Projecting the NCAA Tournament Bracket

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The one thing that really stuck out when we did bracket projections for this year’s NCAA tournament is just how much is unsettled. Any number of teams could play their way in or out of this year’s tournament and final week games and conference tournaments mean more than ever this year. Read More…

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#18/19 Lehigh tops #9/11 Bucknell 11-7 for PL Regular Season Title



LEWISBURG, Pa. – The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team clinched its first Patriot League regular season championship as the #18/19 Mountain Hawks downed #9/11 Bucknell 11-7 Friday night at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium. With the win, Lehigh’s first in Lewisburg since 1998, the Mountain Hawks will host the Patriot League Tournament for the first time in school history Apr. 26 and 28. Read More…

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Third Quarter Surge Lifts #7 North Carolina Over #19 Brown, 18-12



Chapel Hill, NC – Seventh-ranked North Carolina utilized a 7-4 third quarter surge to earn an 18-12 win over 19th-ranked Brown at Fetzer Field before a national television audience on ESPNU. The Tar Heels extend their record to 6-2 for the season, while Brown had its five game winning streak stopped, falling to 5-2 overall. Read More…

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Leopards Victorious in Double Overtime Thriller



HIGH POINT, N.C. – With the clock running out in the second session of overtime, freshman attack Kevin Wanke found an open spot behind the High Point defense and put his shot in the back of the net to lift the Lafayette men’s lacrosse team to a double-overtime victory over High Point on Wednesday evening, 10-9. The Leopards were unfazed by two High Point goals in the final 1:29 of regulation to force the overtime session. Read More…

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High Point’s Lomas Snags One-Handed Catch and Scores Against Michigan

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Freshman High Point attackman, Dan Lomas, scores this goal off a great one-handed catch in the team’s 13-10 win over Michigan. Lomas finished the night with six goals. Read More…

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Syracuse, Virginia Set For Lacrosse Showdown Friday In The Dome



SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Always one of the most-anticipated games of the college lacrosse season, Syracuse (1-1) and Virginia (4-0) renew their annual rivalry Friday, March 1 at 6 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. The Cavaliers are ranked No. 6 in this week’s USILA Coaches’ Poll and represent SU’s first ranked foe of the 2013 campaign. Friday’s matchup marks the first time since 2007 that neither side has been ranked in the top five of the coaches’ poll at the time of the game. Read More…

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Schwartz, White Propel Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Past Holy Cross, 16-12 (Video)

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Nine different Crimson scored a goal Tuesday night as the Harvard men’s lacrosse team picked up a 16-12 win over Holy Cross at Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium. Read More…

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Army Tops Manhattan 14-8 For First Win



WEST POINT, N.Y. – In the first meeting between the two programs, Army’s offense clicked on all cylinders and handed visiting Manhattan a 14-8 loss in the Black Knights’ home opener Wednesday afternoon at Michie Stadium. Senior attackman Garrett Thul registered his 24th career hat trick, while sophomores Alex Newsome and John Glesener added five and four points, respectively. Read More…

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VMI Men’s Lacrosse Makes Move to Atlantic Sun Conference

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MACON, Ga. — Beginning in the 2013-14 academic year, the Virginia Military Institute men’s lacrosse team will make the switch from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference to the Atlantic Sun Conference, a move that was announced Monday morning by the VMI athletic department and Atlantic Sun Conference. Read More…

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Sanders, Sturgis Send No. 15 Penn State Lions Past Michigan, 11-6



ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Led by four-goal performances from TJ Sanders (Orillia, Ont.) and Shane Sturgis (Downingtown, Pa.), No. 15 Penn State men’s lacrosse defeated Michigan, 11-6, at Oosterbaan Fieldhouse. In all, Sanders had a five-point afternoon in his collegiate debut, while goaltender Austin Kaut (Morton, Pa.) made 12 saves for the Nittany Lions. Read More…

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