid by routing Virginia at home Sunday afternoon.

April 12, 2015
Pressler Finds His Truth in Loyalty to Bryant
Nine years after the Duke lacrosse false rape scandal nearly destroyed him, Mike Pressler is thriving at Bryant — the only school that threw him and his family a lifeline in their darkest days.

April 12, 2015
Red-Hot Lehigh Takes Down Stony Brook on Road
Lehigh captured its second straight Top 20 win on the week, taking down Stony Brook by a pair on Long Island Sunday.

April 12, 2015
Rambo's Last-Minute Goal Caps Maryland Comeback
Sophomore Matt Rambo capped a big second half for the No. 3 Terrapins, who came from behind for a 9-8 Big Ten win at Rutgers.

April 12, 2015
Stony Brook Upends Northwestern for Landmark Win
After opening with a 5-0 run, the No. 5 Seawolves cruised to a 11-9 victory over traditional powerhouse No. 6 Northwestern.

April 12, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Record-Setting Saturday
Lyle Thompson tied Rob Pannell, Kevin Massa set the face-off mark, and the playoff picture became clearer (or muddier) for many. What's in store as the weekend continues?

April 11, 2015
Lacrosse Broadcast Schedule - 2015
Where can you watch (or stream) lacrosse today? Check out our comprehensive schedule.

April 11, 2015
North Carolina Outlasts Syracuse in ACC Thriller
Joey Sankey became UNC's all-time leading scorer and the defense made some key late stops as the fourth-ranked Tar Heels held off No. 2 Syracuse, 17-15

April 11, 2015
Princeton Rallies Past Cornell, Unbeaten in Ivy
Faced with a three-goal second half deficit, Princeton ripped off five straight goals and hung on to beat Cornell, 13-11, and remain unbeaten in the Ivy League.

April 11, 2015
McAnaney: Duke-UVa Battle for ACC Spot, Pride
Is today's game in Durham "Must WIn" for either team's NCAA hopes? Probably not. But that doesn't mean either would be happy walking away 0-4 in ACC play.

April 11, 2015
Thompson Ties Pannell for NCAA Career Points Mark
A goal and six assists Saturday against Binghamton left Lyle Thompson tied for the all-time NCAA Division I men's points record with Rob Pannell. Thompson has his first chance to break it Tuesday against Bryant.

April 11, 2015
No. 10 Seton Hill Shocks No. 1 Lake Erie
The Griffins scored two goals in a 16-second span in the final minute of play, allowing Seton Hill to take control of the ECAC picture.

April 11, 2015
Gettysburg Wins Centennial Showdown With Ursinus
Paul Werner scored a pair of goals for No. 3 Gettysburg has the Bullets fought off No. 11 Ursinus in matchup atop the Centennial.

April 11, 2015
Navy Beats Army With Seven-Goal Second Half Run
The Midshipmen defeated rival Army 10-7, with seven goals in 15 minutes, to clinch at least a share of the Patriot League regular season title in front of nearly 10,000 fans in Annapolis.

April 11, 2015
Carolina Downs Cuse Before Record Crowd
Second-ranked North Carolina used a five-goal second half run to key a 15-8 victory over No. 7 Syracuse before a crowd of 2,098 a record for a women's game at Fetzer Field

April 11, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Sun Shining April Saturday
It's a beautiful day for lacrosse, and there's some great contests on the slate, including a TV twin-bill at North Carolina and the always exciting Army-Navy tilt.

April 11, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: Double Dip in Chapel Hill and More
A pair of top-10 matchups will go down within hours of one another, as the Syracuse men and women are in town to face North Carolina. LM's crack team breaks down those games and much more in our weekend preview podcast.

April 10, 2015
Injury Update: Hendrick Out, Status of Brust and Rix Unknown
Both Molly Hendrick (UNC) and Faye Brust (Louisville) tore an ACL this past weekend, while Mikaela Rix (Boston College) suffered a concussion.

April 10, 2015
Five Ways Major League Lacrosse is Already Improving
It's the eve of Major League Lacrosse's 15th season. In that time, critics have many times suggested how the league can improve. Joe Keegan takes a fresh look at how MLL is already on its way.

April 10, 2015
Denver Still in Hunt Despite Unexpected Twists
Trevor Baptiste's emergence, Jack Bobzien's appendicitis, Wesley Berg's transformation into a facilitator have given us a different-looking Denver. But the Pioneers remain well-positioned for a run at their first NCAA title, writes Gary Lambrecht.

April 10, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 1 New York Lizards
After a blockbuster trade brought Paul Rabil into the fold, can the New York franchise get back to championship form for the first time since 2003?

April 10, 2015
WD2 Notes: Adelphi, Le Moyne Lead Northeast 10 Title Race
Adelphi (11-0) and Le Moyne (11-1) lead the conference with an identical 8-0 record, but Stone Hill and New Haven are right on the edge.

April 10, 2015
Q&A: MLL Commissioner David Gross
Major League Lacrosse begins its 15th season this weekend. It’s an earlier start date than ever before for the outdoor pro league, and it’s one of the many topics Lacrosse Magazine covered in a Q-and-A with MLL commissioner David Gross.

April 10, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 2 Denver Outlaws
The longtime 'always a bridesmaid, never a bride' franchise finally broke through for a Steinfeld Cup last summer. Can the Outlaws repeat?

April 9, 2015
Midweek Notes: Bates Finds Its Building Block?
Bates has had some pivotal wins in the past, but will the upset of No. 1 and defending champion Tufts change everything for the Bobcats? Plus, Coon's emotional win and Ursinus' cleared hurdle.

April 9, 2015
Your Edge: Splitting Success With Mark Millon
The Hall of Famer helps put a new spin on the split dodge for the readers of Lacrosse Magazine, with footage on our new YouTube channel.

April 9, 2015
WD3 Notes: Middlebury Stays Strong After Opening Day Loss
Middlebury suffered a one-goal loss to open the season, but has been on a hot streak as of late with a 9-0 run. Plus Sewaane remains undefeated.

April 9, 2015
Irish Spirit, O'Sullivan's Saves Propel Notre Dame to Hot Streak
After opening the season 3-4, Notre Dame has gone on a 5-1 run in the past six games with significant wins over ACC rivals Syracuse and Virginia.

April 9, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 3 Chesapeake Bayhawks
3-Peat expectations fell by the wayside with a 1-4 start last season. Can the Bayhawks put things back together this summer with a talent-filled lineup?

April 9, 2015
MLL '15 Preview: No. 4 Rochester Rattlers
Can a stacked defense and MVP candidate Jordan Wolf help Rochester book another trip to championship weekend?

April 9, 2015
Eight Added to Tewaaraton Watch Lists in Second Update
Freshmen Selena Lasota (Northwestern) and Trevor Baptiste (Denver) were among the names added to the Tewaaraton Watch Lists in the second in-season update.

April 8, 2015
Big Second Half Helps Maryland Avoid Princeton Upset
Visiting Princeton held a 6-4 lead at the break, but the top-ranked Terrapins went off in the second half and cruised to an 18-10 victory in College Park.

April 8, 2015
WD1 Wednesday: Bracketology, First Edition
If the season ended today, how would the Division I women's bracket shape up? Lacrosse Magazine spoke in depth with committee chair Brendan Fahey.

April 8, 2015
Depleted Maryland Edges Loyola on Late Cole Strike
Bryan Cole scored with 3:05 left in the game to give No. 3 Maryland an 11-10 victory over Loyola.

April 8, 2015
Washburn: Peering into MLL '15 Crystal Ball
Ready or not, the Major League Lacrosse season is upon us. Who does analyst Evan Washburn see leading the pack for the summer?

April 8, 2015
Terps Defense Has Answered Preseason Questions
The Maryland defense has emphatically erased any doubt about if or how it would perform this year. Can anyone crack the Terps' shell?

April 8, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 6 Boston Cannons
Sure, longtime franchise face Paul Rabil is gone, but there are plenty of other weapons in the cupboard as the team prepares for its new home at Gillette Stadium.

April 8, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 5 Ohio Machine
The Machine put together a semifinal run in 2014 to cap a huge improvement over past seasons. Can the upward trend continue this summer?

April 7, 2015
Notre Dame Stays Hot, Downs Syracuse in OT
For the second time in four days, the Irish beat a Top 10 team on the road, this time beating Syraucse at the Carrier Dome.

April 7, 2015
Bates Stuns No. 1 Tufts Behind Fay's Five Goals
Charlie Fay scored five goals and Bates became the first team in 25 games to hold Tufts to under 10 goals in a huge Division III men's upset on Tuesday night.

April 7, 2015
No. 18 Blue Jays Hand No. 5 Stony Brook First Loss
Johns Hopkins scored the final three goals and killed off the last seven minutes to beat Stony Brook 7-5 on Tuesday night at Homewood Field.

April 7, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Bracketology, First Edition
With just four weeks left until Selection Sunday, it's time to get a look at the first Lacrosse Magazine Bracketology of the season. Who's in, out and on the bubble?

April 7, 2015
Epoch/LM POTW: Ben Williams and Cortney Fortunato
Syracuse needed to keep Albany's offense off the field and Notre Dame needed a signature win. Thanks to Epoch/LM Players of the Week Ben Williams and Cortney Fortunato, both of those things happened.

April 7, 2015
Nike/LM National High School Boys' Top 25
Haverford (Pa.) retains every first-place vote for another week, but Landon (Md.) is hot on their tails with a big week looming.

April 7, 2015
Nike/LM High School National Girls' Top 25
Garden City (N.Y.) is moving up the charts with a 4-0 start, but a big game looming against No. 5 Manhasset (N.Y.) today, but McDonogh (Md.) stays No. 1 another week.

April 7, 2015
Notre Dame's Cortney Fortunato - The Wow Factor
One of the most highly-touted recruits in women's lacrosse, can Cortney Fortunato translate her jaw-dropping ability into a spot at the elite table for the Irish?

April 7, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 7 Florida Launch
Expect offensive fireworks (particularly after Lyle Thompson arrives), but can the defense keep other teams off the board?

April 6, 2015
MLL 2015 Preview: No. 8 Charlotte Hounds
Charlotte traded Matt Danowski in the off-season, meaning a young midfield will be asked to carry the load offensively for Mike Cerino's team.

April 6, 2015
Division III Notebook: Midseason Awards Banquet
The best and brightest in Division III are ready for their fictional star turn as the midseason awards are handed out.

April 6, 2015
Division II Notebook: Midseason Awards Banquet
All of the luminaries are here tonight for the mythical midseason awards banquet in Division II. Who will be bring home the hardware at this point?

April 6, 2015
McAnaney: What to Make of Ivy League Madness?
It's hard to make sense of the Ivy League right now, writes Eamon McAnaney, but at the very least, it looks like the league will send multiple teams to the NCAA tournament.

April 5, 2015
ICYMI: Second Season Intrigue Begins
The start of conference play gives teams another chance to launch theri success. Stanford has lost twice in the last two weeks out of the league, but is 3-0 in the MPSF.

April 5, 2015
Ohio State Hands Johns Hopkins Big Ten Defeat
The first ever Big Ten lacrosse game in Columbus was a hit for the home Buckeyes, who downed Johns Hopkins for the first time in program history, 15-12.

April 5, 2015
Craig's Late OT Strike Lifts Northwestern Over Penn
Kaleigh Craig scored with just 13 seconds left in overtime to give the Wildcats a 9-8 victory over visiting Penn in non-league action Sunday afternoon.

