Decade brings depth to college lacrosse

Originally Published: January 5, 2010
By Teddy Lamade | Inside Lacrosse

The "noughties" (2000-2009) has been the most dramatic decade in the history of men's college lacrosse. It has been full of highlights (and some lowlights): the first NCAA championships held in professional stadiums, record-breaking crowds, two undefeated national champions (Johns Hopkins in '05 and Virginia in '06), the expansion to the south and west, the Duke rape scandal. Decades of slow growth ended at the turn of the new century and exploded rapidly.

Why? Various reasons, but the most ...

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