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  • National lacrosse roundup: Pannell lifts Cornell, is now Big Red's leading all-time scorer

    Rob Pannell had two goals and an assist to become No. 2 host Cornell men's lacrosse program's all-time leading scorer in a 10-5 victory over No. 9 Penn on Saturday at Schoellkopf Field. With the win, the No. 2 Big Red improve to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the...
  • Notebook: Loyola's Herreweyers, Fletcher earn ECAC honors

    Notebook: Loyola's Herreweyers, Fletcher earn ECAC honors
    Loyola freshman attackman Zach Herreweyers and junior defenseman Joe Fletcher were named the ECAC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, after helping the Greyhounds to a pair of road victories. It marked the second week in a row...
  • Automatic qualifiers valuable and necessary for college lacrosse

    Automatic qualifiers valuable and necessary for college lacrosse
    As the 2013 NCAA men’s basketball tournament continues, a couple prominent voices have proposed changing how the field of 68 is composed. Former Maryland coach Gary Williams and ESPN analyst Jay Bilas have suggested eliminating automatic...
  • Superlatives for Maryland's 2013 football class

    Superlatives for Maryland's 2013 football class
    One man's opinion on the potential of Maryland's 2013 football commitments. Post your takes below. Most wanted: Given to the most heavily recruited Maryland commitments. OFFENSE Derwin Gray – Friendship Collegiate Academy, offensive lineman,...
  • Atlantic Sun to add men's lacrosse in spring 2014, earn AQ

    Atlantic Sun to add men's lacrosse in spring 2014, earn AQ
    The Atlantic Sun Conference will debut men’s lacrosse as an NCAA Division I championship sport in the spring of 2014, adding its third new sport in as many years and the 20th overall to its roster. The conference will feature Jacksonville, Mercer,...
  • Q&A with ESPN's Quint Kessenich

    Q&A with ESPN's Quint Kessenich
    ESPN analyst Quint Kessenich will be on hand to provide color commentary on No. 3 Maryland’s visit with No. 12 Duke on Saturday at 11 a.m. The former Johns Hopkins All-American goalkeeper, who can be followed on Twitter via @QKessenich, discussed...
  • Kenyatta Smith standing tall for Harvard

    Kenyatta Smith standing tall for Harvard
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Kenyatta Smith (Flintridge Prep, 2011) Harvard basketball sophomore: Smith was arguably the most monumental presence in Flintridge Prep basketball lore, leading the Rebels to the...
  • Navy recruiting hits Orlando, football style

    Navy recruiting hits Orlando, football style
    It takes a special breed to be considered worthy of the U.S. Naval Academy. Commitment, sacrifice and perseverance are key attributes. It also helps if you are a darn good football player. Nate Ozdemir is certainly the type. "I've been playing G.I....
  • Women's college lacrosse: UMBC uses 8-0 second-half run to upset No. 18 Drexel, 14-8

    UMBC (4-2) scored 11 second-half goals punctuated by an 8-0 run to break the game open and upset No. 18 Drexel on Saturday, 14-8. The visiting Dragons (5-1) took a 3-1 lead before Alyssa Semones (Westminster) scored two of her four goals in 16 seconds to...
  • National lacrosse: No. 1 Notre Dame upset at home by St. John's, 12-10

    St. John's started a 4-0 run late in the first quarter and built a lead that top-ranked Notre Dame couldn't overcome. Kevin Cernuto led the way with four goals and three assists as the unranked Red Storm (7-2, 2-1 Big East) upset the host Fighting Irish,...
  • With three games left in regular season, William and Mary already in playoff mode

    With three games left in regular season, William and Mary already in playoff mode
    WILLIAMSBURG — Two weeks ago, the prognosis was grim. William and Mary's football team had just lost convincingly at Maine, its worst performance of the season, and an already thorny schedule was about to get cruel and unusual. Now look. Riding...