Men’s Lacrosse

Brendan Gover ’14

December 16, 2013

Spotted on Campus With … Brendan Gover ’14

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Men’s lacrosse player Brendan Gover ’14 (Somerset, N.J.) discusses the real-world applications of economics, a future career in finance, and the importance of being a well-rounded person. What do you enjoy about your major? It challenges me to think outside the box about abstract concepts that still have relative application to the real world.   [...]

Bill Lawson

September 10, 2013

Lafayette Celebrates Bill Lawson’s Life

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Lafayette hosted a “Celebration of Coach Bill Lawson’s Life” Sept. 8 in the Kirby Sports Center arena, honoring the life of the late head coach. Lawson retired following the 2002 season, ending a 37-year career at Lafayette in which he coached three different sports. He later returned in 2007 as a volunteer assistant men’s lacrosse [...]

Gregory Allis ’12, right, did an independent study on sustainable stadium design, with David Veshosky, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.

March 10, 2012

Spotted on Campus With…Greg Allis ’12

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Lacrosse player Greg Allis ’12 (Danvers, Mass.) discusses the hunt for a Patriot League Championship, the hands-on elements of civil engineering, and his work in Madagascar. What do you enjoy about your major? My favorite parts of my major are the lab periods and projects we work on. We always are working on a really [...]

Gregory Allis ’12, right, did an independent study on sustainable stadium design, with David Veshosky, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.

September 23, 2011

Building a Better Stadium: Gregory Allis ’12 Studies Sustainable Building for Sports Facilities

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There’s nothing like a football game.  The clatter of helmets, the roar of the crowd—America’s favorite sport has a lot to love.  But some things, like the buzz of electric lights or the massive quantities of steel and concrete holding up those nosebleed seats, can wreak havoc on the environment. That’s where Gregory Allis ’12 [...]

Tom Perini ’11

April 26, 2011

Spotted on Campus With…Tom Perini ’11

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  The all-time leading goal scorer in Lafayette men’s lacrosse history talks about economics, work ethic, and the changes he has seen during his four years at school. What is your major and what do you like about your major? My major is economics. I have really enjoyed learning about economics in such a crucial [...]

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January 28, 2011

Steve Serling ’10 Selected Ninth in Major League Lacrosse Draft

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Former Lafayette men’s lacrosse star and economics graduate Steve Serling ’10 was drafted ninth in the 2011 Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Collegiate Draft held in Baltimore, Md. Serling, who is now a graduate student at Hofstra University, was selected by the Denver Outlaws. While at Lafayette, Serling garnered a number of awards both on and [...]