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  • Syracuse defeats Duke in men's lacrosse, 15-14, for first ACC tournament title

    Syracuse defeats Duke in men's lacrosse, 15-14, for first ACC tournament title
    Third-seeded Syracuse (11-2) overcame a slow start and held on late to beat fourth-seeded Duke, 15-14, and win the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship Sunday at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. With the No. 4 Orange (11-2) leading 15-12 with three minutes remaining, the No. 6 Blue Devils' Thomas Zenker and Myles Jones scored in a span of 24 seconds to make it a one-goal game with 2:32 remaining. But Syracuse kept the Blue Devils (11-5) from scoring the equalizer and claimed its first ACC title in its second year in the league. Kevin Rice, Randy Staats and Nicky Galasso led the way for the Orange with three goals apiece. Rice finished with four assists and tournament Most Valuable Player honors. Jack Bruckner led all Duke scorers with five goals, while Jones finished with three goals and two assists.
  • College lacrosse roundup: Duke men defeat No. 1 Irish

    College lacrosse roundup: Duke men defeat No. 1 Irish
    Case Matheis had a career-high four goals to help lead No. 6 Duke to a 13-8 upset of No. 1 Notre Dame on Friday in an Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse semifinal at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. The Blue Devils (11-4) went on a 10-2 run over the...

    Virginia faces challenges in ACC, ranks No. 125 in countdown

    Virginia faces challenges in ACC, ranks No. 125 in countdown
    Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1...

    UM infielder David Thompson overcomes health scare, thrives with 'Canes

    CORAL GABLES — The first indication something might be wrong came not on the field or in the weight room, but on day off last spring when David Thompson opted to hop on his bike for some exercise. His ride felt routine, like countless others,...

    Thursday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Tides hold off Gwinnett, improve to 9-6

    MINOR-LEAGUE BASEBALL: International League: The Norfolk Tides built a four-run lead and held on to beat Gwinnett 4-3 Thursday in a matinee at Harbor Park. Nolan Reimold and Rey Navarro belted two-run homers off Matt Wisler for the Tides (9-6),...