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May Madness: Ivy League Preview

May 5, 2011 by


March Madness may be a more recognized term, but in the world of lacrosse, the madness takes place in May. The regular season is coming to a close and teams all over the country are fighting to keep their seasons alive. Conference championships are taking place and 756sports has the Ivy League and NESCAC Previews […]

Get Ready to Lax Like Never Before

April 4, 2011 by


WIth the start of the MLB season last weekend, lacrosse may have taken a back seat; however, this week lacrosse is in the driver’s seat. First, the undefeated and 756sports sponsored Trinity lacrosse team begins their toughest stretch of the season. Wednesday, they battle for Connecticut supremacy against the Wesleyan Cardinals in Middletown and then […]

Bay Area Athlete of the Week: Roy Lang

March 29, 2011 by


If you want to be 756sports’ athlete of the week, then you need to pull a Greg Jennings and put the team on your back. This past week, Roy Lang did just that as he recorded consecutive hat tricks, including a game-winner in overtime against Ivy League foe, Penn. Roy has been a constant on […]

Bay Area Athlete of the Week: Brendan Newland

March 14, 2011 by


Jam-packed weekend gave rise to many candidates for the coveted 756sports’ Bay Area Athlete of the Week award. It could have been given to Rob Emery for scoring two goals in UVA’s 11-9 win over the Big Red. Emery tied the game at 7-7 in third quarter by putting the ball where mama keeps the […]

It’s Just One of Those Days…

March 9, 2011 by


There is a saying that the only abnormal day is when the improbable does not happen. In that case, today was a very normal day. First, Stanford made national headlines for an academic scandal when it was discovered that student-athletes had an exclusive list of easy classes to help them boost their G.P.A.’s. By most […]

Get Your Lax Sticks Out This Weekend, It’s Time to Chay

March 8, 2011 by


Tough weekend for Bay Area Lax. It started out promising as Rob Emery introduced himself to the nation by ripping top cheese in the first quarter of UVA’s showdown with Syracuse. Unfortunately, that was the theme of the weekend as all the Players to Watch scored g’s, but could not record w’s. Parker Brown had […]

East Coast Lax Ain’t Shit

March 3, 2011 by


It’s March Madness time and not only does that imply a small college basketball tournament, but it also marks the start of lacrosse season. Until the last few years, this season meant nothing to West Coast fans, but times have changed and west coast players are starting to thrive in major college lacrosse. They are […]