Boasting a Championship-Caliber Roster Once Again, Can Duke Reach The Top?

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Since John Danowski arrived in Durham ahead of the 2007 season, the Blue Devils have done nothing but win. Duke has made 13 consecutive NCAA Tournaments during the Danowski era, which includes 12 trips to Championship Weekend and three national titles.

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Can North Carolina Return to Championship Weekend in 2022?

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Coming out of a timeout following a North Carolina caused turnover late in the contest, Chris Gray’s shot went wide, and with just :31 seconds left on the clock, it appeared the Tar Heels has just seen their last possession of the season. However, 10 seconds later William Perry picked the Virginia pass out of the sky to give the Tar Heels one more chance at forcing overtime and extending their season – just as they had done a week earlier against Rutgers to advance to Championship Weekend.

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Report: Dave Pietramala to Be Named Defensive Coordinator at Syracuse

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Former Johns Hopkins head coach and Blue Jay legend has verbally agreed to join Gary Gait’s staff at Syracuse as defensive coordinator, Inside Lacrosse reported on Monday afternoon.

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Report: John Desko Retiring, Gary Gait to Takeover Syracuse Men’s Program

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Former Syracuse great and current Orange women’s lacrosse head coach Gary Gait is set to move to the men’s side and take over as the head coach of his alma mater, per a report from Inside Lacrosse.

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Are We Witnessing The Birth of a Dynasty In Charlottesville?

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The Virginia Cavaliers walked off the field in Hartford, Conn., on Monday afternoon as champions for the second consecutive full season and seventh time in program history. And they did it against one of the best programs and coaches over the past decade in John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins, who had hopes of becoming the first team since 2006 to be crowned undefeated champs.

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Virginia Wins Thriller Against Maryland to Repeat as Champions

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The national title is staying in Charlottesville as Virginia Cavaliers took down the Maryland Terrapins 17-16 in an absolute thriller to become the first team to repeat as champions since Duke in 2013 and 2014.

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NCAA Semifinals: Maryland Dominates Duke to Advance to Championship Game

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For the sixth time under John Tillman, the Maryland Terrapins will be playing on Memorial Day after taking down Duke 14-5 in a battle between two of the sport’s most dominant programs of the past decade.

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