Conners and Moore played a major role in the Archers winning their first title.
UVA falls to the Irish in third matchup between the two teams this season.
Connor Shellenberger garners his third straight 1st team selection.
The crew looks back at the Georgetown and Richmond wins and look ahead to tomorrow’s matchup with Notre Dame.
Thoughts on UVA’s big win over the seventh seeded Hoyas.
Breaking down the individual matchups which will determine Saturday’s result.
Recapping today’s win that sends the ‘Hoos to the quarterfinals.
Virginia’s nemeses #1 Duke and #4 Maryland sit on the opposite side of the bracket.
What we learned from a massive win in UVA’s season finale.
Xander Dickson, Payton Cormier, and Connor Shellenberger on the precipice of breaking program records.
Thoughts and perspective on a complete win for the Wahoos against a talented Syracuse squad.
In the midst of UVA’s dominant win, Miezan provided the exclamation point.
What we learned from a complete performance without Virginia’s player.
Established as the best in the country, the UVA offense somehow still has room to improve for May.
The literal and metaphorical rain poured down on the ‘Hoos as the streak of losses to the Blue Devils continues.
Caroline and Zach hop back on the pod to talk lax and a little bit of basketball as well.
The #1 ranked Cavaliers improve to 5-0 with a big win in the Doyle Smith Cup.
Thoughts on another 25-goal game as Virginia continues to become more and more complete.
What last night’s big win tells us about this team as Payton Cormier and Cade Saustad impressed.
What we learned from a massive offensive performance.
Evaluating Virginia’s solid 17-13 victory over a talented Michigan squad.
Caroline joins Zach to talk about the men’s lacrosse team!
Connor Shellenberger named a unanimous first teamer with two Wahoos on the second team as well.
Wahoos are followed by Maryland, Georgetown, Cornell, and Princeton in the top-five.
LARS TIFFANY IS THE GOAT.
Lars Tiffany stays on a roll on the recuiting trail by landing attackman Ryan Duenkel.
The ‘Hoos got up early and didn’t look back, winning by an unofficial score of 21-7.
Redshirt first year exploded onto the lacrosse scene in 2021.