April 5, 2015
Highlights: Celebrating Easter Weekend WIth Lacrosse
The action continues through this evening's Johns Hopkins-Ohio State Big Ten showdown, but there's a ton of highlights available from Friday and Saturday's games already!

April 5, 2015
"Lacrosse on the Offensive" Featured on CBS News
Correspondent Mo Rocca did an in-depth report on the growth of lacrosse for CBS's Sunday Morning this week.

April 4, 2015
Four Hat Tricks Power Notre Dame Past Duke, 15-10
Notre Dame snapped Duke's 21-game home win streak and improved to 3-0 in the ACC with Saturday's efficient win over the Blue Devils at Koskinen Stadium.

April 4, 2015
Fortunato, Notre Dame Dominate No. 7 Virginia in Upset
Behind sophomore Cortney Fortunato's eight points, Notre Dame crushed No. 7 Virginia 14-4 at Klöckner Stadium.

April 4, 2015
Dwyer's Late Goal Lifts Harvard to Upset of Cornell
Harvard rallied from an early deficit and downed No. 8 Cornell in Ivy League Action, with Devon Dwyer scoring the winner with just over 30 seconds to play.

April 4, 2015
Eastwood Leads Stony Brook to 13-10 Win Over No. 13 Princeton
Stony Brook earned its first win over an Ivy League team since 2007 and made a strong case that there's more to the America East than just Albany

April 4, 2015
Smith Leads Duke Over BC, Rix Injured
Brigid Smith matcher her career-high as Duke pulled away for a 13-8 win over Boston College in a top five showdown. BC's Mikaela Rix was injured in the contest.

April 4, 2015
Carolina Pulls Away to Rout Louisville 18-5
After taking a 4-3 lead in the first half, Louisville was held to just one goal in the final 40 minutes of the game as North Carolina pulled away in a win that featured two key injuries.

April 4, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Conference Action Dominates
Some major conference tilts are on tap for this full Saturday of action - starting early with Duke and Boston College women trying to get back on track after their first losses.

April 3, 2015
Carolina Defense Comes Up Big to Beat Virginia
After surviving a shootout with Duke, the Tar Heels buckled down on an uncharacteristically sloppy Virginia team Friday and pulled away late for a 10-6 victory in Charlottesville.

April 3, 2015
Stanford Makes MPSF Statement with Win at Denver
Stanford jumped all over Denver early and rebounded from a loss earlier this week to Cornell with a 14-7 victory against their MPSF rival Friday.

April 3, 2015
Hofstra Upsets No. 9 JMU with Seven-Goal Spurt
Brittain Altomare scored four goals and Hofstra scored seven unanswered goals in the second half to defeat James Madison 13-8 — its first win over a nationally ranked opponent since 2011.

April 3, 2015
NCAA Notes: Kemp Epitomizes Brown's Success
After a win over Princeton, Brown is in the drivers' seat in the Ivy League, and LSM Larken Kemp is an emerging star for the go-go Bears.

April 3, 2015
Weekend Preview: Duke and Carolina Await Tests
Both the men's and women's programs on Tobacco Road face stiff tests this weekend, part of a big slate of contests awaiting lacrosse fans.

April 2, 2015
McAnaney: Duke-ND Chance to Catch Two Prototype Middies
Duke's Myles Jones and Notre Dame's Sergio Perkovic are big, strong midfielders - who also use their skill and IQ to the maximum for their teams.

April 2, 2015
Thompson Shines One Last Time at Carrier Dome
Syracuse took down Albany 17-12, but Lyle Thompson still finished with seven points against one of the top defenders in the country despite a lack of possession time.

April 2, 2015
Syracuse Loads Up at X, Uses Big Rally to Down Albany
A dominant performance at X and 8-4 mid-game run helped Syracuse down Albany 17-12 in a Top 10 showdown at the Carrier Dome Thursday night.

April 2, 2015
Midweek Notes: NEWMAC Catching Beaver Fever?
Babson beat Springfield for the first time since 1979, and it might be a sign of the NEWMAC's improvement. Plus, Alfred makes its mark and Tufts continues to roll.

April 2, 2015
WD3 Notes: Rhodes, Sewanee Battle for Supremacy in South
Both the Lynx and Tigers are undefeated going into Friday's matchup, but the winner will likely determine SAA championship. Plus, No. 1 Trinity is holding its own atop the rankings.

April 2, 2015
Trio of Venues to Host 2015 World Indoor Championship
The Carrier Dome will host the gold and bronze medal games while Onondaga Nation and the War Memorial Arena in Syracuse will also host games.

April 2, 2015
MCLA Notes: Liberty Thrives in Midnight Madness
With a packed house in all black on hand, Liberty took its annual "Midnight Madness" game over Georgia, while Georgia Tech continued its unbeaten start.

April 2, 2015
Treanor’s Health: The Reason Behind Her Faceguard Purgatory
Many attributed holding Syracuse junior and 2014 Tewaaraton finalist Kayla Treanor scoreless in four games this season to her opponents' solid defense, but according to the Orange, she was simply under the weather.

April 1, 2015
Like Parity? Look No Further than Patriot League '15
After some unexpected early results, the Patriot League can't count on anything but an AQ bid to the NCAAs. But the race, if the season so far is indication, will be a mad one.

April 1, 2015
WD1 Wednesday: It’s Cornell’s Move in the Ancient Eight
After upsetting No. 15 Stanford last night, Cornell moves on to its toughest stretch of the schedule, looking to have its best season in nearly 10 seasons. Plus a look at Ivy stats in the bigger picture.

April 1, 2015
NLL Notes: Buque Steps Up in Net for Mammoth
Playing in place of normal starter Dylan Ward, Colorado's Alex Buque's first start earned him the first star, making 49 saves against Vancouver.

April 1, 2015
WCLA Notes: Mile High Showing Boosts Michigan
An undefeated showing at the Mile High Invitational boosts the University of Michigan to the No. 1 spot this week as we look at the WCLA.

April 1, 2015
Desire to Be the Best Fuels Lehigh's Dan Taylor
With over 125 points in the past two seasons, Calgary native Dan Taylor has thrived at Lehigh, where he strives to lead the Mountain Hawks on and off the field.

April 1, 2015
No. 19 Cornell Stuns No. 15 Stanford in Upset
Behind Emily Tripodi's career-high seven points on three goals and four assists, the Big Red earned its first win over a ranked opponent this season, topping Stanford 15-7.

March 31, 2015
Unranked Bellarmine Upsets No. 11 Marquette
With five unanswered goals in the fourth quarter kickstarted by faceoff specialist Connor Harryman, who won 12 of 16 in the game, the Knights took the shine off the No. 11 Golden Eagles in a 9-3 upset.

March 31, 2015
No Contest: No. 1 Tufts Obliterates No. 6 Williams
Austin Carbone had five goals and two assists, leading the top-ranked Jumbos to a 20-6 rout of the sixth-ranked Ephs on Tuesday.

March 31, 2015
Nike/LM National High School Boys' Top 25
New York lacrosse is underway, and Syosset (N.Y.) is the big mover after a 5-0 start, while Chaminade takes a tumble.

March 31, 2015
NLL Deadline Moves Include Billings/Crowley Swap
A pair of premier righty forwards changed hands right at the NLL's deadline Tuesday, with New England netting Garrett Billings while shipping Kevin Crowley to Toronto.

March 31, 2015
Nike/LM High School National Girls' Top 25
Radnor (Pa.) fought its way to No. 14 this week with a trio of victories over ranked teams, but McDonogh (Md.) maintains its grip on No. 1 once again.

March 31, 2015
Epoch/LM POTW: Megan Whittle and Connor Cook
Whittle has become a key cog in the Maryland machine as a freshman, and Cook powered his team to a big league win after suffering a family tragedy a week before. Both are Epoch/LM Players of the Week.

March 31, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Poskay Knows Winning Helps
It's easier said than done to keep going after four wins in three seasons. This year, Wagner has matched that number and there's more reason for hope in Staten Island, according to coach Matt Poskay.

March 30, 2015
Report: Cleveland State Adding Men's Lacrosse for '17
A report from Cleveland.com indicates that Cleveland State add lacrosse for 2017, becoming the second program in the state of Ohio.

March 30, 2015
Swarm, Black Wolves Swap Captains in Shocker
At the NLL trade deadline, Minnesota sent Andrew Suitor to New England in exchange for Joel White, a rare swap of players wearing the "C".

March 30, 2015
McAnaney: Rock 'Em Sock 'Em ACC Shows Its Might
Syracuse-Notre Dame and Duke-North Carolina served as a reminder of the ACC's strength, as if we needed it, writes Eamon McAnaney.

March 29, 2015
ICYMI: Why Short Sticks Deserve Your Respect
Jack Near reminded us why he's a first-round MLL draft pick — and why short-stick defensive midfielders are so valuable — when he scored in double overtime Saturday to lift Notre Dame over Syracuse. It was the headliner of a big weekend in college lacrosse.

March 29, 2015
ICYMI: Surviving the ACC Gauntlet
ACC teams boast eight of the top 15 toughest schedules in the country. Does playing that schedule beat you down or build you up?

March 29, 2015
North Carolina Gets Big Rivalry Win, Edges Duke
The Tar Heels' senior class stepped up to down visiting Duke 15-14 on Sunday afternoon in Chapel Hill.

March 29, 2015
Kelly Backs Brown's Win At Princeton in Ivy Matchup
Brown-Princeton was expected to be a high-scoring affair, but nobody told the goalies. The Bears got the better of the Tigers, helped by Jack Kelly's 15 saves.

March 29, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Daylong TV Slate
North Carolina outlasted Duke 15-14 in a back-and-forth rivalry game on a busy Sunday of college lacrosse. Follow it all at #LMLive.

March 28, 2015
Notre Dame Rallies to Hand No. 1 Syracuse First Loss
The No. 2 Irish needed to rally to tie late and two OTs, but they edged previously unbeaten Syracuse 13-12 at home behind Jack Near's game-winner.

March 28, 2015
Baptiste, Denver Dominate Georgetown
Trevor Baptiste won 25 of 26 faceoffs and Denver drilled Georgetown 19-7 before a record crowd of 3,117 at Peter Barton Stadium.

March 28, 2015
Vander Kolk's 18 Saves Lead Virginia Over BC
Freshman Rachel Vander Kolk made 18 saves as Virginia beat Boston College 15-13. The red-hot Cavaliers have won five straight games. BC was the third undefeated team to fall to Virginia during the streak.

March 28, 2015
Marquette Edges Villanova in Sixth One-Goal Game
No. 13 Marquette played yet another one-goal thriller, taking down Villanova 9-8 in its sixth one goal win of the season.

March 28, 2015
No. 12 Middlebury Takes the Broome to No. 5 Amherst
Jon Broome scored four goals and set up another four, leading Middlebury to the road NESCAC up set of the Lord Jeffs.

March 28, 2015
Duke Bounces Back, Beats Syracuse 10-9
Brigid Smith had three goals as Duke bounced back from its first loss of the season with a big 10-9 ACC victory over Syracuse.

March 28, 2015
Stony Brook Snows Under Oregon to Stay Perfect
Dorrien Van Dyke had four goals and three assists as No. 7 Stony Brook overcame a snow delay and handled Oregon 16-3.

March 28, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: 'Cuse, BC Fall from Unbeaten Ranks
Notre Dame edged No. 1 Syracuse in men's action and Virginia handled Boston College, as the Orange and Eagles fell for the first time on a busy Saturday of lacrosse.

