Towson has released its schedule for the 2019 season. Here is a breakdown of what awaits the Tigers, who went 7-8 last spring and finished second in the Colonial Athletic Association.
In the past 10 years, Towson has advanced to seven CAA tournaments and four NCAA postseasons — all since 2012, during Shawn Nadelen’s tenure as head coach.Read more
Once upon a time, Morgan State played men’s lacrosse and scored a fairy-tale win over a legendary foe — a victory that, 43 years later, still resonates with the stick world. On March 8, 1975, the Bears — then the only lacrosse team from a historically black college, and one with a shoestring budget — defeated No. 1 Washington & Lee, 8-7, ending the Generals’ 27-game regular-season winning streak.Read more
John Harbaugh showed up at his weekly Ravens news conference Monday in team colors. There was gold, but not purple or black.
In a Notre Dame sweater, the Ravens coach confirmed that his daughter, Alison, a junior at Bryn Mawr who plays for TLC Lacrosse, has committed to play women’s lacrosse in South Bend, Ind.Read more
After months of debate and discussion, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved Wednesday afternoon an 80-second visible shot clock in men’s lacrosse for the 2019 season.
The measure was met with widespread support from several Baltimore-area Division I coaches.
“I think it’s a win-win,” Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala said. “I think it’s a really fair compromise.”Read more
Attackman Jon Mazza has been given his release to transfer from the Towson men’s lacrosse program, coach Shawn Nadelen said Tuesday evening.
“He was granted his full release,” Nadelen said in a text.
Mazza, who was expected to spend his senior year with the Tigers, scored 16 goals and assisted on eight others for a career-high 24 points in just eight starts last season.Read more
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