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should UConn bring men's lax back to D1 level?
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should UConn bring men's lax back to D1 level?
we play in a club league and i think it would be awesome if they brought it back to NCAA d1 like it used to be.
(This post was last modified: 04-26-2017 11:05 AM by Huskypride.)
04-26-2017 11:05 AM
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RE: should UConn bring men's lax back to D1 level?
Yes please. The fact that the championship is being held at the Rent in 2021/2022 is a no-brainer.

Peter Werth had it right:

“And actually for our AD, I think, we got, somebody ought to go down to Fairfield County and get some of these very rich people and have them come up with about $10 or $15 million to get a men’s lacrosse program in here,” he said at the event. “...Because I guarantee you if you get that going, within three years you’ll have a national championship.”

Annoying Title 9 BS...

03-05-2018 06:34 PM
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