March 27, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: No. 1 vs. No. 2 in South Bend
The Lacrosse Magazine staff previews the weekend's juiciest matchups, including a No. 1-No. 2 showdown between Syracuse and Notre Dame. Plus, we bat around some mid-season awards.

March 27, 2015
Syracuse Midfielder Kelly Cross Suspended Indefinitely
After crashing a Ford Explorer early Monday morning, Syracuse junior midfielder Kelly Cross has been suspended indefinitely due to a violation of team rules, the athletic department confirmed Friday.

March 27, 2015
Thompson Fights Through Injury, Makes Adjustments
Albany appears to have shaken off early-season rust, but Lyle Thompson has still been bothered by an injury, says coach Scott Marr. Plus, what Notre Dame and Cornell are looking like at this point in Gary Lambrecht's notebook.

March 27, 2015
Weekender: Silence Is Golden for Lindenwood's Hossack
He says very little on the field, but the actions of Lindenwood's standout long-stick middie Graeme Hossack speak very loudly.

March 27, 2015
Hoyas Head to Denver with Newfound Confidence
Kevin Warne might not have been Georgetown's first choice to replace Dave Urick. But in his third season, the Hoyas have reestablished a winning culture, writes Eamon McAnaney.

March 27, 2015
Big Ten Blowout: Terps Dominate Northwestern
Freshman Megan Whittle scored five goals and Taylor Cummings had 13 draw controls as Maryland dominated Northwestern 16-5 in the first Big Ten game.

March 27, 2015
WD3 Notes: Salisbury Back in Form With Big Week
Two-time defending Champion Salisbury stumbled out of the gate with two losses. They've looked more like expected of late, topping the No. 1 team in back-to-back weeks.

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
NLL Weekend: Colorado Gunning for First Out West
With West-leading Edmonton taking on Rochester Saturday, Colorado has a shot at pulling ahead if things go well against Vancouver (and poorly for the Rush against the defending champs).

March 26, 2015
WD2 Notes: Stonehill Ready for its Closeup
A documentary on Stonehill's season in 2012 - 113 Days - is set to launch as a 10-part web series next week.

March 26, 2015
Lifestyles: Bob Woodruff on the Home Front
News anchor and Colgate lacrosse legend, Bob Woodruff gives back after being wounded while reporting on the conflict in Iraq.

March 26, 2015
Is Kavanagh's Clutch History the Key for Notre Dame?
The club of DI men's champions is a cozy one, but its to guide Notre Dame to that rarified air that specifically brought Matt Kavanagh to South Bend.

March 26, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine - Inside our April 2015 Issue
As the season continues and we turn an eye towards the stretch run, Notre Dame's Matt Kavanaugh graces the cover of our issue - is the Irish attackman the King of Clutch?

March 26, 2015
MCLA Notes: Grand Canyon Makes Move
Grand Canyon, behind Carson Barton's strong return from last year's injury, jumps to No. 1 this week with a showdown against Arizona State looming.

March 26, 2015
Slow Start to the Season Doesn’t Mean Anything for the 'Hoos
In what seems like an annual occurrence, Virginia started the season with a 3-4 record. But in one week, the Cavs topped then-unbeaten Princeton, edged one-loss JMU, and picked up their first ACC win over previously unbeaten Duke.

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
Like A Fine Nine: Thompson Toasts Harvard
Lyle Thompson's school-record nine goals proved too much for the Crimson in a 21-18 shootout win for the Great Danes in Cambridge.

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 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
WD1 Wednesday: BC on the Brink, Mid-Season Awards
The Eagles fly to No. 2 in the country as one of three remaining undefeated teams, while Megan Schneider looks at the top performances thus far this season.

March 25, 2015
WCLA Notes: Top Teams Head to the Mountains
After a quiet stretch, the WCLA has a big weekend, as several top teams head to Boulder for Colorado's Mile High Invitational.

March 25, 2015
NCAA Notes: Navy's MVP, ACC's Bid-Steals and More
With conference play coming in full force as we enter the latter half of the men's DI schedule, Gary Lambrecht checks in with a look at some odds and ends around lacrosse.

March 25, 2015
NLL Notes: Grant Eyes Gait Next on Milestone List
Newly second place on the NLL's all-time career points list, John Grant, Jr. is only 12 goals behind Gary Gait for second, though John Tavares is still a ways off in first for both.

March 24, 2015
Nike/LM National High School Boys' Top 25
With Gonzaga (D.C.) and Culver (Ind.) falling, Unbeaten Haverford (Pa.) ascends to the No. 1 spot in this week's update of the Nike/LM HS Boys' Top 25.

March 24, 2015
Penn St. Women Rally to Hand Stanford First Loss
The Nittany Lions came back in the second half to hand the previously unbeaten Cardinal its first loss.

March 24, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Mid-Season Awards, All-Americans
Can you believe it? The season is already at its mid-point, actually past it. Lacrosse Magazine's Corey McLaughlin sets the table for the second half by handing out awards for the first.

March 24, 2015
Nike/LM High School National Girls' Top 25
A victory over last week's national No. 15 earned Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) a spot in the Nike/LM Top 25 - but the usual suspects still dot the top of the list.

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 23, 2015
Division II Notebook: Merrimack Flips the Script
After losing in overtime to Adelphi in last year's NE-10 title game, the Warriors repaid the favor. Plus, Gartelman embraces his homecoming and Seton Hill buries a rival.

March 23, 2015
Epoch/LM POTW: Casey Bocklet and Phil Hession
Powering team wins with all-around excellence, Virginia's Casey Bocklet and Dartmouth's Phil Hession are the Epoch/LM Players of the Week.

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 23, 2015
McAnaney: Syracuse and Everyone Else? Maybe, but Not So Fast
Eamon McAnaney doesn't blame anyone for thinking it's Syracuse and everyone else at the moment. But he hedges against that thought, breaks down the weekend's top results and gives his Top 20.

March 22, 2015
In Case You Missed It: Can Maryland be Beaten?
In a week when three of the top five and five of the top ten teams lost, Maryland kept rolling along. Can anyone beat the Terps?

March 22, 2015
ICYMI: Conferences Already in State of Upheaval
Nine of the 18 NCAA tournament contenders will be determined by conference automatic qualifiers. Six weeks out from Selection Sunday, there’s no telling who those teams will be. This weekend made things especially murky.

March 22, 2015
Mupo, Lasota Lift No. 6 Northwestern Over No. 5 Syracuse
For the fourth time this season, Kayla Treanor was held without a goal as the Wildcats topped the Orange 11-10 on Saturday afternoon.

March 22, 2015
Syracuse All Alone Atop DI Heap With Rout of Duke
Syracuse opened Sunday as the final unbeaten DI men's team, and emphatically defended the point with a rout of two-time defending champion Duke at the Carrier Dome.

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 22, 2015
Lifestyles: Coach With A Photo Finish
Former NCAA champion Rich Barnes finds his calling as a photographer - whose work you may be familiar with from our publication...

March 22, 2015
LoCascio Leads as Maryland Hands UNC First Loss
Fans in California were treated to a showdown of top offense vs. top defense, and it was the D that won out, as Maryland handed North Carolina its first loss of the season.

March 21, 2015
Ochoa's Stunning Save Leads BC Over UNC
Zoe Ochoa made a diving save in front of an empty net to preserve a 10-9 overtime victory for Boston College over North Carolina, the Eagles first win ever over the Heels.

March 21, 2015
Coholan Strike Lifts Virginia Over Hopkins in OT Thriller
Greg Coholan's OT game-winner capped a late rally for Virginia to give the Cavaliers a 16-15 victory at Johns Hopkins.

March 21, 2015
Princeton Tops Yale With Yet Another One-Goal Win
Kip Orban had four goals and Mike MacDonald added two and four assists as Princeton edged Yale in Ivy League play on Saturday afternoon.

March 21, 2015
Down Goes Limestone: Lake Erie Tops Champs
The Storm coughed up a huge lead, but managed to topple the champs on their own field, 14-12.

March 21, 2015
Marquette's Magic Runs Out in 10-9 Loss at Georgetown
The tenth-ranked Golden Eagles rallied back from six goals down at halftime to tie it in the fourth quarter. But Georgetown converted on a two-men up situation late to seal the Big East opener for both teams.

March 21, 2015
Bocklet, Cavs Hand Duke First Loss of Season
Virginia dominated the first half and Casey Bocklet had four goals as the Cavaliers beat No. 2 Duke 13-10.

March 21, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Great Slate that Runs Late
A solid afternoon gives way to a headline-filled evening, with UVa-Hopkins. BC-UNC (women) and UNC-Maryland all taking place on a full Saturday night for lacrosse.

March 21, 2015
NCAA Notes: Headline Western Tilt for Former ACC Foes
If Maryland and North Carolina were still in the ACC, tonight's Pacific Coast Shootout game in California would likely never have been scheduled.

March 20, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: Terps, Tar Heels and Orange, Oh My!
The men's and women's teams of Maryland, North Carolina and Syracuse are involved in key games this weekend. The Terps and Tar Heels men meet in California.

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
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 19, 2015
McAnaney: Finding Identity, Ohio State Hits its Stride
After an opening loss to Detroit, Ohio State has come into its own of late, and stands at 6-2 going into Saturday's key contest at Notre Dame.

March 19, 2015
I Am The Official Lax Girl
Somewhere between Zimbabwe and Tennessee, in the span of 140 characters, an unlikely lacrosse icon came to life.

March 19, 2015
JMU Evolves Mentality with Hopes of an NCAA Bid
The No. 9 Dukes believe they're the strongest they've been since 2010 and turn to face Maryland, their fifth Top 20 opponent this season, on Saturday. Could this game help prove they’re among the best in the country?

March 19, 2015
Albany Gets Defensive to Hand UMass First Loss
No. 20 Albany, the nation's top scoring offense, was held more than 10 goals below its season average, but came away with a 7-4 win over No. 19 UMass.

March 19, 2015
Tewaaraton Watch Lists Updated With 11 Top Performers
Three women's and eight men's players were added to the Tewaaraton Award Watch Lists in the first 2015 in-season update.

March 19, 2015
WD1 Notebook: Behind Louisville’s Jump in the Rankings
It's very rare for a team to lose two consecutive games and move up in the rankings. But new to the ACC and playing tight games against Boston College and Duke, Louisville earned the No. 7 spot in this week's Top 20.

March 19, 2015
Top-Ranked Maryland Downs Penn to Improve to 8-0
Four goals each from Brooke Griffin and Megan Whittle led the Terrapins to a 12-7 victory over No. 15 Penn at home.

March 19, 2015
MCLA Notes: Plucky Chapman Among MCLA Elite
Despite being dwarfed in size by many of its top-tier MCLA DI counterparts, Chapman continues to thrive, including last week's win over No. 4 Cal-Poly

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
Seawolves Walk the Walk in Spallina’s Whirlwind of a Week
On Sunday, Stony Brook topped Jacksonville. On Monday morning, Spallina's fifth child was born. It was St. Patrick's Day on Tuesday and the Seawolves upset Florida. Read all about his emotional, but lucky three days.

March 18, 2015
Third Quarter Run Helps Georgetown Down Loyola
Georgetown held on for a one-goal win, powered by six points from Bo Stafford, for its first victory over Loyola since 2007 and first over a Top 20 team since 2013.

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
NLL Notes: Welcome to the League, Jeremy Noble
The former DU star had a standout debut for the Mammoth, who recently shipped several draft picks to Rochester for his services.

