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  • NCC weathers storm in softball, but can't rally past Lake Forest

    NCC weathers storm in softball, but can't rally past Lake Forest
    With the season on the line in the NCAA Division III regionals at Lake Forest, North Central College's softball team sat through a weather delay Friday. As a result, the Cardinals had to pick the game back up in the seventh inning Saturday with a runner...
  • Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman comfortable with four straight one-goal wins

    Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman comfortable with four straight one-goal wins
    After winning their first nine games by an average margin of seven goals, Maryland has scored four straight victories by one goal each. The Terps (13-3), the No. 6 seed in the NCAA Division I tournament, captured their fourth consecutive win by one goal...
  • Area lacrosse products earn NCAA honors for Rollins

    Area lacrosse products earn NCAA honors for Rollins
    Lake Highland Prep grad Tyler Thomas and Lake Brantley alum Chelsea Pinneke were the two Rollins College players selected to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association NCAA D-II All-South Region team for 2015. Thomas, a a junior...
  • After slow first half, Terps women's lacrosse rolls over Northwestern, 17-5

    After slow first half, Terps women's lacrosse rolls over Northwestern, 17-5
    It took Maryland a half to get warmed up in Sunday's NCAA quarterfinal women's lacrosse game, but a blistering finish showed why the defending champion Terps are the No. 1 seed in the tournament. After a slow-paced — and sometimes sloppy —...
  • Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse stays aggressive, upsets Syracuse to advance to semis

    Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse stays aggressive, upsets Syracuse to advance to semis
    The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team defied the odds, history and its own tendencies. The Blue Jays pulled off the upset of the NCAA Division I tournament by holding off No. 2 seed Syracuse, 16-15, before an announced 10,235 in a quarterfinal Sunday at...
  • Joining Big Ten gave Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse this NCAA semifinal opportunity

    Joining Big Ten gave Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse this NCAA semifinal opportunity
    Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala didn't talk about vindication, but he didn't need to because the evidence spoke for itself. Nearly two years ago when the Blue Jays announced they were going to join the Big Ten Conference after 130 years...
  • Navy denied Patriot League baseball title

    Navy denied Patriot League baseball title
    A school-record 37th victory on Sunday still wasn't enough to land the Navy baseball team a berth in the NCAA tournament. That privilege belongs to Lehigh University, which defeated the top-seeded Mids, 4-3, in the third and deciding game of their...
  • Maryland men's lacrosse dictates tempo, upsets No. 3 North Carolina

    Maryland men's lacrosse dictates tempo, upsets No. 3 North Carolina
    It was obvious from the outset that Sunday's showdown between North Carolina and Maryland would come down to which team could dictate its style of play and pace. The Terps turned in a textbook example of slowing the tempo and the result was a...
  • Two-Sport Athlete Donnie Cimino Led By Example At Wesleyan

    HARWICH, Mass. — Senior center fielder and team captain Donnie Cimino was the only Wesleyan player with more than one hit Friday night as the Cardinals were eliminated from the Division III NCAA Tournament New England Region with a 4-1 loss to MIT....
  • Jack Del Rio compares Deflategate to NCAA 'overreaction' on USC sanctions

    Jack Del Rio compares Deflategate to NCAA 'overreaction' on USC sanctions
    Count Oakland Raiders Coach Jack Del Rio among those who've criticized the NFL for making too big of a fuss over the Deflategate controversy. Speaking before his induction into the USC Athletics Hall of Fame in Los Angeles on Saturday, Del Rio drew...
  • FSU, Miami buck trend and see increase in attendance in 2014

    FSU, Miami buck trend and see increase in attendance in 2014
      Florida State and Miami bucked the national trend as both schools saw an increase in attendance at college football games in 2014 according to the latest data provided by the NCAA. In seven home games last season, Florida State totaled 575,478...