NCAA Semifinals: Logan McNaney’s Career Day Helps Lead Maryland Past Princeton and to National Title Game

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With 1:59 remaining in the second quarter, Maryland’s John Geppert was handed a three-minute non-releasable penalty following a hit on Princeton defensive midfielder Beau Pederson. During the man-up stretch, which would carry over into the early stages of the third quarter, Chris Brown got a feed on the crease from Sam English and put past Logan McManey to cut the Maryland lead to 7-4 at the break.

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NCAA Semifinals: Cornell Tops Rutgers For First Trip to National Championship Game Since 2009

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For the first time since 2009, the Cornell Big Red have earned the right to play on Memorial Day.

On Saturday afternoon, the Big Red survived a three-hour lightning delay and stayed the course en route to a 17-10 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to advance to the national title game.

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Grad Transfers: Georgetown’s Dylan Watson Headed to Jacksonville For Extra Season

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Georgetown attackman Dylan Watson will be spending his fifth and final season of eligibility in the Sunshine State with the Jacksonville Dolphins.

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John Crawley to Become Next Offensive Coordinator at Johns Hopkins

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Lehigh offensive coordinator John Crawley will be heading south from Bethlehem, Pa., and back to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, where he will serve in the same role.

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NCAA Quarterfinals: Maryland Rolls Past Virginia, Returns to Championship Weekend

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For the ninth time in 12 seasons, the John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins are headed to Championship Weekend. The Terrapins continued their perfect season with a 18-9 win over the Virginia Cavaliers on Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.

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NCAA Quarterfinals: Cornell Outlast Delaware to Advance to Championship Weekend For The First Time Since 2013

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In 2013, Ben Deluca led the Cornell Big Red to Championship Weekend with a big three of Rob Pannell, Steve Mock, and Connor Buczek. Nine years later, Cornell is headed back to the final four after a Buczek coached Big Red squad defeated a DeLuca coached Delaware team 10-8 in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday afternoon.

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Georgetown’s Future Continues to Shine Bright With Early Offseason Wins

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The Georgetown Hoyas’ 2022 season came to a close on Sunday night as the Delaware Blue Hens upset second-seeded Hoyas on their home turf in the most shocking result from the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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