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The college lacrosse season is just a few weeks away, and as always there will be players that seemingly come out of nowhere, in many respects, and surprise within their respective conference or on the national level.
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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are the 73rd DI program and fifth from the ACC to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Irish are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 8-4 overall (3-3 ACC) and ended their season in the NCAA Quarterfinals against Maryland.
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The Holy Cross Crusaders are the 71st DI program and the ninth from the Patriot League to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Crusaders are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 2-4 (1-3 Patriot League) and saw their season cut short. It was year one of the J.L. Reppert era.
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The SoCon lacrosse enters a new era in 2022 as the conference will not have Air Force and Bellarmine as members for the first time since the conference added the sport. Additionally, Hampton has joined the conference. This shake-up will change the landscape of this conference a bit for sure, but overall we should still see the big three of Richmond, Jacksonville, and High Point sit above the rest.
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The Providence Friars are the 70th DI program and sixth from the Big East to announce their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Friars are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 4-9 (3-7 Big East).
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Last season was a unique one for the Patriot League. Not only did the league opt for an alternate schedule that split the conference into two divisions, but they then went back and forth on what the postseason would look like. Lastly, the conference tournament was shortened due to Loyola having a positive COVID test so Lehigh got to claim the title.
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The NEC has been an ever-changing conference in recent years. The addition of LIU and Merrimack have added new blood to the conference and the exit of Robert Morris following the 2020 season left a space where one of the best teams as of recent used to sit. The NEC has been a very interesting league to follow over the last few years and don’t expect that to change in 2022, especially amongst the top-tier teams in the conference.
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The Yale Bulldogs are the 69th DI program and seventh in the Ivy League to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Bulldogs did not play last season.
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The Maryland Terrapins are the 68th DI program and sixth from the Big East to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Terrapins are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 15-1 (10-0), won the Big Ten and saw their season end in the national title game against Virginia.
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The MAAC might’ve gone down as the weirdest conference last season. Playing a conference-only schedule, there were many problems that certain teams ran into. First of all, Marist barley got to play and secondly, Quinnipiac had their season shut down with a week left in the regular-season. But beyond on all those issues, it was a fun league to follow a year ago as every team just continued to beat each other up week in and week out.
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