The 2013 NCAA Lacrosse tournament field will continue to help the sport reach its full potential.
Cornell stumbles, Pannell rumbles, traditional lacrosse powers crumble, new STL writer not very humble. Uncertainty and Rob Pannell are the only sure things in the 2013 NCAA men's lacrosse season. Check out the week that was and the week yet to come.
Villanova faced their sixth Top-20 opponent in 2013 on Saturday as the #4 Syracuse came to Villanova Stadium. The Wildcats used face-off domination to down the Orange 11-10 in Nova's first BIG EAST...
A potential move of Florida State to Division I could create a bit of a groundswell for southern lacrosse. Right now there's only two schools in the deep south that sponsor Division I men's lacrosse: Jacksonville and Mercer (and both were relatively recent additions to the level). The game is growing in that area of the country, and if Florida State drops the hammer and comes to play, will it push regional competitors to also make the move? (I see you, Georgia.)
One week ago, the Loyola (Maryland) Greyhounds became the ninth, and smallest, school to win an NCAA Division I men's lacrosse championship, completing a season of parity in the sport. Is now the time for the Georgia Bulldogs to make the leap from club to varsity status?
The Villanova Wildcats men's lacrosse team earned an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament and has drawn a matchup against the Denver Pioneers in the 1st round.