When Lloyd Carter steps on the field Saturday morning at Carroll Park, he will have flashbacks of many other days spent there.
As a former head coach at Northwestern High in the late 1990s, he and City coach Anthony Ryan spent a lot of time working with young African-Americans to develop and spread the game of lacrosse.
Nothing has changed much through the years.
Carter, 58, is returning to the city as head coach of Hampton University, the first team at a historically black college or university to play at the Division I level.
Carter and his Hampton players, in conjunction with Charm City Youth lacrosse, will hold a clinic to teach skills, run scrimmages and...