CAA Championship: Kurtz’ Big Day Helps Delaware Past Towson

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The Delaware Blue Hens are CAA champions for the fourth time in program history. It marks the first time since 2011 and first time under Ben DeLuca that the Blue Hens have stood on top of their conference.

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CAA Semifinals: Delaware, Towson Put Together Stellar Offensive Performances En Route to Title Game Berths

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The Delaware Blue Hens were put in a similar situation as they were a year ago. The top seed in the CAA Tournament and on the road against the No. 4 seed. However, the Hens did not falter this time around. In fact, if anything, they excelled.

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What to Watch During Week 13 of The College Lacrosse Season

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Welcome to week 13 of the college lacrosse season, Y’all!

Believe it or not, the final week of the college lacrosse regular season has arrived and there is still much to be played for as seedings for conference tournaments will be fought for tooth and nail from Friday through Sunday.

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Starting Strong in CAA Play, Towson is Finding It’s Way Back on Track

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One year ago this week, the Towson Tigers won three consecutive games against Fairfield, Hofstra, and UMass. Prior to that streak, they had nearly beaten Hofstra the first time around in a one-goal loss, which had come after a one-goal win against rival Loyola. That stretch was the highlight of what ended up being a 6-8 season in which the Tigers missed the CAA Tournament for the first time since 2011 and first time in the Shawn Nadelen era (2012-present).

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Wednesday Recap: Late-Game Surge Helps Army Past Syracuse, Towson Tops Loyola in Rivalry Matchup

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On a day in which the Syracuse offense was able to take advantage of the weaknesses in the Army defense for a period of time and dominate the faceoff dot, it was the little things that mattered.

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Top Transfer Performances From Week Four

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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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Tuesday Recap: Delaware Holds off Saint Joseph’s, Jacksonville and Towson Earn Sizable Wins

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Up 12-11 with just seconds left on the clock, the Delaware Blue Hens made one final defensive stand that ended with a caused turnover from Owen Grant to secure the victory and move to 3-0 on the season.

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Can Towson Continue to Climb Back Towards The Top of The CAA in 2022?

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During the shortened 2020 season, the Towson Tigers went 0-6 and lost all but one contest by five goals or more. On top of that, The Tigers were tied with Lafayette and Binghamton as the 69th-best scoring offense in the nation (7 goals per game), ranked 72nd in shooting percentage (.223), was tied with Penn for the 57th-best scoring defense (14 goals allowed per game), and was 72nd in faceoff win percentage (.302).

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2022 Schedule Preview: Towson Tigers

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The Towson Tigers are the first DI program to release their 2022 schedule, doing so on Wednesday afternoon. The Tigers are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 6-8 overall, 3-5 in CAA play, and missed the CAA Tournament for the first time since 2011 and first time in the Shawn Nadelen era (2012-current).

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