Indiana University Lacrosse

GRLC Tournament Update

5 - Published April 21, 2013 by in GRLC

As a result of the Purdue win over Illinois, Indiana has secured the number 1 seed in the division and a first round bye in GRLC tournament.

Indiana will play the winner of Illinois State and the 2nd seed of the West division still TBD (Iowa or Wisconsin). IU defeated Iowa earlier this season 11-5, but did not face Wisconsin. In the last meeting, we lost to Wisconsin in overtime 10-9.

The GRLC tournament is May 3-5 at Lindenwood University – Belleville in Belleville, Illinois. Our first game will be Saturday evening.

Lindenwood Belleville

Games will take place on LUB’s famed maroon and silver field. We will call it crimson that weekend.

Indiana finishes the regular season at Illinois on Friday. The Hoosiers haven’t defeated Illinois since 2008.

As of Sunday evening, Indiana is ranked 34th out 100 teams on LaxPower with a power rating of 80.96. This power rating would put us at 112 out of 208 NCAA D3 teams ahead of instate teams Trine, Hanover, and DePauw.

The 2012 IU team finished 62nd with a 76.40 power rating. The 2011 team finished 76th with a 72.73 power rating.

Perhaps most exciting, our roster features only two seniors. The bulk of scoring is coming from freshmen and sophomores. We haven’t reached our ceiling yet.


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5 Responses to GRLC Tournament Update

  1. Joseph Aloysius Williams IV July 3, 2012 at 11:24 pm #

    I believe:
    6,11,19 Mundorf
    16,17 Woodson
    1,20,21 Berger (I really did know it before the answer, he is my favorite)
    14 Rabil 

  2. Anthony Santino Vellante July 7, 2012 at 9:54 pm #

    8: Mike Evans?

    • TonyPerkis July 8, 2012 at 3:14 pm #

      8 is matt gibson

      12 and 13 should be hartzell

  3. connorwilson April 22, 2013 at 10:28 am #

    been fun watching you guys put it together this year in the win department. Young team, plenty of talent. Great to see. Good luck in the GRLC!

  4. bagellax21 April 24, 2013 at 8:51 pm #

    I did bash Indiana earlier this season for having a very weak schedule but it’s great to see a new team rise to power in the GRLC and hopefully can break into the top 25 and be a consistent power unlike other GRLC teams besides former member Lindenwood.

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