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MCLA D1 All Americans

Players with Orange County connections were abundant on the MCLA Division I All-American teams.  Chapman University, the 2016 National Champions had eight players recognized as All-Americans, including three first teamers.  The players...

Chapman Moves to No. 1

Orange County continues to be the epi-center of the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association.  While OC alums continued to garner individual accolades, Chapman University moved in to the No. 1 spot in the...

Smith Named PNCLL Player of the Month

Former Tesoro Titan Adam Smith has been named the Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League Player of the Month.  Smith is tearing up the MCLA so far this season with a stat line...

Boise State Continues to Impress

The Boise State Men’s Lacrosse hit the road hard to start the season, Leaving Thursday the 20th for their Friday night game versus #12 ranked Simon Fraser.  After a 14 hour bus...

Boise State Dominates Utah State

The Boise State Broncos Men’s Lacrosse MCLA D1 team traveled to Logan, Utah and scored a stampede of goals on their way to an 18-9 win over Utah State on  Saturday the...

Lickley, Murphy Flourish at Boise State

More good news from local players loving life in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association.  Austin Lickley (San Clemente High School) and James Murphy (Aliso Niguel High School) are continuing the strong tradition...

Adam Smith: A Wolf in Bronco Clothing

Adam Smith (Tesoro High School, 2012) is the latest Orange County product to make noise at the next level. Smith has been honored as a Wolf of the MCLA by...
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Redondo Union’s Roberson announces USC commitment

Undeterred by the pandemic, Asjia Roberson kept on working on and off the field. That hard work paid off with a commitment to USC.

San Clemente’s Hodgin Commits to Jacksonville

San Clemente girls lacrosse and basketball player Brookelynn Hodgin has committed to study and play NCAA Division 1 lacrosse at the University of Jacksonville....

Edison’s Wieland Makes History, Commits to Georgetown, Kentucky

Edison's Melanie Wieland will study and play women's lacrosse at Georgetown College in Kentucky.