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Rutgers is for real, Y’all!
A week after taking down Penn State 11-9 in their season-opener, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights marched over to Columbus, Ohio, and trampled the Buckeyes 22-12.
Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Rutgers Blows Past Ohio State, Hofstra Owns Long Island”
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The third week of the 2021 NCAA season is officially in the books. This week was the first full weekend of action this season as we had a full day of games on Saturday and multiple games on Sunday. Additionally, the Big Ten got underway as did multiple Big East teams. So its no surprise where our Three Stars come from this week.
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Last Sunday, the Army West Point Black Knights fell to the Virginia Cavaliers on the road in their season-opener. They bounced back strong, coming into the Carrier Dome a week later and dominating the Syracuse Orange in an 18-11 victory.
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Despite missing multiple key players, including faceoff man Justin Inacio, the Ohio State Buckeyes went into Homewood Field on Saturday afternoon and absolutely took it to the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in Peter Milliman’s debut as head coach. Ohio State was bigger, stronger, and faster and they used that advantage in every way they could.
Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Ohio State Outathletes Johns Hopkins, Kirst Boys Lead Rutgers Past Penn State”
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Welcome to Week three of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!
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On Tuesday morning, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that a Marquette men’s lacrosse player had been dismissed after posting a Snapchat video emerged on Monday night of that player and another individual who is not associated with Marquette lacrosse using the N-Word in addition to multiple slurs against Arabs.
Continue reading “Marquette Incident a Reminder of The Work Still Needed to Be Done to Weed Out Racism in Lacrosse”
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Nothing was more of an impact on the college lacrosse offseason than the NCAA Transfer Portal.
While transfers have always been pretty regular in college lacrosse, the portal turned things up a notch. The NCAA’s Transfer Portal allows players to enter their name and test the waters without permission from their current program. The portal has made transferring much easier for the athlete and with the extra eligibility given to spring sport athletes last season, portal season was wilder than ever.
Continue reading “Top Transfer Performances From Week Two of The 2021 Season”
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11 months (340 days to be exact) after walking off the field in Queens, N.Y. in their last game of the season, Hofstra and St. John’s were back on the field against each other. But this time, it was in Hempstead to open the season and things would go very different than their contest last March, which saw Hofstra win 19-9.
Continue reading “Saturday Recap: St. John’s Edges Hofstra in Overtime Thriller, High Point Catches Fire”
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Welcome to Week two of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!
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While it has taken a bit longer for teams and conference to get their schedules together for the 2021 season due to the Coronavirus outbreak and various restrictions surrounding the virus, Schedule release schedule has finally begun!
Continue reading “2021 Schedule Preview: Georgetown Hoyas”