Towson Upsets Hofstra in Tuesday Maintee

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Just three days after earning their first CAA win of the season over Fairfield, the Towson Tigers welcomed the Hofstra Pride, who they had fallen to, 8-7, nearly two weeks prior and was coming off a huge win over UMass, to Johnny Unitas Stadium for a Tuesday afternoon conference clash. The contest kicked off a four-game season-ending stretch for Towson against the top four teams in the CAA.

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Saturday Recap: Notre Dame Downs Duke, Virginia Tops North Carolina

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Do we have a new NO. 1? Most likely.

A week after taking down Syracuse in the Dome, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish welcomed the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils into South Bend and handed the visitors from Durham their first loss of the season, 13-8.

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Friday Recap: Hofstra Tops UMass in Second Meeting of The Season

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In a chaotic game with a chaotic ending, the Hofstra Pride walked away with a huge 12-10 road win over CAA rival UMass. The win comes just 10 days after the Minutemen bested the Pride in Hempstead in a midweek contest.

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UMass Tops Hofstra in CAA Maintee

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The UMass Minutemen started strong and finished strong, as they took down Hofstra 16-10 on the road on Tuesday afternoon in one of the most high-profile CAA games of the season. The win for UMass comes just one week after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of non-conference rival UAlbany.

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Friday Recap: Manhattan Tops Monmouth in Double Overtime For Third Straight Win

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In a rematch of their season opener, in which they lost 8-5 and didn’t count as a conference game, the Manhattan Jaspers took down the Monmouth Hawks 9-8 in double overtime to move to the top of the MAAC standings with a 3-0 conference record. The Jaspers’ win also snaps a six-game losing streak against the Hawks and hands them their first loss of the season.

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Danes Ward Off UMass, Earn Biggest Win of The Season

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Despite missing three players, including leading scorer Tehoka Nanticoke and starting defenseman Elijah Gash, due to a conference-imposed, one-game suspension following an altercation during their contest against Binghamton on Saturday, UAlbany took down UMass, 13-12, on Tuesday afternoon to earn their biggest win of the season and hand the Minutemen their first loss.

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Saturday Recap: Rutgers and Michigan Earn Bounce-Back Wins, Virginia Holds off Robert Morris

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A week after getting blown out against Maryland in the second half, the Rutgers Scarlet Knight bounced back and defeated the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays 15-9 on the road.

The Blue Jays’ offense, which saw Garrett Degnon and Connor DeSimone combine for five goals and eight points, should continual improvement in the first half. After seeing things tied at 2 to end the first, Johns Hopkins outpaced Rutgers 5-3 in the second quarter to pull ahead 7-5 heading into the half.

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Midweek Notebook: Notre Dame Blast Marquette

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On Wednesday evening, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish took down the Marquette Golden Eagles 10-3 in a matchup between the two Midwest Catholic schools. Pretty fitting for St. Patrick’s day, right?

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Sunday Recap: UMass Returns, Ohio State Takes Down Michigan

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After having the first four games of their season postponed, the UMass Minutemen took the field for the first time in 369 days on Sunday afternoon against the Fairfield Stags, winning 13-9 in a CAA contest.

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