A big second half in the draw circle proved the difference maker, as the No. 16 UMass lacrosse team rallied from a five-goal deficit to defeat Jacksonville 14-13 on Sunday afternoon at D.B. Milne Field.
Jack Kniffin scored six goals and Tewaaraton Award winner Dylan Molloy added four goals and four assists as #10 Brown ushered in the Mike Daly era with a 25-9 win over Quinnipiac.
Stetson was no match for Colorado, as the Buffs cruised to a 22-3 victory against the Hatters, earning their third straight win to start the season.
The Carrier Dome hosted a thriller on Saturday, with No. 6 Syracuse rallying from an early 6-1 deficit to score the winning goal with under 2 seconds remaining in a 10-9 defeat of No. 12 Albany.
Top-ranked Denver scored three goals in a span of 1:21 in the fourth quarter to pull away from the 14th-ranked Blue Devils for a 14-9 victory in front of a capacity crowd at Peter L. Barton Stadium Saturday afternoon.
The second-ranked North Carolina men's lacrosse team spotted Lehigh an early lead, running off five goals midway through the first quarter, en route to a 15-8 victory over the Mountain Hawks in Carolina's home opener Saturday afternoon.
Austin Henningsen won 13 of 17 faceoffs and tallied a career-high three points to lead the No. 2 Maryland men's lacrosse team to a resounding 19-5 victory over High Point Saturday at Maryland Stadium.
Kylie Ohlmiller had a career day for the Stony Brook women's lacrosse team, as she tallied seven goals and five assists in No. 6 Stony Brook's 20-5 win over Bryant Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium.
Career days from Caroline Cummings on the attacking end and Britt Brown in the cage propelled No. 11 Penn to a season-opening 9-7 win at Delaware.
Ten players scored as No. 13 Princeton opened the season with a dominating 19-3 win over Temple, on Saturday at Sherrerd Field as Class of 1952 Stadium.
Led by a deeper and more versatile roster than ever, the Bryant women's lacrosse team is ready to show off its new look in 2017, starting with a reloaded and locked in offense.
Ela Hazar had two goals and four assists and Molly Hendrick had four goals and one assist, as the top-ranked North Carolina women's lacrosse team defeated High Point, 16-6, on Friday evening at Fetzer Field.
The 2017 Colorado women's lacrosse season is off to an incredible start, as the Buffs (2-0) recorded their second win against a top-20 ranked team in as many games, knocking off the No. 16 UMass Minutewomen, 11-7, on Friday afternoon.
Charlotte Country Day School will host the 20th annual Lacrosse Jamboree on February 25th to benefit the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University.
The Lehigh women's lacrosse team finished last season with a stellar 13-5 record. Most of last season's key contributors return. With an additional year of experience and a talented group of freshmen, the Mountain Hawks look to continue raising their play this season.
Preseason lacrosse polls for eight Division III conferences were announced recently.
Preseason lacrosse polls for the Division III NEWMAC, Ohio (OAC), and Ohio River conferences were announced recently.
Preseason polls have been announced for the Centennial, Commonwealth Coast, Colonial States, Great Northeast, Liberty, and MIAA conferences.
The Boston University women's lacrosse team was defeated by No. 17 Boston College, 13-11, on Wednesday afternoon in the Terriers' season opener.
The No. 10 Notre Dame women's lacrosse team wrapped up a four-game home swing with a 21-9 victory over Marquette on Tuesday at Loftus Sports Center.