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READING, Pa. - Albright College President Lex O. McMillan III, Ph.D., announced that the college will add a varsity men’s and women’s lacrosse program beginning in the fall of 2011. This addition brings the total number of Albright varsity teams that compete at the NCAA Division III level to 23.
“The addition of the men’s and women’s lacrosse programs shows that Albright continues to grow as a whole. These two teams will give the college even more opportunities to compete for both conference and national championships,” said Director of Athletics Janice Luck.
As one of the fastest growing sports at the NCAA Division III level, the Lions will compete in their first varsity season in the spring of 2012. There are currently more than 180 women’s lacrosse programs and more than 150 men’s lacrosse Division III programs in the nation. Both teams will compete in the Middle Atlantic Conference, which currently sponsors 13 women’s teams and 12 men’s teams.
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"Lindenwood plans to have 26 sports programs when it begins play at the NCAA level. These include all 21 sports that currently compete in the NAIA, as well as field hockey, women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, and men’s volleyball. Every sport will compete at the NCAA Division II level except for women’s ice hockey and men’s volleyball, which will compete at the National Collegiate level, which includes NCAA Division I schools. Lindenwood’s other sports will compete at the club level."
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M 2010 Record - 6-7
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M 2010 Record - 8-8
W 2010 Record - 7-7
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W 2010 Record - 8-7
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