NCAA First Round: Midfield Scoring Helps Princeton Past Boston U. in First NCAA Tournament Win Since 2009

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Sam English received the feed from Alexander Vardaro up top, threw a little hitch, got around the Terriers’ short-stick defender, and took it to the rack to get Princeton on the board first.

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Ranking All Eight First-Round NCAA Tournament Games

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The brackets are set and the 2022 Men’s College Lacrosse NCAA Tournament will get underway this weekend with the field of 16. The two play-in games will be had on Wednesday to decide who plays the No. 1 seed Maryland and No. 2 Georgetown in the first round.

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Patriot League Championship: Boston U. Takes Down Army to Capture First Conference Title

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Last Friday night, the Boston U. Terriers walked off Nickerson Field with defeat on their faces after dropping their first and only Patriot League contest of the season to Army West Point, falling victim to a 10-point outing from Brendan Nichtern.

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Saturday Recap: Brown Takes Down Yale to Highlight Day of Upsets

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For the second week in a row, the Brown Bears earned a Top-10 win. This time it came at home and against the No. 5 Yale Bulldogs, 20-13.

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Must Watch Teams as Midseason Approaches

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Conference play has either begun or is quickly approaching for the majority of teams across the college lacrosse landscape. And with what many label as the “second season” on the horizon, the identities of many teams have been laid out. Some have seen their identity develop and morph into what it has become from February through now and some have just simply been who we thought they were from the get-go. Others have surprised.

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Saturday Recap: Extra-Man Success, Jack Myers Helps Ohio State Past Notre Dame; Brown, Harvard, Cornell Earn Hard-Fought Victories

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After being held to one point a week ago in the Buckeyes’ lone loss on the season to Cornell, Jack Myers returned to form on Saturday. The attackman led the way with seven points off four goals and three assists.

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Weekend Rewind: The Ivy League Makes A Statement!

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Welcome back, Y’all! With week five in the books, it’s time to rewind the weekend that was in college lacrosse and, for the Ivy League especially, it was a good one.

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What to Watch During Week Five of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to Week Five of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

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