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  • Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 1 Notre Dame edges No. 2 UNC; No. 3 Terps rally, win in OT

     Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 1 Notre Dame edges No. 2 UNC; No. 3 Terps rally, win in OT
    Matt Kavanagh scored the game-winning goal with seven seconds left to lift No. 1 Notre Dame over No. 2 North Carolina, 15-14, on Saturday.
  • College Roundup: Navy sweeps Lehigh in baseball

    College Roundup: Navy sweeps Lehigh in baseball
    NAVY BASEBALL: The Mids swept a doubleheader from Lehigh on Saturday in Patriot League action. In game one, Navy (29-13, 10-4 PL) got a one-hit, 11 strikeout performance from junior left-hander Luke Gillingham in a 4-0 victory before the Mids' bats...

    College Roundup: Washington College sweeps in softball

    College Roundup: Washington College sweeps in softball
    WASHINGTON COLLEGE SOFTBALL: The Shorewomen swept Ursinus, opening with a 6-0 win and taking the nightcap, 6-3. Caitlyn Kirby (Glen Burnie) and Clare Hofstedt (Severna Park) each had two hits for Washington (11-13). MARYLAND WOMEN'S LACROSSE: The No....

    College roundup: Navy defender Fennell named national lacrosse player of week

    NAVY MEN'S LACROSSE: Adding to his list of honors this week, Navy sophomore defenseman Chris Fennell has been named the National Player of the Week after receiving 34 percent of a public vote via Inside Lacrosse. Fennell, who was named the Patriot...

    As Lincoln's death marked, tomb's caretakers face setbacks, criticism

    As Lincoln's death marked, tomb's caretakers face setbacks, criticism
    Caretakers of Abraham Lincoln's tomb are on the defensive over an unflattering critique in National Geographic magazine and looming budget cuts that could threaten management of the historic site, even as they commemorate the 150th anniversary of the U.S....