12:15AM HEADLINES
from Syracuse.com
Jamesville-DeWitt won its seventh straight Class B boys lacrosse sectional title today in the Carrier Dome, but the No. 3 state-ranked Red Rams didn't waltz to the title. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
Blood mixed with eye black mixed with sweat. The mirepoix covered the left side of Alex Tripodi's face. The West Genesee High School senior defenseman was fitted with a bandage just above his eye that covered stitches to close a wound from a collision of helmets that still wanted to leak. | Box Score

from USA Today
Penn Yan boys’ lacrosse coach Brian Hobart probably doesn’t remember the exact date —it was June 4, 2010 — but he certainly won’t ever forget what happened that day. On that afternoon at St. John Fisher College, the Mustangs saw their run of 13 straight Section V Class C championships come to an end at the hands of Aquinas Institute.

from The Daily Gazette
The Section II Class A girls’ lacrosse championship game scheduled for tonight has been postponed to Thursday, coordinator Liz Parry confirmed. Storms moving through the area caused a lengthy delay in the Class C championship between Albany Academy and Scotia-Glenville . . .

from Army West Point Athletics
Head coach Joe Alberici (Auburn) and the Army West Point lacrosse family paid tribute to its Class of 2015 and distributed 10 team awards at the program's year-end banquet recently at West Point's Kimsey Athletic Center.

from NLL.com
The Knighthawks never used it as an excuse but not having Cody Jamieson in their lineup had to be a factor in their elimination at the hands of the Toronto Rock. The 2012, 2013 and 2014 NLL champs did not get enough offensive production from the left side of their attack on Saturday because of the absence of Jamieson, who tore an Achilles tendon early in Game 1 the previous weekend. He'll undergo surgery Wednesday.

from Inside Lacrosse
The creation of the Final Four format in the mid-1980s may well have saved the sport. It certainly gave it a prominent and consistent place in the sporting calendar. But it is time to ask whether we need to change the format by which Division I men’s championships are determined. Or more precisely, it is this: Has our sport outgrown the Final Four? (And apologies to the NCAA, which would prefer we call it Championship Weekend. I went with Final Four for brevity and clarity.) Based on numerous discussions with coaches, administrators and fans this past weekend in Philadelphia, these are some of the questions we need to consider.

Wednesday May 27, 2014 9:15AM UPDATE
from LocalSYR.com
The section III lacrosse titles were handed out on Tuesday night in all three classes inside the Carrier Dome.

from WIVB.com
Section VI crowned a sectional champion in all three classes Tuesday night in boys lacrosse, with Akron, Orchard Park, and Hamburg earning victories.

from the Watertown Daily Times
After the final horn sounded on Tuesday night, Watertown’s girls lacrosse team stormed toward their net in unison. The Cyclones collectively pounced on sophomore goalie Lauren Girardi in a group celebration.

from the Watertown Daily Times
The Salmon River Central girls lacrosse team successfully completed a turnaround season on Tuesday, pulling away to a 23-12 win over Heuvelton in the Section 10 Class C championship game at Massena High School.

from the Albany Times Union
On Saturday the Cadets earned their second consecutive Section II Class B title, and on Wednesday, they'll try to earn the program's first state playoff win when they battle Section IX champion Highland in a regional semifinal at 8 p.m. at Middletown High School.

from The Saratogian
Every Shenendehowa High School athletic program has won a Section II championship except one — girls lacrosse. That might not be the case by the end of Wednesday night, however, with the No. 1 girls lacrosse team taking on No. 2 Guilderland in its first Class A final appearance since 2006.

from the Buffalo News
The Section VI boys lacrosse championship tripleheader is today, and News Sports Reporter Miguel Rodriguez is there.

from The Niagara Gazette
For the fourth year in a row, the Niagara-Wheatfield boys lacrosse season ended the same way Tuesday — with a loss to Hamburg in the Section VI Class B final. The 8-7 victory marks Hamburg's eighth Class B title in the last nine years.

from The Observer-Review
The Penn Yan boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams will play for Section V championships, Wednesday, May 27.

