St. Anne’s Belfield (Va.) Attackman Peyton Booth Commits to Cornell

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Connor Buczek and the Cornell Big Red landed a commitment from St. Anne’s Belfield (Va.) attackman Peyton Booth on Sunday night. Booth gives the Big Red seven commitments in the 2024 class.

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Commitment Analysis: Breaking Down What Rowyn Nurry Brings to Cornell

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Last night, Cornell landed a commitment from Salesianum (Del.) attackman Rowyn Nurry. His announcement marked the first true 2024 commitment for Connor Buczek and the Cornell Big Red, which now has a class of three at this early point of the cycle.

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Breakout Players From 2022: Defense

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The 2022 college lacrosse season is in the books. And just like always, there were freshmen who stood out amongst the rest and shined during their first season of college lacrosse.

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Which Teams Underperformed and Who Exceeded Expectations In 2022?

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The 2022 college lacrosse season has come to a close. That means that it is time to look back at the season that was and look at the teams who both underperformed and who exceeded expectations this past spring.

Let’s Go!

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Maryland Caps Perfect Season With 9-7 National Championship Win Over Cornell

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The 2022 Maryland Terrapins did what many thought was unthinkable. They took down each and every opponent they faced and on Memorial Day stood above the rest with a perfect 18-0 record and as national champions.

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NCAA Semifinals: Cornell Tops Rutgers For First Trip to National Championship Game Since 2009

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For the first time since 2009, the Cornell Big Red have earned the right to play on Memorial Day.

On Saturday afternoon, the Big Red survived a three-hour lightning delay and stayed the course en route to a 17-10 victory over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to advance to the national title game.

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NCAA Quarterfinals: Cornell Outlast Delaware to Advance to Championship Weekend For The First Time Since 2013

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In 2013, Ben Deluca led the Cornell Big Red to Championship Weekend with a big three of Rob Pannell, Steve Mock, and Connor Buczek. Nine years later, Cornell is headed back to the final four after a Buczek coached Big Red squad defeated a DeLuca coached Delaware team 10-8 in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday afternoon.

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