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  • Inside Lacrosse: Across the nation

    • Former Calvert Hall player and current Boston Cannon Kevin Buchanan has signed a multi-year endorsement deal with Brine. "Brine is an iconic brand within the lacrosse industry," Buchanan said. • Add Penn coach Mike Murphy to the list of...
  • It's championship week in college lacrosse

    Championship week is here. Win or go home. There are five automatic bids on the line this weekend. Bucknell can exhale, having won the Patriot League last Sunday. The final pieces of the puzzle will fall into place, and the 16-team NCAA tournament will be...
  • College lacrosse men's and women's players of the week

    College lacrosse men's and women's players of the week
    MEN Niko Amato, Maryland Freshman, Conshohocken, Pa., goalkeeper Amato was instrumental in propelling the unseeded Terps to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. Amato turned aside a game-high 13 shots in Maryland's 13-6 victory over No. 8 seed...
  • Sowell wastes no time in accepting job as Navy men's lacrosse coach

    Rick Sowell says that Navy contacted him about the vacant men's lacrosse head coaching job "about four or five days ago." And after meeting with athletic director Chet Gladchuk and other school officials, visiting the campus in Annapolis, and touring...
  • Former McDonogh tennis star Sidney set to bring his passion to Cornell

    Former McDonogh tennis star Sidney set to bring his passion to Cornell
    Match point. Say those two words to McDonogh's recently graduated tennis standout Alex Sidney and his eyes light up and a smile quickly takes over the rest of his face. The two words answer many questions. Why do you train almost every summer day...
  • Fitzpatrick, Bills a good union

    Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Bills is from Harvard, and that makes him unique. He's the only quarterback from that school to become an NFL starter. But there's a common, everyman side to this son of a rocket scientist, and not just because he proposed to...
  • Football: First-team offense

    Football: First-team offense
    Thomas Stuart Calvert Hall, quarterback, junior • Gutsy 5-foot-11, 165-pound offensive general not afraid to take a beating • First-year starter after transferring from Good Counsel; 136-for-210 passing for 1,978 yards, 15 touchdowns,...
  • Women's lacrosse AQ shuffle impacts Towson, Navy

    Women's lacrosse AQ shuffle impacts Towson, Navy
    Each year, Division I women’s lacrosse shuffles its automatic qualifiers and play-in games based on final RPIs, and this year those changes could most affect Towsonand Navy locally. The winner of Towson’s conference, the Colonial Athletic...
  • Women's bracket could expand to 24 in 2013

    The NCAADivision I women’s lacrosse tournament bracket could expand from 16 to 24 teams possibly as early as 2013, a move that would eliminate most play-in games. D’Ann Keller, associate director of championships and alliances for the NCAA,...
  • Field hockey: All-Metro First Team

    Field hockey: All-Metro First Team
    Brooke Adler Garrison Forest, forward, junior •Lives and breathes hockey; team's leader in assists (11), second-leading scorer (14) •Incredible stick skills and dodging ability •Carries a 4.0 GPA and is a two-time All-Metro first-...
  • Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others

    Hall of Fame inductees share their love of sport with others
    The Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 1997. Tara Everly, Joan Lovelace, Erica McCauley, Alisha Mosley and Elise Ray join the 59 men and women who have previously been inducted. Everly was a three-sport athlete at Oakland...
  • Penn men lead early, then fall to Cornell, 16-11

    Penn launched itself to a 7-2 lead early in the second quarter, but No. 3 Cornell outscored the Quakers (1-5, 0-2 Ivy League) 8-0 in the final period to win, 16-11, Saturday at Franklin Field. After entering the fourth trailing 11-8, the Big Red (6-1, 2-...