March 18, 2015
Youth Movement Helping Georgetown Turn the Corner
Under third-year men’s coach Kevin Warne, the Hoyas have gone all in on a youth movement that is driving one of the country’s more notable offenses through the first half of 2015.

March 18, 2015
DIII Women's Notes: Dragons Roaring Under New Coach
It took a little while, but top-ranked Cortland finally began down it's path toward defending its SUNYAC title and trying to improve on last year's 22-1 season that ended with an NCAA semifinal loss to Trinity.

March 18, 2015
UMBC Places Giro on Leave Amid Investigation
UMBC, which recently suspended five women's lacrosse players for reportedly exchanging threatening text messages about freshmen on the team, has placed co-head coach Tony Giro on leave and appointed Amy Slade as the team's sole head coach.

March 18, 2015
WCLA Notes: BC Eager to Get Back on the FIeld
Last year's Cinderella will need to work its way back to the dance. After combatting weather, fundraising and field space issues, Boston College Club will host Rhode Island in both teams' debut Saturday.

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 17, 2015
Stony Brook Beats Florida for First Top-10 Win
Freshman Kylie Ohlmiller put up six points in Stony Brook's 12-11 win at Florida on Tuesday night, its first victory over a top-10 team.

March 17, 2015
No. 19 Bison Down No. 12 Brown in Overtime
Thomas Flibotte scored 2:45 into overtime to give the Bison a 10-9 win, holding Brown to its lowest goal output of the year. Bucknell improves to 6-2.

March 17, 2015
Denver Pulls Away From Lehigh in Fourth Quarter
Neither team scored in the third quarter, but the Pioneers went on a late run to beat Lehigh 10-4 in Bethlehem, Pa.

March 16, 2015
Epoch/LM POTW: Lyle Thompson and Mikaela Rix
Putting together huge performances in key games for their teams, Boston College's Mikaela Rix and Albany's Lyle Thompson are the Epoch/LM Players of the Week.

March 16, 2015
Top-Ranked Cortland Hands No. 12 Catholic First Loss
Freshman Kristen Ohberg had a career-high six goal game as Cortland handed Catholic its first defeat of the year on the road Monday.

March 16, 2015
Tuesdays w/ Corey: Jones Every Bit a Tewaaraton Candidate
He just turned 22 and is only a junior. Yes, Duke midfielder Myles Jones is coming into his own and that's a scary thought for the rest of Division I men's lacrosse.

March 16, 2015
UMBC AD: 'Our Student-Athletes Are Safe'
Five UMBC women’s lacrosse players who are suspended due to threatening text messages about teammates engaged in “language and social media behavior not becoming of who we are as an athletic department and institution,” athletic director Tim Hall said Monday.

March 16, 2015
Division II Notebook: Adelphi Holds Destiny in Hands
The stakes weren't sky-high in the Adelphi-LIU Post game last week, but the Panthers' win allowed them to keep their fate in their sticks.

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
McAnaney: Time to Separate Contenders from Pretenders
Syracuse and North Carolina have looked like the top teams in the country, but what about the rest of the field? ESPN's Eamon McAnaney breaks down the weekend that was and gives his Top 20.

March 15, 2015
ICYMI: Eight Days in March for Northwestern
Wrapping up the weekend and a look at a Northwestern team used to winning national championships. How big of a threat are the Wildcats in 2015? We should find out in an eight-day stretch.

March 15, 2015
ICYMI: Behind Brown's Overbearing Offense
Brown is 5-0 while averaging nearly 18 goals and 54 shots per game. The Bears have an emerging star in Dylan Molloy and were in full attack mode against Harvard again Saturday. What's cooking in Providence?

March 15, 2015
Tracy Lifts No. 3 North Carolina to Double OT Win At Towson
At the 1:12 mark in the second overtime against Towson, Sammy Jo Tracy scored the game winner to hand the Tar Heels their fifth victory in a row.

March 15, 2015
UMBC Suspends Players Amid Reports of Threatening Texts
Five UMBC women's lacrosse players have been suspended from the team, the university said Saturday. The statement came after reports of a disturbing group text exchange in which several players reference killing and injuring the team's freshmen.

March 15, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Saturday Recap and Active Sunday
North Carolina's trip to Towson headlines Sunday action, with a look back at Saturday's busy slate, including Lyle Thompson and Mikaela Rix setting records.

March 14, 2015
Rowe, Jones Key Duke's Close Win at Georgetown
Jack Rowe won the majority of faceoffs all afternoon long and Myles Jones scored three goals with five assists to lead the No. 5 Blue Devils past the Hoyas 15-13.

March 14, 2015
Duke Beats Louisville to Run Record to 9-0
Taylor Trimble's fourth goal of the game broke an 8-8 tie and No. 2 Duke beat No. 10 Louisville to move to 9-0, matching the best start in school history.

March 14, 2015
Syracuse Outlasts Hopkins with Three Goals in Fourth
Syracuse and Johns Hopkins both coughed up leads, but the Orange got the last laugh in a 13-10 win Saturday at the Carrier Dome.

March 14, 2015
Wynne Anchors Notre Dame Win Over Virginia
No. 4 Notre Dame jumped out to a big early lead, then hung on through a late Virginia run for a big road victory in ACC play, with Mikey Wynne scoring five for the Irish.

March 14, 2015
Top-Ranked Cortland Handles No. 2 Gettysburg, 14-11
The Red Dragons earned a key non-conference road win, topping No. 2 Gettysburg in Pennsylvania on Saturday afternoon.

March 14, 2015
Late Four-Goal Run Lifts Ohio State Over No. 3 Denver
Down 11-9 early in the fourth, Ohio State closed the game with a 4-0 run, finishing a 13-11 victory over No. 3 Denver at home.

March 14, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: Things Are Heating Up
As the calendar flips through March, rivalries, like Johns Hopkins-Syracuse, are renewed while the stakes grow around new matchups between old teams, like the Duke and Louisville women. LM previews this weekend's top games and more.

March 13, 2015
Overtime with Paul Carcaterra: Johns Hopkins' Dave Pietramala
In a wide-ranging exclusive interview with Lacrosse Magazine, ESPN's Paul Carcaterra talks with the Blue Jays head coach Dave Pietramala about everything from himself as a player, to the challenges of leading a modern lacrosse program.

March 13, 2015
Carolina Finds Unwanted Adventure in Win over Albany
It wasn't pretty, but No. 3 North Carolina dominated possession, built a 10-3 lead and held on for a 10-6 victory Friday over No. 20 Albany at St. Paul's in Baltimore.

March 13, 2015
NCAA Notes: Depleted Hopkins D Faces Tall Order
WIth key players out, the Johns Hopkins defense has a tough task ahead in Saturday's showdown at No. 1 Syracuse.

March 13, 2015
Rabil, Westervelt Play Catch Across Frozen Harbor
While many Mid-Atlantic laxers lamented the February and early March freeze, New York Lizards midfielder Paul Rabil and Chesapeake Bayhawks attackman Drew Westervelt decided to have a little fun with Baltimore's frozen Inner Harbor. The two All-Stars had a long-distance catch across the frozen expanse of about 350 yards.

March 12, 2015
McAnaney: Marquette's Magical Ride Continues
At 7-0, Marquette is in uncharted territory for the still-new program in Wisconsin. What's the next step with some tough games coming up? Eamon McAnaney looks at the Golden Eagles.

March 12, 2015
NLL Weekend: Leading Rock Play two With Bandits
At 9-1, Toronto is by a long shot the top team in the league. Will a pair against Buffalo solidify that mark, or bring the Rock back to earth?

March 12, 2015
WD2 Notes: Lindenwood Offense Red Hot to Start 2015
After a semifinal run, Lindenwood (Mo.) has come out on fire so far this season, averaging nearly 23 goals a game in three wins.

March 12, 2015
Florida Searching for Signature Win vs. No. 1 Maryland
The Gators have yet to notch a significant win since falling to North Carolina in their season opener and to Syracuse in overtime on Tuesday. Florida faces the Terps in their first-ever meeting on Saturday.

March 12, 2015
Crusaders' Loss is Syracuse's Gain in Ben Williams
A longtime bugaboo for the Syracuse men has been the face-off game, but Holy Cross transfer Ben Williams has been a revelation for the Orange, who host Hopkins on Saturday.

March 11, 2015
NLL Notes: Hellyer Makes Move in Scoring Race
Toronto's Rob Hellyer was named Player of the Month for February and proved why over the weekend. What else filled Neil Stevens' notebook?

March 11, 2015
Schmitt Powers Loyola to Upset of Virginia in OT
Hannah Schmitt scored three goals in overtime and Loyola held off a frantic Virginia rally to upset the No. 8 Cavaliers 13-12.

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
Stanwick OT Snipe Lifts BC Over Louisville
No. 4 Boston College trailed for most of the way before Covie Stanwick's goal with six seconds left in OT gave the Eagles a 16-15 win over No. 10 Louisville.

March 11, 2015
WD1 Wednesday: Work In Progress for Albany and UMass
Top 20 newcomers Albany and Massachusetts have started strong this spring, but work lies ahead if they want to make headway into the top echelon of women's lacrosse.

March 11, 2015
MCLA Notes: Colorado, ASU Tangle Once Again
Colorado edged Arizona State in a rematch of last year's MCLA championship, but the Sun Devils recovered with a win over CSU and more from the club ranks.

March 11, 2015
WD3 Notes: Brice Queener Leads Rhodes to Hot Start
Brice Queener, a former Georgetown and MLL standout midfielder, is the latest in the long line of successful coaches in his family, coaching Rhodes to a 7-0 record thus far.

March 11, 2015
WCLA Notes: Santa Clara's Perfect Start Continues
A late second half surge led No. 1 Santa Clara over No. 8 Cal Poly over the weekend, just one of several looks around the league this week.

March 11, 2015
Gallery: Gonzaga Takes Down Boys' Latin (HSB)
This year's preseason No. 1 and last year's consensus No. 1 faced off to open 2015, with Gonzaga taking the victory on a rainy Tuesday. Photos by John Strohsacker.

March 10, 2015
No. 2 North Carolina Survives Against Bryant
The Tar Heels needed to score the first five goals of the second half to take the lead, then held off unranked Bryant 10-9 in Chapel Hill behind Luke Goldstock's six goals.

March 10, 2015
Cross Scores Four as 'Cuse Beats Florida in OT
The fifth-ranked Orange outlasted the Gators 14-13 behind midfielder Kelly Cross' fourth goal of the night in Gainesville.

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 10, 2015
Nike/LM HS South Notebook: Tragedy in South Carolina
A tragic accident in South Carolina bringing the lacrosse community together and more headlines from the south region as the season continues.

March 10, 2015
Nike/LM HS West Notebook: Starting Strong in Cali
With the season underway out west, how does one make a good, strong early impression? We check in with Acalanes (Calif.) and elsewhere in this week's notes.

March 10, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Virginia's Walk-On Captain
Davi Sacco spent his first three seasons at Virginia living in anonymity. But just last week, the senior defenseman was named a team captain.

March 10, 2015
Rivalry Win has Calgary Confident for NLL Second Half
The Roughnecks had just one win on the year before this weekend's rivalry win over Alberta neighbor Edmonton. Can they build on it for the rest of the season?

March 9, 2015
Balanced Effort Sends No. 3 Adelphi Past No. 2 LIU Post
Three different players scored four points to lead the Panthers to a 13-11 win over the Pioneers in a rematch of the 2014 North region finals.

