BOULDER, Colo. – The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) posted the Week Two Coaches Poll on Tuesday, announcing that the University of Colorado men's lacrosse team has moved up to No.1. CU moves in front of two-time defending National Champion Colorado State University to claim the top spot.
The Buffs are 3-0 on the season after beating both Chapman and Boston College at the Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament in Palm Desert, Calif. and taking down the University of Texas in their first home game last Friday.
Senior attackman Riley Seidel, senior attackman Jack Cranston and sophomore midfielder Jake Lucier lead the team in goals so far, helping the Buffs average 16 goals per game.
Junior goaltender Mitch Fenton continues to shine, posting a .654 save percentage on the season.
The Buffaloes head into the weekend taking on No. 5 BYU (5-1) this Friday at 7 p.m. The matchup with BYU will be the first contest in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference (RMLC) for the Buffs. On Saturday, CU will face Michigan State (2-0), also at 7:00 p.m. Both game will be played on Kittredge Field on the CU-Boulder campus.
A link to the full MCLA poll can be found here.
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BOULDER, Colo. – The University of Colorado men’s lacrosse team notched another win, improving to 3-0 on the season. The Buffaloes took on the Texas Longhorns (6-1) on Kittredge Field for their home opener.
Colorado came out running after sophomore long stick midfielder Clark Salamie won the opening face-off and took it to the net, missing his shot wide. On the restart the Buffs worked the ball around and senior attackman Tyler Dougherty putting Colorado on the board 34 seconds into the game.
The Buffs continued to play fast and aggressive on defense and offense, adding two more goals in the first couple minutes of play. Texas finally settled in with a possession on offense and got on the board with their first goal of the game.
PALM DESERT, Calif. – The University of Colorado men's lacrosse team (2-0) registered 15 goals in their opening game win against Chapman University (0-2) today at the Coaches versus Cancer Tournament in Palm Desert, Calif. this weekend.
Senior attackman Riley Seidel scored five of the 15 goals, leading the seven other Buffs who also racked up 10 points throughout the game.
After losing the opening face-off, the Buffaloes trailed by two goals quickly. However, they quickly rebounded making a quick comeback with four straight goals. The opening goal of the 2014 season was scored by sophomore midfielder Ryan Stoll on a dodge down the right alley when he stung the top left corner past the Chapman goaltender. Junior attackman Jace Gan followed Stoll's goal to tie the game in the middle of the first quarter. A goal by senior attackman Jack Cranston, followed by a goal from Seidel ended the first quarter with the Buffs leading 4-3.
The University of Colorado men's lacrosse team is pleased to announce their spring 2014 roster. Click here to view the roster.
BOULDER, Colo. - The University of Colorado men’s lacrosse team is excited to announce their 2014 schedule. Along with a difficult conference schedule, the Buffs will challenge themselves with one of the toughest out of conference schedules in the country. Colorado will play seven out of conference opponents who earned a bid to the MCLA National Championships in 2013.
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2013 Alumni Game
BOULDER, Colo. – In an effort to help those in the communities impacted by the catastrophic Colorado floods, the Universities of Colorado men’s lacrosse team recently took to the streets to lend their muscle to residents still reeling from the devastating damage.
More than 50 of the student athletes headed into the flood ravaged Boulder suburbs. They went door-to-door, asking hard-hit residents if they needed a helping hand. The response was overwhelmingly positive as the flood victims welcomed the players with open arms.