NCAA Semifinals: Virginia Holds off North Carolina to Advance to Second Straight Title Game

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NCAA Penalizes Johns Hopkins For Financial Aid Violations

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On Friday afternoon, the NCAA announced that Johns Hopkins’ men’s and women’s lacrosse programs would be penalized due to a violation of financial aid rules between the 2016-17 and 2019-20 academic years.

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NCAA Semifinals Preview: Duke vs Maryland

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The lacrosse world descends upon Hartford, Conn., this weekend for the greatest stage in the sport: Championship Weekend. On the DI side, only four teams remain standing and bye nightfall on Monday, only one will call themselves champions to end, perhaps, the toughest and most challenging lacrosse season ever.

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Grad Transfers: Richmond’s Jason Reynolds Headed to Notre Dame, Fant Decides on Saint Joseph’s

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Richmond defenseman Jason Reynolds is expected to join Notre Dame next season as a grad transfer, helping to bolster that signature Irish defense.

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Three Main Storylines to Follow Heading Into Championship Weekend

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The lacrosse world descends upon Hartford, Conn., this weekend for the greatest stage in the sport: Championship Weekend. On the DI side, only four teams remain standing and bye nightfall on Monday, only one will call themselves champions to end, perhaps, the toughest and most challenging lacrosse season ever.

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NCAA Quarterfinals: Duke, Maryland Punch Championship Weekend Tickets With OT Wins

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When his team needed him most, Joe Robertson showed up (again). The attackman put in the overtime game-winner while falling down to push the Duke Blue Devils past the Loyola Greyhounds 10-9 and send them back to Championship Weekend for the third consecutive season.

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NCAA Quarterfinals: Virginia Downs Georgetown, Connor McCarthy’s Game-Winner Pushes North Carolina Past Rutgers

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Less than two minutes after finding Ian Laviano for the first goal of the contest, Connor Shellenberger took it from behind and used an inside roll to put the Cavaliers up 2-1. The goal came directly after a huge Dox Aitken hit to shut down the Georgetown clear and would be the first of a career-high six for the redshirt freshman.

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Previewing The 2021 NCAA Quarterfinals

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Eight teams enter the weekend, but once the sun sets on Sunday night only four will be left standing. It’s time for the quarterfinals and a ticket to Hartford (Conn.) to be part of lacrosse’s greatest stage is on the line.

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NCAA First Round Sunday: Virginia and Loyola Win Hard Fought Battles

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In the best game of the first round, Sam Shafer stepped up and made perhaps the goal of the year to secure the 14-13 win for Loyola over Denver and advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Shafer’s game-saving save earned him a season-high 16 on the game.

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