2021 DI NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Bracketology 2.0

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As of today (April 20th), we are 19 days away from Selection Sunday and have just two weeks left in the regular season. But while we are in the home stretch, there is still much to be determined in the last few weeks and we will certainly see some more shake-ups, as far as bracketology is concerned, just as we did this past weekend.

So, without further ado, here is the second installment of the Lacrosse Bucket bracketology series for the season.

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Top Transfer Performances From Week Eleven of The 2021 Season

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Nothing was more of an impact on the college lacrosse offseason than the NCAA Transfer Portal. 

While transfers have always been pretty regular in college lacrosse, the portal turned things up a notch. The NCAA’s Transfer Portal allows players to enter their name and test the waters without permission from their current program. The portal has made transferring much easier for the athlete and with the extra eligibility given to spring sport athletes last season, portal season was wilder than ever.

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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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Saturday Recap: Georgetown Gets Revenge Win Against Denver

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One month and a day after falling to the Denver Pioneers 13-7 in Denver, the Georgetown Hoyas got revenge on their Big East foes, taking down the Pioneers 11-10 in overtime in D.C. to earn their biggest win of the season.

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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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Midweek Notebook: Mount St. Mary’s Earns First NEC Win, Marquette Tops St. John’s in OT

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The Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers earned their first NEC win of the season on Wednesday afternoon, topping Sacred Heart 14-12.

Dylan Furnback had a career-high 21-save performance, which included two in the final minute of the contest to keep the Pioneers’ offense at bay and halt any full comeback. The senior made 13 of his 21 saves in the first half where the Mountaineers held Sacred Heart to just five goals and a scoreless first quarter.

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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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