What to Watch in Rutgers vs Penn, Princeton vs Yale

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Eight teams enter the weekend and only four will come out on the other side and advance to Championship Weekend.

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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: Kilkeary’s 14 Saves, Ward’s Game-Winner Lead Delaware Past Georgetown in Upset

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On this first round weekend, the best was saved for last. The Delaware Blue Hens, after beating Robert Morris in their play-in game on Wednesday, went into Washington, D.C. and pulled off the upset of the tournament, beating the second-seededGeorgetown Hoyas 10-9.

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NCAA First Round: Eight-Goal Outing From Ross Scott Leads Rutgers in Route of Harvard

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The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are headed back to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the second consecutive season. They downed Harvard 19-9 on Sunday evening in a contest that pitted the veteran laden Rutgers squad against a the youthful Crimson of Harvard.

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NCAA First Round: Cornell Overcomes Slow Start, Rides Behind Kirst’s Seven Goals to Top Ohio State

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The Ohio State Buckeyes will not be playing in their home stadium next weekend in the NCAA Quarterfinals. It will be the Cornell Big Red who will be moving on top Columbus after defeating the Buckeyes 15-8 in Ithaca.

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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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NCAA First Round: Virginia Pulls Away From Brown, Advances to Quarterfinals For Third Consecutive Season

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For the third consecutive time, the Virginia Cavaliers are moving onto the NCAA Quarterfinals. The Cavaliers pulled away from the Brown Bears in a 17-10 victory on the road on Saturday night.

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NCAA First Round: Yale Edges Saint Joseph’s In Offensive Shootout

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The standard remains in New Haven. The Yale Bulldogs are headed back to the NCAA Quarterfinals for the third time in five years (three full Yale seasons) after defeating the Saint Joseph’s Hawks 18-16 in an offensive shootout.

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NCAA First Round: Ben Smith’s Late-Game Heroics Push Penn Past Richmond in Overtime

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The Penn Quakers will live to see another day as, in typical Penn fashion, they defeated the Richmond Spiders 11-10 in overtime to advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals.

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