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  • Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 2 Notre Dame defeats No. 1 Orange in double OT

    Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 2 Notre Dame defeats No. 1 Orange in double OT
    Jack Near gave the No. 2 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team its biggest lead in regulation and the game-winner in double overtime as the host Fighting Irish dethroned No. 1 Syracuse, 13-12, on Saturday.
  • Basketball built Cohen-Mintz toward hospitality business

    YIFAT, Israel — Couples of all ages are enjoying Valentine's Day desserts and dinners when Uri Cohen-Mintz walks into a restaurant here and takes a seat by the window. He gazes at several patrons and then down at their plates, as if taking mental...

    Midseason grades for men's lacrosse

    Midseason grades for men's lacrosse
    It's time to hand out midterm grades for the men's college lacrosse season, and two perennial powers in the state are at opposite ends of the spectrum. Maryland's defense earned an A-plus for it's dominant first half, but Johns Hopkins — staring...

    Women's lacrosse roundup: No. 17 Loyola wins fifth straight, 12-8

    Women's lacrosse roundup: No. 17 Loyola wins fifth straight, 12-8
    Taryn Van Thof had a hat trick and No. 17 Loyola Maryland won its fifth straight game, beating visiting Georgetown, 12-8, Wednesday night. Kara Burke (Dulaney) and Annie Thomas (John Carroll) added two goals each for the Greyhounds (6-4). Hannah...

    Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought

    Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought
    Absent remarkable stamina, a forgiving boss, Dan Patrick’s man cave and Jerry Lucas’ memory, absorbing the NCAA tournament’s 48-games-in-four days opening salvo borders on impossible. You simply need some time to process it all before...