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The Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers earned their first NEC win of the season on Wednesday afternoon, topping Sacred Heart 14-12.
Dylan Furnback had a career-high 21-save performance, which included two in the final minute of the contest to keep the Pioneers’ offense at bay and halt any full comeback. The senior made 13 of his 21 saves in the first half where the Mountaineers held Sacred Heart to just five goals and a scoreless first quarter.
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On Wednesday evening, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish took down the Marquette Golden Eagles 10-3 in a matchup between the two Midwest Catholic schools. Pretty fitting for St. Patrick’s day, right?
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Week six of the college lacrosse season is officially in the books. And while there were outstanding performances across the country, here’s our three stars from week six of the season.
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While the Rutgers Scarlet Knights went into College Park and showed that they are a top-five team, the Maryland Terrapins showed why they are viewed as the best team in the Big Ten and one of the three best teams in the nation, as they pulled out the 19-11 victory.
Continue reading “Saturday Recap: Strong Second Half Pushes Maryland Past Rutgers, Johns Hopkins Earns Bounce-Back Win”
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Welcome to week six of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!
With UMass finally opening their season this weekend against Fairfield after seeing their first four games of the season get postponed or cancelled, every single team that is playing this season will have one game under their belt coming out of this weekend.
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In Hofstra’s 18-6 blowout victory over the Wagner Seawhawks, Ryan Tierney moved his name up in both the CAA and Hofstra record books. His second goal of the game, which came at the 6:06 mark in the first quarter, saw him time the Hofstra all-time career goal record of 140 and the all-time CAA carer points record of 212. He broke both later in the quarter, scoring with :35 on the clock, and ended the game with a total of six goals. He is now 18 goals away from the all-time CAA career goals record of 162 and 22 points away from the Hofstra career points record of 238.
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Rutgers is for real, Y’all!
A week after taking down Penn State 11-9 in their season-opener, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights marched over to Columbus, Ohio, and trampled the Buckeyes 22-12.
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(Photo James Dillon/Sacred Heart Athletics)
Less than 24 hours after Delaware defeated Saint Joseph’s 16-13 in a Tuesday night NEC vs CAA thriller, two NEC squads, Sacred Heart and LIU, gave us another suspense-filled midweek contest. The game counted as a non-conference game.
Continue reading “Midweek Notebook: Sacred Heart Survives LIU Comeback, Towson Tops Mount St. Mary’s”
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When the Blue Hens marched onto Delaware Stadium Tuesday night to defend their home turf against a visiting Saint Joseph’s squad, all the talk surrounded the return of Blue Hens stars Charlie Kitchen and Owen Grant after missing the first two contests of the season. But once that opening whistle blew, it didn’t take long before it was clear which player’s name would soon fill the mouths of lacrosse fans everywhere.
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Despite missing multiple key players, including faceoff man Justin Inacio, the Ohio State Buckeyes went into Homewood Field on Saturday afternoon and absolutely took it to the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in Peter Milliman’s debut as head coach. Ohio State was bigger, stronger, and faster and they used that advantage in every way they could.
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