from The Amherst Bee
For the first time ever, Williamsville East’s girls lacrosse team will be playing for a Section VI title. The third-seeded Lady Flames (12-4) downed crosstown rival Williamsville South, seeded seventh, 13-8, at home Thursday in a Section VI Class B semifinal. East plays Hamburg for the Class B title at 8 p.m. Thursday at All-High Stadium.

from Lacrosse Magazine
When way back in January Lacrosse Magazine released its preseason rankings, Denver was No. 1 and Notre Dame came right behind at No. 2. That's exactly where they end the year, as the Pioneers validated the prognositcation by claiming the program's first national championship and the Irish took Denver to the wire in the semifinals.

from Lacrosse Magazine
Cortland briefly ascended to the top of LM’s rankings earlier this season without even playing a game. The Red Dragons dropped out of the Top 5 two weeks later. It was that kind of year in Division III.

from Lacrosse Magazine
The final four teams finish out the season as our top four seeds – No. 1 Maryland, No. 2 North Carolina, No. 3 Syracuse and No. 4 Duke – while the rest of the Top 20 spots were up for grabs.

12:15AM HEADLINES
from Syracuse.com
Skaneateles attacker/midfielder Kyla Sears sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" before today's Class C sectional girls lacrosse title game in the Carrier Dome. The sophomore then proceeded to become one of the big stars in the Lakers' 16-5 domination of General Brown. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
The Jamesville-DeWitt girls lacrosse team’s best chance to get on the board came in the first few minutes of Tuesday’s Section III Class B final against Watertown. The state-ranked Cyclones turned the ball over their first two possessions and the Red Rams responded with point-blank scoring opportunities on the counter-attack. But goalie Lauren Girardi made two huge saves and kept J-D out of the net for the first 13 minutes. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
In the frantic final seconds of an electrifying, anxious game between the No. 1 and No. 3 ranked teams in the state, Nicky Delaney drifted undetected on the right side of the goal. Fear and excitement collided. The West Genesee High School lacrosse player waited for destiny. | Box Score

from PostStar.com
There are a lot of similarities, but also a lot of differences between the Queensbury and Niskayuna girls lacrosse teams.

Which team is better at executing the similarities and exposing the differences will come out on top in the Class B final of the Section II Girls Lacrosse Tournament on Wednesday. Game time is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the University at Albany.

from the Buffalo News
Frontier girls lacrosse coach Tim Myslinski hasn’t cut his hair in three years and won’t until the Falcons win a Class A title.

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse juniors Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna) and Halle Majorana tied for fifth in the nation in scoring this season according to the final statistics released by the NCAA on Tuesday, May 26. In addition, senior Kailah Kempney (Carthage) ranked third in draw controls, while Kelsey Richardson (Jordan-Elbridge) was third in saves.

from Syracuse Athletics
After having selected FieldTurf for the new Ensley Athletic Center and for the new track & field facility, for which the installation is scheduled to finish in July, FieldTurf has once again been chosen by the Syracuse University athletics program as the new surface for the Carrier Dome. The innovative FieldTurf Classic HD turf system, featuring FieldTurf's patented 3-layer infill, will be installed to provide an elite-level artificial turf surface. Installation will begin on Wednesday, May 27, 2015.

from Major League Lacrosse
Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional lacrosse league, has announced today that the 2015 Undrafted College Player Pool has now been opened as of Tuesday, May 26th, at 10 A.M. (ET) and will remain open until June 3rd, at 12:00 P.M. (ET).
Tuesday May 26, 2014 1:50PM UPDATE
from Dan Witmer / JustLacrosse Upstate
Before everything else, I need to acknowledge the reason why so many Americans were on the highways this past weekend, why so many families were beach-bound, and why so many had (at least) a three-day weekend. Yesterday was Memorial Day, the day Americans remember and pay tribute to those who have died serving their country.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
The UAlbany men’s lacrosse sported one of the best offenses in Division I history in 2015, finishing with a DI record 325 goals and leading all of DI with 17.11 goals per game.

It is the third year in a row that UAlbany has led DI in scoring offense, with 2015 being the widest margin of the trio of seasons. The Great Danes averaged 17.11 goals per game this season, over two more than second-place Syracuse (14.88), and had a scoring margin of +7.11, each DI highs.

from Lax Sports Network
In honor of this Memorial day, Jenny Fucillo chats with Captain Jeremy Boltus (Baldwinsville) in this edition of the Lax Sports Network Player Profile. Thank you to Jeremy and to all that serve and have served this great country!

