Top Transfer Performances From Week One

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Nothing has been more of an impact on the college lacrosse offseason landscape than the NCAA Transfer Portal. 

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Saturday Recap: Maryland Rolls, Denver Escapes Upset in Salt Lake City, Mount St. Mary’s Upsets Navy

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The Maryland Terrapins don’t rebuild, they reload. And that statement rung true in their season-opener at home against the defending SoCon champion High Point Panthers on Saturday afternoon.

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Mercer Beats Bellarmine 9-4 in First Game of 2022

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The Mercer Bears defeated the Bellarmine Knights 9-4 on Saturday afternoon in a game that kicked off the 2022 college lacrosse season. The win marks the Bears’ second-ever win over the Knights, who now lead the all-time series 10-2.

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Previewing Bellarmine vs Mercer

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The college lacrosse season gets underway on Saturday, January 29th as the Bellarmine Knights travel to Macon, Ga. to face the Mercer Bears. It marks the second season in which the Knights and Bears will play in January in the first game of the season.

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2022 Preseason Championship Weekend Picks

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The college lacrosse season is just mere days away with Bellarmine and Mercer kicking things off once again on January 29th. The season will wrap up as usual on Memorial Day with only one team standing as national champions.

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At Transylvania It’s a New Era With a Familiar Tune

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In the heart of Lexington, Ky. on North Broadway sits the small, quaint campus of Transylvania University. Having been originally chartered in 1780, it’s the oldest college in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and through its nearly 250 years of existence has churned out some of the most prominent figures in their respective fields who have won at every corner.

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