March 9, 2015
Dwyer's Record-Setting Performance Leads Harvard
Devin Dwyer tied the Crimson program record for assists (8) and points (12) in Harvard's 20-9 rout of Holy Cross.

March 9, 2015
McAnaney: Denver's Rivalry Win Tops the Weekend
If Denver and Notre Dame were located east of the Delaware Water Gap this would be the premier rivalry in the college game right now. And it’s not even close, writes Eamon McAnaney.

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 9, 2015
Division II Notebook: Strong Rebound for Le Moyne
The Dolphins' offense didn't show up against Lake Erie and let their defense down. The Le Moyne front line made amends in the win over Mercyhurst. Plus, Limestone leans on its rookies.

March 8, 2015
ICYMI: Ben Williams and the Faceoff Renaissance
Wasn't this supposed to be the season the NCAA rules committee marginalized faceoff men? Au contraire. And what the heck is happening in the Patriot League? LM's Matt DaSilva breaks it all down in this week's rewind.

March 8, 2015
ICYMI: Reality Check Coming for Top Programs
The weekend in review and Florida is one of several teams with big tests this week after easing into the season.

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 7, 2015
Late Spark Carries Duke to Big Win Over Loyola
Down one in the second half, Duke rallied to score seven of the final eight in the game and win going away against Loyola at home.

March 7, 2015
Miller's OT Winner Caps Top 5 Showdown in Denver
The first-ever Top 5 contest at Denver's Peter Barton Stadium was a doozie, and the home fans went home happy after Zach Miller's OT game-winner lifted the Pioneers over visiting Notre Dame.

March 7, 2015
Championship Rematch: Cummings Lifts Maryland Past Syracuse
With seven points and six draw controls, it was another Taylor Cummings show as Maryland faced Syracuse for the first time since the NCAA championship game last May. The Terps won 10-7.

March 7, 2015
No Question About It: Terps Dominate Princeton
Maryland's defense was even better than it looked on film, Princeton coach Chris Bates said after the Terps down his Tigers 11-4 in College Park. The rest wasn't bad either.

March 7, 2015
Virginia Survives Late Cornell Run in 15-14 Victory
The Cavaliers picked a good time to win one of just nine (out of 32) draw victories on the day, winning the ball with 30 seconds remaining to run out the clock and just hold off No. 6 Cornell at home.

March 7, 2015
Penn State Bounces Back, Loyola Woes Continue
Penn State came back from a one-goal loss to Virginia to handle Loyola 12-8, dropping the Greyhounds to 1-4 this season.

March 7, 2015
Passing the Test: Limestone Rallies Past NYIT
Defending national champion Limestone trailed No. 5 NYIT by a pair of goals midway through the fourth quarter, but the Saints responded for the 8-7 triumph.

March 7, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Twin Bill in College Park
A pair of big games at College Park, and a headliner out in Denver anchor a busy Saturday of lacrosse across the country.

March 7, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: The West Will Be Won
Notre Dame and Denver meet in a battle of western Division I men's powers while Maryland and Syracuse tangle in a Division I women's title game rematch. We talk those, and more.

March 6, 2015
Marquette Magic Still Alive after Win over Jacksonville
No. 10 Marquette ran its record to 6-0, pulling away for a 12-10 road win at Jacksonville on Friday. Marquette's six wins have come by a combined 12 goals.

March 6, 2015
NCAA Notes: Tough Sledding for CAA Favorites
Drexel, Hofstra and UMass figured to be among the heavyweights in the CAA this season. They've gotten off to a combined 2-11 start.

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
WD2 Notes: After Early Success, Rollins Hungry for More
At 4-1 with only a blemish against No. 1 Adelphi, Rollins is looking to make some noise in the south this spring. How do the Tars stack up?

March 5, 2015
McAnaney: Carolina Back, but Demons Aren't Exorcised in February
A win over Denver punctuated a 5-0 February for North Carolina, which looks like a true contender, writes columnist Eamon McAnaney. How they build between now and May will be the key.

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
Inside the Eagles' Scout Team and the KayTrain Derailment
Boston College enters this weekend undefeated after upsetting Syracuse and completely shutting down Kayla Treanor thanks to a faceguard from attacker Tess Chandler.

March 4, 2015
Your Edge: Own the Ground with Mike Pellegrino
Hopkins LSM Mike Pellegrino shared his three key ways to win the GB for our readers in the March issue of Lacrosse Magazine and for our YouTube channel.

March 4, 2015
Lambrecht: Signs of Life in Early Season for Navy
The once powerful Navy men's team has been moribund of late - but there have been signs of life from Rick Sowell's team down in Annapolis so far in 2015.

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
WCLA Notes: Behind-the-Scenes with Texas' Player-President
It's not an easy task to plan an entire tournament for college club teams, but that's exactly what Ava Moorhead did for Texas' Lonestar Showdown this past weekend.

March 4, 2015
Senior CLASS Award Announces 20 Men's Finalists
Twenty players who represent community, classroom, character and competition were chosen as finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, presented in May.

March 4, 2015
WD1 Wednesday: Stanford’s Recruiting Scope In Focus
The Cardinal soars into the top 10 this week at No. 9 with wins over Notre Dame and Ohio State, but can they keep their momentum going?

March 4, 2015
MCLA Notes: Postseason Style Slate Awaits in Arizona
Three of the top teams in the country - including last season's MCLA DI title game matchup - headline the week, while Georgia Tech alums show their support for Ken Lovic.

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 3, 2015
Toronto, Rochester, Edmonton get Top Marks in NLL
Neil Stevens' mid-season NLL report card is out, and the Rock receive his only A+, but the Knighthawks at 6-3 are rocking the same record as a year ago prior to their Champions Cup run.

March 3, 2015
Nike/LM HS South Region Report: Florida to Fall?
Will Florida teams fall out of national significance with rules against non-NFHS teams in place? That and more from the first region in action in boys' and girls' high school lacrosse.

March 3, 2015
Boyle Point: Early Recruiting Reality Check
Columnist Ryan Boyle sees more poaching, decision reversals in the future as long as players are committing to college processes so early in their high school careers.

March 3, 2015
Gilroy Becomes Gators' Scoring Leader in Loyola Win
With a team-high five goals while the Greyhounds locked on Tewaaraton nominees Shannon Gilroy and Nora Barry, Nicole Graziano led Florida to a 3-0 all-time series record against Loyola.

March 3, 2015
Tuesdays w/ Corey: More Denver, Albany's Long Trip Home
More tidbits from Pioneers offensive coordinator Matt Brown and company, plus Albany goes where no lacrosse team has gone by bus before.

March 2, 2015
Nike/LM Division I Women's Top 20
Boston College and Duke vaulted ahead in this week's Nike/LM DI Women's Top 20, with the Blue Devils at No. 2 behind Maryland and Eagles up to No. 4 after defeating Syracuse.

March 2, 2015
Division II Notebook: True Team Effort for Lake Erie
Lake Erie rookie head coach Steve Gartelman may have been in over his head in the fall, but thanks to a cagey senior class, Gartelman and the Storm are off to an undefeated start.

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
NLL Notes: Billings, Rock Far Apart in Contract Talks
With contract talks at an impasse, the likelihood of Garrett Billings - who seemed on course for an MVP season before a torn ACL last winter - rejoining the East-leading Rock seems less likely by the day.

March 1, 2015
ICYMI: Culver Connection in Princeton-Hopkins Classic
Zach Currier's coming-out party Saturday came as no surprise to Jon Posner, who had 24 of his Culver Academy players piled up on his living room floor watching their former teammate go beast mode.

March 1, 2015
ICYMI: The Toughest Job in Sports
Looking back at the weekend in women's Division I lacrosse and why there's no tougher job in sports than officiating women's lacrosse.

March 1, 2015
No. 5 Duke Cruises Past Notre Dame With Ease
Behind five goals from senior Katie Trees, the Blue Devils trumped the Irish 17-3 in both teams' ACC opener. Notre Dame's only scorer was Cortney Fortunato.

March 1, 2015
Syracuse Dominates in Annual Showdown With Virginia
Kevin Rice starred as Syracuse jumped out to a big early lead and cruised to victory on Sunday, taking a 15-9 win over Virginia and making its case for No. 1 in the land.

March 1, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Syracuse, Duke Dominate Brunch
Syracuse took a big win over Virginia at the Carrier Dome and Duke dominated Notre Dame in Durham in the early headlining games on the first day of March.

February 28, 2015
BC Blanks Treanor, Tops Syracuse for First Time
Caroline Margolis scored a career-high four goals and Boston College shut down Syracuse star Kayla Treanor in a 10-9 upset Saturday in ACC women’s lacrosse action at the Carrier Dome.

February 28, 2015
Spoiler Alert: Princeton Beats Johns Hopkins in OT Classic
The Tigers went on the game's final run, scoring four of the last five goals, to edge Johns Hopkins in a 16-15 overtime bout at Homewood Field. Catch it on TV if you'd like.

February 28, 2015
Guterding's Nine Points Lead No. 4 Duke by No. 12 Harvard
Freshman Justin Guterding had six goals and three helpers as fourth-ranked Duke improved to 4-1 with a 21-14 win over No 12 Harvard in Durham.

February 28, 2015
Cornell Uses 10-2 Run to Top Albany at Patriot Cup
Connor Buczek had five goals and an assist as Cornell rallied from an early 3-1 deficit to post a 16-9 victory at the Patriot Cup in Texas over Albany.

February 28, 2015
Monmouth Tops Rutgers for First-Ever Program Victory
Bryce Wasserman and Tyler Keen each scored three as Monmouth recorded its first victory in program history, 10-9 over Rutgers.

February 28, 2015
Bill Answers Call as UNC Tops Northwestern
Maggie Bill scored all three of her goals in the final 14 minutes as No. 2 North Carolina edged No. 6 Northwestern 12-11.

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
Stanford 'Starting to Show Character,' Tops Ohio State
After upsetting Notre Dame, there was no letdown Saturday, as Stanford gutted out a 12-10 road win at Ohio State behind five goals from Kelsey Murray. The Cardinal improved to 3-0 for the first time since 2011.

February 28, 2015
Gallery: Stanford Takes 12-10 Win Over Ohio State (WD1)
Five goals from Kelsey Murray helped No. 13 Stanford hold off No. 15 Ohio State on the road, 12-10. Photos by Brandon Claflin.

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
Storm Brewing: No. 8 Lake Erie Stuns No. 4 Le Moyne
No. 4 Le Moyne had not lost a non-conference home game since 2001. Until today, that is, as No. 8 Lake Erie snapped that streak with a 7-6 win.

February 28, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Full Speed Ahead Saturday
Just about every team in the country is in action as the first full slate across all three divisions gets going in college lacrosse, headlined by some marquee contests.

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 27, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: Carolina On Our Minds
Northwestern visits North Carolina in a game Saturday featuring two Nike/LM Top 10 teams looking to rebound from losses. Listen to the LM team's take on that and other games around the country.

February 27, 2015
North Carolina Knocks No. 1 Pioneers Off Perch
Maligned by penalties, Denver suffered its first loss of the season Friday, as fifth-ranked North Carolina rode a third-quarter surge to a 12-10 victory.

February 27, 2015
A Beautiful Mind: Inside Matt Brown's Denver Offense
The heir apparent to a Pioneers program among the best in the land, Matt Brown has built a tremendous system in Denver. LM's Corey McLaughlin picks Brown's brain in this March edition special.

