CAA Semifinals: Delaware, Towson Put Together Stellar Offensive Performances En Route to Title Game Berths

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The Delaware Blue Hens were put in a similar situation as they were a year ago. The top seed in the CAA Tournament and on the road against the No. 4 seed. However, the Hens did not falter this time around. In fact, if anything, they excelled.

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What to Watch During Week 13 of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to week 13 of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

Believe it or not, the final week of the college lacrosse regular season has arrived and there is still much to be played for as seedings for conference tournaments will be fought for tooth and nail from Friday through Sunday.

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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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Tuesday Recap: Dartmouth’s Defense Stifles Vermont For Third Consecutive Win

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Daniel Hincks grabbed an off-the-mark bouncer from Brock Haley with 28 seconds remaining to earn his 20th save of the day and end any further Vermont effort in the final moments, effectively securing the 8-7 Dartmouth victory. The win marks the third consecutive for Brendan Callahan’s program.

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Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week Five

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Week five of the college lacrosse season is in the books, having seen an eye-opening showing from the Ivy League as they went 7-0 on Saturday (8-0 on the week total).

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Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week Four

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Week four of the college lacrosse season has come and gone, and with 30-plus games being played it was the most jammed-packed weekend of the season thus far.

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2022 Schedule Preview: Drexel Dragons

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The Drexel Dragons are the 10th DI program and second in the CAA to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Dragons are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 10-3 (6-2 CAA), won their conference tournament, and saw their season end in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with a 10-8 loss against Notre Dame.

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No Need For a Reset Year at Drexel

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The Drexel Dragons’ 2021 season ended in heartbreak in Denver in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. After putting together one of their best stands both offensively and defensively of the season, the Dragons came back from a 7-3 halftime deficit and tied things up at 8 with 12:50 remaining in regulation. However, after holding Notre Dame scoreless for nearly 30 minutes the Irish broke the ice with Wheaton Jackoboice and Morrison Mirer each scoring in the final 1:19 of the game to secure the 10-8 win and end the Dragons’ season.

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Top Freshmen From 2021: Attack

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The 2021 season was a season in which grad transfers and fifth-year players seemed to dominate the landscape. However, as usual, there were freshmen at every position that broke through and shined during their first season of college lacrosse.

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