LaxPower Lacrosse News & Features
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The final day of the 2015 Vail Lacrosse Shootout proved exciting as always, with the Men's Masters and Men's and Women's Elite divisions finishing play and crowning their champions.
There can only be one first time, and Team 91 Crush will go down in history as the first-ever world champions of the Warrior World Series of Youth Lacrosse.
The Denver Outlaws (5-6) fell in a 22-9 contest to the Boston Cannons (6-4) at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Saturday in front of a league record 31,644 fans.
The penultimate day of the 2015 Vail Lacrosse Shootout was especially patriotic and thrilling. The Men's Masters and Women's Elite divisions continued round-robin play. Meanwhile, the Men's Elite completed the semifinal round of their bracket.
In an exciting July 4th showdown at Selby Stadium, the Ohio Machine (6-5) fell to the Rochester Rattlers (6-5), 16-15. The Machine held a lead through the first three quarters but came up short in the fourth quarter.
Day 7 of the 2015 Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw the start of the Men's Master's division and day two of play for the Men's and Women's Elite divisions. While there are frontrunners in each division, the titles remain up for grabs.
The Under Armour Senior All-America boys' and girls' games take place this evening, July 3rd, at the stadium at Towson University in Maryland. The girls' match starts at 5:30 p.m. The boys' game begins at 8:00 p.m. and will be aired on ESPNU.
The second half of the 2015 Vail Lacrosse Shootout brought the start of the Men's and Women's Elite divisions and only a little rain.
William & Mary lacrosse head coach Hillary Fratzke has announced the hiring of Kara Mupo as an assistant coach.
Hood College has named Molly O'Brien, a former assistant coach at Division I Monmouth University, as its new women's lacrosse head coach. She will assume her duties on July 1.
Keith Euker has been named McDaniel College's head men's lacrosse coach, announced by Director of Athletics Paul Moyer on Wednesday.
The first half of the 2015 Vail Lacrosse Shootout completed on Wednesday, with the final games of the U19 Boys' and Girls' tournaments. The Men's and Women's Elite divisions begin Thursday.
US Lacrosse has announced the boys' players selected as 2015 US Lacrosse High School All-Americans and All-Academic Team members. Nearly 600 players were recognized for their efforts on and off the field.
Erica LaGrow, a former US National Team member who spent the past seven years as an assistant coach at Florida, has been named Yale's Joel E. Smilow, Class of 1954 Head Coach of Women's Lacrosse.
The University of Pennsylvania's James H. Greene, Jr., Head Coach of Men's Lacrosse, Mike Murphy, has announced that Pat Myers has been promoted to the position of Associate Head Coach. Myers spent last year as offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator for the Quakers.
Coastal Carolina University director of athletics Matt Hogue announced today he has accepted the resignation of women's lacrosse head coach Jaime Sellers.
Day four of the Vail Lacrosse Shootout saw another champion crowned, as the Elder Statesmen took first in the Supermasters division once again, their third consecutive championship. Colorado and the Baltimore Crabs defeated their semifinal opponents and will meet in Wednesday's championship for the U19 Boys.
Day three of the 2015 Vail Lacrosse Shootout continued with play in five divisions, U19 Boys and Girls, Supermasters, Grandmasters, and Zenmasters.
The College of the Holy Cross has named 2014 Bucknell graduate Peter Burke as an assistant men's lacrosse coach, as announced by head coach Judd Lattimore and director of athletics Nathan Pine. Burke will also serve as the midfielders coach.
North Central College director of athletics Jim Miller '86 has announced the hiring of Jay Farrell as the first head coach of the Cardinals' men's lacrosse program, which will begin play in spring 2017.