Johns Hopkins coach Dave Pietramala said after his team's 12-11 loss to Maryland in the NCAA mens' Division I semi-finals that he wasn't good at putting things in perspective, but actually he does get the big picture.
A few years ago, a close friend of mine and assistant lacrosse coach, the late Terry Kimball, used to marvel at Jay Carlson, currently a senior attackman at the University of Maryland. Kimball had seen Carlson play in the recreation leagues for years and admired Carlson for having a "nose" for...
The fastest game on two feet has come to a slowdown again.
It's always great to see new teams emerge in lacrosse.
I like the way Maryland lacrosse coach John Tillman is downplaying the Terps' 14-7 win against North Carolina in the quarterfinals as they prepare for Johns Hopkins Saturday.
This is the first time the NCAA Division I mens' lacrosse champion will probably come from the West or Midwest region of the country.
Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala didn't talk about vindication, but he didn't need to because the evidence spoke for itself.
Johns Hopkins offensive coordinator Bobby Benson has watched the video of last week's 19-7 win against Virginia, and there were a lot of great things to see.