BC Campus Recreation – Club Sports
<p>The Boston College Club Baseball team, which was founded in the fall of 2013, competes in the <a href=”http://www.clubbaseball.org/ConferenceDetail.aspx?conference=North%20Atlantic%20-%20North&year=”>North Atlantic – North Division</a> of the <a href=”http://www.clubbaseball.org/”>NCBA (National Club Baseball Association)</a> against teams such as Boston University, Northeastern, The University of Massachusetts, the University of Connecticut, and SUNY Albany. Tryouts for the team are held within the first two to three weeks of school at Cassidy Park in Cleveland Circle, which is also where the team holds most of their practices and their home contests. The majority of the games are played in three game series which generally occur on the weekends during both the fall and spring season. While in season, the team typically has two to three practices each week and during the winter months they train in the Alumni Stadium Bubble. </p>
<p>Visit the team <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bceaglesclubbaseball.com/”>website</a> or follow us on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcclubbaseball”>Twitter,</a> <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcclubbaseball/”>Instagram</a> and <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/EaglesClubBaseball”>Facebook</a> </p>
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<p>The Boston College Club Baseball team, which was founded in the fall of 2013, competes in the <a href=”http://www.clubbaseball.org/ConferenceDetail.aspx?conference=North%20Atlantic%20-%20North&year=”>North Atlantic – North Division</a> of the <a href=”http://www.clubbaseball.org/”>NCBA (National Club Baseball Association)</a>.</p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Crew team is comprised of a group of hard-working, driven athletes who row at a competitive level both regionally and nationally. The team is an affiliate of the <a href=”http://www.ecacsports.com/landing/index”>Eastern College Athletic Conference</a> which is a part of the <a href=”http://www.americancollegiaterowing.com/#”>American Collegiate Rowing Association.</a> While the team’s primary season is the spring, the Men’s Crew team is active throughout the year, starting with pre-season training before the academic year begins and continuing into fall competitions and winter training. During the fall and spring competition seasons, the team practices 6 days a week on the Charles River out of the Community Rowing, Inc. boathouse and during winter training the team typically practices 4 to 5 days a week indoors. During an athlete’s first year of rowing he will be a member of the Novice team. Prior experience is not required – in fact, the Novice team is typically comprised of athletes who did not row in high school. The team is also always interested in females who want to participate as coxswains. While the team may make some cuts a few weeks into the fall depending on how many athletes consistently show up, they are happy to teach anybody to row that is willing to work hard and put in the effort.</p>
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<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Crew team is comprised of a group of hard-working, driven athletes who row at a competitive level both regionally and nationally.</p>
<p>Visit the Boston College Men’s Club Crew team <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.bccrew.org/”>website</a> or follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bcmensrowing?ref=br_tf”>Facebook</a>, Twitter and Instagram. <br>
<p>The Boston College Club Cycling Team is a member of the <a href=”http://collegiatecycling. org/eccc/wiki/”>Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC)</a>, one of the 11 collegiate <a href=”https://www.usacycling.org/”>USA Cycling</a> conferences. The team races against over 50 schools that range in geography from Canada to Pennsylvania. Racing in both the fall and the spring, the cycling team has both mountain and road racing teams. The conference is well-suited to introducing people to racing as well as hosting competitive categories for the more experienced riders. The team’s practices consist of team spin classes three nights a week and group rides on the weekends that focus on long distances and building racing skills. All are welcome as the team seeks to introduce new people to the sport, while also helping veterans racers grow. Prior Racing, or even having a bike, is not required as team members choose how involved with the team they would like to be. Some members choose to only take advantage of the spin classes and the team camaraderie while others participate in every aspect of the team. </p>
<p>You can also visit the team’s <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcclubcycling/”>Instagram</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bccycling”>Twitter</a> and <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bccycling”>Facebook</a> page.<br>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Club Cycling Team is a member of the <a href=”http://collegiatecycling.org/eccc/wiki/”>Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC)</a>, one of the 11 collegiate <a href=”https://www.usacycling.org/”>USA Cycling</a> conferences.</p>
<p>The Boston College Club Equestrian Team was founded in 1993 by a small group of students and has grown over the years. The club is a member of the <a href=”http://www.ihsainc.com/”>Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA)</a> and competes against schools in the region such as BU, Tufts, and Northeastern. The practice throughout the school year at Hillside Meadows Farm, which is located in Graton, Massachusetts about an hour away from campus. Most members attend lessons once a week and in addition, those that are on the show team compete on Saturdays and Sundays during both the fall and spring season. Tryouts for the Show Team are held at the beginning of each semester, because there are only a limited number of spots available at each competition. Riders of all abilities are encouraged to join the team though, because there is a mix of all riding levels. Anyone who has a passion for riding horses and wants the opportunity to ride during college should consider joining the Equestrian Team.</p>
<p>You can follow the Equestrian Team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter. com/BCEquestrian”>twitter</a>!<br>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.Equest[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Club Equestrian Team was founded in 1993 by a small group of students and has grown over the years.</p>
<p>The Boston College Club Field Hockey team competes in the <a href=”http://www.nationalfieldhockeyleague.com/”>National Field Hockey League</a>. During the fall season (September to November), the team practices for two hours, two or three times per week, usually on Mondays and Wednesdays evenings. Competition during the fall season includes several matches against local, New England teams, one divisional tournament, and one invitational tournament. In the off-season in the spring, the team usually participates in local scrimmages and an invitational tournament. The team welcomes players (both men and women) of all levels and backgrounds, although strong field hockey skills and knowledge of the game are encouraged. Tryouts are typically held during the second or third week of September after Student Activities Day when students have the chance to sign up for clubs.</p>
<p>Follow the Field Hockey Team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/BC_ClubFH”>Twitter</a> or visit their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bcclubfieldhockey.weebly.com/”>website.</a> <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.FieldHoc[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Club Field Hockey team competes in the <a href=”http://www.nationalfieldhockeyleague.com/”>National Field Hockey League</a>. </p>
<p>The Boston College Club Figure Skating Team has two components: freestyle and synchronized skating, both of which compete through <a href=”http://www. usfsa.org/”>US Figure Skating</a>. The Synchronized Skating team is a group of 8-20 skaters who skate and perform as one unit and generally compete in the Open Collegiate division. Tryouts are held early in the fall semester, and team practices begin shortly thereafter and continue through the end of February. They normally take place two times per week in the early morning hours in Conte Forum. The team competes at several local competitions as well as the Eastern Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships, where their goal is to qualify for the US Synchronized Skating National Championships. The team encourages everyone to try out for the synchronized team as no prior synchro experience is needed! Additionally, freestyle ice time is available at Conte Forum for students who are interested in competing in collegiate freestyle and dance competitions throughout the year.</p>
<p>You can follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcfiguresk8″>Twitter</a> or visit the team’s <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bcfigureskating. weebly.com/”>website</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bcsynchro”>Facebook</a> page. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.FigureSkatin[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Club Figure Skating Team has two components: freestyle and synchronized skating, both of which compete through <a href=”http://www.usfsa.org/”>US Figure Skating</a>.</p>
<p>The Boston College Club Golf team is composed of competitive golfers looking to be a part of a team and improve their golf skills. The team competes in the <a href=”https://nextgengolf.org/college-golf/nccga/”>National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA</a>) which is a national organization composed of club teams split into regions. BC Club Golf represents the New England Region and competes in both the fall and the spring. In each season, they compete in two regional tournaments and, based on their performance have the ability to qualify for the National Tournament each semester at different destinations. The top 8 players compete in each tournament, which is determined by qualifiers that take place throughout the season. The team’s home course is Newton Commonwealth Golf Course, which is just a short walk from campus. Tryouts are held each fall and everyone is encouraged to give it a shot and be a part of our team! Regardless of whether a member qualifies for Regional Tournaments, there are still opportunities to play, because the team holds golf tournaments in which everyone on the team can play. One of the team’s goals is simply to increase the golf presence on campus so they encourage anyone interested in reaching out.</p>
<p>See what the team is up to on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcclubgolf”>Twitter.</a> </p>
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<p>The Boston College Club Golf team is composed of competitive golfers looking to be a part of a team and improve their golf skills.</p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Basketball Team competes in the <a href=”http://nirsa.net/nirsa/basketball/”>NIRSA Basketball Championship Series</a>. The team’s season runs from October-April each year and begins after tryouts are held in the Fall and an official roster has been set. They practice twice a week in the evenings and compete locally during the regular season in both individual game matchups as well as the NIRSA Regional Tournaments at Boston University and UMass-Amherst. Despite being a young team that was founded in 2013, they have found quite a bit of success early on. Accomplishments include winning the BU Regional Tournament and finishing the NIRSA National Basketball Championships at NC State in second place in 2015. </p>
<p>Follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/BCClubBBall?fref=ts”>Facebook</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcclubbball”>Twitter</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bc_mcbb/”>Instagram</a>.<br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.Mensbasketball@bc.edu”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Basketball Team competes in the <a href=”http://nirsa.net/nirsa/basketball/”>NIRSA Basketball Championship Series</a>.</p>
Men’s Ice Hockey
