The Wilmington University men's lacrosse team is selling gear for the upcoming 2018-19 season! The Team Store will only be open for a limited time, and no orders can be placed after the deadline of midnight on Wednesday, October 17 to ensure all orders will be received in a timely fashion.
Partnering with legendary lacrosse icon Tom Marechek and his All Pro Lacrosse Camps, the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse program is conducting its first Wilmington Wildcat Lacrosse Camp at the WU Athletics Complex from July 16-19.
The inaugural season of the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse came to a close in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournament Semifinals on Friday, falling to top seed and host Georgian Court, 17-4, at the GCU Turf Field.
First year program Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team placed five student-athletes on the first ever Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference All-Conference Teams, as voted on by the league’s six head coaches and announced by the conference office on Wednesday.
A goal heavy second quarter put the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team in a deep hole on Saturday as Chestnut Hill spoiled Senior Day at the WU Athletics Complex with a 16-6 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference decision to close out the 2018 regular season.
A second half comeback and a game-winner with nine seconds left in regulation gave the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse a 9-8 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over Dominican on Tuesday afternoon at the Torne Valley Complex.
Georgian Court raced out to an early first half lead before taking the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference contest from the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse contest, 17-6, on Wednesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
A three-goal spurt in the fourth quarter allowed Post to separate itself from the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team on Sunday as the Wildcats fell, 9-5, in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference opener at LaMoy Field.
The calendar has turned to April which only means its becoming crunch time for the Wilmington University spring sport student-athletes, and they continue to shine as three more Wildcats have been named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Player of the Week in their respective sports.
The Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team scored 10 first half goals en route to a 14-10 nonconference victory at Davis & Elkins on Thursday, wrapping up the team’s Spring Break trip to West Virginia.
Alderson Broaddus held the advantage in the face-off circle and subsequently controlled the pace of play, leading to a 12-8 victory over the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team on Tuesday at the ADU Multi-Sport Performance Stadium.
The spring sport athletes continue to shine on the field and are being rewarded with conference weekly awards as three student-athletes have been named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week on Monday by the conference office.
A pair of first wins of the season, as well as a solid home opening weekend propelled the Wilmington University spring sports to five Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week on Monday, as announced by the conference office.
It only took four games but the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team finally has its first victory in program history, defeating St. Thomas Aquinas, 11-4, on Wednesday at the WU Athletics Complex.
The Wilmington men's lacrosse program played its inaugural game on February 27, 2018 at home against the Distrit of Columbia. Josh Burley scored the program's first ever goal in the first quarter, tallying three marks in the game. The Wildcats closed the deficit to 5-4 with 29 seconds left in the first half, but UDC answered with five straight goals to take command of the game. Cory Melvin scored teh final three goals for the Wildcats, collecting another hat trick for the Wildcats in their first ever game. Noah Given made 15 saves in goal. Copyright 2018; Wilminton University. All rights reserved.
A five-goal run spanning the halftime break catapulted the District of Columbia past the Wilmington University men’s lacrosse team, 15-7, in the program’s inaugural game on Tuesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.