Mad Dog West Earns Triple Crowns at Legends National Cup

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Mad Dog West entered four boys’ lacrosse teams into different divisions at the Legends National Cup this weekend and came home with three championships. The Mad Dog 2022 (pictured above), World Series, and 2025 all finished in first place. The Mad Dog West 2020 also put in a very respectable showing with a 3-2 record. Their only losses were to the Minnesota Frogs, the eventual division champions.

“This was the first tournament of the season for Mad Dog West 2022 and the World Series team,” said head coach Steve Lane. “It was awesome to see such great chemistry among the boys so quickly. We see massive potential for both groups to continue to grow and having this is as our starting point against live competition is really exciting. The 2025 boys continue to completely separate themselves from the competition.”

Mad Dog West WS, Legends National Cup Champions
Mad Dog West WS, Legends National Cup Champions

Mad Dog West 2025, Legends National Cup Champions
Mad Dog West 2025, Legends National Cup Champions