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Ice Hockey team competes in the <a href=”http://necha.pointstreaksites.com/”>NECHA (New England College Hockey Association)</a> Conference in Division 2 of the <a href=”http://achahockey. org/”>ACHA (American Collegiate Hockey Association)</a>. The team was founded in 2006, and is typically comprised of around 30 members. Tryouts are held at the beginning of September and league competition runs from October to March. On the ice up to four times a week, club hockey offers a level of play between the varsity and intramural levels. While maintaining five consecutive years as runner up in the Northeast Regional, the team offers a highly competitive hockey atmosphere and is comprised of a great group of guys who are willing to put in the work required to remain highly competitive.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/BCClubIceHockey”>Twitter,</a> <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/BCClubHockey?fref=ts”>Facebook</a> and <a adhocenable=”false” href=”http://bostoncollege.pointstreaksites.com/view/bostoncollege”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:club.iceh[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Ice Hockey team competes in the <a href=”http://necha.pointstreaksites.com/”>NECHA (New England College Hockey Association)</a> Conference in Division 2 of the <a href=”http://achahockey.org/”>ACHA (American Collegiate Hockey Association)</a>.</p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Lacrosse Team has been a member of the <a href=”http://mcla.us/”>Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA)</a> since 2005. Within the MCLA, they compete in the <a href=”http://mcla.us/conference/pcll”>Pioneer Collegiate Lacrosse League (PCLL)</a> and play against teams such as UConn and Northeastern during the regular season. The team is active in both the spring and the fall seasons, but its main competitive season in the spring. Practices are generally held twice a week in the fall and three times a week in the spring on either the Newton Lacrosse Field or the Alumni Stadium turf. The team is very competitive with 100+ students trying out each fall.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/BC_Mens_Lax”>Twitter,</a> <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bcmensclublacrosse/”>Facebook</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.bcmensclublacrosse.com/”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Lacrosse Team has been a member of the <a href=”http://mcla.us/”>Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA)</a> since 2005. </p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Rugby Football Club (BCRFC), founded in 1966, has an impressive and memorable 44-year history. BCRFC competes in the <a href=”http://eastcoastrugbyconference.com/”>East Coast Rugby Conference (ECRC)</a> Division I. The team is active year round, with league play every fall and tournaments during the spring, and manages to field three sides – A, B, and Developmental – with over 80 players participating each year. The fall season consists of 15-a-side play, while the spring season has more of a 7-a-side focus. BCRFC has made many long strides in becoming a consistent playoff contender for many years to come. The club has also produced All-Americans, along with players for the USA Eagles national team. BCRFC holds practices two times a week (Tuesday and Thursday afternoons) on BC’s Brighton Campus, along with team fitness & conditioning sessions. BCRFC embodies the values of competition, camaraderie, and fun, and welcomes all to come join “the boys” to be a part of something bigger together.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcrfc/”>Instagram</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/BCrugby”>Facebook</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.bcmensrugby.com/”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.Mens[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Rugby Football Club (BCRFC), founded in 1966, has an impressive and memorable 44-year history. BCRFC competes in the <a href=”http://eastcoastrugbyconference.com/”>East Coast Rugby Conference (ECRC)</a> Division I.</p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Soccer Team was founded on the principle that competitive soccer can still be played even if it is not at the NCAA level. They compete as a member of <a href=”https://sites.google.com/site/region1clubsoccer/”>NIRSA’s Region 1 Club Conference</a>and is consistently one of the top ranked teams in the Northeast. The soccer season is traditional in that it runs from early September to mid-November and officially begins after a team is named from tryouts, which are held the first week of the fall semester. Practices are held 2-3 times a week on Alumni or the Newton Soccer fields, and games are usually either on Saturday or Sunday. In the Winter/Spring season the team has practice once a week to stay in shape for the upcoming season, with a few scrimmages taking place in the spring.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting the <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bcmensclubsoccer.weebly.com/”>Men’s Club Soccer website</a> or the team’s <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcmensclubsoccer/”>Instagram</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www. facebook.com/bcmensclubsoccer/”>Facebook</a>.<br>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.MensSo[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Soccer Team was founded on the principle that competitive soccer can still be played even if it is not at the NCAA level.</p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Squash Team is a member of the <a href=”http://collegesquashassociation.com/”>College Squash Association (CSA)</a>, which includes both Division 1 Varsity teams as well as all collegiate Club programs. On a year to year basis the team usually faces teams such as Boston University, Northeastern, and MIT. They also frequently travel to play other programs like Haverford College and Bucknell. The season is generally from mid-October to early February when the team concludes their year playing at the National Collegiate Squash Championships. Men’s Squash generally holds tryouts over a weeklong period as there is limited space to get everyone ample time to play. The team generally keeps a roster of 10-12 players and practices at the Boston Sports Club in Allston three times a week during the season.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bc_mens_squash/”>Instagram</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcmenssquash”>Twitter,</a> <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/Boston-College-Squash-235850119781748/”>Facebook</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bostoncollegesquash.wixsite.com/bostoncollegesquash”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.Menssq[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Squash Team is a member of the <a href=”http://collegesquashassociation. com/”>College Squash Association (CSA)</a>, which includes both Division 1 Varsity teams as well as all collegiate Club programs. </p>
<p>The Boston College’s Men Club Ultimate Frisbee team competes in the Metro Boston Conference within the New England Region of <a href=”http://www.usaultimate.org/college/”>USA Ultimate</a>. The team plays against colleges such as Harvard, Tufts, Northeastern, BU, and other teams from across the country. The team is active in both the fall and spring seasons, with the spring season being the main season featuring a regional tournament with a chance to play in nationals. There are tournaments throughout the fall and spring to prepare for these playoffs at the end of the school year. The team practices about three times a week on the Brighton Campus when weather is nice, and also practices inside the Bubble during the winter. There are no cuts, and there is an A-team and B-team to separate skill level and experience. Everyone is welcome to come and play.</p>
<p>You can follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcultimate”>Twitter</a> and visit their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/Boston-College-Mens-Ultimate-116297348405597/”>Facebook</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.MensFris[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College’s Men Club Ultimate Frisbee team competes in the Metro Boston Conference within the New England Region of <a href=”http://www.usaultimate.org/college/”>USA Ultimate</a>.</p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Volleyball Team competes in <a href=”http://necvl.org/”>New England Collegiate Volleyball League (NECVL)</a> under the <a href=”http://www.ncvfvolleyball.org/Pages/default.aspx”>National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF).</a> They regularly face New England teams such as Boston University and New Hampshire during league play, but travel to compete against teams from other regions in non-League tournaments. BCMVB is active in both the fall and spring seasons, although their main season with League games happens in the spring. Tryouts take place in the fall a few weeks after school starts, and from then on out they practice twice a week in the evenings in the Flynn Recreation Complex. BCMVB is extremely competitive within the region and annually strives to compete at the highest level at the National Tournament in April. The team’s goal is to be as competitive as possible while also fostering relationships between teammates and peers year in and year out.</p>
<p>You can follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcmensclubvball/”>Instagram</a>. </p>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.MensVolleyball@bc.edu”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Volleyball Team competes in <a href=”http://necvl.org/”>New England Collegiate Volleyball League (NECVL)</a> under the <a href=”http://www.ncvfvolleyball.org/Pages/default.aspx”>National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF).</a></p>
Men’s Water Polo
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Water Polo Team was first founded as a club in September of 1972. While the team has a long history competing in many different conferences and at many different levels, it is currently a club in the New England Division of the <a href=”http://www.collegiatewaterpolo.org/landing/index”>Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA).</a> The division is composed of local teams such as Boston University, as well as other regional neighbors such as Dartmouth College and Middlebury College. Although the team practices throughout the entire academic year, the main season starts a week prior to the beginning of the fall semester and wraps up at the end of November. Practices occur four to five times per week in the fall, and three to four times per week in the spring and are held in the Flynn Recreational Complex. The team holds tryouts at the beginning of the academic year, and while they are very competitive, it is encouraged for anyone with interest and an aquatic background to contact the team for information.</p>
<p>You can follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcmenswaterpolo”>Twitter</a> or visit their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bcwaterpolo”>Facebook</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”http://www.bcmenswaterpolo.com/index.html”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”https://www.bc.edu/content/bc/offices/rec/club-sports/mailto;Club.Me[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Men’s Club Water Polo Team was first founded as a club in September of 1972.</p>
<p>Boston College Club Running, formerly WeRunBC, was established in 2015 and became a club team in 2018. As members of the <a href=”https://clubrunning.org/”>National Intercollegiate Running Club Association</a> (NIRCA), athletes can race against other colleges’ club teams as well as participate in local races, such as the Welles Remy Crowther Red Bandana 5k and the Cambridge Half Marathon. Practices are held five times a week and races typically twice a month. Boston College Club Running seeks to provide both recreational and competitive runners an outlet in which they can achieve their running goals and to create a supportive network of runners.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcclubrunning/”>Instagram</a>. <br>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>Boston College Club Running, formerly WeRunBC, was established in 2015 and became a club team in 2018. </p>
<p>The Boston College Club Table Tennis Team was established in 2018 for male and female students of all skill levels. As long as the club has sufficient equipment to accommodate all team members, no one will be turned away. However, only the 16 best players will be able to participate in tournaments. The team practices twice a week throughout the school year, and during competition season, an additional practice will be held each week for tournament players. The team competes in the Upper New England Division of the <a href=”http://www.nctta.org/”>National Collegiate Table Tennis Association</a> (NCTTA). The team’s goal is to give Boston College students the opportunity to participate in a unique sport and to build a team that can compete at the national level, with the goal of making it to Northeast Regional Tournament and the Table Tennis National Championships.</p>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.TableTen[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Club Table Tennis Team was established in 2018 for male and female students of all skill levels.</p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Basketball Team competes monthly against local teams such as Harvard, Northeastern, and Boston University as well as at the <a href=”http://nirsa.net/nirsa/basketball/”>NIRSA Regional Tournament</a> at Boston University which they won in both 2015 and 2016. While their main season is in the spring, they hold tryouts at the beginning of the Fall Semester and practice twice a week throughout the year. They’re a tight knight group of dedicated players who love to play basketball and spend time with each other on and off the court and are constantly working towards their goal of attending and winning the NIRSA National Championship.</p>
