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No team has seen quite the level of play in between the pipes as the Penn Quakers have over the past half-decade. From Reed Junkin’s freshman season in 2016 to Patrick Burkinshaw, who is heading into his junior year (second season at Penn) in 2021, the Quakers have had the pleasure of housing two of the most elite goalies in college lacrosse.
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It has officially been two months since the September 1st date, which was the first date that college coaches (outside of the service academies who could start contacting 2022 recruits on July 1st) could contact 2022 recruits.
Continue reading “Recruiting Notebook: Loyola, Penn, Johns Hopkins Hit October Hot Streaks”
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*Note: It was reported back in September by Matt Kinnear of Inside Lacrosse that at least 20 members of the Princeton men’s lacrosse team planned to opt out of the 2021 season. Who the opt outs are and whether they will stick has not been made public. Due to that some players mentioned in this article may not be playing this spring*
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In the 1980s, winning Ivy League titles and making NCAA Tournament runs were pretty normal at Penn. The Quakers finished either first or second in the Ivy League seven out of Tony Seaman’s eight-year stint. They also made the NCAA Tournament six of those seasons, losing in the Quarterfinals – which was the first round until 1986 – four of those times, making the semifinals once, and losing in the first round once. But that level of consistency seemed to leave Penn with Tony Seaman when he departed for the Johns Hopkins job following the 1990 season.
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At one of the most historic and most underperforming programs (according to some) in the Ivy League, Gerry Byrne has the ability to build something special and all signs point to the winds starting to shift in Cambridge.
Continue reading “In Year Two of The Byrne Era, Harvard Has Talent and Upside”
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Head coach Gerry Byrne and the Harvard Crimson landed a commitment in the 2021 class on Wednesday night, as Westminster, Ga. faceoff man Dylan Farley flipped to the Crimson from DIII Williams. Farley initially committed to the NESCAC school in early July.
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The Dartmouth Big Green have only had one 11-win season in the NCAA era and one NCAA Tournament berth in program history. Both of those milestones came during Big Green’s 2003 season, which was the fifth and final year under head coach Rick Sowell.
Continue reading “With Nowhere To Go But Up, Dartmouth Looks to Keep Building”
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Since Lars Tiffanys departure following the 2016 season, where the Bears made a trip to Championship Weekend, Brown hasn’t done too, too much.
Sure, Mike Daly led them to a 10-win season in his first year in 2017. But they haven’t had a winning record in a full season since. The Bears went 6-9 and missed the Ivy League tournament in 2018 and went 7-9 in 2019, losing to Penn in the Ivy League semifinals. Continue reading “Is Brown The Ivy Everyone Should Be Talking About?”
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Ivy League coaches got some gut-wrenching news on Thursday, as it was announced that Cornell senior attackman Jeff Teat has received a fifth-year waiver through the Ivy League and will be returning in 2021. Continue reading “Is The Ivy League Cornell’s To Lose in 2021?”
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College lacrosse has a rich history, filled with endless stories and legends.
And while the game is still growing at the college level and some programs have been around way longer than others, there is a certain amount of history at every program that can be heralded. Continue reading “Best Season For Every Ivy League Program”