The men’s lacrosse team split its two games last week, defeating Bryant University before falling to Bucknell University. With the split, the team moved its record to 4-2 and is currently ranked 13th in the nation. The Dragons knocked off the Bryant Bulldogs with a score of 11-5 March 9 at Vidas Field. The victory […]
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Men’s Lacrosse Names 2012-13 Captains After a largely successful season that almost put the Drexel University men’s lacrosse team into the NCAA Tournament, the players have named their new captains. Midfielders Garrett McIntosh and Aaron Prosser and defenseman Chris Walsh, all seniors, will be captains for the 2012-13 season. McIntosh didn’t make any starts in […]
Senior defenseman Dana Wilber was named to the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-American third team May 24. His addition to the All-American team made 2012 the fifth out of the previous six years that a Dragon was named to the honorable roster. He joined Scott Perri, Mark Manos, Bruce Bickford, and Adam Crystal. Despite […]
Both Drexel University and the greater Philadelphia region will be in the national spotlight this weekend as four teams come to town for the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals. The University of Virginia, the University of Notre Dame, Colgate University and Duke University will put a bid to the Final Four on the line in a […]
After defeating Penn State University in the semifinals of the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament, the Dragons earned themselves a spot in the championship game against the top-ranked team in the nation, the undefeated University of Massachusetts. Unfortunately, this was where Drexel’s journey came to an end, as the Minutemen outscored the Dragons 18-12 May 5 […]
Drexel senior defender Dana Wilber keeps his distance against a University of Notre Dame attackman during the Dragons 5-6 loss to the Irish at Vidas Field March 3. It’s always great to go out on top. While the Drexel University men’s lacrosse team could not bring home the ultimate prize, the Colonial Athletic Association Championship, […]
Drexel junior attackman Robert Church shoots one bye Villanova University goalkeeper Dan Gutierrez. Church scored one goal and two assists in the 9-14 loss to the Wildcats at Villanova Feb. 28. Church on the season leads the Dragons with 24 goals and 42 points. Coming off clinching a spot in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament […]
Though the Drexel University men’s lacrosse team has experienced its ups and downs, the Dragons completely annihilated Towson University 13-5 April 21 in the final Colonial Athletic Association match of the regular season to earn a spot in postseason play. It was neck-and-neck early in the contest, with Drexel leading 2-1 at the end of […]
During the final stretch of the Drexel University men’s lacrosse 2011-12 season, the Dragons found themselves losing games by an extremely small margin. During their April 14 contest against the University of Massachusetts Minutemen, who were tied for No. 1 in the nation, the Dragons (5-7, 3-2 Colonial Athletic Association) fell just short in the […]
Drexel men’s lacrosse senior midfielder Kyler Bergman cradles the ball in the pocket of his stick as he carries it up the field during the dragons 9-14 loss at Villanova University Feb. 28. Bergman scored one goal and had four assists, amassing five points on the night. The Drexel University men’s lacrosse team suffered its […]
Junior attackman Brendan Glynn passes the ball. In the Dragons’ most recent game against Bucknell Glynn had one assist, four shots and four ground balls. Drexel’s men’s lacrosse team is quickly digging itself into a big hole. While on the way down, the team is finding out there are multiple ways to lose a lacrosse […]
A schedule that consists of three top-10 teams in the first five games must belong to a team of high caliber and a rich history. Not to say that the Drexel men’s lacrosse team doesn’t have a rich history — they have been extremely successful as of late, being ranked in the top 20 at […]
After a long winter, the Drexel men’s lacrosse team gears up for its first game of the year against the University of Virginia. For the seniors on the team, this is their last chance to pull out a big season. As veteran goaltender Mark Manos enters his final year, he hopes to leave Drexel on […]
Head Coach Brian Voelker gives his payers direction during a 2010-11 game. Voelker is entering his third season as head coach and hopes to make this season the best yet. Like a great wine that gets better with age, the men’s lacrosse team improves each year with the guidance of head coach Brian Voelker. Voelker […]
Senior forward Christina Mastropaolo received her second consecutive Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year award. She finished her senior year with 14 goals. The 2010-11 Drexel athletic year was filled with ups and downs for Drexel. Through it all, many Dragons proved their worth as top athletes in their respective teams. I sat down […]
Two Drexel University athletes were recently recognized nationally for their hard work. Casondra Clawson of the women’s crew team and Kyle Bergman of the men’s lacrosse team were named All-Americans by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. The announcement came May 12 when the NSCA released the list of the 247 All-American players recognized for […]
After four seasons as a Dragon, senior Scott Perri has earned the highest honor of all. The attackman has been named the Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year in a vote made by the league’s seven head coaches. “CAA Player of the Year has made it an almost perfect end to my senior […]
The men’s lacrosse team closed the season with a bang. Drexel (8-6, 3-3 Colonial Athletic Association) took down St. John’s University (4-9, 2-3 Big East) in a 14-7 victory April 30 in Flushing, N.Y. Drexel sophomore Robert Church scored a career-high of nine points throughout the game, earning himself the title of Colonial Athletic Association […]
The men’s lacrosse team bid their seniors goodbye the right way. Drexel defeated Towson 13-9 at Vidas Field April 23 for the last home game of the season. In an effort led by senior Scott Perri, the Dragons surged ahead in the second half and the Tigers couldn’t catch up. “We had a lot to […]
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