<p><a href=”mailto:[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>Follow the team on <a href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcwcbb/”>Instagram</a> and Twitter!</p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Basketball Team competes monthly against local teams such as Harvard, Northeastern, and Boston University as well as at the <a href=”http://nirsa.net/nirsa/basketball/”>NIRSA Regional Tournament</a>.</p>
Women’s Ice Hockey
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Ice Hockey team was founded in the fall of 2014. They are a member of the <a href=”http://achahockey.org/”>American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA)</a> and the <a href=”http://www.iwchl.org/teams/?u=IWCHL&s=hockey”>Independent Women’s Club Hockey League (IWCHL)</a>. They play against teams such as Boston University, Union, and The University of New Hampshire. Tryouts are held in the fall, usually in late September or early October, and the season runs from October to the end of February. They practice twice a week, once in the morning and once at night and have games on the weekends.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcwclubhockey”>Twitter</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/Boston-College-Womens-Club-Ice-Hockey-852352731455087/”>Facebook</a> and <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bcwclubhockey.com/”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Ice Hockey team was founded in the fall of 2014. They are a member of the <a href=”http://achahockey.org/”>American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA)</a> and the <a href=”http://www.iwchl.org/teams/?u=IWCHL&s=hockey”>Independent Women’s Club Hockey League (IWCHL)</a>.</p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Lacrosse Team competes in the New England Women’s Lacrosse League (NEWLL) which is part of the <a href=”http://www.uslacrosse.org/participants/players/college/womens-collegiate-lacrosse-associates.aspx”>Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (WCLA)</a>. The team competes at a high level of competition within the northeast region and is also nationally recognized every season. Tryouts are held in October and preseason workouts and indoor practices begin after winter break. The team’s competition season begins, weather permitting, in March when they begin practicing one-three times a week with one or two games as well. The team also competes in one out-of-state tournament each season and in previous seasons has traveled to Austin, Atlanta, and Baltimore. The goal each season is to qualify for the national tournament that takes place in early May. In addition to its competitiveness, the team fosters a learning and supportive environment for student athletes. Not only does the team establish team chemistry on the field, but it also creates relationships that last beyond college.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcwclacrosse”>Twitter</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/BCWCLacrosse/”>Facebook</a>. <br>
<p><a adhocenable=”false” href=”Club.Wome[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Lacrosse Team competes in the New England Women’s Lacrosse League (NEWLL) which is part of the <a href=”http://www.uslacrosse.org/participants/players/college/womens-collegiate-lacrosse-associates.aspx”>Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (WCLA)</a>.</p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Rugby Club was founded in 1979 and competes at both the national and league level, with numerous titles and championships under their belt. The team is a member of the <a href=”http://www.usarugby.org/college-directory”>Northeast Women’s Collegiate Rugby Conference within USA Rugby</a> and plays against teams such as UCONN and Boston University during their regular season play. BC Women’s Rugby is active in both the spring and fall seasons, although their main season is in the fall which begins with preseason a week before the start of school. In the fall the team practices three times a week in the afternoons, and in the spring they practice two times a week in the mornings. There are no cuts and everyone is welcome, with no prior experience necessary! There is both an A-side and a B-side match at almost every game, so everyone will get a chance to enjoy watching and playing rugby regardless of skill level.</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcwomensrugby/”>Instagram</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/BCWRFC”>Twitter</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/BCWRFC/”>Facebook</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”http://bcwomensrugby.com/index.html”>website</a>. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.WomensRu[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Rugby Club was founded in 1979 and competes at both the national and league level, with numerous titles and championships under their belt.</p>
<p>The Boston College’s Women’s Club Soccer Team is a member of <a href=”https://sites.google.com/site/region1clubsoccer/”>NIRSA’s Region 1 Conference</a> and competes against teams primarily in the Boston area during the fall. The team is very competitive and has consistently made it to regional and national club tournaments. Some highlights include winning regionals in Pennsylvania in 2012 and reaching the semi-finals of the Open Division at the National Tournament in 2015. The season begins with tryouts in the fall, which are typically the first weekend of school, and continues until Thanksgiving break. During that time, athletes are expected to commit to three practices a week and typically two games on the weekends. For ladies looking to continue playing high-quality level with a mid-level time commitment, this is the right team!</p>
<p>You can see what the team are up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcwomensclubsoccer/” target=”_blank”>Instagram</a>, <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcclubsoccer”>Twitter</a> and <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bcclubsoccer?fref=ts”>Facebook</a> or the <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://bcwcs.weebly.com/”>Women’s Club Soccer website</a>!<br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.WomensSocc[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College’s Women’s Club Soccer Team is a member of <a href=”https://sites.google.com/site/region1clubsoccer/”>NIRSA’s Region 1 Conference</a> and competes against teams primarily in the Boston area during the fall.<br>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Squash team, which is a member of the <a href=”http://collegesquashassociation.com/”>College Squash Association (CSA)</a>became recognized in the 2009-2010 season. During the regular season, BCWCS has the opportunity to play varsity and club teams in and around Boston such as Boston University, Northeastern, Tufts, Wellesley, and Harvard, as well as taking trips to play teams in Philadelphia and Maine. The team’s season begins at the end of September, when cuts are made, and goes through February when they go to Nationals. The team generally tends to have a roster of fifteen players, often taking naturally gifted athletes with little squash experience. In these months, the team practices three times a week in the evenings. Every player on the team gets the opportunity to go to at least one match where they participate in play as well as refereeing the matches of their teammates. The team has a lot of fun together while remaining competitive to sustain their spot as one of the top club teams in the nation!</p>
<p>You can follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.instagram.com/bcwsquash/”>Instagram</a> or <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/BCSquash”>Twitter.</a> <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.Womenssqua[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Squash team, which is a member of the <a href=”http://collegesquashassociation.com/”>College Squash Association (CSA)</a>became recognized in the 2009-2010 season.</p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Ultimate Frisbee Team, better known as The Flix, was founded in 2006 and has grown tremendously in both size and skill level since. They compete as part of <a href=”http://www.usaultimate.org/college/”>USA Ultimate</a>. Most recently, The Flix have placed highly within the regional level, beating Northeastern and coming in 5th overall which has qualified them to play at higher level tournaments not just in the northeast, but also across the country. This has included Terminus in Georgia as well as Centex in Texas. The team prides themselves on team unity and inclusion, so the team as a whole makes no cuts and instead fosters an A and B team. Both compete regularly in competitive tournaments. Practices are held two-three times a week throughout the year with tournaments on the weekends, especially during the spring which is the main tournament season. Most of the members on the team never played Ultimate before entering college, so no prior experience is necessary. All that’s needed is a desire to learn, work, hard, and have fun!</p>
<p>You can see what the team is up to by visiting their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/Boston-College-Womens-Ultimate-135482296466555/”>Facebook</a> page. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.WomensFrisbe[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Ultimate Frisbee Team, better known as The Flix, was founded in 2006 and has grown tremendously in both size and skill level since.</p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Volleyball Team competes in the New England area and across the country as a member of the <a href=”http://nwvcl.org/default.asp”>Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League</a> (NWVCL) under the <a href=”http://www.ncvfvolleyball.org/Pages/default.aspx”>National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF)</a>. The team was founded in 2010 by students looking to continue playing competitively after high school, but without the commitment required of varsity. The season runs from late September to mid-April and culminates with the National different which is in a different region of the country each year. During the fall, the team plays in 2-3 tournament most in the Boston area and in the spring plays in 4-5 in the greater New England Area. The team generally practices twice a week in the evenings at the Flynn Recreation Complex.</p>
<p>You can follow the team on <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://twitter.com/bcwcvb”>Twitter</a> or visit their <a adhocenable=”false” href=”https://www.facebook.com/bcwcvb?fref=ts”>Facebook</a> page. <br>
<p><a href=”mailto:[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Volleyball Team competes in the New England area and across the country as a member of the <a href=”http://nwvcl.org/default.asp”>Northeast Women’s Volleyball Club League</a> (NWVCL).</p>
Women’s Water Polo
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Water Polo Team competes in the New England Division of the <a href=”http://www.collegiatewaterpolo.org/landing/index”>Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA).</a> The team’s competition season is in the spring semester, although they do practice and scrimmage in the fall as well. In the fall, the team practices one to two times per week with about three scrimmages on various weekends, and in the spring they practice four times per week with three weekend-long league tournaments and a few scrimmages as well. The team roster is kept relatively small, with 14-16 people total, so sometimes cuts are made at the beginning of spring semester, depending on the number of girls trying out. However, no prior experience with water polo is necessary, and every year there are a few members of the team who are playing for the first time, and quickly learn to enjoy the sport and the team!</p>
<p><a href=”mailto:Club.Womens[email protected]”>[email protected]</a></p>
<p>The Boston College Women’s Club Water Polo Team competes in the New England Division of the <a href=”http://www.collegiatewaterpolo.org/landing/index”>Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA).</a></p>
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Boston College Lacrosse Falls In MCLA, WCLA National Championships
The Boston College club men’s lacrosse team erased a two-goal halftime deficit, but couldn’t come all the way back in a 8-7 loss to top-seeded Arizona State in the quarterfinals of the 2014 MCLA National Championship. The eight-seeded Eagles finish the year 11-4.
