Unlike Lennay Kekau, this is a real thing.
Maryland is off to the Big Ten, leaving the ACC one short of NCAA Tournament automatic-qualifier status. Does this open up the possibility of a school like Boston College, N.C. State or Florida State fielding a varsity men's lacrosse program?
Syracuse University will join ACC men's lacrosse in 2014, moving the total number of teams to five. The calls for a sixth league member will only grow louder, with Boston College, Florida State and N.C. State often cited as the most viable candidates
Boston College shares a lot of commonalities with the programs that made this year's 2012 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship field. So why isn't the school fielding varsity men's lax again?