Each week the USILA and BSN Sports names the National Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week in each division. Here are the honorees for the week of March 13-March 19, 2017.
As part of its strategic initiatives, St. Bonaventure University will add men's lacrosse to its NCAA athletics lineup beginning with the 2018-19 academic year.
There was very little volatility in the Under Armour MCLA Division I Coaches' Poll, with Georgia Tech staying comfortably on top. Nothing has changed at the top of the Division II Poll. Like last week, St. Thomas is followed by Concordia-Irvine and Grand Valley State.
Ryan Tierney equaled his season-high with four goals and Jack Concannon made 17 saves to lead the seventh-ranked Hofstra Pride to an 11-9 victory over the Seawolves of Stony Brook at James M. Shuart Stadium Tuesday night.
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Cal Dearth matched a program record with seven points and James Burr matched a career high with four goals, as the No. 19 Boston University men's lacrosse team defeated Harvard, 13-8, on Tuesday night at Nickerson Field.
With a 15-goal first half and 13 players scoring goals, the #8 UAlbany men's lacrosse team earned its fifth consecutive victory with a 20-11 road win over Canisius on Tuesday.
Katie O'Donnell registered her third consecutive hat-trick to help lift No. 10 Penn State past No. 5 Princeton, 13-8, in non-conference action this afternoon from Sherrerd Field.
Weekly and cumulative listings of the players of the week for the 2017 season awarded by the conferences in men's and women's Division I are available.
The year's first Player Impact Ratings, based on individual statistics and team results through Sunday, March 19, are now available.
Anchoring the Buffaloes to a pair of wins to push their winning streak to six games, Colorado senior defensive midfielder Jay Snell has earned MCLA Division I Commanding Performance of the Week powered by Under Armour for the period ending March 19.
Sam Gravitte on the lacrosse field can be a blur. He's fast. He's the kind of fast that Princeton head men's lacrosse coach Matt Madalon says can outrun mistakes.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association has released its USILA/Nike Division I Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 20th.
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association has released its USILA/Nike Division II Men's Lacrosse Coaches' Poll for March 20th.
The Maryland Terrapins (7-0) extended their unbeaten streak and collected all 20 first-place votes in this week's IWLCA Division I Coaches' Poll. North Carolina (8-1) and Florida (7-1) stayed put in the second and third slots.
The Adelphi Panthers (4-0) top the IWLCA Division III Coaches' Poll, with 18 of 20 first-place votes, and this week the entire top 10 remained the same. The only significant mover in the poll was Pace, which jumped from #17 into the 14th spot.
How did the computer fare with predictions for this past weekend's games? Well, before we get to that, there's the little matter involving he who consults the computer ... who forgot to post the predictions on Friday. Not to fear. They were made, and you see them as part of the results below.
Here are some of the top high school boys' lacrosse games around the country as well as intersectional match-ups that might be of interest. The first two lists have the results for last week, and the second pair show the games on tap for this week.
In a high-scoring match, the second-ranked Tar Heels prevailed against No. 13 Northwestern, 17-12, on Sunday afternoon at Fetzer Field. With the win, UNC improves its record to 8-1.
The No. 1 Denver men's lacrosse program fell 16-7 to unbeaten and No. 18 Ohio State on Sunday night at Ohio Stadium.