SLC Preview: Division 1 North


Riley Chester of St. Margaret’s Commits to Monmouth

Chester finished his junior year with 33 goals and 17 assists.

Julian Jenkins of Los Alamitos commits to Holy Cross

Jenkins was an All Sunset League First Teamer team and Griffins captain this past spring.

St. Margaret’s Hires Megan Armes as girls lacrosse coach

St. Margaret's Episcopal School recently announced the hiring of...

West Genesee More Than Just a Lacrosse Drill

It was 1984, and Syracuse freshman and starting midfielder...


1. Chapman University
Last Year: 16-6 (6-0)
Playoff Finish: Lost 10-5 to Arizona State in National Semifinal

After making it to the National semifinals against Southwestern Lacrosse Conference rival Arizona State last season, the Panthers hope to put that home field advantage to good use in the 2015 MCLA Championships.


Although, the defending SLC North champions lost 10 seniors, including six starters, to graduation, they have plenty of talented players ready to make an immediate impact and fill the voids. Despite the graduation of stud goalie and captain Warren Nielsen (Lakeridge, OR), Coach Dallas Hartley feels the strength of his team will still be their defense.  Led by defenseman Zach Dutra (Monte Vista High School), LSM Brenton Croteau (Westborough, MA), and dual threat middie Chris Herrmann (Denver East, CO) this unit should jell immediately,  allowing the younger offense to find its way in the collegiate game.   Looking to fill the shoes of Timmy Andrews (La Costa Canyon High School) on the offensive end are junior midfielder Connor Reilly (Thousand Oaks High School) sophomore attackman Regan Kelly (Redwood, CA), and standout freshman attack Dylan Garner (Oregon Episcopal, OR).  With Hartley’s uncanny ability to reload rather than rebuild, this Chapman squad looks to have the inside leg on repeating as the SLC North champs.