Women’s lacrosse is growing at a rapid pace at the Division I level, with no signs of stopping.

That’s subject of a feature story published Feb. 6 in the Baltimore Sun.

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* Game times set for men’s championship gamesNandN

* Sacred Heart University employs hidden-ball trick

* HS hockey player scores lacrosse-style goal

* InsideLacrosse.com NCAA Preview Central (men’s/women’s)

* An early look at defending NCAA D-I men’s champion Loyola

* Penn men’s lax team tutors fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders

* USC set to play first-ever varsity women’s lacrosse game

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2 Responses to “News & notes: Growth of D-I women’s game explored; more headlines”

  1. fD1Laxer says:

    Thanks for the item on women’s Lax – it is shameful how little coverage there is generally in the press and by ESPN/other broadcasters of a sport with such exploding participation. Look at the Junior commits posted on LaxPower, and you will see that there are more 2014 girls who have committed to play in college at this point than boys! Joe, please consider expanding coverage to the women’s game. Here’s to a great 2013 season for all. Cheers.

    • ladies says:

      I guess the key to more coverage of women’s lax is more people commenting and talking about it on blogs like this. So don’t take this the wrong way – instead of putting it on others, do YOUR part! Post comments about women’s lax daily and keep it going.

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