Nebraska Lacrosse

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Nebraska Lacrosse
University University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Conference Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference
Division 1 Division
Location Lincoln, Nebraska
Coach Rob Mazanec

The University of Nebraska men's lacrosse team is a club team participating in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA), in the Great Rivers Lacrosse Conference. It was established in 2001.

History[edit]

The Nebraska club lacrosse team was created around 2001 with Randy Howard as head coach. It has seen a great expansion since its inception.

When the MCLA was formed, Nebraska was originally a Division 2 team, due to lack of campus interest. It moved up to MCLA Division 1 in 2008, now competing in GRLC Division 1, with its conference opponents being University of Iowa, University of Kansas, University of Missouri, and University of Wisconsin.

In 2009, Nebraska qualified for post-season play for the first time in program history, finishing the year at 9-4 overall, and 3-1 in the conference for a spot in the conference tournament in St. Louis. However, due to eligibility issues at the end of the season, Nebraska was disqualified from the tournament.

Previous MCLA Seasons[edit]

Season Record (In-Conference)
2006 1-13 (0-3)
2007 7-7 (4-1)
2008 7-11 (1-4)
2009 9-4 (3-1)
2010 7-6 (3-2)
2011 5-7 (2-2)
2012 5-12 (0-4)
2013 3-5 (1-4)
2014 8-8 (1-3)

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