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The Virginia Cavaliers are the 61st DI program and second from the ACC to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Cavaliers are coming off a 2021 season in which they went 14-4 (2-4 ACC) and won the national title for a second consecutive time.
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The Saint Joseph’s Hawks are the 60th DI program and eighth from the NEC to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Hawks are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 9-4 overall (8-0 NEC). They fell to Bryant in the NEC title game.
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Nestled up in Burlington, 45 miles south of the Canadian border, Vermont is the northernmost DI program in college lacrosse. And featuring players from 17 different states, three Canadian provinces, as well as one from Europe, they cast one of the widest nets on the recruiting trail.
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Since the advent of the modern-day Big East, there have primarily been two teams who have dominated on the lacrosse field: Denver and Georgetown. The Pioneers won the conference title in 2014 as well as in 2015 when they won the national title. In recent years, the Hoyas have become the team to beat as they have won the past three conference titles (2018, 2019, 2021) and will be the favorite coming into 2022. You can practically pencil in a Denver-Georgetown Big East title game meeting at this point.
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After a one-year stint in 2014, the Atlantic Sun Conference (ASUN) has re-entered the men’s college lacrosse ether. Air Force and Bellarmine jumped over from the SoCon while Detroit Mercy came over from the MAAC. Cleveland State, Robert Morris, and Utah all come to the conference after spending various amounts of time as independents.
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Danville, Ky. is known across the Bluegrass as “The City of Firsts.” It served as the first capital city of Kentucky and was the site of the writing and signing of the first Kentucky constitution, housed the first courthouse in the state, and was even the first city west of the Allegheny Mountains to have a U.S. Post Office.
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Since UAlbany’s trip to Championship Weekend in 2018, the America East has become more wide open and thus more competitive from top to bottom. UMBC won the conference as the No. 4 seed in 2019 and Vermont won the conference in 2021 to make their first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament. With so much talent returning for both of those aforementioned squads, as well as UAlbany and Stony Brook, it should be a tightly-contested race at the top once again in 2022.
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In 2021, Michigan churned out a 3-9 record. And while in many instances winning just three games would be seen as a failure, for Michigan those three wins signified growth – especially considering that they were faced with a challenging Big Ten only schedule as well as the restrictions and protocols that came with COVID.
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The Hampton Pirates are the 60th DI program and sixth from the SoCon to announce their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Pirates did not play last season and are coming into their first season under head coach Chazz Woodson and in the SoCon.
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The Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers are the 59th DI program and seventh from the NEC to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Mountaineers are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 4-9 overall (2-5 NEC).
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