Duke Wins Five in a Row, Tops Georgetown

March 25, 2013

Duke had no problem finding the goal early in the game, and never seemed to stop. Ten different Blue Devils scored goals as Duke (7-4) handily beat Georgetown (3-5) at home in Durham 19-7. The win is the fifth consecutive for Duke, who seems to have gotten out of the slump that plagued them at the beginning of the year. Duke controlled all the statistic columns, outshooting Georgetown 46 to…


NCAA GameDay: Maryland vs North Carolina Highlights Day

March 23, 2013

#1Maryland (6-0) vs #12 North Carolina (4-3) – One of the top games of the day. A big rivalry as the Terps and Tar Heels do battle in ACC play. The Terps are 1-0 in conference games, dominating Duke 16-7. UNC fell to Duke ten days ago in an 11-8 loss. Last season this matchup got heated with a scuffle at the midfield between Kevin Cooper and Greg McBride. Both…


Duke Comes Out on Top Against Foxes

March 19, 2013

For the majority of the game, it looked like the outcome could go either way; but then Duke found their stride. The Duke Blue Devils led the Marist Red Foxes 9-6 at halftime and came out firing after that. Duke’s starting attack corps led the way for the Blue Devils combining for 11 goals and 17 overall points in a 19-11 Duke victory. After a very sloppy start to the…


Tar Heels in Limbo

March 16, 2013

As the season wages on the Tarheels of The University of North Carolina have landed themselves in a questionable state, with their record knotted up at 3-3.  Their most recent loss coming at the hands of cross town rival Duke.  The usual suspects played well, as can be expected, with Marcus Holman netting two goals and two assists, Bitter assisted twice and Snakey placed two in the back of the…


One on One With: Mike Cerino

March 5, 2013

Last season the Charlotte Hounds were one of the expansion teams into Major League Lacrosse. They struggled at points in year one, but they shook things up for 2013. I spoke with their head coach Mike Cerino about the upcoming season. MI: How Tough is it losing Stephen Berger? MC: Losing Berger is going to be tough on the field and around the locker room. You don’t replace his production…


Tar Heels Lose Heartbreaker to Irish

March 5, 2013

Saturday, March 2, the 9th ranked Tarheels took on the 2nd ranked Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.  As can be expected, the early polls had the Irish picked well over the Heels.  The game started following the overall consensus, with Notre Dame jumping out to a two goal lead.  Carolina returned the favor as Jimmy Bitter fed Joey Snakey on the fast break, to cut the Irish lead to one….


Tar Heels Improving Despite Setback

February 27, 2013

The University of North Carolina Men’s Lacrosse season opened we saw them with a very high preseason ranking placing 5th in the coaches’ poll, and 7th in the USILA poll.  The season kicked off with a solid victory for UNC as the trounced the Air Force Academy 16-8. The season looked promising Jimmy Bitter and Marcus Holman proving their worth on the field.  Marcus’s ability as a senior and ball…


Duke Falls to 1-3 After Loss to Penn

February 24, 2013

It’s hard to imagine this is the start John Danowski expected for his Blue Devils before the season; five games in, and Duke has lost three and won two. The most recent came Friday against the Pennsylvania Quakers. Penn opened their season with a very impressive 14-9 win over the Blue Devils. Tim Schwalje led all scorers with eight points in the game for the Penn. Duke was outshot 35…


Notre Dame Takes it to Duke With 13-5 Win

February 19, 2013

After losing a close game to Denver a week ago, Duke was looking to rebound against a very talented Notre Dame team to gain their first win of the season. However, the game ended up being a very lopsided loss for the Blue Devils, sending them to 0-2 on the year. Notre Dame dominated on all sides of the ball, out-shooting Duke 37-29, completely stalling Duke’s offense for the better…


Hounds Send Berger Back to Lizards

February 16, 2013

On February 15th at 1:15pm, Charlotte Hounds general manager Wade Leaphart announced that the team would be composing their second blockbuster trade of the off-season after sending fan-favorite Billy Bitter attackman to Rochester. Friday, Leaphart announced that the Hounds would be trading midfielder Stephen Berger, who scored the first ever goal in Hounds history, back to the New York Lizards, where Berger was a five-time all star selection. During his…