Much like this very website, the MCLA homepage was MIA for a chunk of the last few months. It has returned…new.
Let’s try to remember everything that has happened from May until now in the MCLA.
- May – Boston College banned from post season play by school due to drinking violation
- May – Indiana banned from post season play by school due to paperwork error associated with out of state travel
- May – Grand Canyon, a former NCAA D2 school, wins D1 title
- May – Marc Lea resigns from Cal Poly
- June – MCLA website goes offline
- June – Former MCLA player Dylan Sheridan named head coach of new NCAA D1 program Cleveland State, massive prize if you know what school he attended without looking it up
- Summer/Fall – Duluth drops down to MCLA D2
- September – ASU announces noteworthy NCAA D3 players have signed on as assistant coaches
- September – Cal Poly announces an interim head coach after two outside coaches couldn’t accept offers to be the new head Mustang in charge due to relocation costs (why did they apply in the first place?)
- October – Jac Coyne leaves Lacrosse Magazine for MCLA, immediately takes over MCLA twitter account and makes it what it should have been for the last 93 years
- October – Alex Smith resigns from Colorado State, arguably the most iconic MCLA program turns to just their third head coach in decades
- October 26 – MCLA website returns
- Early November, ASU fires Joe Thon, hires retired assistant coach, Todd MacRobbie, who should have been the original hire in 2015, ASU no longer the program they think they are with this kind of behavior
- Over the course of the fall, the MCLA Twitter and Instagram accounts have been extremely active, significant step in the right direction
Lots of dramatic ups and downs for the Club Ball gang. The regular season starts in like three weeks. Enjoy this fall ball scrimmage between Simon Fraser and Diablo Valley College.
According to SFU Twitter, the score was much closer than the highlights and DVC body language would indicate.
SFU lost to Sonoma State 19-10 the previous day.