Top-seeded and undefeated Arizona State advances to the Final Four to take on fourth-seeded Chapman. #2 Colorado and #6 UC-Santa Barbara are paired in the other National semifinal.
Boston College took early leads of 2-1 and 3-2, but found themselves down 6-4 by half. Despite getting outshot 12-5 in the third quarter, BC was able to erase a two-goal deficit halfway through the quarter. Arizona State would go back up by 1 with 2:28 left in the third as the Eagles went into the final frame down a goal. Boston College would knot the game at 7 with 12:24 left in the contest, but ASU’s Justin Straker would net the game-winner with just 3:40 to play.
BC senior midfielder Will Forsyth paced the Eagles with three points (1-2–3). Reed Spencer, John Lambrecht and Joseph Volk finished with game with two points each.
Arizona State, 18-0, had been in only one other one-goal game heading into the National Tournament — a 5-4 victory at Colorado State back on March 13.
The women’s club lacrosse team also made a deep run in this year’s WCLA National Championship. As the tournament’s #15 seed, Boston College toppled #2 Florida and #3 Ohio State en route to a title game appearance vs. top-seeded Pitt. Unfortunately, the magic ran out as the Cinderella Eagles fell to the Panthers, 12-11.
With upsets of No. 2 seed Florida and No. 3 seed Ohio State earlier in the tournament, Boston College never played like the number 15 seed they were given, and Saturday was no different. Fueled by three second half goals by senior Meghan Conley, the Eagles stayed within striking distance and pulled to within one, at 12-11, with 3:10 remaining on Conley’s fifth goal of the game. BC controlled the ensuing draw, but failed to manage a potential game-tying shot. Pitt effectively controlled the ball for most of the final two minutes with excellent spacing and passing to avoid BC’s double-team efforts.
Boston College finishes the year with an 11-3 record.
With the varsity women’s team advancing to the NCAA Tournament’s quarterfinals, all three Boston College lacrosse teams have totally bossed this year’s postseason. Do with this information what you will.
Boston College Women’s Lacrosse Captures First-Ever National Championship
Boston College’s women’s lacrosse team knows what hearbreak feels like.
For three straight seasons, the Eagles made it to the NCAA Division I national championship game just to come up short.
But on Sunday, that heartbreak was replaced with joy as the Eagles took down the Syracuse Orange 16-10 in the national championship game to take home the program’s first-ever national title.
It was a close game early for the Eagles, who went into the half with a 9-8 lead, but they never looked back from there, outscoring the Orange 7-2 after the break.
Speaking to the press after the contest, BC head coach Acacia Walker-Weinstein said she had feelings of pure joy and excitement when the clock struck zeroes.
“The players have been remarkable this year, despite all the adversity. To see them finish the job on behalf of the school, each other, all the alums, all the classes that got here, that we couldn’t win before, all of this is for them,” she said. “We had a dream a long time ago that we were going to win a championship, and people told us we were crazy. And we just did it.”
Senior Charlotte North led BC with 6 goals in the game, a performance that gave her a total of 102 goals for the year, a new Division I record.
But North wasn’t focused on her personal achievements after the game.
“This culture is second to none. And all the players that came before us who have gotten this program to this stage before, you know, this is for them,” she said. “It’s pretty incredible. And it’s a testament to the culture that the coaches have built here for so long.”
It’s a big moment for both BC and women’s Division I lacrosse, which couldn’t crown a champion last year because of COVID-19.
But Walker-Weinstein already has her eyes on the future.
“And I’m already thinking about winning another one,” she said. “I’m just excited. I feel really grateful.”
Boston College Men’s Lacrosse Scholarships Guide
Welcome to the Boston College Men’s Lacrosse scholarship and program info page. Here you’ll get information regarding the college and details on their Men’s Lacrosse program like who to make contact with about recruiting, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are presented and ways to begin the recruiting process.
Boston College Men’s lacrosse Program Coaching & Recruiting Staff
For anyone who is trying to get recruited it is critical to know who to talk to – and NCSA has got the details you need. The Recruting Email of the Boston College Men’s Lacrosse program is Lacrosse Recruiting. Other key personnel include:
- Head Coach Patrcik Stanton
If you’re interested in becoming a member of Boston College Men’s Lacrosse program these are the individuals you’ll want to get in touch with. You’ll be able to choose to get in touch with them through email using the link above or call the college to get additional specifics about the college and Men’s Lacrosse program before determining if it’s a suitable fit for you personally.
Create a Free NCSA Profile to Begin Connecting with Coaches
NCSA offers student high school athletes the information and tools they need to enhance their odds of being recruited by a Men’s Lacrosse program, whether it is at Boston College or another school. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting coaches and athletes which is a vital part of the recruiting process. This year alone there are 24187 Men’s Lacrosse student athletes utilizing the NCSA technology, network and scouting experts to get their highlights in front of 1636 coaches at 699 colleges Men’s Lacrosse programs nationwide.
In order to join the Boston College Men’s Lacrosse program you have to begin to build relationships and a highly-visible, professional quality recruiting profile. Beginning that process as soon as possible is critical to your success. So make your free profile to become a verified NCSA Men’s Lacrosse athlete and begin connecting with coaches at the Boston College Men’s Lacrosse program today.
Boston College women’s lacrosse rolls Temple to reach NCAA quarterfinals
The Boston College women’s lacrosse team kept its strong season rolling on Sunday, crushing Temple 21-11 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to reach the quarterfinals. The No. 4 Eagles jumped in front after just 20 seconds and never looked back, taking a 10-goal lead into halftime. Charlotte North found the net eight times, a program record in an NCAA Tournament game, while Jenn Medjid, Cara Urbank, and Caitlynn Mossman pitched in with multiple goals each. BC moves on to the quarterfinals to face Notre Dame, two years removed from a loss to Maryland in 2019′s championship game, the most recent edition of the tournament. The 2020 championship was cancelled.
Nadal beats a tired Djokovic for 10th Italian Open title
Rafael Nadal won his 10th Italian Open title against a weary Novak Djokovic on Sunday.Clive Brunskill/Getty
Rafael Nadal beat a tired Novak Djokovic 7-5, 1-6, 6-3 for a record-extending 10th Italian Open title on Sunday. The Spaniard recovered from a potentially dangerous fall after tripping over a raised line to take the latest installment of the most-played rivalry in modern men’s tennis. The title also re-established Nadal as the overwhelming favorite for the French Open, where he will be aiming for an even harder-to-believe 14th title starting in two weeks. Nadal beat Djokovic in straight sets in last year’s Roland Garros final. The top-ranked Djokovic spent nearly five hours on court Saturday, when he had to rally for a rain-delayed quarterfinal victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas before winning another three-setter over local favorite Lorenzo Sonego in the semifinals.
Giants sign veterans Kelvin Benjamin, Corey Clement
The New York Giants signed wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin and running back Corey Clement. Benjamin, who was a first-round pick of the Carolina Panthers in 2014, has not played in the NFL since 2018 when he split time between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. Benjamin was drafted by then-Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman, who is now the GM in New York. In four seasons with the Panthers, Bills and Chiefs, Benjamin played in 61 regular-season games. He had 209 receptions for 3,021 yards and 20 touchdowns. Clement, who joined the Eagles as a rookie free agent, spent the past four seasons with the Philadelphia and won the Super Bowl in his rookie season. He caught four passes for 100 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown pass from Nick Foles as the Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 for their first Super Bowl title.
