UVA, UNC Leaving the ACC for the Big Ten

May 30, 2011; Baltimore, MD, USA; Members of the Virginia Cavaliers jump into a pile after defeating the Maryland Terrapins in the NCAA Division I Men's lacrosse national championship game at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rafael Suanes-US PRESSWIRE


The haters came out in droves once Maryland announced its move to the B1G. People didn’t understand the meaning behind it. Moving to the B1G means Maryland can finally make money and climb out of debt created by its former Athletic Director Debbie Yow. Moreover, in terms of lacrosse, people believed the historic tradition of Maryland lacrosse would be tainted. Read More…

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Maryland Joins Big Ten and What It Means For Lacrosse

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After wide speculation, rumors and consideration the University of Maryland Board of Regents has approved the school to join the B1G Conference. Maryland will be leaving behind a conference it helped build in 1953. It is no doubt that rivalries and school ties will be broken with UMDs departure, but the school has been stricken with financial woes since the days of Athletic Director Debbie Yow. The most important question is, “What will happen to Maryland lacrosse and what are the implications of them leaving the ACC for the B1G?” Read More…

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