COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (5/12/11) – The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association National Championships first round game between No. 7 University of Colorado and No. 11 Boston College will be broadcasted live online at CollegeLax.us.
The game will begin at 7 p.m. MDT on Tuesday May 17 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park’s Field 12 with Ron Knabenbauer and Mike Brand, the head coach for men’s lacrosse at Centenary College of Louisiana, having the call.
Colorado comes in with an 11-5 overall record while Boston College is 11-4 this season. The Buffaloes defeated the Eagles 9-8 in double overtime earlier this year in Boston
Seven other MCLA D-I and D-II first round games will be broadcasted on Tuesday. The games will be Missouri Baptist vs. St John’s, Grand Valley State vs. Sam Houston State, SCAD vs. North Dakota State, Davenport vs. Utah Valley, Minnesota-Duluth vs. Colorado State, BYU vs. UC Santa Barbara and Florida State vs. Michigan State.
Along with video broadcasts of the majority of the national championship games, CollegeLax will also have live game blogs of every D-I and D-II tournament game on their website.
CollegeLAX is a private lacrosse website that exists to promote and primarily cover the MCLA, affectionally called the largest lacrosse league in the world. The site previously existed as USLIA.com and it has existed in one form or another since the spring of 1998. CollegeLAX continues to offers timely information including MCLA scores, top 25 polls, statistics, schedules, team news releases, selected game photographs and active message forums. Thousands of players, coaches, parents, alumni and fans from across the country visit the CollegeLAX website each week.
About the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association
The Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), the national organization of men’s collegiate club teams, was formed in 2006 to provide more direct attention to collegiate club lacrosse and a quality college lacrosse experience where varsity lacrosse does not yet exist. The MCLA consists of over 200 teams from across the United States, separated into two divisions and 10 conferences.