UMBC lacrosse co-head coaches Tony Giro and Amy Slade have announced the squad's upcoming 16-game 2015 schedule, which features four squads from the Old Line State, including defending national champion University of Maryland.
Syracuse University will face eight teams ranked in this year's Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook Top 20 poll, including six of the top 10, as part of its 2015 schedule, released today by head coach John Desko.
As George Mason lacrosse steps into a new era, first-year head coach Jessy Morgan announced the 2015 schedule. The Patriots will face four top 50 teams from the 2014 season and two that finished in the top 20, highlighted by a home match with Georgetown on March 4.
New Siena lacrosse head coach Bryana Borrelli has revealed her program's 2015 schedule. The Saints will play in a program record-tying 17 regular season contests this spring, including seven dates at Siena Turf Field.
Head coach Denise Wescott has announced seniors Allison Stathius (Delran, NJ/Delran), Emily Barbieri (Parsippany, NJ/DePaul Catholic), and Gracie Williams (Reston, VA/Herndon) as Monmouth 2014 captains. The seniors were selected this fall by their teammates and coaching staff.
Head coach Andy Copelan has announced the four student-athletes who will serve as captains of Fairfield for the 2015 season. Seniors Max Buchanan, Drew Federico and Tristan Sperry and junior TJ Neubauer will lead the Stags.
UMBC head lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman announced the Retrievers' 2015 spring schedule today, which features an early four-game road swing and six home contests in a six-week period as the weather warms into the spring.
Over the last two years we have seen a dramatic increase in drills where coaches tighten or "crunch" the field space used. Perhaps it is a Canadian box influence or the fact that we want players to have the ability to move the ball accurately in tighter spaces. Regardless, it is an effective tool.
Monmouth University head lacrosse coach Brian Fisher recently revealed the Hawks' 2015 schedule, which features 13 games for the second-year program, as the Hawks will have six home contests at Monmouth Stadium.
University of Detroit Mercy had a great fall to prepare for the 2015 season and the future looks even brighter, as head coach Chris Kolon '09 (MBA) announced the signings of 11 prospects for 2016 during the fall early signing period.
Head coach Kevin Corrigan and his staff at the University of Notre Dame have developed a series of videos that feature drills that coaches can use. The latest in the NDLaxTV series is the Pivoting Shed Drill.
St. John's head lacrosse coach Jason Miller has officially announced the schedule for the 2015 season as the Red Storm will look to navigate through a challenging slate of games and make a return to the Big East championship.
Bryant University head coach Jill Batcheller is pleased to announce the 2015 Bulldog women's lacrosse schedule, as the Black and Gold look to defend their regular-season and tournament titles this spring.
Saint Joseph's senior Nora McGeever (Drexel Hill, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) and juniors Bianca Angstadt (Wyomissing, Pa./Berks Catholic) and Courtney Emanuele (Hillsborough, N.J./Hillsborough) have been selected the Hawks' tri-captains for the 2015 lacrosse season
US Lacrosse announced that 94 teams across 33 states nationwide have been awarded development grants through the 2014 First Stick Program. Girls' programs received 51 grant awards and boys' programs were awarded 43 grants.
Fairfield University will aim for another successful campaign in the upcoming spring. The Stags' seventh season under the direction of head coach Mike Waldvogel includes 10 contests inside newly-constructed Rafferty Stadium.
Head coach Haley Marvine announced Wednesday afternoon her inaugural recruiting class for the Radford lacrosse team, which is set to begin competition in the spring of 2016. Eleven student-athletes representing eight different states signed National Letters of Intent during the early signing period.
The Holy Cross women's lacrosse program has named senior Laura Ryan (Stirling, N.J. ), senior Lissie Russert (Cincinnati, Ohio)and junior Casey Drollinger (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) as team captains for the 2015 season.
Wagner head lacrosse coach Liz Frisoli has announced that senior defender Megan Sardella (Liverpool, NY/Liverpool) and junior attacker Kimmy Tumolo (Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview) will serve as co-captains for the upcoming 2015 season.
Duke University will face seven of the preseason top 11 teams and eight NCAA Tournament squads in a challenging 2015 schedule as announced by head coach John Danowski. The Blue Devils face five teams ranked among the top seven overall, including each of the other the top four.
NYIT head lacrosse coach Bill Dunn announced the early signing of 10 scholastic student-athletes to National Letters of Intent to play men's lacrosse at NYIT. The future Bears will begin studies in the fall of 2015.
Penn State lacrosse head coach Jeff Tambroni has released a challenging slate for the Nittany Lions' 2015 campaign, the inaugural season for Big Ten men's lacrosse. The schedule features six match-ups against 2014 NCAA Tournament teams, including two semifinalists.
