Johns Hopkins teammates Joel Tinney and John Crawley, who have underwhelming names for lacrosse players, fooled most of Navy with a hidden-ball trick during Tuesday’s season opener. By the time Tinney delivered his shot, it was too late for the Midshipmen to defend.
Yale beat Harvard today for the Ivy League lacrosse tournament title, winning its fourth trophy in five years and levying some punishment to its hated rival along the way—as happened to the Crimson’s Joe Lang here in the fourth quarter.
Chris Bates, the Princeton men’s lacrosse coach who elbowed a Brown player during a game Saturday, has been fired. [NJ.com]
Princeton men’s lacrosse head coach Chris Bates was placed on administrative leave after he bumped an opposing player with his shoulder during Saturday’s game against Brown.
Hayes McGinley, a redshirt freshman midfielder for Syracuse lacrosse, was arrested last Saturday night, March 14, and charged with two counts of second-degree harassment. Okay. But what happened to his face?
Remington Steele? Remington Steele!
What makes a great lacrosse name? There must be a whiff of old money and non-rhotic lockjaw, but it's more than that. In the spirit of Potter Stewart's test for obscenity ("I know it when I see it") and Katie Baker's beloved lacrosse family the Stanwicks (Sheehan, Wick, Coco, Tad, Steele, Wells and Covie), Inside…
The District Court in Charlottesville, Va. has ruled that the now-infamous case that charges University of Virginia men's lacrosse player George Huguely with the murder of his then-girlfriend, women's team member Yeardley Love, has enough evidence to go to a grand jury.