Photo: By Jeremy Papasso, buffzone.com Feb 12, 2016
As DU women’s lacrosse (#5 seed) heads to Palo Alto for a Thursday night’s game against UC-Davis (#4 seed), they face the unenviable task of winning 3 games in three days to secure the tournament win and an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Continue reading Denver Women’s Lax: MPSF Tournament Preview →
The red hot DU women’s lax team is headed to Palo Alto, California with the wind at their backs to begin the MPSF playoffs Thursday night. The Pioneers (8-8, 5-4 MPSF) received yet another break when they moved up to the 5th seed, avoiding a first round showdown with #3 Colorado and then, tournament host – #2 Stanford. Continue reading The Team No One Wants to Play – #WhyNotDUWLAX →
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Denver women’s lacrosse (#5, 5-4 MPSF) traveled to Eugene, Oregon and downed the the Oregon Ducks (#6, 4-4 MPFS) 11-9 to earn an automatic berth at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation playoffs in Stanford, California April 28th – May 1st. The increasingly dangerous Pioneers finished their league season by winning 3 in a row. The final remaining league games will determine seeding for the tournament. Continue reading Surging Pioneers Down Ducks →
In Florida, state officials issued their first-ever requirement for girls to wear protective hard helmets in lacrosse. The changes have sparked a firestorm by players and coaches who believe the headgear requirement is unnecessary. Already, modified girls rules attempt to limit physical contact. Ultimately, assuming current women’s rules of play remain the same in women’s college lacrosse, should helmets become an NCAA requirement for women’s college lacrosse? Continue reading Helmets for Women? Why Not →
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Sure the scores were eye-popping this week. 16-0 and 15-5 as DU throttled Cal and St. Mary’s at Peter Barton Stadium, two of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) bottom dwellers. But there is more to it – namely, the return of Nicole Martindale to the Pioneer squad. Continue reading Martindale Leads DU Women’s Lacrosse Turnaround →
Spring break is here but the DU Pioneers still have work to do on the slopes, in the fields, on the ice, and in the gym.
LetsGoDU will be following all the action.
Following a perfect Saturday for Lacrosse, a winter storm roared into Denver. No need to worry – the next home game, The Faceoff Classic, is not until February 27th. The DU women start home play on Friday, February 12th against Colorado. It might be 70 and sunny by then.