2022 Schedule Preview: Cornell Big Red

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The Cornell Big Red are the 48th DI team and fifth from the Ivy League to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Big Red did not play last season. This spring will mark the first season for the Big Red under head coach Connor Buczek.

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Don’t Sleep on Brown in 2022

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The Brown Bears haven’t played much lacrosse as of late. They put up a 3-2 record, which included an upset win over Virginia, during the shortened 2020 season. The Ivy League cancelled the 2021 season, but Brown was one of the lucky Ivies as they were able to get a game in, beating Boston U. 12-5 on a Friday night in late April.

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2022 Schedule Preview: Dartmouth Big Green

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The Dartmouth Big Green are the 17th DI program and second in the Ivy League to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Big Green only played two contests last season, losing to Tufts (DIII), 15-9, before beating St. Anselm (DIII) 20-6 in a season-ending scrimmage.

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2022 Schedule Preview: Princeton Tigers

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The Princeton Tigers are the fourth DI program to release their 2022 schedule and first in the Ivy League, doing so on Monday morning. The Tigers did not play a season last year, but had a successful shortened 2020 campaign where they went 5-0 and ended the year ranked No. 3 in the nation.

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After a Year Without a Season, The Future is Still Bright at Princeton

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March 7th, 2020. That is the last time the Princeton Tigers took the field, beating in-state rival Rutgers, 16-11, to claim the Meistrell Cup and end that shortened season with a 5-0 record and a No. 3 ranking. That shortened 2020 season, which saw Michael Sowers highlight this Princeton team, was looking like it could’ve been the best season for the Tigers since Bill Tierney’s departure. However, what could have been will never be known.

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Penn Still Has Plenty of Upside Heading into 2022

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In 2019, the Penn Quakers broke through as they won the Ivy League, and made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014, giving Mike Murphy his third trip to the big dance as the head coach of the Quakers.

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What Should Be Expected From Harvard in 2022?

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During the first year of the Gerry Byrne era, Harvard churned out a 2-2 record before things were shut down. That record included a season-opening win over a top-20 UMass squad and saw the Crimson suffer both of their losses by just one goal. Additionally, Harvard ended the shortened season averaging 11.75 goals per game (42nd in DI), and allowing an average of 11.25 goals per game (37th in DI). Both of those numbers were an improvement from where they were at that same time in 2019.

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