Hampton Suspends Spring Sports For 2021

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Hampton Director of Athletics Eugene Marshall, Jr. has announced that the Pirates will suspend all sports for the spring of 2021.

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Led by Offensive Firepower, How Much Can Sacred Heart Rebound in 2021?

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In 2016, which was the freshman year of Max Tuttle and Joe Saggese, Sacred Heart went 2-14. With Tuttle and Saggese helping to lead the way, the Pioneers were able to rise up out of that pitfall and in 2019 put together one of their best seasons in program history. During that historic season, Sacred Heart went 9-6 overall, 5-3 in the NEC, and reached the NEC semifinals.

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Electrifying Offense, High Expectations Lead Rutgers Into 2021 Season

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Since the first NCAA Tournament in 1971, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have made nine appearances. Their last trip came in 2004 when they made the Scarlet Knights completed their second-ever back-to-back NCAA Tournament trip.

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Can Richmond Become The SoCon’s First Three-Peat Champion?

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Since the first season of SoCon lacrosse in 2015, the conference has seen three teams (Air Force, High Point, Richmond) take home the conference title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. And while Air Force and Richmond have each won two straight over the past four tournaments, never has a team successfully pulled a three-peat. In 2021, Richmond looks to do just that.

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Can 2021 Be a Bounce-Back Season For Quinnipiac?

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In the fall of 2018, Mason Poli was named the interim head coach of the Quinnipiac Bobcats following the firing of Eric Fekete, which was the result of a hazing scandal that suspended the team for fall and prohibited all seniors from playing in the first five games of the season.

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Is Providence Ready to Be a Serious Contender in The Big East?

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When talking about and discussing the Big East many usually bring up Denver and Georgetown first and then mention teams like Villanova and Marquette as potential dark horses. After all, these are the teams that have either won or challenged for the title in recent years. But one name that you don’t hear out of too many folks is Providence. But perhaps they should be getting much more respect than they do.

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What Will a Post Michael Sowers World Look Like at Princeton?

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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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Penn State is Still The Team to Beat in The Big Ten

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The Penn State Nittany Lions have been rising to prominence ever since Jeff Tambroni’s arrival ahead of the 2011 season. And in 2019 the Nittany Lions finally arrived. Putting together their best season in program history, Penn State churned out a 16-2 record and made their first-ever Championship Weekend appearance, where they lost, 17-21, against Yale.

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How Sustainable Was Penn’s 2019 Season?

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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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Ohio State Could Run Away With The Big Ten

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In 2017, the Ohio State Buckeyes reached what may view as the pinnacle of the sport when they made their first ever Championship Weekend appearance. And while the Buckeyes didn’t come out on top, losing to Maryland in the national title game, it certainly marked their arrival into the elite tier of college lacrosse that they had seemed to be sitting just outside of for so long.

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