Barcelona routs Chelsea 4-0 to win Women’s Champions League
Barcelona won its first Women’s Champions League title with a dominant display against Chelsea.David Lidstrom/Getty
Barcelona stormed to its first Women’s Champions League title by scoring after just 32 seconds and outclassing Chelsea 4-0. In a ruthless offensive display, Barcelona’s attackers sliced through Chelsea’s defense to build a 4-0 first-half lead, beginning with an own-goal less than a minute into the final. Barcelona is the first team from Spain to win Europe’s top club competition, which had been dominated recently by seven-time champions Lyon… Paris Saint-Germain routed Reims 4-0 to take the French title race to the last day, as Lille drew 0-0 at home to Saint-Etienne on Sunday for a one-point lead at the top. Both teams are away next weekend, with PSG at Brest and Lille facing Angers… Luis Suárez came to the rescue for Atlético madrid when its Spanish league title chances suddenly appeared to be slipping away, scoring an 88th-minute winner in a 2-1 victory against Osasuna that moved the team a win away from claiming its first league title since 2014.
Boston University Athletics Women’s Lacrosse History vs Boston College
Women’s Lacrosse History
Women’s Lacrosse History vs Boston College from Mar 1, 1982 -
Feb 12, 2020
Longest Win Streak
3/30/2005 – 4/8/2009
Longest Losing Streak
4/14/2010 – 2/12/2020
Last 10 Matchups
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Boston Architectural College in the United States
The history of the Boston College of Architecture (BAC) begins in 1889 with the creation of the Boston Architectural Club. The college offers specialized undergraduate and postgraduate education – first-class programs in architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture and design. BAC is the largest private college in New England. It enjoys an excellent reputation and is accredited by various associations including the New England Commission for Higher Education (NECHE), the National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB), and the Interior Design Accreditation Board (CIDA).
The college has a unique student community. 91% of students start working during their studies – they receive money, professional experience and relevant practical competencies. Graduates start their careers well prepared. The college offers flexible training options: you can get an education online without giving up a full-time job.
College students live a busy life – participating in a variety of clubs and societies, doing volunteer work, having fun at parties, parties and festivals.Of course, there are leisure opportunities not only on campus – Boston is famous for its museums and theaters, and there are many bars and restaurants in the city.
College teachers and staff are always ready to help students. Students are consulted on a variety of issues, including financial; there is special support for students with disabilities, etc. A separate college service advises students on accommodation (in dormitories and in private apartments).
During their studies, students gain useful practical experience; college helps them with career planning.The Practice Department organizes student meetings with college staff. They discuss professional issues, students are assisted in analyzing their “career” goals and needs. At each stage of career planning, additional support is available to students: online resources, help in writing a resume and cover letter, in building a portfolio, preparing for interviews with employers.
Lacrosse: dalam bahasa Melayu, makna, sinonim, antonim, definisi | Rusia – Melayu Penterjemah
Mary played lacrosse, but doesn’t play anymore.
Mary biasa bermain lacrosse, tetapi dia tidak bermain lagi.
I didn’t even know Tom could play lacrosse.
I didn’t even know that Tom could play lacrosse.
Tom played lacrosse but doesn’t play anymore.
Tom biasa bermain lacrosse, tetapi dia tidak lagi.
This is why you play lacrosse.
Itulah sebabnya anda bermain lacrosse.
In 1975, Spencer trained wrestling and lacrosse at the State University of New York as an assistant.
Pada tahun 1975, Spencer melatih gusti dan lacrosse di State University of New York sebagai pembantu siswazah.
The official sport of the State of Maryland since 1962 is a knight tournament; The official team sport since 2004 is lacrosse.
Pegawai sukan negeri Maryland, sejak tahun 1962, sedang berjalan-jalan; sukan pasukan rasmi sejak 2004 adalah lacrosse.
In Manhasset High School, Brown earned 13 letters playing football, lacrosse, baseball, basketball, and the treadmill.
Di Sekolah Menengah Manhasset, Brown memperoleh 13 huruf bermain bola sepak, lacrosse, besbol, bola keranjang, dan trek lari.
I didn’t even know Tom could play lacrosse.
Saya juga tidak tahu Tom boleh bermain lacrosse.
Eight schools; Boston College, Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Institute of Technology sponsor women’s lacrosse.
Lapan sekolah; Boston College, Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia, dan Virginia Tech menaja lacrosse wanita.
Sarah, your exclusion from lacrosse for excessive strength has been overturned.
Sarah, penggantungan anda dari lacrosse kerana kekuatan berlebihan telah dicabut.
So today’s lacrosse clubs are made of … aluminum and titanium, and the head is made of nylon and leather mesh.
Baiklah, tongkat lacrosse hari ini adalah komposit dari … aluminum dan titanium, dan kepalanya terbuat dari jalinan nilon dan kulit.
Someone so you don’t get scared and try to saw off that expensive hand for lacrosse.
Seseorang untuk memastikan anda tidak panik dan cuba melihat lengan lacrosse yang berharga itu.
Brown is also a co-owner of the New York Major League Lacrosse Lizards, joining the group of investors in the 2012 purchase of the team.
Brown juga merupakan pemilik sebahagian dari New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse, bergabung dengan sekumpulan pelabur dalam pembelian pasukan pada tahun 2012.
Stevens prides itself on having the oldest on-going lacrosse program in the country.
Stevens mempunyai perbezaan kerana mempunyai program lacrosse tertua yang terus berjalan di negara ini.
The Indigenous Lacrosse Association is recognized as a sovereign state by the International Lacrosse Federation for hosting international lacrosse competitions.
Persatuan Bangsa-bangsa Pertama Lacrosse diiktiraf oleh Persekutuan Lacrosse Antarabangsa sebagai negara yang berdaulat untuk pertandingan lacrosse antarabangsa.
Jim Brown also earned a spot in the Lacrosse Hall of Fame, which earned him the rare triple crown.
Jim Brown juga mendapat tempat di Lacrosse Hall of Fame, memberinya mahkota tiga kali ganda yang jarang berlaku.
Long Island has historically been a hotbed of lacrosse among youth and college, which gave way to the Major League lacrosse team in 2001, the Long Island Lizards.
Long Island secara historis menjadi sarang lacrosse di peringkat belia dan kolej, yang memberi laluan kepada pasukan Major League Lacrosse pada tahun 2001, Long Island Lizards.
Ottawa Titans was founded in 2005 and played for the Ontario Jr. Lacrosse Association.
Ottawa Titans ditubuhkan pada tahun 2005 dan bermain di litar Ontario Lacrosse Associations Jr. A.
It is home to the Atlanta Gladiators, the ECHL hockey team, and the Georgia Swarm, the professional lacrosse boxing team in the National Lacrosse League.
Ia adalah kediaman Atlanta Gladiators, pasukan hoki es di ECHL, dan Georgia Swarm, pasukan lacrosse kotak profesional di Liga Lacrosse Nasional.
The Metropolitan Lacrosse Club was also successful and won the first Minto Cup in 1901.
The Capital Lacrosse Club juga berjaya, dan memenangi Piala Minto pertama pada tahun 1901.
A popular combination of polo and lacrosse is the polocross game that was developed in Australia in the late 1930s.
Kombinasi sukan polo dan lacrosse yang popular adalah permainan polocrosse, yang dikembangkan di Australia pada akhir 1930-an.
I thought you knew nothing about lacrosse.
Saya fikir bahawa anda tidak tahu apa-apa tentang lacrosse.
In 2006, three members of the men’s lacrosse team were falsely accused of rape, which attracted significant media attention.
Pada tahun 2006, tiga anggota pasukan lacrosse lelaki telah dituduh palsu kerana melakukan pemerkosaan, yang menarik perhatian media.
Jackson Whittemore is the captain of the Beacon Hills lacrosse team and the captain of the school swim team.
Jackson Whittemore is the-captain of the Beacon Hills lacrosse team and the captain of the school’s swim team.
The province has professional sports teams in baseball, basketball, Canadian football, ice hockey, lacrosse, rugby and soccer.
Wilayah ini mempunyai pasukan sukan profesional dalam bola keranjang, bola keranjang, bola sepak Kanada, hoki ais, lacrosse, ragbi dan bola sepak.
The school’s most notable team is the men’s lacrosse team.
Pasukan yang paling terkenal di sekolah ini adalah pasukan lacrosse lelaki.
The men’s lacrosse team has won eight national championships and entered the NCAA tournament sixteen times.
Pasukan lacrosse lelaki telah memenangi lapan kejuaraan kebangsaan dan muncul dalam kejohanan NCAA sebanyak enam belas kali.
Capitals have been Ottawa’s preeminent lacrosse team since the 1890s.
The Capitals adalah pasukan lacrosse yang unggul di Ottawa dari tahun 1890-an.
In addition to MCBC, Magdalene College is represented by football, ice hockey, rugby, netball, cricket, lacrosse, squash and pool teams, among others.
Selain MCBC, Magdalen College diwakili oleh pasukan dalam bola sepak, hoki, ragbi, bola jaring, kriket, lacrosse, squash dan pool, antara lain.
In 2002, senior Andrea Collesides broke the NCAA record for female lacrosse.