February 27, 2015
High Point Offense More Than Two-Trick Pony
The third-year Panthers are evolving quickly as a program, plus updates on Virginia and Lyle Thompson in Gary Lambrecht's weekly NCAA Division I men's notebook.

February 27, 2015
Morning Jac: Saint Leo Embraces Wounded Warrior
When Lance Corporal Larry Bailey entered the Saint Leo team dinner on Thursday night, the Lions' Wounded Warrior Game against LIU Post on Friday night took on a whole new importance.

February 26, 2015
Tewaaraton Watchlist Features Five Returning Finalists
Returning Tewaaraton winners Taylor Cummings and Lyle Thompson were among the 50 selected for the first watchlist for the annual award, announced in New York City Thursday evening.

February 26, 2015
Inside the March Edition of Lacrosse Magazine
Louisville's Kaylin Morissette and her draw wizardry are just one part of a look at next level thinking anchoring Lacrosse Magazine's March 2015 issue. See what's inside!

February 26, 2015
The Specialist: Louisville's Kaylin Morissette
Taking the draw to the next level is the name of the game for our cover subject this month, who hones her timing with light drills and quickness-building exercises.

February 26, 2015
MCLA Notes: Colorado Squads Get Look at One Another
Rivals Colorado and Colorado State won't face off until April, but both were in Texas this weekend to face Texas State and UConn.

February 26, 2015
WCLA Notes: Strength of Schedule No Trouble for UCLA
UCLA already has some big wins and more big games to come - but that was all on purpose for the preseason No. 1 Bruins.

February 26, 2015
NLL Notes: Calgary's Deep Hole; Inscrutable Bandits
After ending its winless streak to start the year, Calgary's road doesn't get easier, and Buffalo is a tough team to read as the season approaches the midpoint.

February 25, 2015
Nike/LM HS Preview: Mid-Atlantic Top 10 and Players to Watch
Both national No. 1 teams — Gonzaga (D.C.) and McDonogh (Md.) — are in the Mid-Atlantic as the season begins. How does the rest of the landscape look?

February 25, 2015
Nike/LM HS Preview: Northeast Top 10 and Players to Watch
Darien (Conn.) and Manhasset (N.Y.) headline the Northeast. Where do the other teams rank in the loaded region?

February 25, 2015
Senior-Heavy Duke Adapts as Coach Fights Cancer
Duke's upset of Northwestern was by no means conventional, according to coach Kerstin Kimel. Plus, Megan Schneider's two cents on Stanford's upset of Notre Dame.

February 25, 2015
Energy Burst Lifts Loyola Past Hopkins in OT
Loyola didn't lead until 5:01 was remaining in the second half. What inspired them to push forward to top their Charles Street rival?

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
Yale Quick to Put Maryland Win in Rear-View
Yale hadn't beaten Maryland since Calvin Coolidge was in office, but the Elis have tried to put the win behind them much quicker, looking forward instead of relishing the victory.

February 25, 2015
Nike/LM HS Preview: West Top 10 and Players to Watch
Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.) and Amador Valley (Calif.) anchor the preseason West region Top 10, with players from all over the biggest region in the country landing on our watchlists.

February 25, 2015
Nike/LM HS Preview: South Top 10 and Players to Watch
Lake Highland Prep (Fla.) and Milton (Ga.) are the No. 1 squads in the South as the season gets underway. How does the rest of the region shape up?

February 25, 2015
Nike/LM HS Preview: Midwest Top 10 and Players to Watch
Culver (Ind.) and Loyola (Ill.) are the preseason No. 1 selections for the midwest region. Who else makes the Top 10 and top players from our Nike/LM High School Preview?

February 24, 2015
Nike/LM High School Boys' Preseason Top 25
Gonzaga has a stacked roster returning to one of the country's toughest leagues, and Culver has proven to be the Midwest's best year-in and year-out. Who do you put on top?

February 24, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 8 Franklin & Marshall
An underclassmen-heavy roster should be strong at the midfield, but can the Diplomats challenge for an NCAA crown?

February 24, 2015
Nike/LM High School Girls' Preseason Top 25
Already holding a national record for consecutive wins, McDonogh had to reload once again after a top class graduated. Would you bet against the Eagles?

February 24, 2015
Jones, Mammoth Overcome Gear Woes in Win
Diverted gear from wintry travel issues didn't stop Adam Jones and other members of the Colorado Mammoth from performing well in a win over New England.

February 24, 2015
Gallery: Syracuse Women Edge UVA in ACC Tilt
Syracuse and Virginia opened ACC play with a nail-biter at the Carrier Dome, with the Orange eking out the 14-13 victory. Photos by Larry Palumbo.

February 24, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Nicky Galasso's Comeback
It's been a long road, dotted with multiple injuries and a high-profile transfer. But former Long Island high school star Nicky Galasso is finally healthy and comfortable in the Syracuse offense.

February 24, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 7 Gettysburg
With a determined group of seniors, can the Bullets can back to the final four?

February 23, 2015
Syracuse Opens ACC Slate With 14-13 Win Over Virginia
Kayla Treanor had a seven-point showing - in spite of a gasp-inducing collission with a UVa defender - to help Syracuse hold off the Cavaliers, 14-13.

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
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 22, 2015
ICYMI: Holy Cross and the Season of Upsets
Historically speaking, Holy Cross had no business beating Loyola. But first-year coach Judd Latimore's brains-over-brawn approach has the Crusaders creeping into Top 20 territory.

February 22, 2015
Donahue, Williams Anchor Syracuse Win Over Army
Dylan Donahue had five goals and an assist and Ben Williams won 21 faceoffs to as No. 2 Syracuse held off a game Army team in a 12-9 victory.

February 22, 2015
ICYMI: Where Have the Saves Gone?
Over the last decade, save percentages in women's lacrosse have plummeted. Denver's Hannah Hook is one of the rare ones above a .500 save percentage.

February 22, 2015
Maryland Outlasts Carolina in No. 1 vs. No. 2 Redo
After Saturday's showdown was halted due to snow, the Maryland-North Carolina game lived up to the hype. The Terps won 13-11.

February 22, 2015
Greenfield's OT Strike Lifts Marquette Past Richmond
Jordan Greenfield's sixth goal of the contest was the winner, as Marquette stayed perfect on the year by edging Richmond 11-10 in OT on the road.

February 22, 2015
Gallery: Yale Edges Maryland for First Time Since 1925 (MD1)
Conrad Oberbeck led the way as Yale earned its first win over the Terrapins in 90 years. Photos by Don Clark.

February 22, 2015
Gallery: No. 2 Notre Dame Routs Michigan (MD1)
No. 2 Notre Dame left little doubt in a matchup between two midwest programs, taking a 17-8 victory on the road. Photos by Daryl Marshke

February 21, 2015
Slifer Career-High Leads Princeton Upset
Erin Slifer had a career-high five goals as No. 15 Princeton knocked off No. 9 Loyola 10-8 in the season opener for both teams.

February 21, 2015
Mid-Game Run Helps Albany Open With Win Over Drexel
Freshman Connor Fields had six points in his debut as Albany opened with a win over Drexel in Philadelphia.

February 21, 2015
Villanova Takes 11-7 Win Over No. 16 Penn State
Villanova earned its first win of the season, taking an 11-7 victory over visiting Penn State on a snowy Saturday in suburban Pennsylvania.

February 21, 2015
Holy Cross Hands Loyola First-Ever Patriot League Loss
The Crusaders are 2-0 and rang up a major league win, topping No. 8 Loyola on a snowy afternoon at Ridley Athletic Complex, 13-12.

February 20, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: Frosty February Continues
It's another weekend of action, with a 1-vs-2 contest in College Park anchoring the slate. What does Lacrosse Magazine's staff look forward to watching?

February 20, 2015
Ozer Leads Stanford Upset of Notre Dame
Rachel Ozer had four goals Friday, as No. 18 Stanford knocked off No. 10 Notre Dame 12-10 despite getting outshot 37-16.

February 20, 2015
Second-Quarter Surge Lifts Cornell over Hobart
Domenic Massimilian was masterful, as ninth-ranked Cornell busted open a tie game in the second quarter en route to a 16-8 win Friday over Hobart.

February 20, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 2 Trinity
The Bantams have had a tremendous run of success, but with former coach Kate Livesay back at her alma mater Middlebury, how will they fare under new leadership?

February 20, 2015
Is This Selena Lasota BTB Goal the Best Ever?
If ESPNW is asking the question, perhaps we should all consider the possibility that the Northwestern freshman has done something for the ages.

February 20, 2015
NCAA Notes: Marquette Riding Momentum in Strong Start
With a pair of Top 20 wins and a first-ever spot in the rankings, Marquette is riding high in the early going in 2015.

February 20, 2015
NLL Weekend: Do or Die for New England, Calgary
With the season approaching its midpoint, can the Black Wolves and Roughnecks recover and join the race to the playoffs?

February 20, 2015
Gallery: Duke Pulls Away from Northwestern (WD1)
Duke took its first victory over Northwestern since 2006 Thursday, pulling away with a 6-2 second half. Photos by TD Paulius.

February 19, 2015
No. 8 Duke Springs Big Road Win Over No. 5 Northwestern
Led by big games from Kerrin Maurer and Katie Trees, Duke took a big early-season win, topping fifth-ranked Northwestern 15-9 in Illinois.

February 19, 2015
BIg Ten Network Schedule Features 25 Games
The first season of Big Ten lacrosse will be featured prominently on the Big Ten Network, with 25 men's and women's games on TV and another 30 streamed via BTN Plus.

February 19, 2015
WCLA Notes: Michigan Shines in Santa Barbara
Michigan's defense was spectacular as the Santa Barbara Shootout saw huge turnout kick off the WCLA calendar in California.

February 19, 2015
Gallery: Loyola Out-Guns Towson in Matinee (MD1)
Loyola improved to 2-1 on the season with an explosive offensive showing, out-pacing Towson 15-11 on the road. Photos by John Strohsacker.

February 19, 2015
Off the Field: At Home With Penn's Meg Markham
Penn's All-American defender and reigning Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year has a girly side. You wouldn't know it by the way she plays.

February 19, 2015
MCLA Notes: Georgia Tech off to Hot Start
A 4-0 kick-off to the year has Georgia Tech already on the verge of a conference crown in February, while neighbor Reinhardt and Arizona State have also started hot.

February 19, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 3 Middlebury
It's the last hurrah for Hall of Fame coach Missy Foote. Can the Panthers send her off on a championship note?

February 19, 2015
Northwestern Finds Its Stride With Increased Competition
Playing such close games in the regular season, like their season opener against USC, is a recent phenomenon for a Northwestern program that was accustomed to dominating the action this decade.

February 18, 2015
NLL Notes: Rock's Hot Start Wouldn't Surprise Sanderson
At 6-1, Toronto is off to its best start in ages, but owner and interim GM Jamie Dawick says that wouldn't have surprised Terry Sanderson, the late architect of this year's roster.

February 18, 2015
Loyola's Early, Often Offense Too Much for Towson
The eighth-ranked Greyhounds scored the game's first four goals and didn't look back in a rare mid-day, mid-week game against local rival Towson that featured goalie changes by both sides.

February 18, 2015
Women’s Wednesday: Inside Look at the Delaware Stunner
What happened in Delaware's upset of then-No. 18 Georgetown? Plus a preview of this weekend's highly anticipated matchup between No. 1 Maryland and No. 2 North Carolina.

