Men's Division I collegiate lacrosse returns to Washington state this October when NCAA finalist Notre Dame faces off against the world runner-up U.S. National Team in the third installment of Seattle's annual NCAA Seatown Lacrosse Classic.
For the first time, US Lacrosse is heading up the staff and player selection of a team that will represent the United States in the 2015 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Indoor Championship. Tony Resch has been named head coach and will be assisted by Adam Mueller and Chris Schiller.
Several Division II and III lacrosse programs have made announcements in the last few weeks regarding assistant coaches for the 2015 season. The releases included in this post are from Pace and Brevard (D2) and Union, Stevens, Colorado College, and Berry (D3).
The University of Denver has named former Marquette defensive coordinator John Orsen an assistant coach, DU head coach Bill Tierney announced on Friday. Orsen replaces four-year coach Dylan Sheridan, who took the first-assistant job at Princeton.
Rutgers lacrosse head coach Brian Brecht announced the addition of Rob Camposa as a volunteer assistant coach Friday. Camposa joins the coaching staff after spending that past three seasons as an assistant at Div. II Molloy College in Rockville Center, N.Y.
Head coach Jon Torpey of High Point University announced the additions of two staff members on Wednesday. John Haus was named the volunteer assistant coach and Ryan Cassidy is the team's new director of operations.
Lafayette lacrosse head coach Jim Rogalski named Mike Terranova a volunteer assistant coach for the 2015 season. Terranova comes to Lafayette after serving as the associate head coach at Chesnut Hill College.
Georgetown University lacrosse head coach Kevin Warne announced the addition of Justin Ward to the coaching staff for the 2014-15 season. Ward, a Glen Burnie, Md. native comes to the Hilltop after a successful four-year playing career at Loyola University Maryland.
UMass Lowell lacrosse head coach Ed Stephenson unveiled his team's schedule on Tuesday for their inaugural 2015 season. The slate will feature an even split, with seven contests home and away as well as three match-ups against teams that finished the 2014 season ranked in the top 20.
Lehigh head lacrosse coach Kevin Cassese has announced the restructuring of the Mountain Hawks' coaching staff. Errol Wilson has been promoted to associate head coach, and Will Scudder has been promoted to full-time assistant coach. In addition, Cassese has added Chad Surman to the staff as an assistant coach.
The Rutgers' men's lacrosse program welcomed 14 newcomers to campus as fall classes began. With fall practice beginning today, fourth-year head coach Brian Brecht announced a 14-person class that includes six midfielders, four defensemen, three attackers, and one goalkeeper.
Following one season as the program's top assistant coach, Ryder Bohlander has been elevated to the position of head men's lacrosse coach at Manhattanville College for the 2014-15 school year, Director of Athletics Keith Levinthal announced this week.
Robert Morris University lacrosse head coach Andrew McMinn announced the hiring of two staff members this afternoon. Robert Marasti was named as an assistant coach, and Carlo Sunseri returns as a volunteer assistant coach.
The First Niagara Center in Buffalo, NY will host the Fifth Annual Bowhunter Cup on Saturday, October 4th at 7:30 p.m. The Iroquois Nationals will play the United States in the international exhibition game, which is being presented by Arrow Express Sports.
Saint Joseph's lacrosse head coach Taylor Wray has announced the incoming Class of 2018, which features 16 newcomers from five states and Canada, and the addition of a redshirt junior transfer for the 2015 season.
Hartwick College announced the hiring of Don LaSala as head lacrosse coach. He replaces Bill Bjorness. who accepted a coaching position with IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL this summer. LaSala served as the head coach at Adrian College in Michigan for the past three seasons.
Director of Athletics, Fitness, and Recreation Julie Davis is pleased to announce the hiring of new men's lacrosse head coach Jim Dock. He brings 15 years of coaching to UMF including on the national, collegiate, and high school levels.
