One of many information objects I hoped to listen to popping out of the U.S. Lacrosse Conference this weekend in Baltimore is the plan for Season 2 of the Subsequent Collegiate Lacrosse League.
Final yr, the NCLL introduced collectively six traditionally black schools — Bowie, Howard, Coppin, Morgan, Delaware State, and the College of Maryland-Japanese Shore — for a number of weeks of competitors within the Sixes format. Video games had been performed at a pair of the facilities of the game: Ludwig Subject on the College of Maryland and at Tierney Subject at U.S. Lacrosse headquarters, and had been televised on NXT Degree Sports activities.
However except for a few social media posts, there hasn’t been a lot discuss a second season of the league, and it’s barely 10 weeks from the primary anniversary of the beginning of final yr’s league — when, presumably, the second yr would begin.
I do know that Morgan State has a much bigger fish to fry; it desires to affix Hampton College and the College of the District of Columbia as fully-funded males’s lacrosse applications. However there’s no purpose for all six of final yr’s individuals and maybe a pair extra to affix in for the second season of Subsequent Collegiate. I’ll have an interest to see the 2023 league.