Daily Archives: June 4, 2012

NCAA Men’s Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Loyola Men’s Lacrosse 2012 NCAA Lacrosse National Championship Win Over Maryland On May 28

The Loyola University Maryland men’s lacrosse team completed their 2012 season 18-1 and won their first ever national championship. The Greyhounds defeated the Maryland Terrapins in the Championship game 9-3 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA

MCLA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Colorado State Men’s Lacrosse 2012 MCLA National Championship Win Over Cal Poly On May 19

The game action was great when Colorado State and Cal Poly met at the MCLA Championship game at Sirrine field in Greenville, South Carolina. Both teams were coming off of big wins as Cal Poly knocked off Arizona State and Colorado beat 2012 MCLA Champions BYU.

“Lacrosse Magazine June 2012” Issue Features Midfielders, Title IX Legislation, And Duke-Virginia Lacrosse Rivalry

COVER STORY: Portrait of a Throwback:  On today’s lacrosse field midfielders often gravitate – or are confined – to one end. You play offense or you play defense. You face off or you grab a long pole to play the wing. But before you declare the two-way, 60-minute midfielder extinct, consider the 2012 U.S. Under-19 men’s national team. By Joel Censer and Corey McLaughlin. Title IX 40th Anniversary:  It has been 40 years since President Richard Nixon signed into law Title IX – the gender equity legislation that has since been a boon to women’s athletics. LM gathered reflections from women across generations. By Clare Lochary. All-Access in Durham: Start slow, finish strong. It has become a rite of spring for Duke and a staple of John Danowski-coached teams. But the 2012 journey was unlike any other. After barely beating Marist, a trip to Charlottesville to face ACC rival and No. 1 Virginia loomed. In one of the sport’s great anomalies, the Blue Devils had won 11 of the last 12 games against Virginia. Would they make it 12 of 13? LM spent three days in Durham embedded with the team to find out. By Matt Forman. There & Back Again: Gina Oliver’s unlikely journey as a lacrosse player took her from Pottstown to Prague. After calling it quits, she settled in as a college coach in Pittsburgh. Now she’s on a comeback trail she hopes will take her north of the border with Team USA in 2013. “The typical lacrosse player comes from middle or upper middle class and has it pretty good,” said Sue Stimmel, who coached Oliver at Ohio State. “Gina is not your typical lacrosse players.” By Clare Lochary. Vision Quest: Michael Crawford wanted his Hampton University classmates to fall in love with the sport he had known since childhood. It turned out to be a his dying wish. Thanks to a bereaved mother who never took no for an answer – and with a helping hand from US Lacrosse – it came together in historic fashion. By Paul White. Your Edge: Learn how to bust up fast breaks with Maryland defender Iliana Sanza and how to start them with Notre Dame goalie and clearing extraordinaire John Kemp. The Scoop: Joe Spallina’s two-a-days as coach of the Stony Brook women and Major League Lacrosse’s Long Island Lizards, aerospace with Michigan’s Trevor Yealy and John Grant Jr.’s kingdom.