John Crawley to Become Next Offensive Coordinator at Johns Hopkins

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Lehigh offensive coordinator John Crawley will be heading south from Bethlehem, Pa., and back to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, where he will serve in the same role.

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NCAA First Round: Midfield Scoring Helps Princeton Past Boston U. in First NCAA Tournament Win Since 2009

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Sam English received the feed from Alexander Vardaro up top, threw a little hitch, got around the Terriers’ short-stick defender, and took it to the rack to get Princeton on the board first.

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Ranking All Eight First-Round NCAA Tournament Games

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The brackets are set and the 2022 Men’s College Lacrosse NCAA Tournament will get underway this weekend with the field of 16. The two play-in games will be had on Wednesday to decide who plays the No. 1 seed Maryland and No. 2 Georgetown in the first round.

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Patriot League Championship: Boston U. Takes Down Army to Capture First Conference Title

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Last Friday night, the Boston U. Terriers walked off Nickerson Field with defeat on their faces after dropping their first and only Patriot League contest of the season to Army West Point, falling victim to a 10-point outing from Brendan Nichtern.

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Patriot League Quarterfinals: Lindsey Leads Loyola Past Bucknell, Lehigh Turns in Complete Performance Against Navy

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Davis Lindsey got separation down the left side alley and found Aidan Olmstead on the backside pipe. Just over a minute later, Lindsey took it from behind and hit Adam Poitras for a one-timer on the doorstep. Less than a minute after that score, he dodged down the left side once-more and found Dan Wigley on the backside.

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Friday Recap: Army Outlast Boston U., Loyola Tops Lehigh in OT

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With mere seconds left in regulation, Will Coletti handled the rock off the faceoff and pushed up field against a pressing Boston U. defense before scoring an empty-netter with 16 ticks remaining. The score ensured the the Army Black Knights would be the only Patriot League team to knock off Boston U. in the regular season, and would give the Black Knights the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament.

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What to Watch During Week 13 of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to week 13 of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

Believe it or not, the final week of the college lacrosse regular season has arrived and there is still much to be played for as seedings for conference tournaments will be fought for tooth and nail from Friday through Sunday.

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Saturday Recap: Navy Sings Second, Brown and Harvard Contribute to Continued Ivy League Madness

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Just under a minute into the overtime period, Jack Sweeney put home the game-winner off a feed from Max Hewitt to secure the overtime victory for the Navy Midshipmen. The score, which came on a man-up situation, was Sweeney’s first goal in two weeks and lone score of the day, but the most important as it ensured that the Midshipmen would sing second.

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