Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Friday, Jan. 7


Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world.

1. Drexel men’s lacrosse won’t be surprising anyone in 2022.

After bursting onto the scene and making the NCAA tournament last year, the Dragons are on notice. Coach Brian Voelker welcomes a veteran core and will lean on its defense to attempt to repeat in the CAA.

Click here for more on No. 17 Drexel.

2. What will Drexel women’s lacrosse look like under Kim Hillier?

The Dragons return virtually the same roster as 2021, where they went undefeated in CAA play. With stars like Karson Harris and Lucy Schneidereith coming back, Drexel has cause for optimism.

Learn more about the No. 17 Dragons.

3. North Carolina men and women each released their 2022 schedule.

The Tar Heel men unveiled their schedule in one of most creative ways seen in 2022 (so far). North Carolina will face six teams that made the 2021 NCAA Tournament. Click here for the full schedule.

The Tar Heel women dropped a schedule that includes a packed ACC slate and a nonconference matchup with Northwestern on March 6. Check out the full schedule here.







WHAT WE’RE READING

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Bellarmine preparing for the 2022 season in a winter wonderland.

WHAT’S ON TAP

  • The NCAA previews continue, with both the Delaware men and Rutgers women checking in at No. 16.

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