NCAA: Duke and Notre Dame Face Off, Loyola Opens Up

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February 16, 2013

Games galore on the Saturday schedule today around Divisions one, two and three, we have some of the best ones below. Division One UMBC Retrievers vs Robert Morris Colonials The Colonials are coming off of a loss last week against Bellarmine and now face UMBC in their opener. Last season the Retriever defense struggled, they are going to need to step it up to keep the Colonials under ten goals….

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Lizards Bring Back Berger, Briggs to Boston and Young to Charlotte

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February 15, 2013

Sources have confirmed to In Lacrosse We Trust earlier reports of a three way trade with the New York Lizards, Boston Cannons and Charlotte Hounds. The Lizards are bringing back Stephen Berger who they had sent to Charlotte before last season, the Hounds’ first season in the league. In return for the Hounds, they get Ryan Young and a second round pick while Boston gets former Virginia star Colin Briggs….

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NCAA Review: UMass, Duke, High Point Get Wins

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February 12, 2013

The first weekend of NCAA Men’s lacrosse is in the books, providing both thrillers and blow outs. We saw a lot of firsts with High Point getting their first win in program history and Bryant taking Colgate into overtime.  It was an exciting weekend of lacrosse at every division. In division 1 contests, High Point University, the new kid on the block, went 1-2 overall. First losing to Delaware 12-10…

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Hopkins Gets First Win Over Siena; High Point Gets First Ever Win

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February 10, 2013

John Hopkins controlled Siena through out the course of the game; midway through the third quarter, Hopkins scored 4 goals in a span of 3 minutes to secure their lead. Give credit to Siena, in the first half, they had figured out how to stop the Hopkins scoring attack. They did this by slowing up the pace of the game. Siena did not let Hopkins gets into their offensive strategy….

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Blue Devils Unable to Avenge NCAA Tourney Loss to Pioneers

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February 10, 2013

Durham, NC-There was a lot of concern on how the Denver Pioneers would find offensive firepower after attackmen Mark Matthews (47g, 17a) and Alex Demopoulos (20g, 27a) graduated last year after losing to eventual champion Loyola in the NCAA tourney. However, Saturday’s game against the Duke Blue Devils proved that getting an offense going wouldn’t be a problem in 2013. Denver exceeded their 2012 average goals per game (12.31) as…

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NCAA GameDay: Duke Looks for First Win

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February 10, 2013

D1: Duke (0-1) vs. Jacksonville Noon – In their second game of the weekend, the Duke Blue Devils face the Jacksonville Dolphins for the fourth time since the Dolphins joined Division 1. Duke owns a commanding 3-0 record over Jacksonville, winning by an average of 7.33 goals. Jacksonville has scored an average of 6.66 goals in the three games. JU has gone 3-3 in the MAAC over the past three…

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Hounds Trade Tucker Durkin to Hamilton

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January 25, 2013

The Charlotte Hounds of Major League Lacrosse today announced a trade that gives the team the rights to three additional draftees from the 2013 MLL Collegiate Draft. Per the deal, the Hounds send first-round pick (3rd overall) Tucker Durkin (D, Johns Hopkins) to the Hamilton Nationals in exchange for John Haus (M, Maryland), Casey Carroll (D, Duke) and Jake Tripucka(M, Duke). All players will be placed on the Hounds’ Collegiate…

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Nick Galasso Transfers from North Carolina, Talking to Syracuse

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October 10, 2012

On Tuesday, Nick Galasso was granted his release from the North Carolina Tar Heels. He stated to Lacrosse Magazine that he wanted to be an impact somewhere else and he wanted to attend a different school. Syracuse lacrosse tweeted earlier today that head coach John Desko has confirmed Syracuse will talk to Galasso about an opportunity of playing with Syracuse. The Orange have lost a lot of top players in…

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