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With fall ball in the rearview mirror and the march towards preseason practice in front of us, let’s take a look back at all the coaching changes that took place over this past summer/fall.
Continue reading “A Look at Every DI Coaching Change in 2022”
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It’s August the the coaching carousel is starting to cool down with the return of players to campus getting closer.
Continue reading “Assistant Coach Roundup: Kelleher, Wolf Finalize Inaugural Staffs at UMass Lowell and NJIT, Hobart and Canisius Fill Vacancies”
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After four days of voting via social media, the semifinals for the Best Games of 2022 bracket is set in stone.
Continue reading “Best Games of 2022: Semifinals Set!”
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The college lacrosse offseason is among us. The coaching carousel and transfer portal will dominate the new cycle of the sport for the next few months at least until fall ball gets underway.
Continue reading “What Was The Best Game of 2022?”
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Week two of the college lacrosse season has come and gone, having started on Wednesday evening on the banks at Rutgers and ending in Charlottesville.
Continue reading “Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week Two”
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The Jacksonville Dolphins went into Durham and took home their biggest win in program history, beating the No. 2 Duke Blue Devils 14-12.
Continue reading “Sunday Recap: Jacksonville Upsets Duke, Virginia Escaped High Point”
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What many called the best mid-major game of the week coming into Saturday turned into one of the best games of the day as the Utah Utes beat the Vermont Catamounts 11-10. It is the first win for Andrew McMinn at Utah and the program’s first Top-20 win in program history.
Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Utah Tops Vermont, Villanova Edges Penn State, Maryland and Syracuse Earn Blowout Wins”
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Joe Breschi’s North Carolina Tar Heels may be a little greener than usual at multiple spots on the field, but they are still as talented as ever. The Tar Heels opened up the season with a 13-9 victory over the Richmond Spiders on Friday night.
Continue reading “Friday Recap: Second Half Run Lifts North Carolina Past Richmond, Epstein Leads John Hopkins Past Towson”
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The Rutgers Scarlet Knights move to 2-0 on the season after taking down the Marist Red Foxes 13-10 in what was an exciting, fast-paced Wednesday afternoon battle.
Continue reading “Rutgers Forestalls Marist in Wednesday Matchup”