Heading Into Year Five of The Kevin Conry Era, Michigan Lacrosse Continues to Rise

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The Maryland Terrapins came within one win of completing a perfect season, falling in the national title game against Virginia, and will almost certainly be the favorite to win the Big Ten and a Final Four pick for most people heading into next season. But that’s just business as usual in College Park under.

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2022 Looks Like a Rebuilding at Hofstra

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Ahead of last season, Hofstra hadn’t enjoyed a full winning season since 2017 and in the midst of a nine-year (eight full seasons) streak of not making the NCAA Tournament after doing so in four of the first five seasons of the Seth Tierney.

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Pace Academy (Ga.) Attackman Niko Karetsos Commits to North Carolina

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Pace Academy (Ga.) attackman Niko Karetsos announced his commitment to North Carolina on Monday night, giving Joe Breschi and the Tar Heels their second commitment in the class of 2023 and first at the attack position.

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St. John’s (D.C.) Goalie Caleb Fyock Commits to Ohio State

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Nick Myers and the Ohio State Buckeyes kicked off the weekend with a bang, landing a commitment from St. John’s goalie Caleb Fyock on Friday night. The junior is the second commitment in the 2023 class for the Buckeyes, joining Western Reserve Academy (Ohio) D/LSM Aiden Bodonyi, who was the first post-September 1st commitment in the class.

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Merrimack Continues to Progress as Year Three of Their DI Era of Approaches

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Following the 2019 season, which saw Merrimack win a second consecutive DII national title, the Warriors made a jump that hadn’t been seen since Bryant made the same move in 2012. That move being the Warriors’ jump up from DII to DI.

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Salisbury (Conn.) Faceoff Man Brady Wambach Commits to North Carolina

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Joe Breschi and the North Carolina Tar Heels picked up their first commitment in the 2023 class on Thursday evening, as Salisbury (Conn.) faceoff man Brady Wambach verbaled to the Tar Heels.

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After a Bumpy First Two Seasons, How Much Growth Can Marquette See in Year Three of The Stimmel Era?

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Andrew Simmel came to Marquette as one of the most sought-after assistant coaches in the nation. After all, he had just helped lead Yale to a national title in 2018 and an NCAA title game appearance in 2019 as the Elis’ offensive coordinator.

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Can an Improving Canisus Gain Any Ground in The MAAC in 2022?

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The MAAC has garnered a reputation as one of the most tightly-contested and ever-changing year-to-year in college lacrosse, and in recent years that reputation has become more and more true. The conference hasn’t seen a repeat champion since Providence in 2007 and 2008, seeing a different champion crowned every year since then. Moreover, outside of Quinnipiac and Marist in 2015 and 2016, no two programs have faced each other in back-to-back title games. Marist is also one of two programs, along with Siena to make at least three consecutive title games in conference history.

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