8:45AM UPDATE
from the Buffalo News
Zach Miller, who developed his love for lacrosse in Western New York’s Native American community, is now an NCAA champion . . . Miller had a goal and two assists in the game and made the all-tournament team. Also, he extended his point streak to 37 games, one of the longest in the nation. A sophomore midfielder, Miller finished the season with 26 goals and 35 assists.

from Syracuse.com
And then there were six. That's all that remains standing of the field in the Section III girls lacrosse tournament. Those teams will be on the field Tuesday playing for sectional titles at the Carrier Dome. Based on the lead-up, there could be new sectional champions in all three classes. Thought for now, the usual power brokers are in place to move onto the state tournament.

from Syracuse.com
The best three teams remain fixed atop the CNY weekly media poll of high school boys lacrosse team. And all three will be in action playing for Section III championships on Wednesday at the Carrier Dome.

12:15AM HEADLINES
from Lacrosse Magazine
As teammates cut down one of the nets on Lincoln Financial Field, Sean Cannizzaro wandered nearby the crease, head in the sky and thoughts about winning a national championship with his younger brother, Connor, on the tip of his tongue.

"This is something me and Connor have been dreaming about since we were five years old, out in the backyard playing together every day," the Pioneers senior attackman said. "But we weren't talking about Denver, I can tell you that."

from Lacrosse Magazine
So was it really a final four curse haunting the Cortland women's lacrosse team or was it actually Trinity the whole time?

It doesn't matter anymore. Cortland exorcised every ghost on Sunday afternoon with a 17-6 victory over Trinity in the NCAA Division III women's lacrosse final at PPL Park.

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse juniors Kayla Treanor (Niskayuna)and Taylor Gait (CBA-Syracuse) were named to the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship All-Tournament team for their performances against Maryland in the national semifinals.

from Lacrosse Magazine
The Canadians are winning. They won 10 months ago in Denver, and they won again Monday in Philadelphia.

from the Rochester Knighthawks
There is still time to register for the Rochester Knighthawks Under Armour® Youth Lacrosse Camps. The first camp will take place at McQuaid Jesuit High School from Monday, June 29th to Thursday, July 2nd.

from SportsFive.net
The games have now been decided and in all but one case, the seedings have predicted the finals. All that is left is to play the final games in the Section Five season. The winners will move on the the New York State Tournament, most of which will be here at the same St. John Fisher College Stadium.

from WNY Lacrosse Digest
Beginning in 2015-16, women’s lacrosse will become the 10th member of the Patriot League, which currently supports American, Boston University, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh, Loyola and Navy’s women’s lacrosse programs. This announcement elevated West Point from the competitive club level, from which it has competed since 1979, to varsity status.
Monday May 25, 2014 12:15AM HEADLINES
from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The nationally second-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team built and 8-2 lead at the half and continued to stretch its lead throughout the game as it earned a 17-6 win versus top-ranked Trinity College Sunday afternoon in the championship game of the 2015 NCAA Div. III Women's Lacrosse Tournament at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. The Red Dragons won their 19th straight game, tied the school record of 22 wins and completed a 22-1 season in capturing their first-ever NCAA Div. III title. | Box Score

from Le Moyne Athletics
Championship Most Outstanding Player Mike Messenger recorded four of his five points in the fourth quarter to lead top-ranked Limestone College to its second consecutive NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse National Championship with a 9-6 come-from-behind victory over third-ranked Le Moyne College on Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
Connor Cannizzaro (Cazenovia) was college lacrosse's highest-profile transfer a year ago after earning ACC freshman of the year honors at Maryland. Now at Denver, the sophomore attackman's path to an NCAA championship goes through his old team.

from the Baltimore Sun
At a red-carpet affair Thursday night here prior to the Saturday’s semifinals of the NCAA Division I tournament, Denver’s Connor Cannizzaro (Cazenovia) had a chance to meet some of his former teammates on Maryland and came to an agreement.

