Inside Lacrosse Picks Grand Canyon, Concordia in SLC

Inside Lacrosse has picked Grand Canyon University to repeat as the top Division 1 team in a deep and competitive Southwest Lacrosse Conference his season.  IL predicts that Concordia will edge cross-town rivals CSU Fullerton for the Division 2 league title.

Orange County alums fared well in the players to watch department.  Tesoro alum (Arizona goalie) and Fullerton’s Huntington Beach tandem of and  (No. 12 in the picture above) were all named as players to watch.

Source: 2016 MCLA Conference Snapshots: RMLC, SLC | Page 2 | Inside Lacrosse

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Inside Lacrosse has picked Grand Canyon University to repeat as the top Division 1 team in a deep and competitive Southwest Lacrosse Conference his season.  IL predicts that Concordia will edge cross-town rivals CSU Fullerton for the Division 2 league title.

Orange County alums fared well in the players to watch department.  Tesoro alum (Arizona goalie) and Fullerton’s Huntington Beach tandem of and  (No. 12 in the picture above) were all named as players to watch.

Source: 2016 MCLA Conference Snapshots: RMLC, SLC | Page 2 | Inside Lacrosse