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The Duke Blue Devils had, perhaps, their best performance of the season on Thursday night as they defeated the Virginia Cavaliers 13-12 in overtime.
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Do we have a new NO. 1? Most likely.
A week after taking down Syracuse in the Dome, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish welcomed the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils into South Bend and handed the visitors from Durham their first loss of the season, 13-8.
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After two consecutive losses, the Syracuse Orange found themselves back in the win column on Thursday night as they took down in-state foe UAlbany 13-8.
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Just a week after falling to Virginia by a lone goal in their ACC opener, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish shipped up to Syracuse and stunned the Orange in an 18-11 victory.
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Another Thursday night. Another ACC thriller.
In a No. 1 vs No. 2 battle between rivals Duke and North Carolina, the lacrosse world witnessed one of the best runnings of the Tobacco Road Rivalry of all-time and potentially a top-five game of the 2021 college lacrosse season.
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The UAlbany men’s lacrosse program and head coach Scott Marr announced the dismissal of star senior attackman Tehoka Nanticoke on Wednesday afternoon.
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Notre Dame welcomed the Virginia Cavaliers to South Bend on Saturday afternoon to open their ACC slate, and the Cavaliers earned a hard-fought 12-11 victory in a contest that certainly lived up to the hype.
For the second week in a row, Cavaliers’ fifth-year midfielder Dox Aitken put on a show and looked like his old self after not being as productive early in the season as he had been in years past. The midfielder ended the contest with four points (2G/2A), which included the first and last goal of the contest. Additionally, Payton Cormier put up five goals.
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Down one goal and up two men with less than 10 seconds left in regulation, Brendan Curry missed wide on a shot that could have forced overtime. The Orange were able to backup the ball and regain possession with 4.4 seconds left on the clock, and call a timeout. Coming out of the timeout, Owen Hiltz found Stephen Rehfuss on the crease for one last shot in the dying seconds of the game, but Mike Adler was there to make what can only be described as the save of the year for the Blue Devils thus far, and secure the 15-14 victory.
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A week after getting blown out against Maryland in the second half, the Rutgers Scarlet Knight bounced back and defeated the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays 15-9 on the road.
The Blue Jays’ offense, which saw Garrett Degnon and Connor DeSimone combine for five goals and eight points, should continual improvement in the first half. After seeing things tied at 2 to end the first, Johns Hopkins outpaced Rutgers 5-3 in the second quarter to pull ahead 7-5 heading into the half.
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Welcome to week seven of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!
Technically, week seven got underway with the biggest game in the Big East of the season between Denver and Georgetown going down on Tuesday. On Wednesday we saw Notre Dame took down Marquette and Fairfield beat crosstown rival Sacred Heart.
Here’s a look at some storylines coming into the weekend:
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