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Sunday, February 25th, 2007

“DURHAM, N.C. – Men’s lacrosse – the game, not the scandal – made an emotional and triumphant return to Duke University on Saturday.
After a traumatic, abbreviated 2006 season, which ended after eight games following an off-campus party that led to rape charges against three players and cost 16-year coach Mike Pressler his job, many are [...]

The Fastest Sport On Two Feet

Sunday, May 28th, 2006

The 2006 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship will be held tomorrow afternoon in my hometown. The undefeated Virginia Cavaliers will face off against the upset-minded Massachusetts Minutemen in the Division I title game. The game starts at 1pm on ESPN. If you’re available, make an effort to watch some of the action. It’s the greatest sport [...]


Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

“Lawyers for 46 players on the Duke Lacrosse team said DNA test results released yesterday proved that none of the players raped a woman at an off-campus party last month. The lawyers said none of the players’ DNA was found on the woman, on any of her clothing or possessions, or under artificial fingernails that [...]


Thursday, March 30th, 2006

The Duke University Men’s Lacrosse team has been suspended after allegations that a rape occurred during a team party earlier this month. Cripes, I wanted to see my sport get more attention, but this is not exactly what I meant. Allegedly, there is a mountain of evidence against some players on the squad, and the [...]


Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

Okay, so it’s only the first game of the season, but the Northeast Catholic High School Lacrosse team is now 1-0! The Falcons brutalized Kennedy-Kenrick High School today by a score of 8-0. My kids looked pretty sharp, showing little to no off-season rust. The defense is definitely the backbone of this year’s squad, and [...]

It Begins

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year . . . “
Today is March 1st – opening day of the high school lacrosse season in Philadelphia. It also means that I’ll be spending even less time at home now, since I am still coaching at Northeast Catholic High School. Unfortunately, my time with the lads [...]

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