ASUN Championship: Robert Morris Tops Utah in High-Scoring Overtime Thriller

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Jake Boudreau had a career day, scoring a personal-best seven goals and dishing out three assists for 10 points. His performance ties him with Ryan Smith for second all-time in points in a single game.

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ASUN Semifinals: Hyde Leads Utah Past Bellarmine in OT, Robert Morris Best Air Force in Defensive Struggle

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With 30 seconds remaining in the overtime period, Josh Stout found an open Jordan Hyde on the left wing for an underhand rip at the hash marks for the game-winner to secure the 12-11 overtime victory for the Utes.

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What to Watch During Week Nine of The College Lacrosse Season

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

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Must Watch Teams as Midseason Approaches

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Conference play has either begun or is quickly approaching for the majority of teams across the college lacrosse landscape. And with what many label as the “second season” on the horizon, the identities of many teams have been laid out. Some have seen their identity develop and morph into what it has become from February through now and some have just simply been who we thought they were from the get-go. Others have surprised.

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Sunday Recap: Syracuse Ends Losing Skid, Utah Upsets Jacksonville

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The Syracuse Orange are back in the win column after three consecutive losses as they beat rival Hobart, 18-16, to keep the Kraus-Simmons Trophy in Syracuse.

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Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week Four

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Week four of the college lacrosse season has come and gone, and with 30-plus games being played it was the most jammed-packed weekend of the season thus far.

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2022 Schedule Preview: Utah Utes

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The Utah Utes are the 57th DI program and sixth from the ASUN to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Utes are coming off a 2021 campaign in which they went 4-7 overall as an independent. This spring will mark the Utes’ first under head coach Andrew McMinn and in the ASUN conference.

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Under Andrew McMinn, Utah Lacrosse Looks to Reach New Heights

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During the first three seasons of its existence, Utah went a combined 20-12 as a DI independent under the leadership of Brian Holman. That includes a 2021 campaign in which the Utes churned out a 4-7 record, which featured a one-goal loss to a top-10 Denver team to start the season.

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Aidan O’Neil Flips From Utah to Richmond

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Dan Chemotti and the Richmond Spiders’ 2022 class is looking even stronger after Tabor Academy (Mass.) attackman Aidan O’Neil announced on Wednesday night that he would be flipping his commitment to the Spiders from Utah.

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