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  BOSTON – Ryan Polley, an 11-year coaching veteran in New England and the defensive coordinator for this year’s Ivy League tournament champion, has been named the inaugural head men’s lacrosse coach at Boston University, it was announced today by Assistant Vice President and Director of Athletics Mike Lynch. Polley (POLE-ee) has spent the last [...]

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  PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Providence College Athletics Director Bob Driscoll announced today (June 21) that Chris Gabrielli has been named head men’s lacrosse coach. Gabrielli replaces Chris Burdick, who resigned in May after 14 seasons at the helm of the program. Gabrielli will be formally introduced at a news conference on Tuesday, June 26 at [...]

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  CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Boston University has formally accepted an invitation to join the Patriot League on July 1, 2013, for the 2013-14 academic year, Daniel H. Weiss, Chair of the Patriot League’s Council of Presidents and President of Lafayette College announced Friday. “Boston University is an outstanding addition to our membership as a [...]

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Augsburg College Adding Women’s Lacrosse

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  MINNEAPOLIS — Augsburg College is continuing its tradition of being a pioneer in women’s athletics by creating a varsity women’s lacrosse team, to begin play in the 2013-14 school year. Augsburg will be the first college or university in Minnesota to sponsor a varsity women’s lacrosse program. Augsburg continues to lead the field in [...]

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MCLA Rankings – 06/01/2012

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  Division I Division II 1.  Colorado State (275, 11 first-place votes) 1.  St. Thomas (250), 10 first-place votes) 2.  Cal Poly (264) 2.  Grand Valley (240) 3.  BYU (252) 3.  Dayton (229) 4.   Arizona State (236) 4.   Davenport (217) 5.  Chapman (231) 5.   Westminster (210) 6.  UCSB (219) 6.  St. John’s (199) 7.  Michigan State (203) 7. [...]

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Unranked at the beginning of the season, Loyola of Maryland is No. 1 at the end. Loyola beat the University of Maryland 9-3 on Monday to win the Division I Men’s Lacrosse National Championship, three months after the Greyhounds opened the season miffed at being overlooked in preseason polls. “We knew what we [...]

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Salisbury Wins Second Title In-A-Row

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Bradman wins back-to-back tournament MOP’s for Sea Gulls FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – A perfect 10. Sam Bradman made sure of it. The speedy senior midfielder scored six goals as unbeaten Salisbury defeated Cortland 14-10 to win the 2012 NCAA Men’s Division III Lacrosse Championship. What’s more, Bradman became the first player in DIII history to be [...]

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  Foxborough, Mass.—Vito DeMola‘s four goals with two assists led the Golden Lions to their first ever Men’s Lacrosse Division II National Championship; DeMola was named Most Outstanding Player.  The No. 4 seeded Dowling College (13-2) finished with an 11-10 win over the No. 3 seeded Limestone College Saints (17-2). The Golden Lions built a [...]

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US Lacrosse and the MCLA have joined forces to create a Player of the Year Award which will recognize two elite MCLA players (Division I and II) who best meet the combined criteria of: Performance on the field Academic Performance Character and Sportsmanship Other Award Criteria: Player should be a First Team MCLA All American. 2nd [...]

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  First Team Attack Matt Cannone Salisbury University Erik Krum Salisbury University Jon Leanos Hamilton College Greg Wright SUNY Cortland Midfield Sam Bradman Salisbury University Ryan Clarke Salisbury University Rich Dupas Stevens Institute of Technology Kevin McCormick Tufts University LP Midfield Brandon Palladino Dickinson College SS Middie Dean Rossi Salisbury University Defense Matt Callahan Tufts [...]

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