Webber International University (NAIA FL) Adds Lacrosse

BABSON PARK, Fla. (August 17, 2019) – Webber International University athletics and Director of Athletics Darren Richie have announced the addition of men's and women's lacrosse as the school's 22nd and 23rd intercollegiate sports, beginning varsity competition in the spring of 2021.

The decision to add lacrosse at Webber comes in conjunction with the new turf field located on campus, which will soon be home to the Warriors' football and men's and women's soccer teams as well as lacrosse. "We are pleased to announce the start of lacrosse for both men and women at Webber," spoke Webber's Director of Athletics Mr. Darren Richie.

"The addition of lacrosse gives us 23 sports and helps us get closer to our goal of reaching 700 student-athletes. We look forward to developing a very high-caliber and competitive NAIA team."

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Edgewood College (D3 WI) Adds Lacrosse

MADISON, Wis. – In what has already been an exciting summer for the Edgewood College Athletics Department, the Eagles added to that excitement with the addition of two more sports, announced Tuesday. Edgewood College will be adding both Men's and Women's Lacrosse to their varsity sports lineup, beginning during the 2020-21 academic year.

 "Edgewood College adding Lacrosse is going to be a lot of fun," said Eagles Director of Athletics Al Brisack. "Over the years, I've watched the sport grow in the Madison region. Now, we get to be a part of that growth. Our new coaches will have the tremendous responsibility of being "flag-bearer's" for the sport – supporting the youth organizations and setting the example for aspiring lacrosse players and coaches. It is a tremendous opportunity to be first in this area!"

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