“I’ve kept in touch with a couple of them throughout the year, but going into this week, I think right before the banquet, we said we were not friends anymore this week,” Cannizzaro recalled Sunday morning. “So I think that really settled it. It’s just all business.”

from Monroe CC athletics
The Monroe Community College women's lacrosse program will hold an alumni game at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 19 on DiMarco Field. The game will be followed by a ring ceremony at 7 p.m. honoring members of the 2014 NJCAA championship-winning team. The Tribunes recently won the 2015 title in early May.
Sunday May 24, 2014 11:00AM UPDATE
from Lacrosse Magazine
Stevenson was that Division III first-timer back in 2013, rallying past RIT in a wild final. Le Moyne was able to fend off Mercyhurst, 11-10, to take home its fourth title. The Le Moyne-Limestone game this Sunday is guaranteed to give us a multi-ringed champion, but Lynchburg will have to upset defending title owner Tufts to give us another debutante winner in D-III.

from the Watertown Daily Times
Through all the years as one of the top programs in Section 3, there is one distinction Carthage hasn’t experienced in boys lacrosse — playing in the Carrier Dome for a sectional championship. The Comets earned that opportunity Saturday in resounding fashion. (with photos)

from MPNnow.com
After his Victor Blue Devils defeated Canandaigua at Fairport High School on Saturday to win the Section V Class B semifinals matchup 12-9, coach Jim Andre offered an observation.

“It was a classic Victor-Canandaigua battle,” he said. "It's always a great game when two old Finger Lakes rivals go at it.”

from the Rochester Knighthawks
The Rochester Knighthawks’ season came to an end tonight, as the Toronto Rock won Game Two and the 10-minute tie-breaker game in the East Division Finals. Rochester, who captured Game One, finished one game shy of advancing to its fourth straight Champion’s Cup Finals. - See more at: http://www.knighthawks.net/node/6149#sthash.Ayf4AnxY.dpuf

from Lacrosse Magazine
Canada figures to be one of the United States biggest challengers for the gold medal at this summer’s Federation of International Lacrosse Women’s U19 World Championship in Scotland, but on Saturday evening, an undermanned Canadian squad was no match for the Americans before a packed house at Frank Banko Field on the campus of Lehigh University.

Prior to the exhibition game, nearly 1,300 athletes competing on 64 regional all-star teams from around the country battled in seven divisions of the National Tournament, which has evolved into one of the premier college recruiting events of the year. More than 175 colleges are represented at this year’s tournament. | Box Score

from US Lacrosse
Once the standard is published, rules-writing bodies will be able to consider what changes may be needed to the rules that govern girls’ and women’s lacrosse. US Lacrosse writes the rules for youth girls, high school girls, non-varsity collegiate women and post-collegiate women. The NCAA writes the rules for women’s varsity collegiate play.

from 3d Rising Lacrosse
“It’s just been a lot of fun to be around,” said Haverford head coach John Nostrant (Baldwinsville), a Washington College alum who hails from the Syracuse area. “A lot of these guys have been together for four years — Drew (Supinski), Dox (Aitken), Grant (Ament) — that whole senior class. Again, that’s why we never lost our cool because those guys are just so confident. I think the key is trust, trusting each other.”

12:15AM HEADLINES
from Syracuse.com
Le Moyne will meet Limestone in Sunday's NCAA Division II men's lacrosse title game at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field at 1 p.m., with a live stream of the game on NCAA.com. A breakdown of the matchup:

from Le Moyne Dolphins
TICKET INFORMATION Tickets for Sunday's Division II / III National Championship games are available at the Philadelphia Eagles Ticket Office and through Ticketmaster.com.

SUNDAY DII / DIII SESSION PASS GENERAL ADMISSION: $20
SUNDAY DII / DIII SESSION CLUB SEATING: $40

TAILGATING WITH THE 'PHINS
Dolphin fans looking to tailgate on Sunday are enouraged to park in LOT K. Fans attending the tailgating area will receive a FREE RALLY TOWEL to cheer on the 'Phins.

from Syracuse.com
Le Moyne will meet Limestone in Sunday's NCAA Division II men's lacrosse title game at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field at 1 p.m., with a live stream of the game on NCAA.com. A breakdown of the matchup:

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
The nationally second-ranked Cortland women's lacrosse team erased an early 4-0 deficit and rallied for a 19-12 win versus sixth-ranked Middlebury College Saturday afternoon in the NCAA Div. III Women's Lacrosse Semifinals at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. The Red Dragons improved to 21-1 on the season and advanced to their first-ever championship game tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. where they will face the winner of Trinity versus Franklin & Marshall. The Panthers' season ended at 16-4 in head coach Missy Foote's final game on the sidelines.