Furman head lacrosse coach Rachel Whitten announced today the signing of six players to national letters of intent. Furman will begin NCAA Division I intercollegiate competition this season, as a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Marquette University released its 2015 regular season schedule on Wednesday afternoon, highlighted by a Feb. 8 season opener against Johns Hopkins in Houston, an early March trek through California and a seven-game Big East Conference slate.
Siena head coach John Svec has released his program's 2015 schedule. The defending MAAC Champion Saints are slated to play a total of 14 regular season games this spring, with half of those being contested at Siena Turf Field.
Gardner-Webb athletics and head lacrosse coach Jacquelyn Duggins are pleased to announce the schedule for the Runnin' Bulldogs' inaugural season in the spring of 2015, a slate that includes match-ups with two other first-year programs and one from the West Coast.
Inside Lacrosse has released its Preseason Top 20 and Preseason All-America Team in advance of the 2015 season. The ACC leads all leagues with five teams ranked in the top 10 of the preseason poll and 23 Preseason All-Americans.
Virginia Military Institute head lacrosse coach Brian Anken, who begins his fifth season at the helm, has announced the program's schedule for the 2015 season, arguably one of the most challenging in recent memory.
Chris Wojcik '96, the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Lacrosse, has announced the team's 2015 schedule, which features seven games to be played in Cambridge and five contests against opponents that competed in the 2014 NCAA tournament.
Stony Brook has burst into the national spotlight in only three years under head coach Joe Spallina, winning an America East championship and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in each of the last two seasons. The Seawolves will look to continue their meteoric rise to prominence with a challenging 2015 schedule that features five fellow 2014 NCAA Tournament qualifiers.
Jim Old, president of the Tidewater (Va.) Chapter, has been selected as the inaugural winner of the US Lacrosse Homer R. Schwartz Chapter Leadership Award, created to recognize a US Lacrosse chapter leader who embodies the similar qualities of passion and dedication that Homer provided as a longtime US Lacrosse chapter volunteer.
Match-ups with six teams that reached the NCAA Tournament last year, including 2014 National Champion Maryland, highlight the 2015 Towson University women's lacrosse schedule released by head coach Sonia LaMonica.
As the new year approaches, the Elon women's lacrosse schedule for the 2015 season has been announced. Elon head coach Josh Hexter takes the program into its second year after a successful inaugural season in 2014.
Georgetown University lacrosse head coach Kevin Warne has announced the Hoyas' 2015 schedule, as they match-up against five 2014 NCAA Tournament teams, highlighted by three Final Four squads from last season.
The construction of the first-ever men's lacrosse team at North Greenville entered its second chapter when head coach Corey Struss announced his second wave of signees during the NCAA's early signing period.
University of Massachusetts lacrosse head coach Greg Cannella announced that Doc Schneider has returned to the staff as a volunteer assistant coach. Schneider previously helped Cannella during the 2010-14 seasons after he completed a stellar playing career with the Minutemen from 2006-09.
The Georgian Court University lacrosse program is officially open for business! Director of Athletics and Recreation Laura B. Liesman announced that Mickey Hover has been selected as the Lions' initial head coach as GCU prepares to make its debut in the spring of 2016.
Radford lacrosse head coach Haley Marvine announced the hiring of Julia Heaps as her assistant coach. Together, Marvine and Heaps will guide the Highlanders into their first competitive season in 2016.
Saint Joseph's has named Mike Horowitz (Muhlenberg '11) to the lacrosse coaching staff, it was announced by fourth-year head coach Taylor Wray. Horowitz will assist in all facets of the program, with a specific focus on mentoring SJU's goalkeepers and coordinating the scout team defense.
Mike Waldvogel has announced that he will transition from his post as head women's lacrosse coach at Fairfield University following the 2015 season. Waldvogel will remain with the program as coordinator of women's lacrosse operations with Laura Field assuming head coaching duties at the conclusion of the campaign.
Holy Cross announced the team's schedule for the 2015 season. The Crusaders will play 17 regular season games, including eight at Holy Cross Field and four against teams that qualified for the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men's and women's lacrosse, is accepting applications from youth programs for grants that will support lacrosse coaching opportunities through their organizations.
Hamline University is proud to announce that the game known as 'America's first sport' will be the newest women's athletics offering at Minnesota's first university. Women's lacrosse at Hamline will begin in the spring of 2016.
The Boys' Latin School of Maryland (Boys' Latin) announced today that Brian Farrell, Class of 2006, will take over as Head Coach of its varsity lacrosse team at the commencement of the Lakers' 2015-2016 lacrosse season.
The Jacksonville lacrosse team has kept the program on top-flight footing with another banner recruiting year as seven of the nation's top student-athletes who excel on the field and in the classroom have signed national letters of intent with the Dolphins.
