It is week’s like last week which makes me glad I no longer have to do a weekly FAB 50 or Top 25. When teams that are unranked start beating Top 10 teams, things get murky when trying to place teams. Does one loss to a solid team mean a complete reshuffling of the Top 25… Read More
It was another interesting week in boys’ high school lacrosse last week and the rankings reflect a bit of the craziness. Both Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) and LaSalle College (Wyndmoor, Pa.) enter the Top 10 this week, replacing Boys’ Latin (Baltimore) and Haverford School (Haverford, Pa.), which both dropped out of the Top 10. What… Read More
First, a note on the point total this week. One of the rankings was not released this week, so that affects to overall point totals in the Week 6 Consensus Rankings this week, but even without that there are not too many unexpected moves. But there are a couple of items that caught my attention.… Read More
One of the more interesting items I noticed while compiling this week’s rankings is that Darien (Conn.) got jumped in almost every poll and superseded by Hill Academy (Ontario, Canada) this week, but with US Lacrosse not ranking Hill, the Blue Wave holds on as the No. 3 team in the Week 5 Consensus Rankings.… Read More
Three of the major outlets released their Top 25 boys’ high school lacrosse rankings this week and two of them have the same No. 1 team in McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.), but outside of that the rankings are wildly different in a few areas. All tolled, 33 teams are ranked. Below are the teams that… Read More
Today I’m talking to Tim Dodds the new head coach at St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Alexendria, Va.) Dodds has been an assistant coach for St. Stephen’s since 2011 and was chosen after a nationwide search to be the next head coach of the Saints. Today’s podcast is a little different. Dodds and I talk… Read More
Under Armour announced today the Washington, D.C. boys’ who will represent the region at the 2016 Under Armour Underclass Lacrosse Tournament. The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South, Southwest, Upstate New York, Washington, D.C., and West and consist of two divisions of players from the graduating classes of 2017-2020.
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Alexandria, Va.) head coach Andy Taibl has announced his resignation. Taibl has been the boys’ lacrosse coach at SSSA since 2006. Taibl took over a program that was 10-9 in 2005, 8-10 in 2004 and 11-11 in 2003.