Holy Cross Names JL Reppert as Head Coach

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Holy Cross has hired Maryland offensive coordinator JL Reppert to be their new head coach. Chris Jastrzembski and Inside Lacrosse were the first to report the news.

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Peter Burke Out at Holy Cross

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Holy Cross Director of Athletics Marcus Blossom has announced a change in the leadership of the men’s lacrosse program, effective immediately. Assistant coach Shayne Lynch will serve as the Crusaders’ interim head coach until a replacement has been selected, the university announced in a press release on Friday.

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Where Each Service Academy Sits With The 2022 Class

September 1st, as it has since the fall of 2017, marked the opening of the contact period between college coaches and junior recruits with the exception of three schools: Air Force, Army, and Navy. The service academies recruit on a timeline that is a little different than the rest, as they can start contacting rising junior recruits on July 1st.

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Could The Patriot League’s Basketball Schedule Hint at What Some Lacrosse Schedules Might Look Like in 2021?

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Ever since the SEC and the ACC decided to go straight conference-only or only allow one non-conference game with heavy restrictions attached for college football this fall, there has been much discussion about what scheduling could look like for college lacrosse this spring.

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Recruiting Notebook: Loyola, Penn, Johns Hopkins Hit October Hot Streaks

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It has officially been two months since the September 1st date, which was the first date that college coaches (outside of the service academies who could start contacting 2022 recruits on July 1st) could contact 2022 recruits.

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Navy’s Rebuild Under Joe Amplo Couldn’t Be More on Schedule

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Y’all know the story by now.

Navy has one of the most storied lacrosse programs in the history of the game. The Midshipmen have 17 pre-NCAA national titles to their name and have been to the NCAA national championship twice (1975,2004). They have also appeared in 27 of the 48 NCAA tournaments and have five conference titles on their resume.

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In 2021, Loyola Looks to Remain The Class of The Patriot League

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2020 marked the beginning of the post Pat Spencer era for Loyola. And many were asking how this program would look and move forward, particularly on the offensive end. Well, in the eyes of many, the Greyhounds were still one of the best teams in the Patriot League but they did take one too many steps back then originally expected. However, that one too many steps back was only seen on one end of the field: offense.

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Virginia Faceoff Man Commits to Lehigh

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Kevin Cassese and the Lehigh Mountain Hawks landed a commitment in the 2022 class on Tuesday, as Paul VI Catholic, Va., faceoff man Johnny Kidd announced that he would be taking his talents to Betlehem. He announced his commitment via Instagram.

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