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San Diego St., USC add D1 women’s lacrosse

October 23, 2010

Southern California will get its first two Division I women’s lacrosse programs …

The San Diego State lacrosse team has joined the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, the league recently announced. The Aztecs will play a complete schedule and six-game conference slate, beginning in 2012. SDSU, which also competes in the MPSF in water polo, will join national power Stanford, Oregon, Denver, UC Davis, St. Mary’s and Fresno State in the seven-team conference.

  • The Daily Trojan reports that USC will add a Division I women’s lacrosse program …

Newly inaugurated USC President C.L. Max Nikias made an informal announcement last Thursday to USC news source Annenberg TV News that the university will add a Division I women’s lacrosse team to the athletics department. The addition has not been formally announced yet, but it will come in the near future as coaching acquisitions are made, Nikias said. “Pretty soon we are going to announce that we will introduce a women lacrosse team, Division I, at USC,” Nikias said to ATVN. “That is going to be announced in the next few months. We are in the process of recruiting the coach for the team and then we will make the announcement.

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