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  • Roundup: No. 1 Terps roll again, defeat No. 15 James Madison in women's lacrosse, 14-10

    Roundup: No. 1 Terps roll again, defeat No. 15 James Madison in women's lacrosse, 14-10
    Zoe Stukenberg (Marriotts Ridge) scored four times as the top-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team (9-0) defeated visiting No. 15 James Madison, 14-10, on Saturday afternoon. "Give credit to James Madison. They're a team that doesn't quit and never...
  • Roundup: No. 3 Notre Dame shuts out No. 15 Ohio State, 9-0, in men's lacrosse

    Roundup: No. 3 Notre Dame shuts out No. 15 Ohio State, 9-0, in men's lacrosse
    The No. 3 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team posted its second shutout in school history, and it took only 31 years. Behind goalkeepers Shane Doss and Conor Kelly, the Fighting Irish won, 9-0, over visiting No. 15 Ohio State on Saturday. Notre Dame's only...
  • Princeton wins in front of President Obama

    The Princeton women's basketball team earned a historic victory in front of President Barack Obama. UConn rolled in its opener and another 11 seed pulled off an upset. Such was the second day of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The Tigers' first...
  • No major upsets in opening day of women's NCAA Tournament

    The top seeds in the women's NCAA Tournament were paying attention to the major upsets on the men's opening day. While some of the women's hosts had scares, the top teams survived the opening round. Duke had the most trouble of any host, needing a 3-...
  • With Obama on hand, Princeton beats Green Bay 80-70 in NCAAs

    It's not that Princeton coach Courtney Banghart was unimpressed to see President Barack Obama in the stands, just a few rows away. It's that Banghart was more concerned with making sure her Tigers — including Obama's niece, a freshman forward &#...
  • More ECAC Disappointment For Quinnipiac

    LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — This time, it was an atrocious first period, a valiant comeback not being quite enough, the absence of the leading scorer due to injury and the early departure of another top forward due to a controversial penalty. Every year...
  • Arkansas hangs on to beat Wofford 56-53, avoid 5-seed woes

    Arkansas surely knows about Wofford now. Michael Qualls scored 20 points, Southeastern Conference player of the year Bobby Portis added 15 points and 13 rebounds, and the fifth-seeded Razorbacks held off the No. 12 seed Terriers 56-53 in the NCAA...
  • North Carolina holds off Harvard 67-65 in NCAA Tournament

    North Carolina was supposed to be too big, talented and versatile, and at times the Tar Heels lived up to their pregame billing. It was just enough to squeak by Harvard, one tough out in the NCAA Tournament. Justin Jackson hit a tying jumper in the...
  • NCAA tournament roundup: Day 1

    NCAA tournament roundup: Day 1
    Check here for game updates from the NCAA tournament and other March Madness coverage. Alabama-Birmingham 60, Iowa State 59: Third-seeded Iowa State lost to 14-seed Alabama-Birmingham 60-59. UAB fought back from a 12-2 deficit early to build a 31-28...
  • UNC survives Harvard 67-65 in NCAA Tournament

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. North Carolina's season lived on but barely with a 67-65 victory against Harvard that wasn't decided until the final shot and until the final seconds had expired, allowing the Tar Heels to exhale, finally, and advance in the NCAA...
  • This season, the trend is top offenses, big numbers

    This season, the trend is top offenses, big numbers
    Scoring seems to be way up this season. You can feel it. And I love it. Brown, Syracuse, North Carolina, Duke, Princeton, Albany and Cornell are just some of the teams lighting up scoreboards. Lacrosse is cyclical. The new movement is toward offense....