Rich Barnes Photos

from Le Moyne Athletics
Senior midfielder Joe Corapi (Liverpool) and senior goalkeeper Alex Krawec (East Syracuse-Minoa/Onondaga C.C.) have been named the best players at their position by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, as announced by the association on Wednesday on InsideLacrosse.com.

from Syracuse.com
Le Moyne College senior goalie Alex Krawec knows exactly what a championship college lacrosse team looks like. Normally, that would be a good thing. Right now, it's part of his challenge.

from Le Moyne Athletics
Le Moyne College sophomore attackman Cade Kelleher (Seton Catholic) is the recipient of the Elite 89 award for the 2015 NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse Championship. Kelleher, a Biology major, currently carries a 3.482 grade point average.

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
SUNY Cortland senior attacker Marilyn Farrell (Fayetteville-Manlius) has earned the Elite 89 award for the 2015 NCAA Division III women's lacrosse season. The Elite 89 is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the finals sites for each of the NCAA's 89 championships across three divisions.

from the Elmira Star-Gazette
Corning East graduate Mallory Frysinger will try to help the University of North Carolina women's lacrosse team win its second NCAA Division I championship in three years.

from Syracuse.com
West Genesee boys lacrosse hit the road and showed no regard for Cicero-North Syracuse’s home-field advantage in Saturday’s sectional Class A semifinal. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
An unexpected turnover in the final 15 seconds gave Christian Brothers Academy one more wisp of air. The Brothers moved the ball down field, but never got off a quality shot. And with that, Westhill advances to its first-ever Section III Class A boys lacrosse championship game. | Box Score

from Syracuse.com
More of Saturday's action.

from the Albany Times Union
Albany Academy lacrosse goalie Brody Carter sat out the 2014 season with an injury and watched the Cadets capture the Section II Class B title from the sidelines. On Saturday, Carter got his chance to play in his first sectional championship game when No. 1 Albany Academy battled No. 2 Burnt Hills at the University at Albany's John Fallon Field.

from The Saratogian
There was a bit of déjà vu in Saturday’s Section II Class C boys lacrosse final between Greenwich and Glens Falls, a rematch of the 2014 title game. Unlike last spring’s championship, when the Witches (17-2) held an early four-goal lead en route to a 16-14 victory over the Indians, it was Glens Falls (15-4) that had the early lead.

from Team 24 Shootout
We wanted to inform you of The 4th Annual Team 24 Shootout to be hosted at Carthage Central High School on June 5-7, 2015 to help Hall of Fame Head Carthage Lacrosse Coach and Team 24 raise Prostate Cancer Awareness. Team 24 is now in it's 4th year, our goal for this event is to put us over the $25K raised mark!

from SportsFive.net
Top seeds take four semifinals Saturday.

from Syracuse.com
Former Westhill High School lacrosse star John Zimmerman of Hamilton College was named the most valuable player at the North-South Division III All-Star game on Friday.

from The New York Times
The disconnect is troubling enough that the N.C.A.A. has revamped its ticket pricing for this year’s event and begun to offer bargains on hotel packages. It has held off deciding where to stage the Final Four after 2016 and will consider bypassing N.F.L. stadiums in favor of smaller sites. There has been discussion about holding the annual event in one location, the way Omaha hosts the College Baseball World Series.

from TheStar.com
The Rock won the game 11-8 and tied the East Division final 1-1. Rochester won the opener 10-9 last week. As a result, a 10-minute tiebreaker took place to determine a victor, and the fans were on their feet as the Rock dominated 8-2 to advance to the NLL championship game next week.
Saturday May 23, 2014 8:50AM UPDATE
from Syracuse Athletics

from Syracuse Athletics
Syracuse women's lacrosse head coach Gary Gait and players Halle Majorana, Kelsey Richardson and Kayla Treanor after the Orange's 10-8 loss vs. Maryland in the NCAA Tournament Semifinals at PPL Park in Chester, Pa.

from SUNY Albany Athletics
UAlbany senior attackman Lyle Thompson has earned the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award for Most Outstanding Player, given by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA).

