Detroit Titans Make Sports Illustrated

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DETROIT — One of the most popular sports magazines in the world features a glossy photo of a Titan as a picture from Detroit’s game at #6 North Carolina was published in this week’s edition. Read More…

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Game Photos: UNC Vs Detroit

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R.G. Keenan won 16 of 18 face-offs, helping sixth-ranked North Carolina dominate possession en route to an 18-8 men’s lacrosse victory over Detroit in the Tar Heels’ home opener at Fetzer Field Saturday. Jimmy Dunster scored three goals for Coach Joe Breschi’s team and Marcus Holman and Chad Tutton each had four-point games for Carolina, which got points from 13 different players. Read More…

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Delaware Explodes for 12 Third Quarter Goals, Cruises Past Detroit 19-6 in Opener to Give Shillinglaw 300th Career Victory

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NEWARK, Del. — An explosive third quarter was just what the University of Delaware men’s lacrosse team needed Saturday afternoon to help place their head coach into the history books. Breaking away from a 4-4 deadlock at halftime, the No. 19 ranked Blue Hens exploded for 12 third quarter goals and cruised the rest of the way for a 19-6 victory over Detroit in the first game of the collegiate men’s lacrosse season at Delaware Stadium. Read More…

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Detroit Titans Picked To Win The MAAC, Set For Season Opener At No. 19 Delaware

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EDISON, NJ — The Detroit men’s lacrosse team was chosen as the favorite to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) as the league’s Preseason Coaches’ Poll was unveiled on Friday afternoon. Detroit totaled 43 points, edging out last year’s MAAC regular season and tournament champion Siena who had 42. Read More…

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Battle For Michigan Highlights Men’s Lacrosse Schedule

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DETROIT — Three games against teams that made the NCAA Tournament a year ago and a home game against the Michigan Wolverines are on the docket as the Titan men’s lacrosse schedule was announced today. Overall, Detroit will have five home games, including visits from MAAC Champion Siena in a rematch from last year’s conference tournament championship, and Marist – who the Titans defeated in the semifinals. Read More…

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