Pada tahun 2002, senior Andrea Collesidis memecahkan rekod pemarkahan NCAA untuk lacrosse wanita.
Boston College | Cost | Admission
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higher education institution in the USA.
BC history dates back to 1863. Boston College has an urban campus in Boston.
Ranking of the University.
Boston College is consistently ranked in the top 90 US universities.
The university is included in the 5% of the best higher educational institutions in the world, occupying the 326 position. Strong areas of the university are: “Arts and Humanities”, “Social Sciences and Management”, “Economics and Business”.
The university is listed in the top 400 for teaching quality. The educational institution has a high reputation among employers around the world.
Admission and tuition fees.
The admissions committee makes enrollment to the university based on the student’s progress and the results of the passed exams.
It should be borne in mind that in BC there is not very high competition among applicants, and no more than 3 applicants apply for 1 position.
The academic year at the university is divided into two semesters.
Studying undergraduate programs at BC is not a cheap pleasure, as the cost is 45,000 USD per year.
Those wishing to get a master’s degree in this university should expect a cost of 25,000 USD per year of study.Given the high tuition fees, students can participate in scholarship programs.
You can get more accurate information on costs, programs of study and requirements for admission on the official website of the university at http://www.bc.edu.
Composition of the University.
Boston College is average in terms of student capacity, teaching the maximum of 13 thousand students.
Both local citizens and foreigners can apply for admission to an educational institution.
About 9% of foreigners study at the university.The university has approximately 871 teachers. It should be borne in mind that a large number of specialists invited from abroad teach here.
Various international exchange programs are available to students of the educational institution.
The university is represented on several social networks, including: Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, Linkedin.
Infrastructure of the University.
The university library is also available to university students.
University students can apply for a place in a student residence.The university belongs to the 568 Group of educational institutions and is additionally a member of the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU), Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU), Sport affiliations and memberships: National Collegiate Athletic Associa …
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|5||4||California Institute of Technology||Pasadena||48,111 USD||48,111 USD|
|Class||Individual||Role||School / affiliation|
|1957||Cox, Laurie D.||Author||Harvard University|
|1957||Marsters, Charles E.||Player||Harvard University|
|1957||Miller, Cyrus S.||Player||New York University|
|1957||Schmeisser, William K.||Player / Coach||Johns Hopkins University|
|1957||Taylor, Roy||Player||Cornell University|
|1958||Abercrombie, Ronald T.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1958||Brisotti, Albert A.||Player||New York University|
|1958||Collins, Carlton P.||Player||Cornell University|
|1958||Kirkpatrick, Andrew M.||Player||St John’s College|
|1959||Barnard, Norris S.||Official||Swarthmore College|
|1959||Brower, Cyril D.||Player||Hobart College|
|1959||Fries, Waldemar H.||Player||Cornell University|
|1959||Hawkins, Russell S.||Player||New York University|
|1959||Harkinson Hudgins, William||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1959||Knipp, John S.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1959||Starzensky Victor||Author||Stevens Institute of Technology|
|1959||Truitt, Reginald W.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1959||Wiley, William S.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1959||Davis, William A.||Player||No affiliation|
|1960||Kennedy, J. Sarsfield||Player||Crescent Sports Club|
|1960||Lydecker, Irving B.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1960||Miller, Leon A.||Player||Carlisle Indian School|
|1960||Hewitt Page, John||Player||Colgate university|
|1960||Scott, Herbert T.||Player||Crescent Sports Club|
|1960||Touchstone, F. Morris||Player / Coach||George Williams|
|1961||Blake, Avery F.||Player||Swarthmore College|
|1961||Fitch, Frederick A.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1961||Harkness, William J.||Player||Princeton University|
|1961||Maddren, William||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1961||Malloni, K. Gardener||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1961||Moore, William H.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1961||Stewart, Edward M.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1961||Sutherland, Conrad J.||Player||Princeton University|
|1962||Billing, Fred S.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1962||Ford, Henry Crawford||Player||Swarthmore College|
|1962||Meistrell, Harland W.||Player||Princeton University|
|1962||Morrill Jr., William K.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1962||Ross, Victor K.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1962||Turnbull, Douglas Clayland||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1962||Norris, Walter O.||Player||St John’s College|
|1963||Alexander, Fred S.||Player||Harvard University|
|1963||Biddison, Thomas N.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1963||Faber, John Edgar||Player||University of Maryland|
|1963||Hartdegen, Karl||Player||Lehigh University|
|1963||Poole, Robert P.||Player||St John’s College|
|1963||Stranahan, Jason G.||Author||Union College|
|1963||Thomsen, Ferris||Player / Coach||St John’s College|
|1963||Wilson, Harry E.||Player||United States Military Academy|
|1964||Baker, Henry Fenmore||Player||Swarthmore College|
|1964||Breuer, Frank G.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1964||Collins, Thomas Walter||Player||Yale university|
|1964||Kraus, Francis Lucas||Player||Hobart College|
|1964||Moore, Miller||Player||University of Pennsylvania|
|1964||O’Connor, Claxton J.||Player||St. John’s University|
|1964||Powell, Edwin Emerson||Player||University of Maryland|
|1964||Simmons Sr., Roy D.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1965||Deckman, Joseph H.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1965||Frank, Henry Samuel||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1965||Hegi, Albert B.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1965||Julien, Joseph J.||Player||Rutgers University|
|1965||Lamb, Philip E.||Player||Swarthmore College|
|1965||Thiel, Glenn N.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1965||Turnbull, Jack I.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1966||Erlanger, Milton S.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1966||Evans, William W.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1966||Flippin, Royce N.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1966||Gould, Avery H.||Player||Dartmouth College|
|1966||Kelly, Donaldson Naylor||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1966||Lotz, Edwin L.||Player||St. John’s University|
|1966||McIntyre, Malcolm A.||Player||Yale University|
|1967||Boucher, John W.||Player||St John’s College|
|1967||Guild, Lorne Randolph||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1967||Jenkins, Victor J.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1967||Linkous, Fred Cecil||Player||University of Maryland|
|1967||Twitchell, Albert W.||Player||Rutgers University|
|1968||Auer, Gaylord R.||Player||Baltimore City College|
|1968||Gilmore, Morris D.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1968||Igelhart, James D.||Player||Baltimore Athletic Club|
|1968||Lotz, Philip Lee||Player||St. John’s University|
|1968||Pugh, Gordon S.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1968||Smith, Winthrop A.||Player||Yale University|
|1969||Armstrong, Gordan A.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1969||Ellinger, Charles F.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1969||Kelly, Caleb Redgrave||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1969||Kelly, John F.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1969||LaMott, F. Gibbs||Player||Lacrosse on Mount Washington|
|1969||Logan, William Francis||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1969||Strobhar, Thomas S.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1969||Wyatt, Frederick A.||Player||Union College|
|1970||Marty, Ivan M.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1970||Study, Fritz R.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1970||Truxton, Thomas||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1971||Ferris, Carlton J.||Player||Hobart College|
|1971||Hewitt, Frederick M.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1971||Myers, Howard||Coach||University of Virginia|
|1971||Spring, Arthur F.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1971||Yearley, Church||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1972||Dobbin, William H.||Player||Hobart College|
|1972||Latimer, George Alva||Player||Rutgers University|
|1972||Ritch, William N.||Coach||Syracuse University|
|1972||Sotoron, Norwood||Player||University of Maryland|
|1972||Tolson, John C.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1973||Beggs, Harry G.||Player||Yale University|
|1973||Bilderback, Willis P.||Coach||Rutgers University|
|1973||Campbell, Tyler||Player||Princeton University|
|1973||Lang, John D.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1973||Smith, Everett W.||Player||St John’s College|
|1974||Christhilf, John F.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1974||Donoghue, John S.||Player||St John’s College|
