May 13, 2008

Slide Package: Thrill of the Hunt

Slide Package: Part 13

With NCAA tournaments underway, including two (Division II and III women) to be decided this week, LMO's photographers are in focus. Included in this week's "Slide Package" are three national champions - Nassau (NJCAA men), Catonsville (NJCAA Women) and Colorado State (WDIA) - whose coronations are sealed.

Also featured: Gettysburg survives a scare to advance to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals.

More highlights from this week's Slide Package:

NJCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship
Catonsville didn't want a repeat of last year's final, so it ripped off seven straight goals and never let Harford in the game on its way to a dominating, 13-6 victory in the 2008 NJCAA final. (Photos by Greg Wall)

MD3: Denison at Gettysburg
Gettysburg saw its postseason life flash before its eyes against Denison, until the Bullets' Joe Brody sent the game to overtime, where Ben Sufrin won the game for Gettysburg, 8-7, over the Big Red. The Bullets face Washington College in an NCAA quarterfinal Wednesday. (Photos by John Strohsacker)

WDIA Championship
Cal Poly's reign over the WDIA came to an end, as Colorado State scored the last six goals in this overtime thriller and won the WDIA championship, 8-5. (Photos by Ryan McKee)

NJCAA Semifinal: Essex vs. Herkimer
Essex completed a weekend of semifinal upsets by downing second-seeded Herkimer, 17-10, and advancing to the final. (Photos by Joe Rogate)

NJCAA Semifinal: Nassau vs. Onondaga
Coming in as the No. 4 seed, Nassau CC stunned the No. 1 seed Onondaga CC in their semifinal match, 15-11, to advance to a final against CCBC-Essex. The Lions would win the next day to claim their 21st NJCAA national title. (Photos by Greg Shemitz)

Slide Package: Archive

Photo Frenzy - April 29
Salisbury and Washington College wage "War on the Shore," Syracuse runs through an old Big East juggernaut on its way to a second straight conference title, Penn stuns Northwestern and over 55 teams converge on the Katie Samson Classic.

Ground Control - April 22,
Records shattered at the Horseshoe, reigns prolonged in Annapolis and Evanston, heroes honored on Long Island and a collision of Ivy League powers in Princeton highlight LMO's weekly multimedia series.

Turf Trolls, Grass Clippings - April 8
Lacrosse Magazine Online's weekly multimedia series delves into three Division I women's lacrosse games, high school action in New York and New Jersey, and a marquee MCLA match-up in Colorado.

Spring Stretch - April 1
Midway through the 2008 college and high school lacrosse seasons, LMO's photographers are in full flux.

Hug It Out - March 25
Emotions run high in this edition of LMO's weekly multimedia series.

Whoa, Preppy - March 18
A stacked weekend of college lacrosse didn't keep LMO's photographers from beating the bushes with the preps, as the 2008 high school season launches.

Coast to Coast - March 11
From the Rose Bowl to Colorado and the Empire State, LMO went coast to coast in its multimedia coverage of college lacrosse.

Carolina in My Mind - March 4
Duke and Maryland renewed their ACC women's lacrosse rivalry, and North Carolina's men's lacrosse team matured into a legitimate contender with a big win over the Big Red.

Champs Are Here - Feb. 26
Three defending NCAA champions and a steadfast battle of two top-tier Division I men's lacrosse programs in neutral territory headline this edition of "Slide Package."

Wahoos Debuts - Feb. 19
All eyes were on Philadelphia, where a trio of freshmen (goalie Adam Ghitelman and Bratton twins Rhamel and Shamel) and a high-profile transfer (Peter Lamade) led UVA over Drexel. Also in the mix: Hofstra-UMBC women, Notre Dame-Loyola men and "Faceoff for a Cause."

Fire in the Hole - Feb. 12
Two of LM's top-20 ranked teams opened the 2008 NCAA Division I men's lacrosse season in fine fashion, as No. 17 Navy stifled VMI, 10-2, and No. 14 Delaware beat St. Joseph's in a shootout, 18-10.

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