At UMass Lowell, Drew Kelleher Gets Another Opportunity to Build

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Last week, UMass Lowell announced the hiring of Drew Kelleher as the program’s next head men’s lacrosse coach. He is the second head coach in River Hawk men’s lacrosse history.

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Assistant Coach Roundup: Navy, Penn State, Holy Cross Make Moves

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The summer is heating up and so is the coaching carousel.

While only one head coaching position remains open (NJIT), the dominos are just beginning to fall on the assistant coaching front.

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College Lacrosse’s Top 10 Defenses of 2022

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In the shot clock era, offenses rules. But it is still defense that wins championships.

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Breakout Players From 2022: Defense

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The 2022 college lacrosse season is in the books. And just like always, there were freshmen who stood out amongst the rest and shined during their first season of college lacrosse.

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Grad Transfers: Teddy Dolan Decides on Maryland

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Binghamton goalie Teddy Dolan will be heading to College Park to play for John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins as a grad transfer next season. He confirmed his decision to Lacrosse Bucket on Monday night.

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NCAA First Round: Maryland Keeps Rolling, Tops Vermont 21-5

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Anthony DeMaio moved the ball up to Jonathan Donville right in front of the “B1G” logo. Donville took a few steps, threw a little split dodge to run past the Vermont short-stick defenseman, and stung one past Ryan Cornell.

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