Dylan Sheridan, who helped Denver to three Final Four appearances in four years on the staff, has been named to staff of the Princeton men's lacrosse team, head coach Chris Bates announced. Sheridan will serve as defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator for the Tigers
Michael Kinney, men's assistant lacrosse coach/director of national recruiting at Capital University, has been named head coach of Alma College, Scots Athletic Director John Leister announced on Wednesday.
The St. Andrews University lacrosse team and head coach Joe Wilson have announced the signing of 10 new athletes for the 2015 season. They include 8 states and Canada as well as a former SAU athlete coming back to school.
After spending nearly a decade as a player and assistant coach at Division I Hartford, Brian Tilley has been selected as the fifth head coach in the 20-year history of the Eastern Connecticut lacrosse program.
Head lacrosse coach John Tillman announced today that J.L. Reppert has been hired as Maryland's assistant coach. He comes to College Park after spending the prior three seasons as an assistant coach at Navy.
Rutgers lacrosse head coach Brian Brecht added a Team USA player to his staff on Thursday with the hiring of Jesse Bernhardt as an assistant coach. Bernhardt joins the Scarlet Knights after a highly decorated playing career, and previously was a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Maryland.
The Mount St. Mary's athletic department announced the addition Tim McIntee the upcoming academic year. McIntee will work as the associate head coach and defensive coordinator for the men's lacrosse team.
Lehigh head men's lacrosse coach Kevin Cassese has announced the addition of 12 student-athletes to the program. The class of 2018 enters Lehigh this fall looking to mesh with a strong returning core of players as the Mountain Hawks begin their quest for a third Patriot League Championship in the last four years.
Matt Kerwick, the Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men's Lacrosse, has announced that Chris Kivlen will join the Big Red as an assistant coach for the 2015 season. Kivlen comes to East Hill following three extremely successful seasons as the head coach at Montclair State.
It was announced Monday by Dartmouth College Director of Athletics & Recreation Harry Sheehy that Brendan Callahan has been named head coach of men's lacrosse. Callahan comes to Hanover after spending the last seven years as an assistant coach at Lehigh.
La Roche College is excited to announce that Michael McBride has been named head coach of the men's lacrosse program. McBride brings a stellar resume after five successful seasons and a school-record 59 wins as the head coach at Peters Township High School.
The NCAA Men's Lacrosse Rules Committee recommended several changes to its stalling rules and faceoff tactics Thursday. The committee recommended a visible clock be used to time the 30-second stalling segment in facilities capable of displaying the clocks. That change would take effect in spring 2015.
Jud Hall, who spent the past three seasons as the volunteer coach for Ohio State, has been promoted to director of player development. Hall will serve as the team's life skills director, oversee the community service efforts and manage all camps and clinics. He will retain responsibility for the team's man-down defense and goalies.
Nick Taylor has been named head lacrosse coach at Arcadia University, it was announced Wednesday. Taylor arrives at Arcadia after spending the past two seasons as the top assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Cabrini College.
Dominican College of Blauvelt Director of Athletics Joseph S. Clinton has announced that Marcelo Sandoval has been named the new head men's lacrosse coach. Sandoval becomes the seventh head coach in program history.
Lafayette lacrosse head coach Jim Rogalski unveiled the addition of 15 members to the program's class of 2018 on Friday. This year's class boasts seven in-state players as well as three from New Jersey and two from New York, including a transfer from Hofstra. One each from Virginia, Washington D.C., and Maryland round out the group.
More than 50 teams took the field Thursday for their first games as the Men's Masters divisions got underway at the 25th annual Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Classic, benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.
This fall, 12 freshmen will join the Ohio State men's lacrosse team as it prepares for the first season of Big Ten lacrosse. Hailing from six states and one Canadian province, the newest Buckeyes will enroll in Ohio State for autumn semester.
Rutgers lacrosse head coach Brian Brecht announced the addition of Jim Mitchell as an assistant coach and defensive coordinator Thursday. Mitchell joins the Scarlet Knights' coaching staff after spending the past three seasons as an assistant coach at Bellarmine University.
