Welcome to the MCLA Tournament Bracket Challenge - Presented by Virtually Varsity. Fill out your brackets for a chance to win MCLA swag, a free STX Surgeon 700 head from The Lacrosse Box, and whatever swag we can drum up at the tournament. Complete the...Continue Reading
After this weekend we are up to 8 spots that we are calling “locked-in” for the National Tournament. The SELC, CCLA, and LSA all handed out their AQs yesterday. The CCLA and LSA followed the chalk with the top seeds (Michigan State and Texas A&M) walking away...Continue Reading
As anyone who reads this website knows, the 2018 MCLA National Championships Powered by Under Armour takes place next month in Salt Lake City. This will be the fifth venue for the postseason tournament in the last 10 seasons. The previous locations were Irving, TX...Continue Reading
We are shifting bracketology to Monday from Thursday to hopefully give it a shelf-life of longer than a few hours. With so many good games happening later in the week, we wanted to move our analysis earlier. So here we are on Monday with Bracketology week 2. We’ve...Continue Reading
Goodbye, Power Rankings. You were mostly fun, but it's time to welcome in Bracketology. Here's the thing though. It's probably still too early for this. BUT IT'S FUN. It's fun to guess at what the tournament lineup would look like based on what we know today....Continue Reading
About Virtually Varsity
Virtually Varsity was started by Jordan Harris when he realized the 280 character limit on Twitter still wasn’t enough. A former MCLA coach and player, he has followed the league closely for over 15 years. After 4 years as a player on the BYU lacrosse team, Jordan started coaching in 2008 and coached for 9 seasons at BYU.
In addition to Jordan, Virtually Varsity finds contributions from the people that make the league happen. If you have a story you’d like to share, let us know!
We strongly believe the best vision of the MCLA is a league full of “Virtual Varsity” teams that shun the club label and push themselves to be as much like a varsity program as they can. In that spirit, VV was created to help create and facilitate conversation and tell the stories around the league.
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Plus, I just really like building websites 🤷🏼♂️