MLL At the Break: Cannons Have an Opportunity

July 10, 2014

It has been just over two months since the Major League Lacrosse season began and the Boston Cannons are currently sitting in fourth place behind the Outlaws, Rattlers, and Lizards. Despite being in a position where the postseason is a possibility, the road to the fourth seed has not necessarily been the easiest one. In fact, inconsistency has been the story of Boston’s season. For the Cannons, things started off…

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Cannons Look for Third Win; Match Up With Machine

Tomorrow night, the Boston Cannons will travel to Ohio to take on the Machine in a duel of 2-3 squads. The Cannons, led by the offense of Kevin Buchanan and Paul Rabil, have struggled thus far to find their rhythm, while the Machine has also been faced with inconsistencies in their first five games. The Machine are coming off of their first win since opening day; a 15-11 defeat over…

June 5, 2014
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NCAA Women’s: Big East Season Recap

June 4, 2014

The NCAA lacrosse season has come to an end and once again, it was one for the books. The Big East had a competitive year, with some teams remaining at the top of the pack all season long, while others struggled to find their rhythm. As this season comes to a close, we take a look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly. For Louisville, this season would…

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Ivy League: Harvard Starts with Momentum, UPenn Stole It Away

During playoffs for any sport, it is well-documented that anything can happen. In the past, we have seen sub-par teams defeat top-seeded ones for national championships. In the Ivy League women’s lacrosse championship, this could not have been less true. As most people expected and predicted, the final for this conference featured Princeton and Penn, the two best teams in the league. Penn came into the game with a 12-4…

May 5, 2014
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NCAA Women’s Power Rankings: Maryland On Top

May 2, 2014

Maryland (19-1)—The best team in all of NCAA women’s lacrosse, Maryland has more than one reason to win this year’s championship. Each player has the competitive nature that drives them to win, but with the championship taking place in their home state, they will definitely be playing extra hard to make it to the big game. Florida (15-2)—The Gators face John Hopkins tonight, where they hope to get one last…

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Cannons Take Opener Against Bayhawks

In their season opener, the Boston Cannons left no quarter in an impressive 15-9 win over the Chesapeake Bayhawks. Both offensively and defensively, the Cannons played a complete game, exposing some sloppy passing and inconsistent offense on behalf of the Bayhawks. The first quarter of the game remained fairly close at just 2-0 in favor of the Cannons, but the adjustments made by Boston rendered too much for Chesapeake, who…

April 28, 2014
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Women’s Power Rankings: Maryland Leads

April 17, 2014

1. Maryland (15-1)—Entering the final game of the season, Maryland is still just a one-loss team, setting them up for what they hope is a winning run in the playoffs. 2. Florida (14-2)—The Gators have won six straight games, making them one of the strongest teams in the league this season, and one of the hottest teams right now. Their last regular season game will be against Northwestern on April 19. 3. Massachusetts…

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Women’s Power Rankings: Four Undefeated Teams

March 21, 2014

North Carolina (9-0)—Carolina is still dominating the field, but this Saturday will face Boston College; a surging team with an explosive offense and solid defense. This will be the first real test for the Tarheel’s in weeks, who hope to end Week 10 undefeated. Maryland (9-0)—Maryland has become an absolute force this season, and cruising for the next couple of weeks seems likely, as they prepare to face sub-par teams….

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NCAA Preview: Hartford vs. Quinnipiac

March 11, 2014

This Wednesday, the Quinnipiac Bobcats will make the short trip from Hamden to Hartford, Connecticut to take on the Hartford Hawks in midweek collegiate lacrosse action. Both teams are currently sitting one game below .500 and could each even out their record with a win come Wednesday. Hartford is coming off of a tough 10-11 loss against Siena this past Saturday, a game that saw four overtimes and undoubtedly fatigued…

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NCAA: Yale Looks to Stay Undefeated, Takes On Fairfield

March 7, 2014

This Saturday, Yale will take on Fairfield on the road for their third regular season game. For Yale, a win would continue their undefeated opening to the season, while for Fairfield a win would place them above .500 on the season for the first time since Week 3. Comparing 2014 statistics is difficult at this time because Fairfield has played twice as many games as Yale. Currently, the Bulldogs are…

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