Penn State lacrosse head coach Jeff Tambroni has announced the signing of 12 players for the 2015-2016 academic year. The class includes five All-Americans, eight all-conference honorees, three all-league picks and a Canadian national champion.
New Siena lacrosse head coach Bryana Borrelli has named her coaching staff for the 2015 season. Former UAlbany head coach Lindsey Svec and former Saint Morgan Will '13 will serve as the Saints' assistant coaches.
Coker College head lacrosse coach David Olliver announced today that Brandon Alvarez, TJ Craft, Garrett Kilgore, Adam Roberts, Van Seiler, Tom Williamson, and Tim Wright agreed to play for the Cobras. All seven will join the team in the fall of 2015.
Wagner head lacrosse coach Liz Frisoli, who guided the Seahawks to their first-ever appearance in the Northeast Conference (NEC) championship game in her first season on Grymes Hill in 2014, has announced the signing of nine student-athletes who will be freshmen in fall 2015.
The seven members of the lacrosse Class of 2018 are well into their freshman year at Siena College. Lauren Anglim, Maggie Cifarelli, Emily Conway, Claudia Crist, Bailey Groves, Kaitlin Handley and Katherine Kelly comprise the class that will take the field as Saints this spring.
Sacred Heart University head lacrosse coach Laura Cook announced the Pioneers 2015 schedule. The campaign is slated for 16 regular season games, with nine games on Campus Field and seven Northeast Conference games.
Fourth-year Navy lacrosse coach Rick Sowell released the Mids' 2015 schedule on Friday. It which features games against five teams who finished the 2014 campaign ranked among the top 20 in the Nike/Inside Lacrosse Media Poll, including four programs who played in the 2014 NCAA Championship.
The Army lacrosse program and head coach Joe Alberici have announced their 2015 schedule, which includes six games at Michie Stadium, highlighted by a match-up with 2014 national finalist Notre Dame on May 2.
Florida Tech's lacrosse team took a major step forward during the recent early signing period, as 11 high school seniors signed National Letters of Intent, announced by head coach Ryan McAleavey on Friday.
UC Davis and third-year head lacrosse coach Kate Henwood inked a total of eight prospective student-athletes from five different states to National Letters of Intent during the 2014 November signing period.
Holy Cross head coach Stephanie Ridolfi has announced that five student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to attend Holy Cross. Jessi Button, Keeley Connors, Baker Earl, Alexis Leighton, and Caroline Walsh will join the team in the fall of 2015.
Joe Fletcher, a standout on the lacrosse field and in all areas of collegiate life, will receive the NCAA's highest accolade for a student-athlete in January. He has been named a 2015 recipient of the NCAA Today's Top 10 Award and will be honored at the upcoming NCAA Convention.
Richmond announced three captains for the 2015 lacrosse campaign, the second in program history. The 2014 Atlantic Sun Champion Spiders will be captained by redshirt junior Alex Hatem (Syracuse, NY), junior Brendan Hynes (Mahopac, NY) and Tom Monzo (Flourtown, PA) next season.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville Department of Athletics announced the program's first-ever head women's lacrosse coach on Monday, revealing that Gail Wallach will be the first to lead the Chargers in the department's newest sport.
Oregon lacrosse head coach Jen Beck announced the signing of seven players to National Letters of Intent on Saturday. The seven signees will be coming from Maryland (3), Oregon (1), California (1), New York (1) and Canada (1).
This is a great twist to the usual 3v2 lacrosse drills run by many top NCAA lacrosse programs. We have mentioned before, "Perhaps our players are better at multi-tasking in drills than we as coaches give them credit for." And this is an awesome example.
Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala announced the Blue Jays' 2015 schedule today, complete with seven home games, six away games, two home scrimmages, and the program's first-ever conference games as Johns Hopkins prepares for its first season in the Big Ten.
Loyola University Maryland will open its 2015 lacrosse season with consecutive home games against the University of Virginia and Penn State University, two of seven games at Ridley Athletic Complex that make up the Greyhounds' upcoming schedule.
In anticipation of the newly formed Big Ten Conference lacrosse, the Rutgers men's lacrosse squad has announced its 2015 schedule. The slate will include 15 regular season games, with nine homes contests and six road matches.
Wagner College head lacrosse coach Matt Poskay, who will enter his fourth season at the helm of the Seahawk program in 2015, has announced that Matt Bunting, Michael McMenamin, Patrick McMenamin, William McMenamin, and Anthony Peruso will serve as the captains for the 2015 season.
Westminster College has announced the addition of men's lacrosse as a varsity sport for the 2015-16 academic year. The addition of men's lacrosse increases the number of Westminster's varsity sports to 21.