|1974||Kestner, Henry Benjamin||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1974||McAnally, Charles G.||Player||University of Pennsylvania|
|1974||Robbins, Louis A.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1975||Adams, James F.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1975||Bunting, Lloyd M.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1975||Chambers, Lee J.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1975||Hartinger, James W.||Player||United States Military Academy|
|1975||Hooper, William W.||Player||University of Virginia|
|1976||Budnits, Emil A.||Author||Johns Hopkins University|
|1976||Kappler, James R.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1976||Lindsay, Stuart||Player||Syracuse University|
|1976||Scott, Robert H.||Coach||Johns Hopkins University|
|1977||Chandley, George M.||Author||Yale University|
|1977||Lamonde, Angus||Player||St John’s College|
|1977||Pierre, Sifford||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1977||Tunstall, Brooke W.||Coach||Johns Hopkins University|
|1977||Webster, James McCormick||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1978||Fitch, Hebert T.||Player||Hobart College|
|1978||Howard, John D.||Player||Washington College|
|1978||Lang, Millard T.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1978||Morrill Sr., William K.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1978||Smith, Fred B.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1978||Wicker, Charles E.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1979||Blake Jr., Avery F.||Player||Swarthmore College|
|1979||Seywold, Joseph||Player||Washington College|
|1980||Birdmore, Clayton A.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1980||Fuester, William L.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1980||Krongard, Alvin B.||Player||Princeton University|
|1980||The Miser, Robert S.||Player||United States Military Academy|
|1980||Roberts, Milton R.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1981||Fuller, William L.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1981||Green, Melvin R.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1981||Hahn, Donald P.||Player||Princeton University|
|1981||Keating, James H.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1981||Lewis, James S.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1981||Urso, Frank||Player||University of Maryland|
|1982||Allner, Frederick A.||Player||Princeton University|
|1982||Schmidt, Austin F.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1982||Willis, Ralph N.||Player||Princeton University|
|1983||Brown, Jim||Player||Syracuse University|
|1983||Moran, Richie||Player||University of Maryland|
|1983||Webb, Norman A.||Player||United States Military Academy|
|1984||Gaines, Leonard T.||Player||Princeton University|
|1984||Kelly, Robert E.||Player||Rutgers University|
|1984||Sundell, Robert E.||Player / Official||Johns Hopkins University|
|1984||Shoup, William P.||Player||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|1984||Swindell, Philip W.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1985||Kestner, Benjamin H.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1985||Cowan, Joseph W.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1985||Garber, Richard F.||Coach||Springfield College|
|1985||Krongard, Howard J.||Player||Princeton University|
|1985||Simmons, John W.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1986||Corcoran, Joseph W.||Coach||Ithaca College|
|1986||Crumblet, Peter B.||Player||United States Military Academy|
|1986||Postel, Thomas J.||Player||CW message|
|1986||Wilder, Joseph R.||Player||Dartmouth College|
|1987||Ciccarone, Henry A.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1987||Fish, Henry E.||Player||Princeton University|
|1987||Fraser, Ronald A.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1987||Merrick, Robert G.||Player||Yale University|
|1987||Sollers, Joseph S.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1987||Thomas, William F.||Player||West Maryland College|
|1988||Betz, Ernest J.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1988||Cafaro, Thomas R.||Player||United States Military Academy|
|1988||Clark, Charles B.||Player||University of Washington|
|1988||Cohen, Harvey||Player||College Lafayette|
|1988||Heim, John S.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1988||Hilliard, Milton E.||Player||Cornell University|
|1988||Hopkins, Heather R.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1989||Cohen, Bruce L.||Player||Cornell University|
|1989||Eldridge, Peter H.||Player||University of Virginia|
|1989||Hayes, Thomas R.||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|1989||Russell, C. Mason||Player||Annapolis High School|
|1989||Tamulevich, Karl J.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1989||Thomas, John||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1990||Darkangelo, James M.||Player||Towson University|
|1990||Griebe, Robert E.||Player||Towson University|
|1990||Lowe, Alan E.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1990||Marshall, A. Arlene||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1990||Smith, Neville K.||Player||Connecticut Valley Lacrosse Club|
|1990||Wood, L. Ray||Player||Washington College|
|1991||Albertson, Donald G.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|1991||Bauer, Theodore W.||Player||University of Washington and Lee|
|1991||French, Michael G.||Player||Cornell University|
|1991||Kovalchuk, Richard M.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1991||Simmons Jr., Roy D.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1992||Chadwick, Sterling H.||Player||Washington and Lee University|
|1992||Cuozzo, Joseph A.||Player||Cortland State University|
|1992||Lions, Oren R.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1992||Macinini, Eamon||Player||Cornell University|
|1992||Radebeau, J. Douglas||Player||University of Maryland|
|1992||Sinclair, Rosabelle||Author||St. Leonards School|
|1992||Orman, Ray Wang||Player||Cornell University|
|1993||Pitts, Jacqueline||Player||St. Lawrence University|
|1993||Barry, Joyce Cran||Author||Wycombe abbey|
|1993||Boyd, Margaret||Author||Wycombe abbey|
|1993||Corrigan, Eugene F.||Author||Duke University|
|1993||DiMaggio, Agostino M.||Player||Washington College|
|1993||Henrickson, Robert L.||Player||Cornell University|
|1993||Lichtfuss, Ernest J.||Player||Washington and Lee University|
|1993||O’Neill, Michael J.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1993||Richie, Elizabeth||Player||Radcliffe College|
|1993||Schreiber, Douglas M.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1993||Vache, Jane L.||Author||West Chester University|
|1993||Cross, Suzanne R.||Author||No affiliation|
|1994||Schellenberger, Betty||Player||Agnes Irwin|
|1994||Allen, VA||Coach||Swarthmore High School, daytime|
|1994||Burke, James E.||Player||Cortland State University|
|1994||Conner, Jay D.||Player||University of Virginia|
|1994||Eisenbrandt, Frederick H.||Player||Duke University|
|1994||Haussermann, Caroline||Player||Virginia Women’s Lacrosse Association|
|1994||Kane, Christopher J.||Player||Cornell University|
|1994||Messere, Michael A.||Player||Cortland State University|
|1994||Oswald, Jane||Player / Coach||Beaver College|
|1994||Schuyler, Gretchen||Player||Boston University|
|1995||There are no introductory courses this year|
|1996||Beroza, William S.||Player||Roanoke College|
|1996||Heinze, Kathleen A.||Player||Dartford College|
|1996||Marino, William G.||Player||Cornell University|
|1996||Matthews, Leslie S.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1996||Semanic, Mary Fetter||Player||Women’s Lacrosse Association of Philadelphia|
|1996||Tammaro, Angela E.||Player||Boston University|
|1996||Valestra, John M.||Player||Rutgers University|
|1996||Waldvogel, Michael J.||Player||Cortland State University|
|1996||Wolstenholme, Judith S.||Player||Ursine College|
|1997||Green, Tina Sloan||Player||West Chester University|
|1997||Kowalski, Stanley F.||Player||Cortland State University|
|1997||Potter, James L.||Player||University of Virginia|
|1997||Rogers, Nolan H.||Author||Duke University|
|1997||Russell, Enid Clinchard||Player||Ursine College|
|1997||Auger, Brendan M.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1997||Smith, Janet A.||Player||Ursine College|
|1997||Smith, Natalie||Player||College Bouvet|
|1997||Sombrotto, Vincent J.||Player||Hofstra University|
|1997||Wheeler, Helena||Player||Westchester Lacrosse Association|
|1998||Driscoll, John F.||Player||University of Virginia|
|1998||Greenberg, Mark J.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1998||Lanzl, Connie Burgess||Player||Wilson College|
|1998||Longstreet, Barbara H.||Player||Beaver College|
|1998||Murphy, Charles D.||Author||Princeton University|
|1998||Willetts, Alice Putnam||Author||Philadelphia Team|
|1998||Rocha, Candice Finn||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|1998||Rule, Robert J.||Player||Cornell University|
|1998||Skuli, Suzanne M.||Player||Glassboro State College|
|1998||Williams, Elizabeth F.||Player||University of Pennsylvania|
|1998||Urik, David J.||Player||Cortland State University|
|1999||Cross, Dee Fikter||Player||State of Shippensburg|
|1999||Farrell, Michael S.||Player||University of Maryland|
|1999||Federico, Michael S.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|1999||Finley, Richard S.||Player||Syracuse University|
|1999||Garinger, Marjorie D.||Player||Ursine College|
|1999||Keigler, Thomas N.||Player||Washington and Lee University|
|1999||Stahl, Sue Day||Player||Ursine College|
|1999||Tyler, Suzanne||Coach||Northeastern University|
|1999||Valchak, Valerie||Author||West Chester University|
|1999||Vehrum, Floor||Coach||Cortland State University|
|2000||Buzzell, Michael A.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2000||Coakley, Anne O.||Player||Boston Women’s Lacrosse Association|
|2000||Cook, Kevin A.||Player||Cornell University|
|2000||Delaney-Schitz, Susan||Player||West Chester University|