February 18, 2015
Penn State Looks to Overcome 'Hiccup' vs. Loyola
At home in the Big Ten now, Penn State doesn't have to stress about high-RPI contests being its only ticket to the dance. But the Nittany Lions still have a lot of growing to do.

February 18, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 4 Cortland
Their head coach is gone, and with her the DIII Attacker of the Year. But the last team to beat two-time defending champion Salisbury is still a force to be reckoned with.

February 18, 2015
Morning Jac: Rollins Uses Road Trips to Cope
It's been a long two weeks since senior captain Will Hauver's untimely death rocked Rollins. And it's never a fun drive to Limestone. But the Tars can't wait to get on the bus.

February 17, 2015
Meat and Potatoes Haus is Flashy Short-Stick D-Mid
Attack the shorty is the common refrain on lacrosse fields across the country. But Duke senior Will Haus, humble off the field, is not your normal short-stick defensive midfielder on it. He's a threat.

February 17, 2015
Penn Erases Five-Goal Deficit, Beats SJU in OT
Nick Doktor scored the overtime game-winning goal as Penn opened its season with a victory, narrowly edging the upset-minded Saint Joseph's Hawks.

February 17, 2015
NLL's Mammoth, Swarm Deal with Dud of a Weekend
With a shot at pulling into the top end of their respective conferences, Colorado and Minnesota sputtered with 0-2 weekends.

February 17, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 5 Amherst
With a small but notable class gone after last year's semifinal run, how will Amherst recover for 2015's NESCAC gauntlet?

February 17, 2015
Virginia Freshman Mike D'Amario Found
Mike D'Amario, the 2014 Nike/LM Northeast Player of the Year and a freshman attackman at Virginia, was reported missing Monday and found on Tuesday morning.

February 16, 2015
Division II Men's Notebook: Limestone Finds Itself
Something just wasn't right in the Saints' opener against Lenoir-Rhyne, but Limestone regained its dominant form against Tampa. Plus, Belmont Abbey, Mount Olive and Bracket Watch.

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
Orange Offense Heats Up in 14-6 Win Over Cornell
Fourth-ranked Syracuse started slow but broke open the 100th meeting with central New York foe Cornell to earn a top-10 win.

February 15, 2015
ICYMI: Denver-Duke and Trouble with Live Streams
The Denver-Duke game had all the makings of a great TV game. Instead, it was a missed opportunity, writes Matt DaSilva, who examines the key results and performances from the weekend.

February 15, 2015
ICYMI: Does Snowcrosse Help Anyone?
The first full weekend of college women's lacrosse featured snow-covered fields and sub-freezing temperatures. Why?

February 14, 2015
Margolis Keys No. 7 BC Rally Past Hopkins
Caroline Margolis scored three goals and No. 7 Boston College held No. 14 Johns Hopkins scoreless in the second half in a 9-5 victory.

February 14, 2015
Northwestern Holds Off Virginia in Georgia, 6-5
Keeping its composure down the stretch, No. 5 Northwestern held off No. 6 Virginia 6-5 in an early thriller down in Georgia.

February 14, 2015
Top-Ranked Denver Opens With 17-13 Win Over No. 3 Duke
In a rematch of last year's NCAA semifinal, No. 1 Denver rallied for a 17-13 victory over No. 3 Duke at Kennesaw State University.

February 14, 2015
No Contest: No. 1 Limestone Blasts No. 2 Tampa
It was a game between the top two teams in Division II, but it was a day owned by defending national champion Limestone.

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 13, 2015
Weekend Preview Podcast: Doubleheader in Georgia
Lacrosse Magazine's staff chats up an unusually busy Valentine's Day weekend in lacrosse - what will you be watching?

February 13, 2015
Albany Media Day: Lyle Looking to Become Leader
Coach Scott Marr and reigning Tewaaraton co-winner Lyle Thompson were on hand for Albany's media day Friday. Unsurprisingly, the focus was on Thompson, who admitted he may have to "do a little more coaching."

February 13, 2015
Southern Exposure: All Eyes on Limestone-Tampa
For the first time, the South region will feature a game between the two top-ranked teams in the country when the Saints and Spartans tangle on Saturday.

February 13, 2015
#LMRanks DII Women's Preview: No. 1 Adelphi
They have a new coach, but the Panthers play in a world in which undefeated seasons are the norm. The rest of Division II can only try their best and hope to derail the dynasty.

February 12, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 9 Geneseo
Making the NCAA's quarterfinal round for the first time a year ago, the Knights hope to build and grow with a young but talented lineup.

February 12, 2015
Duke Coach Kerstin Kimel Battling Breast Cancer
Duke women’s lacrosse coach Kerstin Kimel has breast cancer, the university said Thursday. She is in the treatment stage of her recovery and will continue to coach the Blue Devils.

February 12, 2015
NCAA Notes: Anatomy of a Towson Upset
Gary Lambrecht looks at Tuesday's upset win for Towson over Johns Hopkins, Army's strong start and Virginia's level-headed defense in this week's notebook.

February 12, 2015
Highlights: Towson Tops JHU for First Time Since '96
Towson scored a huge upset over preseason No. 5 Johns Hopkins on Tuesday night, and Lax.com was on hand for the highlight reel of the Tigers' 7-5 victory.

February 12, 2015
#LMRanks DII Women's Preview: No. 2 Lock Haven
Plenty of power returns for the NCAA runner-up, but can they wrestle the title off Long Island for the first time in six years?

February 11, 2015
Towson Loss Latest Swing in Emotional Start for Hopkins
Flat-footed against a game Towson team in its second game of 2015, Johns Hopkins is still figuring itself out following the late January death of freshman defenseman Jeremy Huber.

February 11, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a USA Hooded Sweatshirt
Enter for a chance to win a USA hoodie from Sportabella in LaxMagazine.com's Gear Up contest.

February 11, 2015
Highlights: Virginia Edges Loyola in Baltimore
Lax.com was on hand for the Virginia win over Loyola at Ridley Athletic Complex on Saturday - with full video highlights from the one-goal thriller.

February 11, 2015
Top Chef Winner Richard Blais - Lax and Molecular Madness
Richard Blais, winner of Bravo's "Top Chef: All-Stars" and host of Food Network's "Hungry Games" dishes with Lacrosse Magazine in this month's lifestyles interview.

February 11, 2015
Gallery: Towson Upends No. 5 Johns Hopkins (MD1)
Towson earned its first win over Baltimore neighbor Johns Hopkins since 1996 on Tuesday evening under the lights. Photos by John Strohsacker.

February 11, 2015
NLL Notes: Buffalo's Benesch Reaches 600 Club
Ryan Benesch reached the rare 600-point plateau, but that didn't make the Bandits' travel woes any easier this week in snowy upstate N.Y.

February 11, 2015
Women’s Wednesday: February Games to Watch
After an exciting weekend early this season, February lacrosse games continue on. Which teams have a lot at stake this month?

February 11, 2015
#LMRanks DII Women's Preview: No. 3 Lindenwood
The rapid ascent of the Lions took a big leap with a shock of unbeaten Limestone and NCAA semifinals trip. How do they hope to encore?

February 10, 2015
Towson Upsets No. 5 Johns Hopkins 7-5
The Tigers beat Johns Hopkins for the first time in nearly 20 years on Tuesday night in a low-scoring affair.

February 10, 2015
Tuesdays with Corey: Late Winter Games to Watch
February lacrosse is back again, with several important matchups upcoming. Plus, a look at the first big weekend of the Division I men's season.

February 10, 2015
#LMranks DII Women's Preview: No. 4 Limestone
After a shocking fall in the NCAA tournament to Lindenwood, the Saints look to reload and have the tools to do it, though the South isn't getting any easier.

February 10, 2015
Duke Trio Still Out as Blue Devils Work with New Mix
With a big senior class graduated and three projected starters still suspended for this weekend, a new-look Duke group will take on preseason No. 1 Denver in Georgia.

February 10, 2015
Lax.com Highlight Trio to Start 2015
We'll be sharing video highlights from Lax.com all season - starting with these reels from Colgate-Bryant, Army-UMass and High Point-Delaware from the past two weekends.

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
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 9, 2015
Weekend Rewind: 5 Teams Everyone's Talking About
Call it February Fever. The first big weekend of the college lacrosse season did not disappoint. Sixty-one games in, here are five surprise teams everyone is talking about. Are they for real?

February 9, 2015
Florida's Headgear Mandate Goes Into Effect
All eyes are on Florida, where the FHSAA's decision to require head protection for all girls' lacrosse players has everyone adjusting on the fly with games starting Monday.

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
#LMRanks DII Women's Preview: No. 5 LIU Post
Rebuilding? That's what other schools do. How will the Pioneers re-tool after graduating a monster group that took two NCAA crowns?

February 8, 2015
#LMRanks DII Women's Preview: No. 15-6 Breakdown
Plenty of danger lurks outside of the Top 5 - if you doubt, look no further than Lindenwood's surprise semifinal run in '14. Who are the potential dark horses?

February 8, 2015
Hopkins Edges Marquette in OT Thriller in Texas
The first ever DI women's lacrosse game in Houston was a dandy, as Johns Hopkins edged Marquette in double-overtime.

February 8, 2015
Ratcliff Retires as One of NLL's All-Time Greats
A look back at the career of Lewis Ratcliff, who recently announced his retirement after a career that saw him score over 400 goals in the NLL.

February 8, 2015
#LMLive Gameday: Sunday
After a full and wild first significant Saturday of the season, a handful of contests await lacrosse fans, including Duke and Air Force in Durham.

February 7, 2015
North Carolina Defeats First Top Five Opponent in Florida
After recovering from a 2014 season trodden by injuries, the Tar Heels topped the Gators 17-11 with a second-half surge.

February 7, 2015
Virginia Fends Off Loyola Rally to Win Opener
The Cavaliers' first midfield line and an inexperienced defense came through in a 13-12 win in Baltimore on Saturday.

February 7, 2015
Syracuse Women Sweep Rare Double-Header at Home
The Orange win in a pair of blowouts in a rare double-header at the Carrier Dome, dominating No. 19 Denver before a nightcap win over Canisius.

February 7, 2015
Gallery: Virginia Edges Loyola in Thriller (MD1)
For the second straight season, Virginia took a nail-biting February win over Loyola, this time in Baltimore. Photos by John Strohsacker.

February 7, 2015
Gallery: Delaware Nips Bucknell at Home (MD1)
The Blue Hens evened their record at 1-1 by rallying for a come-from-behind win against Bucknell at home. Photos by Kevin P. Tucker.

February 7, 2015
Pietramala JHU All-Time Winningest With Win Over UMBC
Johns Hopkins downed UMBC 16-4 in the emotional wake of the death of freshman Jeremy Huber, earning coach Dave Pietramala a record 159th victory at Homewood.

February 7, 2015
Lacrosse Magazine #LMLive Gameday
A pair of Top 10 games -- Virginia-Loyola men and North Carolina-Florida women -- headline the first big Saturday of the season.

February 7, 2015
Crawford Stings for Swarm With OT Winner vs. Rochester
Callum Crawford's overtime strike was the difference as Minnesota took a win over the defending champion Knighthawks at home, 7-6

February 7, 2015
NCAA Notes: Big Opener for Cavaliers and Greyhounds
Loyola and Virginia are opening against each other the second straight season - can they possibly match the excitement of last year's thriller in Charlottesville?

