|Institutions||Conf||Win %||Overall||Last 10||Streak|
News & Videos
July 14, 2017 - Men's Lacrosse Doug Sage Chosen as Next Drew Men's Lacrosse Coach MADISON, N.J. – Doug Sage has been selected as the fifth head coach in the 40-year history of the Drew University men's lacrosse program,...[ Read More ]
June 9, 2017 - Men's Lacrosse Seven Earn IMLCA All-Region Honors Avon, CT - The Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) has announced its NCAA Division III All Region Teams.[ Read More ]
June 9, 2017 - Men's Lacrosse Four Earn USILA/Nike Scholar All-American Honors The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association released it's 2017 Division I, II and III USILA/Nike Scholar All-Americans on Thursday...[ Read More ]
June 2, 2017 - Men's Lacrosse Seven Ranked in Final Learfield Directors' Cup CLEVELAND, Ohio – The final Learfield Directors’ Cup standings for Division III has been announced, and seven Landmark institutions made...[ Read More ]More News
Athlete Of The Week
Men's Offensive Athlete of the Week Ryan D'Alessandro, Drew (So, A - Glen Ridge, N.J.) Sophomore attacker Ryan D'Alessandro paced the Rangers' attack with four points in the 9-8 win over Susquehanna in the regular season finale on Saturday at Ranger Stadium. He netted a pair of goals and added two assists to help Drew finish 4-2 in the conference and head into the Landmark Championship as the No. 3 seed with a win. He assisted on Drew's ninth goal in the third goal, the eventual game-winner, added scored back-to-back tallies earlier in the period to put the Rangers up 7-2. D'Alessandro added a groundball, and put four of his five shots on target in...
Men's Defensive Athlete of the Week Tom Mahoney, Elizabethtown (Fr, G - Hillsborough, N.J.) Elizabethtown freshman Tom Mahoney played huge for E-town in a 10-8 win over Catholic to help the Jays lock up the top seed in the Landmark Tournament. He made 10 saves in 59 minutes and allowed only six goals.
Previous Athlete of the Week