|2000||Doherty, Betsy Williams||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|2000||Kuklik, Janice Rensimer||Player||West Chester University|
|2000||Patterson, John Wesley||Player||Springfield College|
|2000||Quinn, Lawrence J.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2000||Roth, Linda Swarts||Player||West Chester University|
|2000||Smith, Edward Doyle||Author||Johns Hopkins University / University of Virginia|
|2001||Kotz, Bradley A.||Player||Syracuse University|
|2001||Allen, Helen||Player||New York City Women’s Lacrosse Association|
|2001||Borbi, Karen Emas||Player||University of Delaware|
|2001||DeTommaso, John||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2001||Duquette, Thomas B.||Player||University of Virginia|
|2001||Garvey, James||Official||Adelphi College|
|2001||Geiger, Kathleen||Player||Temple University|
|2001||Harkness, Ned||Coach||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|2001||Lubking, Susan W.||Player||Ursine College|
|2001||Crockery, Lanetta||Player / Coach||Richmond University|
|2002||Chance, Nancy Wadner||Author||Boston Women’s Lacrosse Association|
|2002||Colburn, Zachary T.||Player||University of Pennsylvania|
|2002||Doe, Heather S.||Player||University of Virginia|
|2002||Dressel, Delveren A.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2002||Hess, Eleanor Peet||Author||USWLA|
|2002||Sweatshirt, Sandra Kay||Player||Towson University|
|2002||Marino, Gerard Roddy||Player||University of Virginia|
|2002||McGinney, George W.||Player||Baltimore University|
|2002||Tierney, William G.||Coach||Princeton University|
|2002||Williams, Julie R.||Player / Coach||University of Virginia|
|2003||Miller, Jane||Player||Northeastern University|
|2003||Rish, Alison Hersey||Player||Team USA|
|2003||Chick, John||Player||Washington College|
|2003||Kurtz, Aggie Bixler||Player||Smith College|
|2003||Schneidman, Jerry||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2003||Scroggs, William||Coach||Johns Hopkins University|
|2003||Scheckels, Volume||Official||United States Military Academy|
|2003||Ullmann, Bernard||Official||University of Maryland|
|2003||Wagner, Jeanne||Official||Millersville University|
|2003||Wehrley, Merle “Mike” McCallister||Player||West Chester University|
|2004||Barbieri, Jane||Player||West Chester University|
|2004||Edell, Dick||Coach||Towson University|
|2004||Joey, Rosalia||Author||Hunter College|
|2004||Hufnell, Jackie||Official||West Chester University|
|2004||Jordan, Barb||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|2004||Cohn, Peter||Author||Middlebury College|
|2004||Lokashio, Sal||Player||University of Massachusetts|
|2004||Pietramala, David||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2004||Stevenson, Route||Author||Temple University|
|2004||Thurle, Michael||Player||University of Maryland|
|2005||Barnes, Mildred J.||Player||Boston Lacrosse Association|
|2005||Emmer, John “Jack”||Coach||Washington and Lee University / United States Military Academy|
|2005||Engelke, Norman||Player||Cornell University|
|2005||Gait, Gary||Player||Syracuse University|
|2005||Gait, Paul||Player||Syracuse University|
|2005||Hansenmüller, Susan L.||Official||Wells College|
|2005||House, Thomas R.||Player||University of North Carolina|
|2005||Hayden, Dorothy Lee||Author||Baltimore Lacrosse Club|
|2005||O’Leary, Amanda Moore||Player / Coach||Temple University|
|2005||Rattray, Gillian D.||Coach||Pennsylvania State University|
|2006||Barnhill, Ethel “Feffi”||Author||Ursine College|
|2006||Cook, Jeffrey G.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2006||Coughlin, Michael D.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2006||Gallagher, Daniel||Player||College of William and Mary|
|2006||Harper, Jo Ann “Josie”||Coach||West Chester University|
|2006||Hit, Gloria W.||Player||Smith College|
|2006||Maxi, Daniel R.||Player||Cornell University|
|2006||McCabe, Patrick J.||Player||Syracuse University|
|2006||Phillips, John D.||Author||Cornell University|
|2006||Weatherall, Sandy Brian||Player||Dartmouth College|
|2007||Cummings-Danson, Gale||Player||Temple University|
|2007||Dunn, Gertrude||Player||West Chester University|
|2007||Ford, Susan||Author||Connecticut College|
|2007||Goldstein, Timothy||Player||Cornell University|
|2007||Kidder, Susan K.||Player||University of East Stroudsburg|
|2007||Lowe, Darren||Player||Brown University|
|2007||Pfluger, Sharon G.||Coach||College of New Jersey|
|2007||Ripplemeyer, Karl “Rip”||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2007||Sears, Thomas||Player||University of North Carolina|
|2007||Wood, Brian||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2008||Brennan, Roberta||Player||Boston Women’s Lacrosse Association|
|2008||Crown, Lynn||Official||James Madison University|
|2008||Dillon Pat||Author||Towson University|
|2008||Marechek, Volume||Player||Syracuse University|
|2008||Sailer, Chris||Coach||Princeton University|
|2008||Starcia, House||Coach||Brown University|
|2008||Tracy, George||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2008||Watts, Dick||Author||Johns Hopkins University|
|2009||Greer Brown, Cherie||Player||University of Virginia|
|2009||Long, Jeffrey J.||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2009||Miller O’Donnell, Jennifer||Official||West Chester University|
|2009||Wilk Strosberg, Jessica||Player||University of Maryland|
|2009||Lowe, Kevin||Player||Princeton University|
|2009||Millon, Mark||Player||University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|2009||Price Genovese, Patricia||Coach||No affiliation|
|2009||Curry, Todd||Player||Syracuse University|
|2010||Bachigalupo Scott||Player||Princeton University|
|2010||Burnett, Michael||Player||University of North Carolina|
|2010||Ford, Harry McNamara “Mac”||Player||University of North Carolina|
|2010||Gaffney, Eleanor Kidy||Player||Boston Women’s Lacrosse Association / US National Team|
|2010||Hartog, Francesca Den||Player||Harvard University|
|2010||Kayleigh, Jack||Coach||No affiliation|
|2010||Rosen, Bonnie||Player||University of Virginia|
|2010||Stefano, Mary McCarthy||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|2011||Allison, Bruce||Author|| The president|
|2011||McKinney, Suzanne H.||Judge||Ursine College|
|2011||Reese, John||Player||Yale University|
|2011||Davis, Tracy||Player||Ursine College|
|2011||Lanahan Zvoets, Sandra||Player||University of Maryland|
|2011||Huntley, David W.||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2011||Lawlor, John Jake||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2012||Ft, Missy||Coach||Middlebury College|
|2012||Amonte Hiller, Kelly||Player||University of Maryland|
|2012||Adams, Jen||Player||University of Maryland|
|2012||Hubbard, Jesse||Player||Princeton University|
|2012||Colesie, Roy||Player||Syracuse University|
|2012||Nelson, Tim||Player||Syracuse University|
|2012||Timchal, Cindy||Coach||Northwest / Maryland / Navy|
|2012||Dougherty, Brian||Player||University of Maryland|
|2013||Miller, Bill||Player||Hobart College|
|2013||Watson, Michael||Player||University of Virginia|
|2013||Carney Burke, Quinn||Player||University of Maryland|
|2013||Berkman, Jim||Coach||Salisbury University|
|2013||Stumpf, Tracy||Player||University of Maryland|
|2013||Heather, Sue D.||Player||Loyola University Maryland|
|2013||Wade, Ryan||Player||University of North Carolina|
|2013||DeJuliis, Michelle||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|2014||Cockerton, Stan||Player||North Carolina State University|
|2014||Ulfelder, Michelle||Player||University of Maryland|
|2014||Mitchell, Steve||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2014||Watson, Margery||Author||Ursine College|
|2014||Millon, Erin Brown||Player||University of Maryland|
|2014||Wakefield, Carol||Author||Lacrosse Magazine|
|2014||Jalbert, Jay||Player||University of Virginia|
|2014||Volker, Peter G.||Player||University of North Carolina|
|2015||Volker, Brian||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2015||Curran, Jake||Author||University of Florida|
|2015||Eliker, Julie Hull||Player||James Madison University|
|2015||Hartranft, Bob||Coach||SUNY Oswego|
|2015||Vaughan, Maggie||Player||Harvard University|
|2015||Geppy-Aikens, Diane||Coach||Loyola University Maryland|
|2015||Nelson, Sarah||Player||Harvard University|
|2015||Fin, house||Player||Syracuse University|
|2015||Lockwood, Charlie||Player||Syracuse University|
|2016||Anderson, Margie||Player||University of Massachusetts|
|2016||Mike Morrill||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2016||Miles, Glen||Player||United States Naval Academy|
|2016||Shek, Robert||Player||Towson University|
|2016||Doyle, Michelle LeFevre||Player||West Chester University|
|2016||Tucker, John||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2016||Dayton, Julie||Player||Longwood University|
|2016||Basner, Kim||Official||West Chester University|
|2016||Connelly, Joanne||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|2017||Knight, Doug||Player||University of Virginia|
|2017||Powell, Casey||Player||Syracuse University|
|2017||Zimmerman, Don||Coach||Johns Hopkins / UMBC|
|2017||Wood, Robin Nye||Player||University of Virginia|
|2017||McDonald, Jim||Author||Washington and Lee University|
|2017||Sweet, Brooks||Player||University of Massachusetts|
|2017||Lane, Leslie Blankin||Player||Hollins University|
|2017||Redfern, Jill Johnson||Player||Ursine College|
|2018||Morrow, David||Player||Princeton University|
|2018||Friedman, Lee Buck||Player||Towson University|
|2018||Powell, Ryan||Player||Syracuse University|
|2018||Haugen, AJ||Player||Johns Hopkins University|
|2018||Wescott, Denise||Author||University of Maryland|
|2018||Kaho, Alex||Player||University of Maryland|
|2018||Kirby, Tami Worley||Player||Pennsylvania State University|
|2018||Kilgour, Phyllis||Coach||Radnor High School|
|2018||Cassese, Kevin||Player||Duke University|
|2021||Jenny Levy||Coach||University of North Carolina|
|2021||Sheehan Stanwick Birch||Player||Georgetown University|