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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Donahue's last-minute goal lifts top seed Syracuse past Yale, 7-6

    Dylan Donahue scored just one goal, but it might have been the most important one of the season for the Syracuse men's lacrosse team. The redshirt freshman attackman converted a feed from senior midfielder JoJo Marasco with 13 seconds left in the fourth...
  • Stevenson tops Salisbury, 12-6, to advance to Division III men's title game

    Stevenson tops Salisbury, 12-6, to advance to Division III men's title game
    In a year when the Stevenson men's lacrosse team had already achieved its first 20-win season, it only seemed fitting that the Mustangs would get to enjoy another breakthrough: their first trip to the national title game. Senior attackman Tyler Reid and...
  • Despite loss, Salisbury defied doubters en route to final four appearance

    Despite loss, Salisbury defied doubters en route to final four appearance
    This was supposed to be the year that Salisbury fell from the top of the Division III mountain – hard. After graduation had sapped the team of six starters, two more 20-goal scorers and two short-stick defensive midfielders, the team limped to a 1-2...
  • Denver not budging on goalie rotation for national semifinal vs. Syracuse

    Denver not budging on goalie rotation for national semifinal vs. Syracuse
    Hardly anyone would second-guess Denver coach Bill Tierney if he elected to start Saturday’s NCAA tournament semifinal against top-seeded Syracuse with junior goalkeeper Jamie Faus in the cage rather than opening with sophomore Ryan LaPlante as he...
  • Patient Syracuse will not shy away from its run-and-gun past vs. Denver

    Patient Syracuse will not shy away from its run-and-gun past vs. Denver
    Of the four teams left in the NCAA tournament semifinals, it is top-seeded Syracuse – the architect of a Division I-best 10 national championships – that is bringing up the rear in the offense department. The Orange are averaging 11.7...
  • Could experience give Salisbury the advantage vs. Dickinson?

    Could experience give Salisbury the advantage vs. Dickinson?
    Dickinson, the top seed in the South region, will make only its second appearance in a NCAA tournament quarterfinal when Salisbury visits Carlisle, Pa., on Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Sea Gulls, a 10-time national champion, will play in their 16th...
  • Q&A with UMES men's basketball coach Frankie Allen

    Q&A with UMES men's basketball coach Frankie Allen
    After four seasons in Princess Anne, UMES coach Frankie AllenĀ  admits that he thought his program would be further along by now. The Hawks went 7-23 during the 2011-12 season, giving Allen a record of 34-89 at UMES. But Allen, the former Virginia Tech,...
  • From bubble resident to third seed in NCAA tournament, Ohio State enjoying the ride

    From bubble resident to third seed in NCAA tournament, Ohio State enjoying the ride
    When the 16-team bracket for the NCAA tournament was unveiled Sunday night, Ohio State scooped up the third seed, leapfrogging teams like Eastern College Athletic Conference rival Denver and Atlantic Coast Conference tournament champion North Carolina for...
  • Loyola will leave MAAC for Patriot League starting in 2013-14

    Loyola will leave MAAC for Patriot League starting in 2013-14
    Coming off its most successful athletic year in school history, Loyola announced Wednesday that it will be leaving the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference after more than 20 years to join the Patriot League beginning in 2013-14. The decision to leave...
  • Navy's DePompeo a specialist in field intelligence

    Navy's DePompeo a specialist in field intelligence
    Working in naval intelligence seems a perfect fit for Jasmine DePompeo's first assignment when she graduates later this month from the Naval Academy. For years, she's seen things on the lacrosse field that others don't pick up on. The playmaker for...
  • With repeat title in sights, Loyola has chance to join elite club

    With repeat title in sights, Loyola has chance to join elite club
    Only five programs have repeated as national champion – most recently in 2009 when Syracuse collected back-to-back NCAA titles. Loyola may have been one of the last teams to earn an at-large berth in the upcoming NCAA tournament, but the team has...
  • Previewing the 2012 edition of The Sweet 16

    Previewing the 2012 edition of The Sweet 16
    We’re less than two months away from the start of college basketball season, which means that it’s time to begin the second annual Sweet 16. For those who missed it last year, The Sweet 16 is my list of Baltimore’s top college...