Sunday Recap: Ohio Defeats Michigan in Big Ten Regular Season Finale

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In a matchup that will be played out once more in the Big Ten Quarterfinals next week, the Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Michigan Wolverines 14-12. The Buckeyes victory ensured the Wolverines ending the regular season on a seven-game losing streak, which is the exact opposite of how they opened the season (seven straight wins).

The win also marks the Buckeyes first time capturing the Creators Trophy since 2015. Ohio State, along with Michigan and Penn State fight for the trophy each season.

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Friday Recap: Mac Costin Sends Penn State Past Michigan in Overtime

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For the first time since February, the Penn State Nittany Lions are back in the win column as they took down the Michigan Wolverines 9-8 in overtime on Friday night to snap what was a five-game losing streak.

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What to Watch During Week Eight of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to week eight of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

As always, an exciting weekend of action lies ahead. Week eight will be highlighted by conference play getting underway for the Big Ten, more high-profile Ivy League matchups, ACC battles, and more.

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What to Watch During Week Seven of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to Week Seven of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

To put it bluntly, we’ve got a big weekend on horizon folks. National title game rematch, more conferences begin league play, and much more.

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Weekend Rewind: The Ivy League Makes A Statement!

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Welcome back, Y’all! With week five in the books, it’s time to rewind the weekend that was in college lacrosse and, for the Ivy League especially, it was a good one.

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After a “Foundational Year” in 2021, Michigan is Ready to Keep Improving

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In 2021, Michigan churned out a 3-9 record. And while in many instances winning just three games would be seen as a failure, for Michigan those three wins signified growth – especially considering that they were faced with a challenging Big Ten only schedule as well as the restrictions and protocols that came with COVID.

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2022 Schedule Preview: Michigan Wolverines

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The Michigan Wolverines are the 42nd DI team and second from the Big Ten to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Wolverines are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 3-9 against a Big Ten-only schedule. The Wolverines saw their season come to an end in the Big Ten semifinals against Rutgers.

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Cambridge (Ga.) Midfielder Jack Marlow Commits to Michigan

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Cambridge (Ga.) junior midfielder Jack Marlow announced his commitment to Michigan on Sunday night, giving Kevin Conry and the Wolverines their fifth commitment in the class of 2023 and second at the midfield position, joining Matthew Hann out of Paul VI (Va.).

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Heading Into Year Five of The Kevin Conry Era, Michigan Lacrosse Continues to Rise

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The Maryland Terrapins came within one win of completing a perfect season, falling in the national title game against Virginia, and will almost certainly be the favorite to win the Big Ten and a Final Four pick for most people heading into next season. But that’s just business as usual in College Park under.

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