Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Thursday, Nov. 10

Elaine Jones (formerly of Longwood) has been named the next head coach of UIndy.


1. UIndy made a big move during an otherwise slow news day, hiring Elaine Jones to be its next head women’s lacrosse coach.

Jones, who spent the past 10 seasons at Longwood, replaces James Delaney, who was fired less than three months after winning a Division II national championship. Jones will begin her duties effective immediately.

Jones won 97 games in 11 seasons at UC Davis prior to her stint at Longwood and successfully led that program in its transition from Division II to Division I.

More here.

2. Future college stars put pen to paper on Wednesday to formalize their college commitments.

These players will hit their respective campuses in 2023, and some will be key contributor as freshman in the 2024 season. Here’s a quick summary of just a few of the announcements on social media.







WHAT WE’RE READING

  • From our November issue, Islip (N.Y.) legend Kylie Ohlmiller was interviewed by Caitlin Barnes, a rising star herself at Islip who hopes to follow in the U.S. gold medalist’s footsteps.

  • Lacrosse Bucket’s Tanner Demling takes a fall dive into the Maryland men’s lacrosse team.

  • The Las Vegas Desert Dogs have yet to begin their first season in the NLL, but the organization is already giving back to the greater Vegas community.

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Ohio State wins the day for the best signing day announcement. This one is for goalie Caleb “Big Tasty” Fyock.

Most Recent

Lax Sports Network Rebranding as LacrosseTV

The network launched in 2016 as the first 24-hour original content stream for lacrosse.

Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Thursday, Dec. 1

Reliving a comeback for the ages, preseason honor for Shellenberger, more.

Maverik Updates Max Protection Line for Comfort and Maneuverability

Maverik’s trusted EKG plates are now even more protective and streamlined.

Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Wednesday, Nov. 30

Best of Lax begins, NLL season to end near Memorial Day, success in Cleveland.







Twitter Posts