College Lacrosse’s Top 10 Offenses of 2022

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The team that puts the ball in the back of the net the most wins the game. So, yes, offense matters. And especially in the shot clock era, offenses have evolved and in many cases are more high-powered before ever before.

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Transfers: Richmond’s Griffin Kology Headed to Virginia

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A native of Chatham, N.J., defenseman Griffin Kology will still be playing his college lacrosse in Old Dominion but will be heading an hour more west in Charlottesville as he will suit up for the Virginia Cavaliers next season; following in the footsteps of his older brother, Kyle, who won two national titles with the Cavaliers in 2019 and 2021.

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NCAA Quarterfinals: Maryland Rolls Past Virginia, Returns to Championship Weekend

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For the ninth time in 12 seasons, the John Tillman and the Maryland Terrapins are headed to Championship Weekend. The Terrapins continued their perfect season with a 18-9 win over the Virginia Cavaliers on Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.

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NCAA First Round: Virginia Pulls Away From Brown, Advances to Quarterfinals For Third Consecutive Season

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For the third consecutive time, the Virginia Cavaliers are moving onto the NCAA Quarterfinals. The Cavaliers pulled away from the Brown Bears in a 17-10 victory on the road on Saturday night.

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Ranking All Eight First-Round NCAA Tournament Games

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The brackets are set and the 2022 Men’s College Lacrosse NCAA Tournament will get underway this weekend with the field of 16. The two play-in games will be had on Wednesday to decide who plays the No. 1 seed Maryland and No. 2 Georgetown in the first round.

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Saturday Recap: Jacksonville Holds off Richmond, Brown Upsets Penn, Notre Dame & Virginia Earn ACC Wins

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The Jacksonville defense made their biggest stop of the day with 40 seconds left in regulation. Colin Hinton scooped up the ground ball and got it into the offensive zone, where the Dolphins ran into some trouble but were bailed out by a timeout from John Galloway with 21 seconds left.

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Saturday Recap: Syracuse Makes a Statement and Virginia Bounces Back; Paquette, Brandau Lead Yale Past Princeton

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Gary Gait’s Syracuse Orange welcomed the Duke Blue Devils into the Carrier Dome on Saturday afternoon and made a statement, taking down the 11th-ranked Blue Devils 14-10 to earn their biggest win of the season.

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What to Watch During Week Eight of The College Lacrosse Season

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

As always, an exciting weekend of action lies ahead. Week eight will be highlighted by conference play getting underway for the Big Ten, more high-profile Ivy League matchups, ACC battles, and more.

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