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Despite given time zones, all games are posted local time.

http://mcla.us/team/texas/2014/schedule.html

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LSA Playoff Information

April 19-20 (exact date, time and location TBD)

DI Quarterfinals

North - #3 vs. #2

South - #3 vs. #2

 

Lone Star Alliance DI & DII Playoffs

Hosted at the University of Texas, games at Caven Field

 

Saturday, April 26

1:00 p.m. DII Semifinal - #3 vs. #2

4:00 p.m. DI Semifinal - winner of North Quarterfinal vs. South #1

7:00 p.m. DI Semifinal - winner of South Quarterfinal vs. North #1

Sunday, April 27

11:00 a.m. - DII Championship

2:00 p.m. - DI Championship

Weekend Festivities 3/29, 3/30

The Longhorns are finally back in Austin!

This weekend for the first time in 8 weeks the #11Longhorns will have a full weekend of home games. Saturday Afternoon at 4:00pm The Longhorns faceoff against #9 Chapman Panthers. Sunday Afternoon at 1:00 The Longhorns take on the UCF Knights.

Both games will be held at the Caven Lacrosse and Sports Center at Clark Field, just south of the DKR.Admission for both games is free. Can't wait to see y'all out there!

Check out the Chapman Event Page on Facebook!

Come Early, Be Loud, Stay Late, Wear Orange!

Hook'em Horns!

NEW: Podcast with John Jackson and Offensive Coach Kyle Loda

Topics:

- Road Recent Road Trips: Ole Miss (0:20) *JJ Receives a text message (1:06)* Boulder/Colorado State (1:54)

- Upcoming Road Trip against Mercer/Georgia Tech (3:57)

- What playing NCAA teams does (5:37)

- Unsuspecting Players Stepping Up (6:34)

- Twitter Followers Question: Expectation for the season games to lookout for (8:44) 

**tweet @longhornlax with #LAXChat and your questions could be featured in our next podcast.**

- Team Bonding and “Pranks” (13:14)


Roderick Mayberry


Longhorns After their 3rd Consecutive LSA Title

Early Season News

http://mcla.us/news/2013/12/texas-longhorns-2014-outlook/

Texas Longhorns 2014 Captains and Outlook

AUSTIN, TX  — The University of Texas Men’s Lacrosse team has announced their team captains for the 2014 season. Senior midfielders Josh Francis and John Jackson along with defensemen Michael Rizzutti, Sr., Turner Kerr, Jr., and goalie Jordan Lee, Sr., will lead the squad.

2014 Texas Captains

#12 Josh Francis
#14 John Jackson
#3 Michael Rizzuti
#17 Turner Kerr
#10 Jordan Lee

Last season Francis and Jackson totaled 53 points together while Lee finished the season with a .669 save percentage which helped the team reach their 3rd consecutive MCLA playoff berth and Lone Star Alliance championship title. 

Senior Josh Francis, the team President, says “There is a lot of buzz going around in regards to this upcoming season. The guys are excited, the students are excited, and really the Texas lacrosse community as a whole is excited. What’s different this year from years past is the fact that we have a strong core of seniors that have stuck with it.  But the most glaring difference to this team is our schedule. It’s one of the toughest, if not the toughest, in the MCLA. Which just goes to show that we believe in us, the University believes in us, and our fans believe in us.”

Jackson says he’s excited for the season to start. “We have a great group of seniors, and a lot of promising young talent,” Jackson said. “It’s been a great off season and we should be ready to make a little noise come spring time.”

This season the Longhorns have a busy schedule with 11 road games including trips to Colorado to play No. 2 CU Boulder and defending national champions Colorado State, and Oregon to take on Simon Fraser from Canada and the University of Oregon Ducks. Texas lost to CU Boulder 11-7 in the MCLA playoffs last year.

Head Coach Andy Garrigan is optimistic about the season despite losing their leading scorer from last season Spencer Price.

“It’s a very challenging out of conference schedule, but one that I absolutely believe we are ready to take on,” Garrigan said. “We have an incredibly talented team that I frankly believe is more talented than the squad we fielded last year. The slate of games we scheduled was done to challenge this gifted group.” 

Additionally, Texas will travel east to take on NCAA Division 1 Mercer University in Macon, Ga.  Texas will kick of their season on February 1 at home against NCAA Division 3 Southwestern University at the Caven Lacrosse and Sports Center.