Sean Lulley Transferring to Duke For Final Season

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John Danowski and the Duke Blue Devils have landed the services of Penn grad transfer Sean Lulley.

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Which Teams Saw The Most Production From True Freshmen in 2021?

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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 teams that relied heavily on freshmen for production on both ends of the field.

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Top Freshmen From 2021: Specialist

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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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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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NCAA Semifinals: Maryland Dominates Duke to Advance to Championship Game

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For the sixth time under John Tillman, the Maryland Terrapins will be playing on Memorial Day after taking down Duke 14-5 in a battle between two of the sport’s most dominant programs of the past decade.

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Previewing The 2021 NCAA Quarterfinals

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Eight teams enter the weekend, but once the sun sets on Sunday night only four will be left standing. It’s time for the quarterfinals and a ticket to Hartford (Conn.) to be part of lacrosse’s greatest stage is on the line.

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Fourth-Quarter Comeback Helps Push Duke Past Notre Dame in Overtime

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Just 12 days after suffering their first loss of the season at the hands of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, the Duke Blue Devils got payback on their home field, securing the 13-12 win in overtime. It’s the third consecutive Thursday night overtime win for the Blue Devils this season.

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Joe Robertson Calls Game, Pushes Duke Past Rival North Carolina in Overtime Thriller

Another Thursday night. Another ACC thriller.

In a No. 1 vs No. 2 battle between rivals Duke and North Carolina, the lacrosse world witnessed one of the best runnings of the Tobacco Road Rivalry of all-time and potentially a top-five game of the 2021 college lacrosse season.

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Duke Holds Off Syracuse in ACC Opener

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Down one goal and up two men with less than 10 seconds left in regulation, Brendan Curry missed wide on a shot that could have forced overtime. The Orange were able to backup the ball and regain possession with 4.4 seconds left on the clock, and call a timeout. Coming out of the timeout, Owen Hiltz found Stephen Rehfuss on the crease for one last shot in the dying seconds of the game, but Mike Adler was there to make what can only be described as the save of the year for the Blue Devils thus far, and secure the 15-14 victory.

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