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December 1, 2013
New England's Greatest Players: #1 Matt Striebel
Prep, college and pro champ — and Team USA legend — Matt Striebel (Gill, Mass.) tops our yearlong countdown of New England’s best players.
November 24, 2013
New England's Greatest Players: Introducing Nos. 20-11
Here are Nos. 20-11 on New England Lacrosse Journal's list of the greatest players from New England.
November 16, 2013
Cornell alum Langton earns spot on Olympic bobsled team
Since graduating in 2012, former lax midfielder Chris Langton’s athletic drive has been in a different direction, as a pusher in bobsled racing.
November 6, 2013
Northeast Classic continues to help fund cancer research
Over the past five years, the Northeast Classic has donated close to $155,000 to Genitourinary cancer and women's cancers research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. To learn more, check out their video or visit their website at www.northeastclassic.org.
September 13, 2013
UMass-Lowell puts coaching staffs in place for 2015
UMass-Lowell — which is bringing its lacrosse program back to varsity status after roughly 25 years — has named its coaching staffs for both its men’s and women’s teams.
September 9, 2013
Northeast Classic set for Oct. 12-13 in Braintree, Mass.
The 2013 Northeast Classic - Face Off Against Cancer is scheduled for Oct. 12-13 at Thayer Academy's off-campus turf fields in Braintree, Massachusetts.
June 27, 2013
From NELJ: Toughest college stars to replace
Here are 11 leaders from New England teams who will be among the toughest players to replace come 2014.
June 14, 2013
Looking back on the 2013 college season in New England
This was no fairty-tale season for New England colleges, but there were some memorable moments.
June 13, 2013
New England's Greatest Players: #5 John Fay
UNH legend John Fay (Concord, Mass.) comes in at No. 5 on our list of the greatest players from New England.
May 28, 2013
Lawson, New Englanders lead Duke to national title
Eight New England natives were crowned national champions, as Duke earned a 16-10 win over Syracuse in the finals of the NCAA tourney.
May 22, 2013
Yale falls agonizingly short of reaching Final Four
With a chance to reach the national semifinals for the first time since 1990, the Bulldogs coughed up a 6-4 lead late in a crushing loss to Syracuse.
May 17, 2013
White, Riley adapt in championship environment at Virginia
New Englanders Matt White and Blake RIley had to change much of what they did in high school in order to become valuable contributors at the college level.
May 14, 2013
Men's D1 Journal: Yale hangs tough, makes NCAA history
Yale will continue its quest on Saturday against top-seeded Syracuse in the NCAA quarterfinals.
May 6, 2013
Bryant draws top-seeded Syracuse in NCAA tournament
With Bryant and Yale qualifying for the NCAA tournament, New England will have two sets of Bulldogs vying for a national championship.
May 3, 2013
Men's D1 Journal: UMass left wondering what might've been
After entering the year with big aspirations, the Minutemen saw their 2013 season end in frustrating fashion.
April 26, 2013
Men's D1 Journal: Tournament seeds to be settled Saturday
Matt Noonan takes a look at all of the various scenarios that could play out Saturday, as local teams vie for high seeds in their conference tourneys.
April 18, 2013
Men's D1 Journal: This season, Yale stands alone
If the NCAA Division 1 playoffs were to start today, Yale would be the only squad from New England competing for a national championship.
April 15, 2013
From NELJ: Sean Wright, Providence Friars off to fast start
Providence’s perfect beginning instills the upstart men’s team with a foundation for future success.
April 12, 2013
Men's D1 Journal: Harvard hustling to climb standings
The Crimson snapped their three-game skid with an 18-8 win over Quinnipiac and now have their sights set on ascending in the Ivy League standings.
April 5, 2013
Men's D1 Journal: Yale keeps pace in Ivy League race
For the past few seasons, Cornell has been the dominant squad in the Ancient Eight, but teams like Penn, Princeton and Yale haven't made things easy for the Big Red.