2022 NCAA Tournament Preview: Bottom Half

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The NCAA Tournament bracket is set and the fight to be the final team standing on Memorial Day gets underway on Saturday at high noon.

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Ranking All Eight First-Round NCAA Tournament Games

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The brackets are set and the 2022 Men’s College Lacrosse NCAA Tournament will get underway this weekend with the field of 16. The two play-in games will be had on Wednesday to decide who plays the No. 1 seed Maryland and No. 2 Georgetown in the first round.

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Sunday Recap: Jacksonville Upsets Duke, Virginia Escaped High Point

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The Jacksonville Dolphins went into Durham and took home their biggest win in program history, beating the No. 2 Duke Blue Devils 14-12.

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Saturday Recap: Utah Tops Vermont, Villanova Edges Penn State, Maryland and Syracuse Earn Blowout Wins

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What many called the best mid-major game of the week coming into Saturday turned into one of the best games of the day as the Utah Utes beat the Vermont Catamounts 11-10. It is the first win for Andrew McMinn at Utah and the program’s first Top-20 win in program history.

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Friday Recap: Second Half Run Lifts North Carolina Past Richmond, Epstein Leads John Hopkins Past Towson

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Joe Breschi’s North Carolina Tar Heels may be a little greener than usual at multiple spots on the field, but they are still as talented as ever. The Tar Heels opened up the season with a 13-9 victory over the Richmond Spiders on Friday night.

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