George Mason women’s lacrosse coach Jessy Morgan wanted to take a stand and contribute to a cause she believes so strongly in.
The UVA women’s lacrosse team (9-8) earned its 21st consecutive NCAA Championship bid, securing an at-large berth.
Virginia (4-5) posted a 13-12 triumph over No. 8 Johns Hopkins (4-3) on Sunday afternoon, inside Klöckner Stadium.
The Virginia Cavaliers (3-5, 0-2 ACC) dropped a heartbreaker in overtime, 8-7, against the No. 2 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (5-1, 1-0 ACC) on Saturday.
No. 14 Virginia (1-1)went on the road and cruised to a 14-7 triumph over the Drexel Dragons (0-1) on Saturday afternoon, at Vidas Field.
This summer, James Madison lacrosse Assistant Coach Julie Gardner and recent graduate Stephanie Finley had a chance to play together for the STX Women’s Lacrosse Team, a post collegiate team competing and growing the game internationally.
Emily Boissonneault has joined the James Madison women’s lacrosse coaching staff as an assistant coach, Head Coach Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe announced earlier this week.
The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays (10-6) used an 11-0 run over the first and second quarters to eliminate No. 7 seed UVA (10-5) in the NCAA Tournament’s First Round, 19-7, Sunday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium.
No. 19 James Madison battled throughout but fell to USC 13-10 in the opening round of the 2015 NCAA Lacrosse Championship on Friday night at Koskinen Stadium.
The UVA women’s lacrosse team (12-6, 4-3 ACC), the No. 7 seed in the 2015 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship, earned an 18-6 victory over Winthrop (17-4, 6-1 Big South) on Friday (May 8) in the tournament’s first-round at Klöckner Stadium.
The UVA men’s lacrosse team begins its NCAA Tournament quest on Sunday when the No. 7 seed Cavaliers host the Big Ten champion Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in the first round.
With a number of home UVA athletics events taking place this weekend, fans should be aware of all of the parking options available to them.
Greg Coholan scored nine points (four goals, four assists) to help elevate the No. 8 UVA men’s lacrosse team (10-4) to a 12-6 non-conference win over the Penn Quakers (6-7) on Saturday night, inside PPL Park.
Virginia senior attacker Casey Bocklet and senior defender Morgan Stephens were named to the 13-member 2015 All-ACC Women’s Lacrosse First Team, as announced today by the conference office.
Ryan Lukacovic scored four goals and dished out three assists to lead No. 9 UVA (9-4) past No. 14 Georgetown (8-5) on Saturday afternoon, 12-9, inside Klöckner Stadium. Trailing 3-0 early, the Cavaliers utilized a 10-2 run to gain control of the Hoyas on Senior Day.
The No. 6 Virginia (8-4, 0-4 ACC) men’s lacrosse team dropped its ACC finale at No. 7 Duke (8-4, 1-3 ACC) on Sunday afternoon, 15-8, inside Koskinen Stadium.
The No. 6 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (10-5, 3-3 ACC) earned a 17-9 victory over No. 11 Louisville (9-5, 1-4 ACC) on Sunday (April 12) in the first-ever meeting between the two teams.
The No. 4 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (9-5, 2-3 ACC) had its six-game win streak snapped with a 14-4 loss to No. 17 Notre Dame (7-5, 2-3 ACC) on Saturday (April 4) at Klöckner Stadium.
No. 4 North Carolina (11-1, 2-0 ACC) used a three-goal third quarter to break open a 4-4 tie over No. 6 Virginia (8-3, 0-3 ACC) and took the key ACC match, 10-6, on Friday evening at Klöckner Stadium.
No. 7 Virginia (6-2) scored two goals in the final 1:34 of regulation to force overtime and Greg Coholan’s sudden-death tally lifted the Cavaliers past No. 19 Johns Hopkins (3-5), 16-15, Saturday night at historic Homewood Field.
Due to a knee injury suffered Thursday in practice, UVA junior attackman James Pannell will miss the remainder of the 2015 season.
