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  • Roundup: No. 1 Terps rout Rutgers, 17-5, in women's lacrosse

    Roundup: No. 1 Terps rout Rutgers, 17-5, in women's lacrosse
    Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) scored five goals to power top-ranked Maryland past Rutgers, 17-5, on Saturday. The Terps improved to 12-0 and 2-0 in the Big Ten Conference; the Scarlet Knights fell to 1-12, 0-2. The host Terps' 17 goals tied the team's...
  • Jeff Jacobs: UConn Vs. N.D. Perfect Ending For Tournament

    Jeff Jacobs: UConn Vs. N.D. Perfect Ending For Tournament
    TAMPA, Fla. —Notre Dame is the only team in the nation that can score enough points to have any chance to beat UConn on Tuesday night. So for those outside the borders of a tiny New England state, getting Notre Dame into the national championship...
  • Women's Final Four matchups: Who has the edge?

    Women's Final Four matchups: Who has the edge?
    (1) Notre Dame (35-2) vs. (1) South Carolina (34-2) 5:30 p.m. Sunday, ESPN Offense: After a sensational regular season and ACC tournament, Jewell Loyd has struggled in the NCAA tourney, shooting just 35 percent (0-for-8 on threes). Point guard Lindsay...
  • No. 4 North Carolina runs away from No. 8 Virginia, 10-6, in men's lacrosse

    No. 4 North Carolina runs away from No. 8 Virginia, 10-6, in men's lacrosse
    No. 4 North Carolina went on a 6-1 run over 25 minutes in the second half to pull away from No. 8 Virginia, 10-6. Joey Sankey had four goals for the Tar Heels (11-1, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). The host Cavaliers fell to 8-3, 0-3. Virginia's Greg...
  • Regional Digest: No. 1 Trinity Beats No. 2 Hamilton In Women's Lacrosse

    No. 1 Trinity Beats No. 2 Hamilton Junior midfielder Martha Griffin and first-year attacker Abby McInerney scored four times each Saturday to lead top-ranked Trinity (10-1, 6-1 NESCAC) to a 15-7 victory over No. 2 Hamilton (8-2, 4-2) in a women's...
  • Coaching changes sure to be central at Nike event in Hampton next weekend

     Coaching changes sure to be central at Nike event in Hampton next weekend
    Six years ago, Virginia hired Tony Bennett as its basketball coach. He replaced Dave Leitao, whom the Cavaliers fired four seasons after luring him from DePaul. Bennett's first hire at Virginia was Ritchie McKay, who relocated to Charlottesville after two...
  • UConn Shot-Blocker Amida Brimah Named AAC's Top Defender

    UConn Shot-Blocker Amida Brimah Named AAC's Top Defender
    STORRS — UConn's Amida Brimah was voted the American Athletic Conference defensive player of the year in a vote of league coaches. Brimah, who had 101 blocks, averaged 3.4, second to Memphis' Austin Nichols for the league lead and third in NCAA...
  • Philly Flavor At Women's Final Four: Cheesesteaks, Anyone?

    Philly Flavor At Women's Final Four: Cheesesteaks, Anyone?
    The coaches will represent Connecticut, South Carolina, and Notre Dame in Tampa, but there will be a distinct Philadelphia flavor to the Final Four. Geno Auriemma and Muffet McGraw grew up in the Philadelphia area. Auriemma's first coaching job was as...
  • College lacrosse Games of the Week

    College lacrosse Games of the Week
    No. 1 Notre Dame (6-1) at No. 7 Duke (7-3) When: Saturday, 5 p.m. Outlook: This is a rematch of the 2010 and 2014 NCAA tournament title games – both of which the Blue Devils won. But this is not last year's squad, as Duke is 0-2 in the...
  • UConn women not looking past opposition in Final Four

    Four No. 1 seeds are in the Final Four of the women's NCAA Tournament for only the third time, yet there's still a distinctive feel it's really two-time defending champion Connecticut's title to lose. Notre Dame, South Carolina and Maryland merely are a...
  • Instead of sparking a revival, DePaul falls for old flame Dave Leitao

    Instead of sparking a revival, DePaul falls for old flame Dave Leitao
    Before introducing basketball coach Dave Leitao during Monday's news conference at the DePaul Student Center, embattled athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto apologized for being 10 minutes behind schedule. Or was that 10 years? Once she finally...