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Postscript from High Point vs. Towson men's lacrosse

Postscript from High Point vs. Towson men's lacrosse

Since Towson began play in the Colonial Athletic Association, Alec Burckley has won 60.1 percent (86-of-143) of his faceoffs and scooped up 51 ground balls. But the sophomore doesn’t have much of an explanation for his recent surge. “Nothing’s really changed,” he said after the No. 18 Tigers’ 10-8 victory over High Point in a NCAA tournament play-in game at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson Wednesday night. “I feel like I’m timing the whistle a little bit better. Just working hard in practice. Our wings are doing a tremendous job, giving me space and picking up the ball. As a unit, I just feel that we’ve come together at this part of the...

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