Penn State is Still The Team to Beat in The Big Ten

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The Penn State Nittany Lions have been rising to prominence ever since Jeff Tambroni’s arrival ahead of the 2011 season. And in 2019 the Nittany Lions finally arrived. Putting together their best season in program history, Penn State churned out a 16-2 record and made their first-ever Championship Weekend appearance, where they lost, 17-21, against Yale.

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Ohio State Could Run Away With The Big Ten

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In 2017, the Ohio State Buckeyes reached what may view as the pinnacle of the sport when they made their first ever Championship Weekend appearance. And while the Buckeyes didn’t come out on top, losing to Maryland in the national title game, it certainly marked their arrival into the elite tier of college lacrosse that they had seemed to be sitting just outside of for so long.

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2021 Could Mark The Start of The Ascension of Michigan Lacrosse

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Since the program’s move from club to DI in 2012, Michigan lacrosse has been anything but special. The Wolverines have only had two winning seasons and won three conference games in the Big Ten. Michigan has been at the bottom when it comes to DI programs in the midwest, getting surpassed by newer programs such as Marquette and seemingly falling further behind established ones like Ohio State and Notre Dame. 

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Maryland is Built For Another Championship Weekend Run

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Y’all know the story by now.

John Tillman rode in town from Harvard ahead of the 2011 season to replace the legendary Dave Cottle, who resigned after a third straight NCAA Quarterfinal loss and and eighth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. Since Tillman’s arrival, the Terrapins have seemingly done nothing but win, continuing their tradition of success and rising to higher heights than Maryland lacrosse has been in a while.

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Under Peter Milliman, Johns Hopkins Could See a Fast(ish) Turnaround

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Being the guy after “The Guy” is one of the toughest situations to be in as a head coach in any sport. But what’s even tougher is being the guy after “The Guy” and being tasked with bringing that program back to the level of its glory days.

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Maryland Adds Lone Star State Attackman in 2022 Class

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John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins picked up a 2022 commitment out of the Lone Star State on Tuesday, as Westlake, Texas, attackman Ethan Burke announced that he would be taking his talents to College Park.

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Best Season For Every Big Ten Program

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College lacrosse has a rich history, filled with endless stories and legends. 

And while the game is still growing at the college level and some programs have been around way longer than others, there is a certain amount of history at every program that can be heralded.  Continue reading “Best Season For Every Big Ten Program”

Coronavirus’ Impact on Lacrosse

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Amid the coronavirus outbreak, college and professional sports have been impacted by season cancellations and suspensions and fan limitations. This page will be regularly updated as information around the impact of this virus on lacrosse at the college and pro level is announced.  Continue reading “Coronavirus’ Impact on Lacrosse”

Midweek Notebook: Ohio State Dominates Detroit Mercy in Season Opener

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The Ohio State Buckeyes opened up their 2020 campaign with a very convincing, 23-9, win over Detroit Mercy inside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Tuesday night.  Continue reading “Midweek Notebook: Ohio State Dominates Detroit Mercy in Season Opener”