After years of debate, men’s lacrosse moved one step closer to adding a shot clock for the 2019 season. But support for such a measure is not unanimous.
After conducting a series of meetings from Tuesday through Thursday, the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee announced Friday that it will recommend the introduction of a visible 60-second shot clock after the offense has crossed midfield.Read more
Pat Spencer chewed up about 12 feet of real estate in about a second on a strong right-handed drive, deposited his shot into the net, and then let out a triumphant yell.
Sounds like a typical day at the office for the soon-to-be senior attackman for the Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse team, right?Read more
Tom Schreiber scored the winning goal with just one second left to give the United States the Federation of International Lacrosse men's world championship with a 9-8 victory over Canada on Saturday in Netanya, Israel.
After the U.S. tied the game at 8 with 2:59 to play on the third goal of the game by Ryan Brown (Johns Hopkins, Calvert Hall), Trevor Baptiste won the faceoff to set up the final U.S.Read more
Men’s college lacrosse appears poised to add an automatic shot clock for the 2019 season, only about a year after the idea began as an experiment.
There is growing support among college coaches at the Division I, II and III levels to install a shot clock to eliminate “stall-ball” strategies that have frustrated opponents, broadcasters and fans alike.Read more
There’s no shortage of men’s lacrosse stars for powerhouses like the United States, Canada and the Iroquois Nationals to tap for the Federation of International Men’s World Lacrosse Championship, which opens Thursday in Netanya, Israel.
But for nontraditional nations, the pool is not quite as deep.
That’s where someone like John Tornabene steps in.Read more
In its seventh year, the charity lacrosse tournament Shootout For Soldiers conducts hourlong games for 24 hours to raise money for the troops that will start June 20 and run through the 21st.Read more