The Student Programs Tower is located next to the Stapleton Tennis Pavilion. This has been Club Sports home-‐base for over four years.
Senior Alex Mulvihill, President of Women’s Club Lacrosse. She has 3 other oﬃcers who help her manage the team .
One issue both teams face is a lack of ﬁeld space because they only get half a ﬁeld and they are only able to do drills and half-‐ﬁeld scrimmages.
The teams both have pracIces on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. Women’s pracIce is from 8:30 to 10 pm on Mondays and 7 to 8:30 pm on Wednesdays.
The women’s team has 22 players and the majority of them are underclassman.
Women’s Club Lacrosse is part of the Rocky Mountain Women’s Lacrosse League. They have 12 games against Colorado School of Mines, CU Boulder, CSU, Air Force, University of Wyoming, Westminster and a few teams in a tournament in Santa Barbara.
At one point last year, DU Women’s Club Lacrosse was ranked 10th in the country and they are working towards being more compeIIve this year.
The majority of the men’s games are on the Astroturf ﬁeld of the Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium; however, the majority of the women’s games are away.
Sophomore Eli Rosen, President of Men’s Club Lacrosse helps run pracIces, organize games and manage the budget of the team.
Club Men’s Lacrosse has 30 players and will have their ﬁrst game February 12th against Regis.
Rosen has organized 6 games for the team this year against Colorado School of Mines, University of Wyoming, Western State, Regis, CU-‐Pueblo and CU-‐Fort Lewis.
Men’s Club Lacrosse was founded at DU in 1999.
In previous years, the men’s club lacrosse team last year had lost their credibility but this year they are focusing on changing the dynamics and having a successful season.
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