as per MCLA press release
ATLANTA – South Carolina put together the best season in program history last spring and now the Gamecocks are favored to win the SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference Division I title in 2019 according to the preseason coaches poll released Wednesday.
South Carolina (18-2), which advanced to the semifinals of the 2018 MCLA National Championships powered by Under Armour, grabbing four of the 17 first-place votes. This was the first time USC has been preseason favorites in the SELC.
The Gamecocks edged out Virginia Tech (13-5), which also had four first-place tickets, by three points.
Georgia Tech (10-6) was slotted third with one first-place vote even though both Liberty (9-6) and Clemson (14-3) – the fourth and fifth-ranked teams, respe
via UF press release
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – University of Florida Men’s Lacrosse is thrilled to announce the hiring of Casey Adams as an assistant coach.
Adams, who played at Gainesville’s Buchholz High School, has been instrumental in growing the game within Alachua County and the surrounding area. Adams has been on the lacrosse staff at Buchholz in some capacity since his graduation in 2010, and he has been the head man there since 2015. In his 3 seasons at the helm, Buchholz has amassed a 31-17 record highlighted by the program’s first-ever district championship in 2017 when they upset north Florida powerhouse Oak Hall to win the FL-District 3 title. That achievement earned Adams the Gainesville Sun’s Coach of the Year award for 2017. Coach Adams also manages Lacr
via MCLA web site
2018 MCLA Division I All-America Teams
A – Wiley Bonham, Chapman
A – Dylan Garner, Chapman
A – Bennett Osterink, Michigan State
A – Josh Stout, Utah
M – Kaelan Naylor, Simon Fraser
M – Danny Riley, Virginia Tech
M – Chris Severson, Brigham Young
LSM – Ian Genord, Michigan State
LSM – Jack Lamey, Grand Canyon
FO – Dereck Isaac, South Carolina
FO – Hunter Stephans, Michigan State
SSDM – Sam Robbins, Michigan State
SSDM – Jordan Vicente, Grand Canyon
D – Craig Burris, Virginia Tech
D – Patrick Donovan, Michigan State
D – Ryan Neff, Boston College
D – Alex Wenzel, South Carolina
G – Kevin Boland, Michigan State
A – Quinton Eissler, UNLV
A – Sam Gregory, Liberty
A – Bryan Larocque, Davenport
A – Jake Pis
via FLN Special Correspondent Anthony Cicio
Tallahassee, FL — Florida State locked up the #1 seed in the SELC Southeast Division this past weekend with back-to-back wins over South Florida and Florida. FSU defeated USF and UF by scores of 23-2 and 14-10, respectively. They improved their record to 10-3 on the season and finished 5-0 in divisional play.
On Friday night, Florida State jumped out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter, paced by four goals from Davis Goodman. Senior Dawson Allen added two as well. The Seminole offense poured on 10 more in the second quarter, extending their lead to 20-0 at the halftime break.
USF got on the board in the 3rd quarter with a goal by Chandler Bernard. Stavros Neocleouos added two for the Noles, making the score 22-1 he
via MCLA press release
SELC - I
ATLANTA – Four contests featuring eight nationally-ranked teams are on tap in the quarterfinals of the 2018 SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) Division I tournament, which begins on Friday at sites in and around the Johns Creek, Ga., area.
In the early 5:30 p.m. window on Friday, No. 1NE South Carolina (14-0, 4-0) will look for its first tournament win in over a decade when it squares off with No. 2SE Florida (11-4, 3-1). The two met on Feb. 17 in Gainesville with the Gamecocks taking the 15-4 victory.
2018 SELC DIVISION I BRACKET
The final three games will take place at 8 p.m., starting with No. 1SE Florida State (10-3, 4-0) battling No. 2NE Clemson (13-2, 3-1). The Seminoles are on a five-game winning str
via the MCLA press release
ATLANTA – The Top 10 spots remain the same from a week ago, led by Chapman in the No. 1 position, in the Under Armour MCLA Division I Weekly Coaches Poll, which was released on Wednesday.
Chapman (10-0), which added another first place vote this period to up its total to 21, remained as the top outfit for the third straight week.
Utah (10-0) remains at No. 2 with five first place votes burnishing its credentials.
This will be a big week for the Utes with No. 24 Colorado State (4-6) on Thursday and No. 3 Colorado (9-1) on Saturday, with both games coming on the road.
South Carolina (13-0) and Michigan State (10-1) remain in the Nos. 4 and 5 spots, respectively.
There were no new teams joining the Top 25 this week.
via the MCLA press release
D-I Poll: Chapman Expands Lead
ATLANTA – Chapman grabbed three more first place votes this week to tighten its grip on the No. 1 ranking in the Under Armour MCLA Division I Weekly Coaches Poll for the period ending April 2.
The Panthers (9-0) snatched three of No. 2 Utah’s first place votes, giving them 20 total for a comfy, 21-point lead over the Utes (8-0). Utah still has six first place votes.
No. 3 Colorado (9-1) remained in the same spot from Week 6 after a pair of ranked wins at home.
South Carolina (10-0) leapfrogged Michigan State (9-1) to take the No. 4 position while the Spartans dipped to No. 5.
Oregon (3-4) left the poll this week to make room for No. 25 Florida as the Gators make their first appearance of the season