Under Andrew McMinn, Utah Lacrosse Looks to Reach New Heights

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During the first three seasons of its existence, Utah went a combined 20-12 as a DI independent under the leadership of Brian Holman. That includes a 2021 campaign in which the Utes churned out a 4-7 record, which featured a one-goal loss to a top-10 Denver team to start the season.

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A New Era Begins at Robert Morris

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The 2022 season will be the beginning of a new era at Robert Morris in more ways than one. For starters, the Colonials will be part of the Atlantic Sun (ASUN) adding men’s lacrosse alongside Air Force, Bellarmine, Cleveland State, Detroit Mercy, and Utah. The move comes following their exit from the NEC during the summer of 2020, which led to the Colonials playing as an independent last season.

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Bellarmine Barely Missed Out on Their Second-Ever Postseason Appearance in 2021. Can They Get it Done in 2022?

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Coming into the final weekend of the 2021 season, Bellarmine was in a dog fight with Air Force and Mercer for the fourth and final spot in the SoCon tournament. The Knights welcomed Mercer to Louisville to end the regular season facing the same team they opened against while Air Force hit the road to face the Richmond Spiders, who had already claimed the top seed. All Bellarmine needed to do was beat Mercer by three and have Richmond beat Air Force to win the three-way tie that would come about between the Knights, Bears, and Falcons.

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