Daily Archives: November 10, 2010

NCAA Men’s Lacrosse: Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Announces 2011 Schedule Featuring Johns Hopkins, North Carolina, Syracuse, Harvard And Cornell


Princeton’s 2011 schedule begins on Feb. 26 at Hofstra. Between that game and the regular-season finale two months and four days later at Cornell, Princeton will face five teams who played in the NCAA tournament a year ago, its six Ivy League opponents, one opponent is has played basically every year since the early 1920s and another team it has only played three times despite being located an hour apart.

Date Opponent Location Time (EST) Results  
  Sat, Feb 26  Hofstra at Hempstead, N.Y.   11:30 a.m.    
  Sat, Mar 05  Johns Hopkins at Baltimore, Md.   2 p.m.    
  Fri, Mar 11  North Carolina Princeton, N.J.   7 p.m.
  Tue, Mar 15  Villanova Princeton, N.J.   7 p.m.
  Sat, Mar 19  Penn * at Philadelphia, Pa.   3 p.m.    
  Sat, Mar 26  Yale * Princeton, N.J.   1 p.m.
  Sat, Apr 02  Brown * Princeton, N.J.   1 p.m.
  Sat, Apr 09  Syracuse Princeton, N.J.   4 p.m.
  Tue, Apr 12  Rutgers at Piscataway, N.J.   7 p.m.    
New England Lacrosse Classic
  Sat, Apr 16  Dartmouth * at Gillette Stadium * Foxboro, Mass.   1 p.m.    
  Sat, Apr 23  Harvard * Princeton, N.J.   1 p.m.
  Sat, Apr 30  Cornell * at Ithaca, N.Y.   1 p.m.    

Lacrosse-Radio.com “Recruiting Corner”: Tom Kovic Of CollegeRecruiting.tv Discusses “Official Campus Visits” By Lacrosse Student-Athletes And Their Families (Audio)

Tom Kovic of Victory Collegiate Consulting and CollegeRecruiting.tv

Tom Kovic of Victory Collegiate Consulting and CollegeRecruiting.tv discusses “Official Campus Visits” by student-athletes and their families, specifically answering the question “What benefits can a student-athlete and family receive while on an official visit?”

LAX4LIFE Classic: Arizona Lacrosse Community Unites In 3rd Annual Lacrosse Classic Fundraiser

In what has become a valley fall tradition, The Desert Vista Lacrosse Club, is planning the 3rd Annual Lax4Life Classic, a day of lacrosse that benefits local families dealing with childhood leukemia. In addition to funds raised from the tournament directly, organizers are seeking business or private sponsorships to benefit this worthy cause. Additional proceeds will also support the wider lacrosse community by funding two seasonally lacrosse “scholarships” for deserving players to offset the cost of playing the sport in the 2010-2011 period.

Desert Vista Midfielder, Matt Erwin, advances the ball against Horizon Huskies. Photo courtesy of Jim Grey.

The tournament has grown tremendously,” said Coach Lannon, who along many other valley lacrosse enthusiasts, officials, volunteers, and players, have donated their time and talents to raise funds to support the cause. The Desert Vista Thunder High School Boys Lacrosse team found inspiration in helping the the Wein family in their journey to help their son, Brady, who was diagnosed with Leukemia two years ago. This inspiration was reflected in the team’s motto for the 2010 season, “B’lieve.” The motto was emblazoned on the team’s warm-up gear where the “B” stands for baby Brady. It was meant as a reminder of the courage and faith of the Wein family, and the club’s belief in the strength that can be drawn from that courage.

Desert Vista Midfielder Colton Valadez takes a pass while Mesa Heat defenseman. Photo courtesy of Jim Grey.

The tournament has grown from 8 teams in 2008, to 30 teams last year,” said Coach Lannon. “We are hoping for even greater participation this year. All levels of the sport in the valley are represented from 6th Grade and under through college-level MCLA teams like the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University, to Men’s Club Teams from ASU and the Desert Men’s Lacrosse League.” Lax4Life raised $2000 in 2009 from team participation fees, corporate donations, volunteer concession and sales. The Arizona Lacrosse Officials Association (ALOA) has stepped up and donated their fees for refereeing dozens of games which makes the tournament effective in attracting wide participation from teams across the region. The “Classic” is free to spectators and a great way to gain exposure to North America’s oldest athletic game.

Mike Wein, who's son is suffering from luekemia, addresses Desert Vista Thunder. Photo courtesy of Jim Grey.

The Lax4Life Classic

th, 2010. Teams play 3 games, no records or playoffs, just good fall ball competition.  Fees are $225 per team ($75 a game) and $50 a game for the 6th and under division.  Most 6th and under teams play two games.  will be held in Gilbert’s Discovery Park December 4

PR Contact:

Jim Grey, DV Lacrosse Communications


480-246-4763 (M)

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NCAA Men’s Lacrosse: Syracuse Men’s Lacrosse Announces 2011 Schedule Which Includes Army, Virginia, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Princeton, Cornell And Notre Dame

Date   Opponent Time/Result   Location  
Sat, Feb 5   Le Moyne/Hofstra (Exhib.) TBA   Carrier Dome  
Thu, Feb 10   Maryland (Exhib.) TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sun, Feb 20   Denver TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sun, Feb 27   Army TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sun, Mar 6   Virginia TBA   Carrier Dome  
Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic
Sat, Mar 12 * Georgetown 11 a.m.   Baltimore, Md.  
Tue, Mar 15   Albany TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sat, Mar 19   Johns Hopkins TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sat, Mar 26 * Villanova TBA   Villanova, Pa.  
Konica Minolta Big City Classic
Sun, Apr 3   Duke 6:30 p.m.   E. Rutherford, N.J.  
Sat, Apr 9   Princeton TBA   Princeton, N.J.  
Tue, Apr 12   Cornell TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sat, Apr 16 * Providence TBA   Foxboro, Mass.  
Tue, Apr 19   Hobart TBA   Carrier Dome  
ESPNU Warrior Classic
Sat, Apr 23 * Rutgers 6:30 p.m.   E. Hartford, Conn.  
Sat, Apr 30 * Notre Dame TBA   Carrier Dome  
Sat, May 7 * St. John’s TBA   Carrier Dome