as per the web site Schedule Opponent Venue Date Results @ Florida Southern College Florida Southern University Lakeland, FL Sun Jan 29 11:00am N/A @ Rollins College Florida Southern University Lakeland, FL Sun Jan 29 1:00pm N/A @ University of Tampa University of Tampa Tampa, FL Fri Feb 03 8:00pm N/A @ Arizona State Arizona State University - West Campus Glendale, AZ Fri Feb 10 7:00pm N/A @ Arizona David Sitton Field Tucson, AZ Sat Feb 11 7:15pm N/A @ Auburn Auburn Auburn, AL Fri Feb 17 7:00pm N/A @ Alabama Alabama Intramural Fields FIeld #1 Tuscaloosa, AL Sat Feb 18 2:00pm N/A @ Miami University of Miami Coral Gables, FL Sun Feb 26 12:00pm N/A Michigan State Ge...
via press release - photo via FGCU web site Even though it is a fairly new organization to FGCU, the lacrosse club has made some remarkable growth over the years. With new player interest every year, the team can only go up from here. Coming into the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association in 2011 at a Division II level, the Eagles have made it very clear that they are a competitor teams across the nation should be worried about. “In the past four years we’ve gone to the national tournament twice [2014 and 2015] in California,” said FGCU lacrosse club president Jake Johnson. One would think joining this elite club would be a selective process, however, anyone has the opportunity to be a part of the team. Whether you have played the sport all your life or if it’s a ne
via press release from HC Brian Coco Last Friday, Florida Atlantic University announced a new head coach for the 2017 season. The following day, #12 FAU fell to #6 ranked Citadel in an exciting DII battle that was decided by only one goal. The game was the first of the MCLA’s SELC conference for the season “I had about 2-hours of practice as head coach before our first game.” Said Coach Bryan Coco, “I’m okay with the results.” “We had about 5 man-up opportunities we didn’t capitalize on.” “Next week, that will be our focus.” Coco, who originally founded the men’s lacrosse program at FAU went on to say. “Our goal this season is to take the program to the next level, we’ve got some great talent this year and we intend to capitalize on that.” Growing up in Long Island’s h
Congratulations to Brooke for her choice and good luck to her in the future! Club Affiliation: Storm Select Lacrosse Brooke wrote to us: "I would like to thank my family for always being so supportive and helping me through every step of my lacrosse journey. I would also like to thank my coaches: Coach Ann, Tara, Spraggins, Alwinson, Parros, and Denham for pushing me to be my best while teaching me to love the sport of lacrosse. I am so thankful for every opportunity I have been blessed with to further my lacrosse career and I can't wait the next four years. Go Pirates!"
Congratulations to Megan on her commitment to W&M and good luck to her in the future! Team Affiliations: Limitless Lacrosse Megan wrote in to us: "I am excited to commit to play Division 1 lacrosse at William and Mary for Coach Hillary Fratzke. I want to thank my parents for all of their support, and especially for driving and flying me to camps and tournaments. I want to thank my brothers (Michael and Carter) for working with me in the weight room. I want to thank my high school and Limitless coaches, Jon Moseman and Tom Gow for starting the Sickles HS team my freshman year and starting a local lacrosse club in Tampa. Finally, I would like to thank Coach Shannon McHale at the CT Dodgers for inspiring me to train harder."
via press release DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Following a lengthy national search, the Embry-Riddle Athletics administration announced its selection of Spencer Wims as the head coach of the Eagles' men's lacrosse program on Sunday. "We are thrilled to add Spencer to our Embry-Riddle family." ERAU Director of Athletics John Phillips said. "He has had success at every level, both playing and coaching, and his passion for student-athletes and the game of lacrosse was evident from our first conversation." Wims comes to Embry-Riddle from the University of Indianapolis. He was selected as the program's first assistant coach in 2015 and helped guide a Greyhound squad that included 27 freshmen to a No. 4 seed in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament and a No. 19 rankin