Mike Robinson’s Nine Goals Lead Delaware Past Saint Joseph’s

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When the Blue Hens marched onto Delaware Stadium Tuesday night to defend their home turf against a visiting Saint Joseph’s squad, all the talk surrounded the return of Blue Hens stars Charlie Kitchen and Owen Grant after missing the first two contests of the season. But once that opening whistle blew, it didn’t take long before it was clear which player’s name would soon fill the mouths of lacrosse fans everywhere.

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Black Lacrosse Stories: Bill Daye

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*This article is part of a month-long series, Black Lacrosse Stories, that highlights Black players and coaches who have made an impact on our game, but maybe lesser known to many younger players today.*

Bill Daye can only be described as one of the most influential Black players and coaches in the game of lacrosse. US Lacrosse and Blaxers Blog named him as such earlier this month. Not only did Daye find success as both a player and coach, but he also broke barriers and paved the road for others that would come behind him.

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Top Transfer Performances From Week Three of The 2021 Season

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Nothing was more of an impact on the college lacrosse offseason than the NCAA Transfer Portal. 

While transfers have always been pretty regular in college lacrosse, the portal turned things up a notch. The NCAA’s Transfer Portal allows players to enter their name and test the waters without permission from their current program. The portal has made transferring much easier for the athlete and with the extra eligibility given to spring sport athletes last season, portal season was wilder than ever.

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NCAA Three Stars: Week Three

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The third week of the 2021 NCAA season is officially in the books. This week was the first full weekend of action this season as we had a full day of games on Saturday and multiple games on Sunday. Additionally, the Big Ten got underway as did multiple Big East teams. So its no surprise where our Three Stars come from this week.

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Sunday Recap: Army Upends Syracuse

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Last Sunday, the Army West Point Black Knights fell to the Virginia Cavaliers on the road in their season-opener. They bounced back strong, coming into the Carrier Dome a week later and dominating the Syracuse Orange in an 18-11 victory.

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Saturday Recap: Ohio State Outathletes Johns Hopkins, Kirst Boys Lead Rutgers Past Penn State

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Despite missing multiple key players, including faceoff man Justin Inacio, the Ohio State Buckeyes went into Homewood Field on Saturday afternoon and absolutely took it to the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in Peter Milliman’s debut as head coach. Ohio State was bigger, stronger, and faster and they used that advantage in every way they could.

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Balanced Offense, Faceoff Success Leads Mount St. Mary’s Past Delaware in Season-Opener

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In what was the season-opener for both teams following each of their games getting cancelled on Saturday, the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers took down the Delaware Blue Hens 10-7.

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