Can Rutgers’ Defense Continue to Trend Upwards in 2022?

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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have had, perhaps, the best summer of any college lacrosse program to date, bringing in six transfers to pad the Scarlet Knights’ roster in 2022.

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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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NCAA Penalizes Johns Hopkins For Financial Aid Violations

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On Friday afternoon, the NCAA announced that Johns Hopkins’ men’s and women’s lacrosse programs would be penalized due to a violation of financial aid rules between the 2016-17 and 2019-20 academic years.

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Caton Johnson Transferring to Ohio State

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Former North Carolina goalie Caton Johnson will be transferring to Ohio State next season. The junior put his name in the transfer portal in February and subsequently left the Tar Heels’ roster.

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Maryland Avoids Upset, Tops Johns Hopkins to Claim Big Ten Title

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The Maryland Terrapins took down arch-rival Johns Hopkins 12-10 in a comeback victory to take the Big Ten crown and stay undefeated on Saturday night. The win also marks the Terrapins third victory over the Blue Jays this season.

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Sunday Recap: North Carolina Tops Notre Dame, Rutgers Survives Michigan

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The Fighting Irish’s trip to Tobacco Road ends in disappointment, as they drop their second game in four games. This time coming against the North Carolina Tar Heels.

A first quarter highlighted by the play in cage from Carolina’s Collin Krieg and Notre Dame’s Liam Entenemann, who each ended the day with 13 saves, ended with the Tar Heels ahead 2-1 after two late goals from William Perry and Nicky Solomon.

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Sunday Recap: Maryland, Lehigh Take Top Spots in Big Ten and Patriot League

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The Maryland Terrapins have locked up the top spot in the Big Ten Tournament after taking down Ohio State 18-8 to take the Big Ten regular season title.

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Friday Recap: Mac O’Keefe Sets Record, Calls Game in Penn State’s OT Win Over Michigan

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Ding!

That was the sweet, sweet sound that came when Penn State fifth-year attackman Mac O’Keefe broke the NCAA career goals record of 212, which was previously held by Duke’s Justin Guterding, with his second goal of the contest.

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