How Did First-Year Head Coaches Fare in 2021?

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The 2021 season was certainly not a normal one. While this were pretty normal by Memorial Day, restrictions and pauses added challenges that nobody had ever had to deal with before. Add in the fact of being a first-year head coach and that can certainly make things even more difficult.

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Breakout Players From 2021: Defense

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The 2021 season is in the books by nearly two weeks. And while this past season was like any other, we still witnessed players across the landscape put together breakout seasons. Over the next week, Lacrosse Bucket will be highlighting some of the players who broke out at each position during the 2021 season.

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NCAA Penalizes Johns Hopkins For Financial Aid Violations

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On Friday afternoon, the NCAA announced that Johns Hopkins’ men’s and women’s lacrosse programs would be penalized due to a violation of financial aid rules between the 2016-17 and 2019-20 academic years.

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Under Peter Milliman, Johns Hopkins Could See a Fast(ish) Turnaround

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Being the guy after “The Guy” is one of the toughest situations to be in as a head coach in any sport. But what’s even tougher is being the guy after “The Guy” and being tasked with bringing that program back to the level of its glory days.

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