Drexel University has named Steven Boyle an assistant coach for the men's lacrosse program. Boyle, a former standout player at Johns Hopkins, comes to Drexel after serving as an assistant at Brown for the past three seasons.
Kyle Hofstaedter has been named head men's lacrosse coach at Calvin College. Hofstaedter comes to Calvin after serving as an assistant coach with the Eastern University (PA) lacrosse program this past year.
Adam Pascal, who served as a part-time assistant lacrosse coach last spring, has been promoted and will become the program's first full-time assistant, Babson College head coach Brendan Gorman announced on Monday.
University of Massachusetts and head coach Greg Cannella announced the addition of Craig McDonald as an assistant coach on Wednesday. McDonald spent the previous three seasons at Rutgers, where he coached the defense and served as the team's recruiting coordinator.
Greg Rosenberg has been named Keystone College's head men's lacrosse coach. A former assistant coach the University of Richmond and Randolph-Macon College, Rosenberg will lead the Giants in their first year of competition at the varsity level in the spring of 2015.
The University of Denver lacrosse program has signed Maryland transfer and reining ACC Freshman of the Year Connor Cannizzaro (Cazenovia, N.Y.) to its 2015 roster, head coach Bill Tierney announced on Tuesday.
Canada defeated Team USA to win the crown at the recent 2014 FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Denver. Here is how the 38 teams participating in the tournament stack up in terms of their computer ratings.
The College of Mount Saint Vincent has announced the hiring of Michael Bryant to the position of head men's lacrosse coach. Bryant will be the third head coach in the program's history and comes to Riverdale after a four-year playing career at Cortland and a six-year coaching stint at South Side High School.
A veteran coach with more than a quarter century of experience on collegiate sidelines, Dave Metzbower was named Monday as the offensive coordinator for the men's lacrosse program at the University of North Carolina.
Former University of Massachusetts First-Team All-American Will Manny, who is currently the second-leading scorer for the Boston Cannons of the Major Lacrosse League, has been named assistant coach at Wagner College, it was announced today by Seahawk head coach Matt Poskay.
Canada controlled the action for much of the game to defeat Team USA, 8-5, in the title game at the Federation of International Lacrosse championship in front of 11,861 fans. Photos of the match are courtesy of Mike Baldassare.
Five goals from Kevin Crowley and a ball-control game plan that kept the dangerous United States team with the ball out of its stick for extended periods of the game led Canada to its third Federation of International Lacrosse world championship gold medal.
Team USA advanced to the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship game after cruising past Australia, 22-3, in the semifinals on Thursday night. Team Canada, a 12-6 winner over the Iroquois Nationals, will face the U.S. in the title match on Saturday night. Photos of the action are courtesy of Mike Baldassare.
The United States is headed to the championship game of the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship after beating Australia 22-3 in the semifinals on Thursday night. The U.S. will face Canada, a 12-6 winner over the Iroquois Nationals.
Byron Collins, a veteran of 17 seasons coaching men's lacrosse at the collegiate level, including 11 years as a head coach, has joined the University of Delaware staff as associate head coach and offensive coordinator.
Lynn University lacrosse head coach Brian Kingsbury announced the addition of six more names to the 2015 team roster on Thursday morning. Angelo Beacon-Paglia, Thomas Dudzik, Matthew Hobden, Ian Magnan II, Chad Mitchell and Nick Nehring will join 11 other signees to form the second recruiting class in program history.
Joe Opron, head coach of George Washington University for the last three seasons, has announced that he will be stepping down for family and professional reasons and into a new role as Director of Lacrosse Operations. Succeeding Opron is J.D. Englehart, who has served as the Colonials' defensive coordinator for the past two seasons.
Tom Vickery made three saves in the final minute of the game, all in extra-man situations, as Australia held off Israel 9-8 to advanced to the semifinals of the 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship. The Iroquois Nationals also advanced a 10-8 victory over Scotland.