Which Teams Have The Most Bounce Back Potential in 2021?

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While the 2020 season was cut short due to the Coronavirus outbreak and we didn’t get to see the full potential of a number of teams, there were some that were some that really struggled in the games that they did get in last season. But just because a team struggled in 2020 doesn’t mean that they will do the same in 2021 – especially considering that we will get to see a season finish in full.

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How Does Towson Rebound From a Woeful 2020 Season?

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Before the 2020 season was cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Towson Tigers went 0-6. And while their loss against Mount St. Mary’s only came by one goal, their other five losses all came by, at least, five goals and were blowouts by the time the final horn sounded.

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UMass Looks to Be The Cream of The Crop in a Competitive CAA

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In 2021, the CAA could very well end up being the most highly competitive, unpredictable, and exciting conference amongst the mid-majors. And the NCAA’s ruling to let seniors take an extra year has been a major factor in that regard.

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Hofstra Has a Window of Opportunity

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The Hofstra Pride haven’t churned out a full winning season since 2017, and it’s been almost a decade since they made their last NCAA Tournament appearance. Since that 2017 season, where they lost to UMass in the CAA semifinals, they have gone 6-8, 5-9, and held a 4-3 record at the time the 2020 season was cancelled.

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In Year Two of The Baxter Era, Offense Looks to Carry The Stags

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The Fairfield Stags have made two NCAA tournament appearances in program history, 2002 and 2005. Both seasons saw them churn out winning seasons, be ranked in the top 20, and make appearances in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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Could Drexel Put Together Their Best Season Ever in 2021?

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When Brian Voelker, a 2015 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee, took over reigns as the head coach of the Dragons prior to the 2010 season, they were coming off of a 7-8 2009 season, where the Dragos reached the CAA tournament semifinals. That trip to the CAA semis marked their third consecutive trip to the CAA tournament and fourth trip overall since 2001, which was the first season of CAA lacrosse.

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Delaware Could Be The Surest Thing in The CAA

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Replacing a legend is never easy and never will be. But in his three seasons since replacing Bob Shillinglaw in Newark, Ben DeLuca has shown thus far that he is the man for the job and that he might even be able to bring Delaware lacrosse back to the promised land.

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Best Season For Every CAA 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 CAA Program”

2020 Schedule Preview: UMass Minutemen

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The UMass Minutemen are the 52nd DI program to announce their 2020 men’s lacrosse schedule. UMass comes into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign where they went 10-5 overall, 4-1 in the CAA, and lost to Drexel in the semifinals of the CAA tournament.  Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: UMass Minutemen”

2020 Schedule Preview: Towson Tigers

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The Towson Tigers are the 37th DI team to release their 2020 schedule. The Tigers come into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign that saw them go 11-5 overall, 4-1 in the CAA. Towson beat Drexel in the CAA championship and lost to Maryland in overtime in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Towson Tigers”