Womens lacrosse

BYU Lacrosse

BYU Cougars Lacrosse
Head Coach Jason Lamb 14th Year, 179-60
Home Field South Field Capacity: 2,178

Conference Affiliation

Team Records

  • All-Time: 187-64

'''National Championships (3)

  • 1997, 2000, 2007

Conference Championships (7)

  • 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008

The Brigham Young University Men's lacrosse team competes in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA)(formerly the USLIA)and in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference (RMLC). The MCLA is a club lacrosse league and its teams receive no funding from their representative colleges or the NCAA. This means that no scholarships are awarded to its athletes; most athletes have to pay team dues to play on the team. Despite the lack of recruiting ability, the BYU Lacrosse team has fared well in the MCLA and have had consecutive winning seasons since 1996.

The BYU Cougars lacrosse team defeated the Oregon Ducks to become the MCLA National Champions in 2007 and look to defend their title in 2008.


The BYU Lacrosse team was founded in 1975; however, significant records of the team only date back to 1995 when Jason Lamb began his tenure as head coach.

The BYU Lacrosse team had four wins and five losses (4-5) in their first season under Coach Lamb, accounting for their only losing season on record. The Cougars went 13-3 in his second season and have not had a losing season since. The team’s worst record since 1995 came in 2006 when they went 12-8, although during the 2006 national tournament they advanced to the Final Four.

During the 2007 season, the national championship game was to be rescheduled to a Sunday due to a conflict with a game for the United States women's national soccer team. The BYU Cougars—predominately an LDS team—refused to play on Sunday; the MCLA agreed to reschedule the tournament for the following week.

The Cougars won the national championship in 1997, 2000, and 2007. The Cougars have won the RMLC championship seven times in the past 15 years, capturing the title in 1997-1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, and 2008.

The BYU Womens Lacrosse team is part of the WDIA. It is not recognized or funded by BYU. In 2007 the team was ranked 5th in the nation and finished 4th in the National Championship. website

Season-by-season Record (since 1995)

Season Head Coach Overall Record Postseason
1995 Jason Lamb 4-5
1996 Jason Lamb 13-3
1997 Jason Lamb 15-2 RMLC & MCLA Champions
1998 Jason Lamb 13-4 RMLC Champions
1999 Jason Lamb 15-3 RMLC Champions
2000 Jason Lamb 15-5 MCLA National Champions
2001 Jason Lamb 15-5 RMLC Champions
2002 Jason Lamb 17-6
2003 Jason Lamb 13-6
2004 Jason Lamb 13-6
2005 Jason Lamb 14-5 RMLC Champions
2006 Jason Lamb 12-8
2007 Jason Lamb 20-2 RMLC and MCLA National Champions


BYU lacrosse does not offer scholarships to players as incentive to attend Brigham Young University. Most of the team's recruiting is done at BYU lacrosse summer camps which are run by head coach Jason Lamb.

The team is notable for their high turnover rate of athletes from year to year and the large percentage of freshmen on the team. This is due to many of the players serving missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints which creates many vacant positions for incoming freshmen classes.

Honors and Awards


  • 2008-Steve Naegle - Honorable Mention
  • 2007-Mark Davis - First Team
  • 2007-Justin Hier - First Team
  • 2007-Tyler Monteath - First Team
  • 2007-Ted Ferrin - Second Team
  • 2007-Zach Davis - Second Team
  • 2007-Jordan Harris - Second Team
  • 2007-Murphy Smith - Second Team
  • 2007-Christian Kikumoto - Honorable Mention
  • 2007-Jason Lamb - Sam Sadtler Service Award
  • 2006-Marshall Kay - First Team
  • 2006-Tyler Monteath - First Team
  • 2006-Jordan Harris - Second Team
  • 2006-Daniel Cole - Second Team
  • 2005-Cameron Archibald-First Team
  • 2005-Mark Tschagenny-First Team
  • 2005-Mark Davis-Third Team
  • 2005-Brian Kubesh-Honorable Mention
  • 2004-Mark Tschagenny-First Team
  • 2004-Taylor Cotterell-First Team
  • 2004-Jordan Peel-First Team
  • 2004-Justin Hier-Third Team
  • 2003-Jimmy Young-First Team
  • 2003-Mark Tschagenny-Second Team
  • 2003-Jordan Peel-Second Team
  • 2003-Jordan Archibald-Third Team
  • 2003-Morris Poole-Honorable Mention
  • 2003-Tyler Storer-Honorable Mention
  • 2002-Jordan Archibald-First Team
  • 2002-Aaron Quiggle-First Team
  • 2002-Rex Hardy-Second Team
  • 2002-David Rueckert-Second Team
  • 2002-Jimmy Young-Honorable Mention
  • 2002-Ryan Andrus-Academic
  • 2002-Glen Makechnie-Academic
  • 2001-Rex Hardy-First Team
  • 2001-Steve Austin-First Team
  • 2001-Aaron Quiggle-First Team
  • 2001-Troy Taylor-Second Team
  • 2001-Jimmy Young-Third Team
  • 2001-Clinton Felsted-Honorable Mention
  • 2000-Rex Hardy-First Team
  • 2000-Steve Austin-First Team
  • 2000-Marc Hemeon-First Team
  • 2000-Stuart Hunt-First Team
  • 2000-Dave Johnson-First Team
  • 2000-Jordan Archibald-Academic
  • 2000-Tommy Hawes-Academic
  • 2000-Dan Murdock-Academic
  • 1999-Jared Archibald-First Team
  • 1999-Matt Davis-First Team
  • 1999-Clinton Felsted-First Team
  • 1999-Stuart Hunt-First Team
  • 1999-Dave Johnson-First Team
  • 1999-Jon Lee-First Team
  • 1999-Dan Murdock-First Team

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