It is the second year-running that Thompson has been chosen for the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award. In total, Thompson has won four USILA major awards, including earning the Lt. Col. Jack Turnbull Award for Most Outstanding Attackman in 2013 and 2014.

from Syracuse Athletics
Orange attackman Kevin Rice was named to the Senior CLASS Award All-America First Team on Friday, May 22. Rice was one of 10 senior lacrosse players from around the country to be chosen as finalists for the Senior CLASS Award, and the All-America teams were selected based on the voting results of the finalists.

Cornell midfielder Connor Buczek was selected as the award winner by a nationwide panel of coaches, media, and fans.

from Syracuse Athletics
The postseason honors continued to roll in for senior Kevin Rice on Friday, May 22. A day after being named a first-team All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA), Rice won the organization's Lt. Col. Jack Turnbull Award as the nation's top attackman.

from SportsFive.net
Pittsford used a consistent scoring patter to make their way past and fired up Rush-Henrietta to the Class A finals next Wednesday at St. John Fisher College. The second game, was close throughout and in overtime Max Spaan took the ball from Carter Jordan to give the Patriots a shot at the championship.

from WNY Lacrosse Digest
In a big game, with a championship on the line, you need your big players to step up. And that’s exactly what Reid Martin did.

12:15AM HEADLINES
from Cornell Athletics
All-American midfielder Connor Buczek from Cornell has been selected as the 2015 Senior CLASS Award® winner in men's lacrosse. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition.

from Syracuse Athletics
Despite a late-rally from No. 4 Syracuse (17-7) that pulled 'Cuse to within two, the Orange fell to No. 1 Maryland (20-1)10-8 in the NCAA Semifinals at PPL Park in Philadelphia, Pa. on Friday night. | Box Score

from NBC Sports / The White House
William Shemin played football and lacrosse at Syracuse before graduating in 1924. On June 2, 2015, President Barack Obama will award the Medal of Honor to Army Sergeant William Shemin posthumously.

| The White House announcement

from SUNY Cortland Athletics
Kelly Lickert-Orr embraces a job that comes along with a little pressure. She found her perfect match at SUNY Cortland. Lickert-Orr took over a Red Dragons women's lacrosse team this season that had reached four straight NCAA Division III Final Fours. That bar was set and locked in cement.

from Union College Athletics
Stefan Basile (F-M) made seven saves as the North's starting goalkeeper. Midfielder Connor Hall scored a third-quarter goal and won 11-of-17 faceoffs, while also collecting four ground balls.

from the Bill Belichick Foundation
The Bill Belichick Foundation is pleased to announce two different types of financial aid available to individuals and organizations in need of additional support to reach their full potential.

The Bill Belichick Foundation will distribute 15 scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each in 2015, to students who have excelled in academics while participating in athletics. More scholarships may be given out at the sole discretion of the Bill Belichick Foundation. Application is open to high school seniors and college students freshman-junior years.

from Syracuse.com
The three cousins picked up the sport at a young age, organizing backyard games in their Onondaga Hill neighborhoods before becoming teammates at Westhill High School and moving on to the college game.

from ESPN
ESPN2 and ESPNU are ready for the culmination of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship Presented by Northwestern Mutual on Saturday and Monday of Memorial Day weekend, from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. ESPN2 will air the traditional feed of the title game on Monday (1 p.m. ET), and for the third straight year, ESPNU will present an alternate viewing experience from the flyover camera in the stadium.

from Syracuse.com
The seniors stepped before the team. Their backs were to the board, so they could not see Kennedy's message. It read: "This is for them."

from SportsFive.net
The Head Coaches of Section Five met on Sunday afternoon to listen to the presentations on players who had been nominated for All-America team honors. The awards, sponsored by US Lacrosse, identify some of the best players from each area of the country. The Head Coaches of thirty-six teams came together to pick the players to receive the various awards.

from US Lacrosse
More than 1,300 of the nation’s top high school girls' lacrosse players will descend upon Lehigh University this weekend for the 2015 US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament, presented by the HLA Foundation.


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