NCAA Season Preview: THE Ohio State Buckeyes

February 4, 2015

The Buckeyes are gearing up for their inaugural appearance in the Big Ten.  They had a decent showing in the ECAC last season, ending 6-7 overall. Even with the loss of  two valuable seniors, Joe Muerer on defense and Greg Dutton in goal, the Buckeyes still look to the 2015 season with hope and determination. The scarlet and grey have chosen their captains to lead them to victory this season,…

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Penn State Gears Up for Blue and White Scrimmage

September 11, 2014

The Nittany Lions are gearing up for their annual Friends and Family Weekend that kicks off with a “Blue and White” scrimmage on Friday night in Happy Valley.  This is going to be an exciting weekend for the team, as they get to display what they have been practicing since the spring season ended, and it will be a great opportunity to get the students and fans involved early-on in…

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BIG10 Update: Players Shine in FIL Play, What to Expect Next Season

July 30, 2014

Before BIG10 Lacrosse fans know it, rosters will be finalized, practices will begin, and the season will be in full swing. One of the most exciting things to happen during the off season, is the FIL championships, and the appearances made by some former BIG10 players for the US and Canadian teams. Jesse King of Ohio State competed for Team Canada. Team USA boasts their BIG10 talents: Michael Evans, Tucker…

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NCAA: America East 2014 Was Led by Albany

It was undoubtedly a great season for the NCAA, especially the America East Conference.  All of the teams showed off their strengths, and had some amazing games this season. Honorable mentions go to Binghamton, UMBC, Stonybrook, and Albany, who together completed the top four in the America East Conference.    Binghamton deservingly secured their second consecutive America East Championship Title this season.  For UMBC, Matt Gregoire tied his scoring record…

June 5, 2014
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Ivy League Showed Heightened Competition in 2014

It was a competitive season for the Ivy’s in the NCAA.  Honorable mentions go to Yale, Brown, Princeton, and Dartmouth. Penn, Cornell, and Harvard all had some championship worthy seasons and displayed great talent in the NCAA tournament.  They brought a new respect to the Ivy division, even though these three teams lost in the first round. The level of play each of those teams displayed in the tournament was…

May 31, 2014
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Maryland Women’s Team Captures Championship Trophy, Tops ‘Cuse

Maryland captured their 11th National Title Sunday night. There was a record-breaking 10,311 fans in attendance for Sunday’s match. The Terps had an extremely successful season, being ranked first or second in polls across the board. Syracuse also had a great season, and these two teams going head-to-head in the championship match was definitely a game to watch. Four of the five Tewaarton finalists took the field, Alyssa Murray and Kayla…

May 27, 2014
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NCAAW: UVA, ‘Cuse, Terps and Northwestern Prep For in Baltimore

May 20, 2014

Semifinals are upon the NCAA Women’s DI tournament. It’s been a great stretch of very competitive games and all of the teams played tremendously. Here’s who will be facing off in the semifinal matches set for Saturday at 5:00 and 7:30 in Towson, Md: Virginia and Syracuse will be facing off to earn a slot in the finals set for May 25. Virginia is making their first tournament appearance since…

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Women’s: Virginia, Duke, Louisville Advance

May 12, 2014

Virginia beat Princeton to move onto the quarterfinals this weekend.  Viriginia’s Courtney Swan has been a huge contributor all season, but she really proved her intensity in the first 10 minutes of the game by scoring three goals to attain a hat trick that would later evolve into Swan’s six-goal game. Virginia’s strong performance on Sunday is also due to Liz Colgan’s stellar performance in goal.  Virginia will move on…

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Drexel and Penn Meet in Philadelphia Rivalry

Who: Drexel (12-4) @ Upenn (11-3) Where: Philadelphia, PA when: Sunday  3pm Upenn will host Drexel for a backyard brawl this Sunday for the first round of the NCAA tournament. The two teams will be going head to head for the 30th time in each schools history. Penn leads the standings by holding wins for 21 of those games. The teams have not met since 2008, and this weekend’s matchup will be the first time…

May 10, 2014
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NCAA First Round: Greyhounds Host Great Danes

May 9, 2014

Who: Albany @ Loyola, MD Where: Baltimore, MD. When: Saturday, 12 pm. Albany and Loyola are heading to Baltimore to face off in the first round of the NCAA tournament this weekend. The Great Danes have a bit of a challenge in Loyola as they are the Patriot League Champion. The Greyhounds also have Junior attack Nikko Pontrello who holds a strong performance this season, raking in 50 goals so…

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