The Division I lacrosse world looks like it will be welcoming a big new addition.
The University of Michigan is ready to announce it will be adding Division I programs for both men’s and women’s lacrosse, according to a report by Terry Foy at InsideLacrosse.com. You can check out the story by clicking here.
It is expected the Wolverines’ men’s team will start D-I play next season, and the women’s team in 2013.
Michigan currently fields one of the most successful MCLA teams (photo above), which has featured many players from the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region.
In December, Marquette University, which competes in the Big East Conference, announced it would be launching D-I programs for men’s and women’s lax.
For a rundown of this week’s D-I games, and games you can catch on TV, click here.
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