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After putting Cornell back on track, which included leading them to an NCAA Quarterfinals appearance in 2018, Peter Milliman was handed the keys to the ship at Johns Hopkins and tasked with doing much of the same. But his first year at Homewood would be one of the most unusual in college lacrosse history.
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Just over a minute after watching North Carolina attackman Chris Gray ride all the way back and force a Rutgers turnover, the Scarlet Knights saw their historic season come to an end as Connor McCarthy put one past Colin Kirst to send the Tar Heels to Championship Weekend.
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The 2021 season wasn’t kind to the Penn State Nittany Lions.
Just two years removed from their first-ever Championship Weekend appearance, Penn State churned out a 4-7 record this spring, marking their worst season under John Tambroni and worst since going 2-11 back in 2010.
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After two consecutive seasons in 2018 and 2019 in which the Buckeyes shot themselves in the foot somewhere along the way, Ohio State had a solid showing during the shortened 2020 season, going 5-2. And after that strong start, and all the talent up and down the roster, 2021 looked like it could be the first year that Ohio State put all the pieces together since their NCAA Championship game run in 2017.
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The Maryland Terrapins came within one win of completing a perfect season, falling in the national title game against Virginia, and will almost certainly be the favorite to win the Big Ten and a Final Four pick for most people heading into next season. But that’s just business as usual in College Park under.
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Nick Myers and the Ohio State Buckeyes kicked off the weekend with a bang, landing a commitment from St. John’s goalie Caleb Fyock on Friday night. The junior is the second commitment in the 2023 class for the Buckeyes, joining Western Reserve Academy (Ohio) D/LSM Aiden Bodonyi, who was the first post-September 1st commitment in the class.
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Andrew Simmel came to Marquette as one of the most sought-after assistant coaches in the nation. After all, he had just helped lead Yale to a national title in 2018 and an NCAA title game appearance in 2019 as the Elis’ offensive coordinator.
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The Penn State Nittany Lions are set to hire Mike Murphy as their next defensive coordinator, according to a report from Chris Jastrzembski.
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Former Hobart faceoff man Drew Blanchard confirmed to Lacrosse Bucket on Wednesday afternoon that he will be heading to Ohio State as a grad transfer with two years of eligibility left.
Blanchard joins attackman Jason Knox as one of two former Statesmen who have decided to finish their college lacrosse career’s with the Buckeyes. News of Knox’s transfer to Ohio State came out yesterday.
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Penn State Nittany Lions have landed the services of Richmond grad transfer midfielder Tate Gallagher. The Nittany Lions announced the news on social media on Friday afternoon.
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