The Ohio State men’s lacrosse team accomplished plenty of history in 2013, but a first trip to the sport’s biggest stage, the NCAA last four, was not in the cards. OSU lost to Cornell in the NCAA quarterfinals on Saturday by a 16-6 final, ending its season with a 13-4 record.
Brandon Harris wrapped up spring practice on Thursday, then took to Twitter to announce his seven finalists. Harris breaks down who made the cut in this update, and what he likes about each program.
IlliniPlaybook hits the film room with footage of JaQuan Lyle of Evansville (IN) Bosse and the Spiece Indy Heat at Run N’ Slam 2013.
Though Darron Lee earned a scholarship offer to Ohio State by performing well in the program’s camps last summer, the two-way star from New Albany accepted it knowing that he doesn’t have a set collegiate position. That doesn’t bother Lee, who hopes that his versatility will help him find a role on the field early in his OSU career.
The lacrosse scene in Ohio and particularly in the Columbus area has seen steady growth over the past decade, and the Buckeyes are a major part of that success. Ohio State’s recent NCAA tournament run, which continues Saturday against Cornell with a semifinal bid on the line, is just bringing more attention to the fastest-growing sport in the area.
Ohio State currently has eight commits for the 2014 recruiting class, and the assistant coaches have hit the road during the spring evaluation period checking out top prospects. Who is on the Buckeye recruiting board? Derek Young takes a look at the safety position.
There has been plenty of talk about changes that need to be made to the college athletics model in recent months, and Ohio State athletics director Gene Smith has a few ideas of his own. The OSU boss has started advocating that the biggest Division I schools should have their own division in order to alleviate some of the biggest problems.
Ohio State currently has eight commits to the 2014 recruiting class, and the assistant coaches have hit the road during the spring evaluation period checking out top prospects. Who is on the Buckeye recruiting board? Derek Young takes a look at the cornerback position.
Trent Harris planned on announcing his college decision at his high school spring game on May 23rd, but a new offer has changed his plans. The 2014 defensive end has had a handful of favorites with Florida on top. Ohio State extended the Winter Park (Winter Park, FL) standout an offer and he’s decided to delay his decision until he can explore the Buckeyes program.
Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High five-star cornerback Jarbill Peppers will announce his decision later this month.