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Rollins Preview: Men’s Lacrosse Faces No. 9/10 Belmont Abbey on the Road Saturday

Rollins Preview: Men’s Lacrosse Faces No. 9/10 Belmont Abbey on the Road Saturday

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Rollins Men
  via the Rollins web site   Tars Open Up Season with Road Game Against Ranked Opponent MATCH-UP: Rollins (0-0) vs No. 9/10 Belmont Abbey (0-0) WHERE: Alumni Field | Belmont Abbey College | Belmont, N.C. WHEN: Saturday | February 3, 2018 | 1:00 P.M. COVERAGE: VIDEO: Belmont Abbey Sports Network STATS: Live Stats SET-UP: The Rollins men's lacrosse team jumps into their 2018 season on Saturday, when they take on No. 9/10 Belmont Abbey College in a south region clash.  The Tars open up their 2018 slate with three consecutive road games before returning home to Cahall-Sandspur Field on Tuesday, March 13, when they host Colorado Mesa.  The Crusaders also open up their 2018 season on Saturday afternoon, with the matchup marking the first time the two t
UT Men:  Spartans Host Tusculum in Home Opener

UT Men: Spartans Host Tusculum in Home Opener

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Tampa Men
  via UT web site   TAMPA, Fla. – The University of Tampa men's lacrosse team is set to host the Tusculum Pioneers on Sunday, February 4th in their season opener. The game is slated to start at 12:00 p.m. The Matchup: No. 6 University of Tampa (0-0) vs. Tusculum College (0-0) Date/Time: Sunday, February 4th at 12:00 p.m. Location: Naimoli Family Intramural and Athletic Complex | Tampa, Fla. Last Time Out: The Tampa Spartans concluded their 2017 season in the national semi-finals where they competed against the Limestone College Saints. The Saints defeated the Spartans in a heartbreaking loss 12-10.  In the showdown, returning standout Andrew Kew had one goal and three assists. Sophomore, Jake Mosher McGraw also contributed two goals to the Spartans offensive
Ave Maria:  Lacrosse Starts Season Sixth In NAIA Preseason Poll!

Ave Maria: Lacrosse Starts Season Sixth In NAIA Preseason Poll!

Ave Maria Girls, College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News
  via the Ave Maria web site   KANSAS CITY, Mo. --- The Ave Maria women's lacrosse team, who opens their season on Saturday with an exhibition at Tampa, begins the 2018 campaign ranked sixth in the NAIA Coaches' Preseason Top 10 Poll. The Lady Gyrenes received 64 total points, placing them just ahead of seventh ranked Cumberlands (Ky.) who received 63 points. The poll is voted on by eight raters, two per conference/group, who rank submit a top 15 ballot. Ave Maria is coming off a 2017 season that saw them finish 7-7 overall, enough to earn a bid to their first NAIA National Invitational. The Blue and Green are set to take on five teams that are currently in the top 10 and three others who are receiving votes in the poll. AMU will host top-ranked SCAD-Savannah on
Saint Leo:  #19 Men’s Lacrosse Travels to Alabama-Huntsville Saturday to Open the Season

Saint Leo: #19 Men’s Lacrosse Travels to Alabama-Huntsville Saturday to Open the Season

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Saint Leo Men
  via Saint Leo web site   SAINT LEO, Fla. – The No. 19 Saint Leo men's lacrosse team travels to Alabama-Huntsville to start the 2018 season on Saturday, February 3 at 12 p.m. Opening day… The Lions' 12 p.m. faceoff against the Chargers jump starts the Green and Gold's 14-game schedule. Saint Leo will showcase the program's home opener one week after beginning competition. The Lions welcomes Lincoln Memorial on Saturday, February 10 at 1:00 p.m. to University Turf Stadium. The home opener will feature game day promotion contest, "Show Your Pride" for students and fans. Lions fans are encouraged to display their school pride by wearing Green & Gold gear. The winner of the contest will receive a "Pride Pack" containing various Saint Leo merchandise. Links…
Preseason Jamboree in Vero Seeking Up to 4-5 More School Teams!

Preseason Jamboree in Vero Seeking Up to 4-5 More School Teams!

Across The LAX World, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, High School
  The Second Annual Pre-Season Lacrosse Jamboree at VERO BEACH, Powered by STICK DOCTOR   Note:  There is a maximum of 12 teams that can be accomodated. When - Saturday, Feb 17th, 2018 – 9:00am-3:00pm Where - South County Park, Vero Beach, Florida Why -  this event is to provide coaches, refs, and players a tune up for the upcoming season. Last year we had a nice turnout and everyone seemed to find it beneficial.  We want to get teams match ups with appropriate competition, and to see teams they do NOT see in their districts during season. We are looking for teams within a couple hour ride from Vero Beach. Our objective is to provide each team with the following type of opponent.   A Stretch - an opponent that would be a very tough opponent during reg
SSC Coaches: #4 Tampa’s Kelly Gallagher and #3 Rollins’ Dennis Short Interviews

SSC Coaches: #4 Tampa’s Kelly Gallagher and #3 Rollins’ Dennis Short Interviews

College/MCLA, Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Rollins Women, Tampa Women
  via the SSC web site Preseason Preview article   Author’s Note:  We follow up the SSC Women’s Preseason videos with the programs that are voted #4 and #3, Tampa and Rollins!  Note that all three top teams received a first place vote!  The league has now expanded to 7 teams on the Women’s side and we look for a bright future for the league!        
Recap of the 2018 NexStar Showcase in Delray Beach

Recap of the 2018 NexStar Showcase in Delray Beach

Featured Posts, Florida Lacrosse News, Youth Instruction, Youth/Club
  Thanks to the NexStar crew for sending in the recap!   On Saturday and Sunday of the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, January 13 & 14, NexStar Lacrosse held its’ 9th annual college showcase. Coach Doug Shanahan, former Team USA member, Teewaarton winner and current Western High School head coach, welcomed over 120 boys from 7 states (FL, NY, NJ, CT, VA, MI & UT) to Caloosa Park in Delray Beach for two days of clinic work and game play with some of the best college coaches from around the country. The two-day format divided the athletes into small groups based on their graduating class; high school seniors down to 6th graders worked hard for two days.  At the younger age levels, a less-intensive youth skills clinic followed the same instructional format fo