Which Teams Underperformed and Who Exceeded Expectations In 2022?

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The 2022 college lacrosse season has come to a close. That means that it is time to look back at the season that was and look at the teams who both underperformed and who exceeded expectations this past spring.

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Patriot League Quarterfinals: Lindsey Leads Loyola Past Bucknell, Lehigh Turns in Complete Performance Against Navy

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Davis Lindsey got separation down the left side alley and found Aidan Olmstead on the backside pipe. Just over a minute later, Lindsey took it from behind and hit Adam Poitras for a one-timer on the doorstep. Less than a minute after that score, he dodged down the left side once-more and found Dan Wigley on the backside.

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Friday Recap: Army Outlast Boston U., Loyola Tops Lehigh in OT

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With mere seconds left in regulation, Will Coletti handled the rock off the faceoff and pushed up field against a pressing Boston U. defense before scoring an empty-netter with 16 ticks remaining. The score ensured the the Army Black Knights would be the only Patriot League team to knock off Boston U. in the regular season, and would give the Black Knights the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament.

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Weekend Rewind: Two Maryland Blue Bloods, Two Different Directions

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I sat down to write this week’s column at the conclusion of the Delaware-Johns Hopkins game on Sunday. And the one thought that I just couldn’t shake was how far apart the two most historic programs in the Old Line State seem to be right now, especially coming out of this weekend.

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Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week Seven

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Week seven of the college lacrosse season is in the books, and it was a big one!

So without further ado, here is the Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week for week six of the 2022 college lacrosse season.

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Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week Six

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Week six of the college lacrosse season is in the books and it was another wild one.

So without further ado, here is the Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week for week six of the 2022 college lacrosse season.

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Weekend Rewind: Impressive Performances From Peters and Lindley, Wagner’s Defensive Improvement

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Welcome back, Y’all! With a weather-impacted week six in the books, it’s time to rewind the weekend that was in college lacrosse.

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Sunday Recap: Loyola Earns Big Win Over Duke, Johns Hopkins Tops Syracuse in Rivalry Contest

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Loyola’s start to the season has been anything but spectacular. A blowout loss to Maryland to open the season and a 1-4 start is not what the Greyhounds had envisioned. But, now, a month into the season, Charlie Toomey’s squad may have found its mojo.

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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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