The 2019 USILA/Warrior and New Balance Division III Scholar All-Americans were announced this week and senior Max Lepley (San Clemente, Calif.) represented the Purple & Gold being recognized for the first time in his career.
By nature, Whittier College men’s lacrosse is on an island some.
The Poets, an independent program, are the only team in Division III to call the Pacific Standard Time Zone home. That leaves the team from Southern California left vying for the sole Pool B bid to the NCAA tournament, with flights to Ohio and Pennsylvania a must just to get games on the schedule.
Two 6-0 teams went head-to-head on Saturday but after everything was said and done No. 6 Cabrini was able to come away with the win handing the Whittier College Men’s Lacrosse team their first loss of 2019 14-6.
The Whittier College Men’s Lacrosse team won a hard-fought battle against the Colorado Mesa Mavericks this past Saturday to open their 2019 schedule. The Mavericks earned a pre-season ranking of No. 10 in NCAA Div. II, and are three-time defending RMAC champions. The inter-divisional tilt was played on the campus of Notre Dame De Namur.
Whittier College Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Nick Marks announced his 2019 Captains Monday. Each of the six captains embodies what it means to be a Whittier College Poet, academically, athletically, and in Whittier’s campus community.