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The VMI Keydets are the second DI program to release their 2022 schedule, doing so on Friday afternoon. The Keydets are heading into their second season under head coach James Purpura and coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 1-10 overall and 0-6 in SoCon play.
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Down 7-1 with 10:23 remaining in the second quarter of the SoCon title game, the Richmond Spiders found a spark. A five-goal run that lasted through the end of the third saw the Spiders cut the High Point lead down to just one goal (7-6) with one frame left. However, a 4-2 game-ending High Point run put the final nail in the coffin, serving the Spiders their second conference loss of the season and denying them a third consecutive conference title.
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The 2021 season wasn’t kind to the Penn State Nittany Lions.
Just two years removed from their first-ever Championship Weekend appearance, Penn State churned out a 4-7 record this spring, marking their worst season under John Tambroni and worst since going 2-11 back in 2010.
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Kevin Warne and the Georgetown Hoyas got some big news on Tuesday night as Briarwood Christian (Ala.) junior goalie Anderson Moore verbaled to the Hoyas. Moore is Georgetown’s fourth commitment in the class of 2023 and second on the defensive end of the field, joining Boston College (Mass.) LSM James Carroll.
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In 2019, the Penn Quakers broke through as they won the Ivy League, and made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014, giving Mike Murphy his third trip to the big dance as the head coach of the Quakers.
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After two consecutive seasons in 2018 and 2019 in which the Buckeyes shot themselves in the foot somewhere along the way, Ohio State had a solid showing during the shortened 2020 season, going 5-2. And after that strong start, and all the talent up and down the roster, 2021 looked like it could be the first year that Ohio State put all the pieces together since their NCAA Championship game run in 2017.
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Cambridge (Ga.) junior midfielder Jack Marlow announced his commitment to Michigan on Sunday night, giving Kevin Conry and the Wolverines their fifth commitment in the class of 2023 and second at the midfield position, joining Matthew Hann out of Paul VI (Va.).
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Coming out of a timeout following a North Carolina caused turnover late in the contest, Chris Gray’s shot went wide, and with just :31 seconds left on the clock, it appeared the Tar Heels has just seen their last possession of the season. However, 10 seconds later William Perry picked the Virginia pass out of the sky to give the Tar Heels one more chance at forcing overtime and extending their season – just as they had done a week earlier against Rutgers to advance to Championship Weekend.
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Gary Gait’s inaugural Syracuse men’s lacrosse recruiting class got a little bit stronger on Friday night with the Hill Academy (Ont.) defenseman Donny Scott verbaling to the Orange.
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Coming into the final weekend of the 2021 season, Mercer found themselves in a battle with Air Force and Bellarmine for that fourth and final spot in the SoCon Tournament. Ultimately, the Bears fell to Bellarmine 11-8 in Louisville, marking their second loss to the Knights of the season, and Air Force pulled off an upset, beating Richmond 11-6 to hand the Spiders their first loss of the season and win the battle for that fourth seed in the conference tournament.
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