Villanova is The Big East’s Dark Horse, Again

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Since Mike Corrado took over his alma mater ahead of the 2007 season, the Villanova Wildcats have been a consistent contender in their conference, finishing in the top three almost every single season. They have also made three NCAA Tournament appearances (2009, 2011, 2018), won their conference once (2009), and since joining the Big East have made two title game appearances (2013, 2014).

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Ivy League Postpones Spring Sports Until March

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The Ivy League will be cancelling winter sports and postponing spring sports until at least March, per multiple reports. The league reportedly notified coaches on a Zoom call on Thursday night following a meeting with the university presidents earlier in the day.

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Vermont is Still The Defensive Capital of The North

Appearing in three of the past four America East title games (2016, 2018, 2019), the Vermont Catamounts have been one of the stronger mid-majors in college lacrosse, and certainly one of the strongest teams within their conference, in recent years.

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National Signing Day: Who From The South Signed Their NLI’s?

(Ohio State signee Bobby Van Buren. Photo: 24/7 Lacrosse)

Wednesday, November 11th marked National Signing Day for the class of 2021. And while not everyone in the 2021 class who will play college lacrosse signed today (The signing period is from Nov 11-Aug 1) or will even sign an NLI with the school they will be at next fall, there were a ton of guys who did seal the deal and put pen to paper on Wednesday.

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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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Youthfulness Leading Utah into Third Season

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The Utah Utes officially became the westernmost DI men’s lacrosse program when they took the field for the first time on February 1st of 2019. During that first season they went 5-10, which included wins over Mercer, Air Force, Furman, Bellarmine, and Detroit Mercy. They also had some close losses, being defeated by Fairfield and Mount St. Mary’s by just one goal. 

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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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