February 6, 2015
Your Edge: Do or Die Ride with Kelly Rabil
The U.S. Women's team used a monster full-field ride to grind down opponents on the way to gold in Oshawa two summers ago. Kelly Rabil shows how its done from our February issue.

February 6, 2015
Three Projected Duke Starters Indefinitely Suspended
Nike/Lacrosse Magazine preseason No. 3 Duke will begin the season without attackman Kyle Keenan, long-stick midfielder Brian Dailey and defenseman Chris Coady, who are serving indefinite suspensions for undisclosed reasons.

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 6, 2015
Luke Miller: DII Men's Preseason Player of the Year
NYIT's Luke Miller has done everything his older brothers have done and more on the lacrosse field - save winning an NCAA crown. He hopes to remedy that as a senior.

February 6, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: No. 1 Limestone
The first program to win a title from the south, Limestone repeated the feat for the first time in 12 years in 2014. Can they continue to spearhead the rapidly-growing region?

February 6, 2015
Jackie Andersen: DII Women's Preseason Player of the Year
The Dowling star's lacrosse career almost never was. The Golden Lions are sure glad LM's DII Women's Lacrosse Preseason Player of the Year finally picked up a stick in 7th grade.

February 5, 2015
Report: Rollins' Hauver Died from Flu Complications
Rollins' lacrosse captain Will Hauver, who died suddenly on Monday, died of complications from the flu, according to a report in The Baltimore Sun.

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
Bethany Baer: DIII Women's Preseason Player of the Year
She's knotted with her brother, having won two titles already in her collegiate career. Can she pull ahead by leading Salisbury to a third straight crown?

February 5, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: No. 2 Tampa
In just three years of existence, the Spartans have ascended to the heights of Division II. Will Tampa build off of last year's semifinal run or will they remain second fiddle to Limestone in the South?

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
#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 4, 2015
Ohio State's Myers Named U.S. U-19 Men's Coach for '16
The Buckeyes head man is the first collegiate coach to be named to lead a U-19 team for the United States - which consist of college freshmen and high school seniors at tournament time.

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
Warrior Updates Plan for Regulator Helmet Exchanges
The lacrosse equipment manufacturer has announced new replacement guidelines and a partnership with retailer Lacrosse Unlimited.

February 4, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: No. 3 LIU Post
LIU Post took a surprise ticket to the dance and parlayed it into a shot at the national title. The Pioneers came up short, but now they have both the experience and talent to take another shot.

February 4, 2015
After Rough Offseason, Maryland Ready to Get to Work
Transfers, legal troubles and academic issues for star players made the span between last year's semifinals appearance and this year's beginning tough for Maryland. But don't count out the Terps just yet.

February 4, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: Best Bet All-Americans
Only three return from last spring's All-America selection for DIII women's, meaning a wide-open field awaits the best of 2015. Who do we project leading the way for their teams?

February 3, 2015
Highlights from U.S. Women vs. Syracuse and Maryland
The U.S. Women swept NCAA finalists Syracuse and Maryland in split-squad scrimmages at Champions Challenge in Florida. Highlights by LM's Josh Rottman.

February 3, 2015
ESPN Schedule for 2015 Features 28 Ranked Programs
The ESPN family of networks will broadcast 48 men's and 20 women's regular season contests in addition to a full slate of post-season offerings.

February 3, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: Best Bet All-Americans
Who would you take for your starting lineup from all of Division II? We've made our picks for preseason All-America.

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 3, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: No. 4 Adelphi
The Panthers are still on the prowl for their eighth championship, snapping their 13-year dry spell. Does Adelphi have enough to power its way through the North?

February 3, 2015
#LMRanks DII Women's Preview: Best Bet All Americans
There are several women in place to take the helm of 'tops in DII women's lacrosse' with Jackie Sileo graduated. Here are our best bets for who will have All-America caliber seasons.

February 2, 2015
NLL's Rock Enjoying Hot Start Thanks to "Miller Time"
After plying his trade all over the continent, Brandon Miller is making the most of his gig this spring with the Toronto Rock, just an hour from his Orangeville, Ontario home.

February 2, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: Best Bet All-Americans
There's a long season ahead of us, and anyone can make their name between now and Memorial Day. But we've got our picks for who we think the top dogs for the year are and will be.

February 2, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: Best Bet All-Americans
As the season gets underway, who do Lacrosse Magazine's staff think are the best bets to make the All-America team at the end of the season?

February 2, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: No. 5 Le Moyne
It was another strong year for the Dolphins even with the quarterfinal ouster. The Northeast-10 and the North region are once again loaded with contenders, but Le Moyne is certainly among that group.

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.

February 1, 2015
High Point Uses Big Second Half to Top Delaware
High Point took a big season-opening win at home over Delaware behind 13 points from juniors Matt Thistle and Dan Lomas.

February 1, 2015
North Carolina Opens With Win Over James Madison
James Madison proved a game foe, but No. 2 North Carolina made a late push for a win in both team's first game of 2015.

February 1, 2015
Gallery: Rochester Tops Buffalo at Home (NLL)
Three-time defending champion Rochester got back to .500 with a win over western New York neighbor Buffalo Saturday night. Photos by Larry Palumbo.

February 1, 2015
Taylor Cummings: Division I Women Preseason Player of Year
Only entering her junior year, Taylor Cummings has already reached the pinnacle of women's lacrosse. How will she continue to set the tone for the sport?

February 1, 2015
#LMRanks DIII Women's Preview: No. 20-11 Breakdown
Plenty of danger lurks outside of the Top 10 in DIII women's lacrosse this spring. We kick off their portion of our #LMRanks preseason coverage with a look at the bottom half of the Nike/LM Top 20.

February 1, 2015
Gallery: Richmond and Robert Morris Scrimmage
As the season approaches, Richmond and Robert Morris scrimmaged at St. Paul's School in Baltimore. Photos by John Strohsacker.

February 1, 2015
Gallery: Buffalo Tops Swarm Behind First Star Jerome Thompson
The Buffalo Bandits captured a key East win Friday evening as Jerome Thompson starred to help top his younger brother Miles and the Swarm. Photos by Larry Palumbo.

January 31, 2015
#LMRanks DII Men's Preview: No. 15-6 Breakdown
Our Division II men's lacrosse 2015 preview kicks off with a breakdown of the sharks circling the water outside of the Top 5 - teams No. 15-6 in our Nike/LM preseason rankings.

January 31, 2015
Gallery: Navy Visits Virginia for Final Scrimmage
The Naval Academy and Virginia faced off in Charlottesville on a crisp final January day in a final tune-up before the college season kicks off for both. Photos by Rich Barnes.

January 31, 2015
Lyle Thompson: Division I Men Preseason Player of Year
It's the last hurrah at Albany for Lyle Thompson, whose name is already all over the record book and plays etched into our minds.

January 31, 2015
Thompsons Shine as Buffalo Outlasts Minnesota
Jerome Thompson was the game's first star as Buffalo withstood a late Swarm rally in a 15-12 victory at home.

January 30, 2015
Your Edge: Step, Hold, React With Tori DeSecenza
Ohio State All-American goalie Tori DeScenza assesses each free position shot individually, a method she shared for LM's readers in our January issue.

January 30, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 1 Denver
Denver has been building its program to among the tops in the land - will 2015 be the year the Pioneers put it all together and take the NCAA crown westward?

January 30, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: No. 1 Maryland
The Terrapins return a ton of talent - including Tewaaraton finalist Megan Douty and winner Taylor Cummings - from last year's championship team. Can anyone take them?

January 30, 2015
Friends, Family, Teammates Remember Huber at Vigil
About 500 people, including family, friends and teammates of Jeremy Huber, gathered Thursday night at Homewood Field for a candlelight vigil to remember the life of the Johns Hopkins freshman defenseman. He was 18.

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 30, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: Enemy Lines on Top 5
Want to earn a win against one of the Top 5 in this year's Nike/LM DI women's Top 5? You'll have to go a bit deeper than "shut off Cummings, Treanor and Gilroy".

January 30, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: Enemy Lines on the Top 5
Every team has at least a few weaknesses. We know because we got coaches who have to game plan for them to spill their secrets. What is the scouting report on the Top 5?

January 29, 2015
Inside the February Issue of Lacrosse Magazine
Our #LMRanks collegiate preview is in full swing, with Maryland star Taylor Cummings gracing the cover and a full look at the upcoming season from the staff of Lacrosse Magazine.

January 29, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 2 Notre Dame
The Fighting Irish were on the cusp a year ago, and bring back most of their NCAA finals lineup. Can they finally break through to their first title?

January 29, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: No. 2 North Carolina
With the freshmen who played key roles a year ago coming back with a season under their belts and some key players back healthy, can North Carolina challenge for another crown?

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 29, 2015
NLL Notes: Lefties Filling the Net for 3-0 Mammoth
John Grant Jr. and Adam Jones have been helped by Eli McLaughlin and Alex Turner as the left side of the Colordo offense has been humming in the young season.

January 29, 2015
Video: Dave Pietramala on Jeremy Huber's Passing
ABC 2 News in Baltimore spoke with Johns Hopkins head coach Dave Pietramala on the recent passing of freshman defenseman Jeremy Huber.

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 28, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: No. 3 Syracuse
The Orange made it all the way to the NCAA finals, but couldn't get past Maryland. With the Terrapins gone, can Kayla Treanor and Co. run to the top of the ACC?

January 28, 2015
Highlights: Team USA Blue-White Scrimmage
Team USA Blue defeated Team USA White 15-7 in an exhibition game at the US Lacrosse Champions Challenge in Naples, Fla., on Saturday, Jan. 17. Watch full highlights from US Lacrosse's YouTube channel.

January 28, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 3 Duke
WIth three NCAA championships in five years - can Duke come together once again and make a run at 'dynasty' status with a third consecutive crown?

January 28, 2015
Gear Up: Enter to Win a USA-Pattern Halo Headband
Enter for a chance to win a Halo I headband with stars and stripes pattern from LaxMagazine.com's Gear Up contest.

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 27, 2015
Grading the MLL Draft: Denver Headlines Once Again
The rich got richer at Friday night's Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft, as the Denver Outlaws hit all the right marks. How'd your team grade out in Phil Shore's opinion?

January 27, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: No. 4 Florida
The Gators have a new home (the Big East), but the same goal: Capturing that elusive NCAA crown. They have the top scorer in women's lacrosse - do they have a shot?

January 27, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 4 Syracuse
Plenty of offense is back for the Orange, but familiar questions linger on defense and at the face-off X. Will Syracuse rebound from its first round NCAA exit?

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 26, 2015
#LMRanks DI Men's Preview: No. 5 Johns Hopkins
A pair of Stanwicks, a top draw man, and a ton of returning starters besides, Johns Hopkins has quite a bit going for it as the season dawns. Can the Blue Jays get to the top?

January 26, 2015
Johns Hopkins Freshman Defenseman Huber Dies
Jeremy Huber, a freshman defenseman at Johns Hopkins, was found dead in his dorm room on campus. No foul play is suspected, but Baltimore authorities are conducting an investigation.

January 26, 2015
#LMRanks DI Women's Preview: No. 5 Northwestern
Every year, it seems, Northwestern has question marks entering the season. But every year, they put together another run with a tough-as-nails group. How will the Wildcats' first year in their home Big Ten go?

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
IWLCA Commits Significant Gift to US Lacrosse Capital Campaign
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) has made a leadership gift commitment to US Lacrosse that will help fund the construction of the new National Lacrosse Center in Sparks, Md.