As quickly as it started, the college lacrosse season is nearing its end for the vast majority of New England's teams. Most postseason tournaments are set for the first weekend in May – a short three weeks away.
In the interim, there are plenty of compelling storylines to keep track of throughout the region's collegiate landscape. After all, there are three defending national champions on the men's side – Yale (Division 1), Merrimack (Division 2) and Wesleyan (Division 3) – and Boston College is looking at avenge its own national demons in the D1 women's realm.
There's a TON of lacrosse to keep track of, so we picked out 10 angles that could shape what late April, early May and potentially Memorial Day weekend look like for New England's teams and players.
Let's get right on into it.