Trailing by three goals with 22:44 to play, 15th-ranked James Madison women’s lacrosse finished the game on a 6-2 run to knock off No. 9 Penn State 13-12 on Wednesday afternoon at Penn State Lacrosse Field.
The No. 8 UVA women’s lacrosse team (3-3, 0-2 ACC) fell 10-7 at No. 2 North Carolina (6-1, 1-0 ACC) on Saturday (March 7) at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C.
James Pannell scored six goals and No. 7 UVA (4-1) survived a late surge by No. 8 Cornell (3-2) to escape with a 15-14 triumph on Saturday afternoon at the UHall Turf Field.
Anchored by a season-high 12 saves by senior goalie Schylar Healy, the 15th-ranked James Madison women’s lacrosse team won its fifth game in a row Friday night with a 10-5 victory over Richmond at Robins Stadium.
No. 2 Syracuse (4-0, 1-0 ACC) utilized a 7-0 run out of the gate to set the tone in its 15-9 win over No. 5 UVA (3-1, 0-1 ACC) on Sunday afternoon, inside the Carrier Dome.
With 2.8 seconds remaining in overtime, senior attacker Stephanie Finley scored the game-winning goal to lift the 19th-ranked James Madison women’s lacrosse team to an 11-10 victory over No. 14 Loyolaon Saturday evening at the Ridley Athletic Complex.
The No. 8 UVA women’s lacrosse team (1-2, 0-1 ACC) came up a goal short against No. 3 Syracuse (4-0, 1-0 ACC), falling 14-13 on Monday (Feb. 23) at the Carrier Dome in a rematch of last season’s NCAA Semifinal game.
Behind a balanced offensive attack that saw six players on the 19th-ranked JMU women’s lacrosse team notch multiple goals, the Dukes topped High Point 16-8 at the University Park turf field on Monday afternoon to earn their third straight win.
Zed Williams scored a career-high four goals and assisted another to help propel No. 6 UVA (3-0) to a 14-5 road win over Rutgers (1-2) on Saturday afternoon, inside High Point Solutions Stadium.
Due to inclement weather predicted for the area, Sunday afternoon’s women’s lacrosse game between James Madison and High Point has been postponed until Monday afternoon.
No. 7 UVA (1-1) used a second half surge and rolled past the Richmond Spiders (0-2) Wednesday afternoon, 14-6, inside Robins Stadium.
Led by a career-high five-goal performance from redshirt-sophomore attacker Betsy Angel, the James Madison women’s lacrosse team earned a 15-11 victory over UConn Sunday afternoon at University Park.
The No. 9 UVA men’s lacrosse team (2-0) overcame a snowstorm and an early three-goal deficit to defeat No. 16 Drexel (0-1) at Klöckner Stadium, 14-10, on Valentine’s Day night.
The No. 7 UVA women’s lacrosse team (0-1) opened the 2015 season with a 6-5 loss to No. 5 Northwestern (2-0) in the Cobb County Classic at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga.
No. 9 UVA (1-0) manufactured a five-goal third quarter and survived a late rally by No. 7 Loyola (0-1) to win its season-opening game, 13-12, on Saturday afternoon at the Ridley Athletic Complex.
The UVA men’s lacrosse team will have five regular-season games, in addition to the ACC Tournament, broadcast on ESPNU in 2015.
UVA men’s lacrosse head coach Dom Starsia announced the team’s 2015 schedule today. The challenging slate features 13 games, including seven home contests at Klöckner Stadium.
UVA announced its 2015 women’s lacrosse schedule Monday which features eight regular-season home games and includes contests against 10 opponents that played in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
UVA men’s lacrosse head coach Dom Starsia announced that midfielders Greg Coholan, Tyler German, Ryan Tucker and attackman Owen Van Arsdale have been selected as team captains for the 2015 season.
For a second-straight season, every incoming lacrosse player at VMI completed their first week on Post following Matriculation. The Keydet lacrosse team gained 17 members of the Class of 2015+3 in advance of head coach Brian Anken’s fifth season at the Institute.