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  • Season-opening win vs. Hofstra right remedy for Princeton

    Princeton’s comeback tour got off to a good start last Saturday as the Tigers defeated Hofstra, 12-6. It was a resounding beginning for a program that had lost five players to season-ending injuries and had 15 players deal with various aches and...
  • The week ahead in state men's lacrosse

    The week ahead in state men's lacrosse
    No. 2 Johns Hopkins (3-0) Coming up: At Princeton, Friday, 5 p.m.; Vs. Manhattan, Tuesday, 3:30 p.m. Comment: The Blue Jays are 54-27 against the Tigers, but Princeton has won the past three meetings. Can the first midfield of John Ranagan, John Greeley...
  • Late in the game, Lehigh pulls past No. 4 North Carolina, 9-8

    Dante Fantoni scored the go-ahead goal, his second, to start a 3-0 run and Adam Johnston added the eventual game-winner with 2:52 left as visiting Lehigh upset No. 4 North Carolina, 9-8, Saturday. The host Tar Heels (4-1) took a 3-2 lead after the...
  • Cornell leaning towards starting West in net

    It appears there’s a frontrunner in the competition to be Cornell’s starting goalkeeper. Sophomore Andrew West has started in each of the No. 3 Big Red’s past two contests, and he has registered a 6.00 goals-against average and a .571...
  • Lax roundup: No. 18 Princeton men upset No. 9 Villanova

    Jeff Froccaro and Tom Schreiber were held scoreless Saturday at the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic in Baltimore. Three days later, things changed. Froccaro and Schreiber had five goals each — a career high for both — as visiting No. 18...
  • 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-...
  • Quint Kessenich: Time for a midseason mailbag

    Quint Kessenich: Time for a midseason mailbag
    With conference play heating up, and April — a month that's all about improvement — on the doorstep, I solicited questions on Twitter (@QKessenich) to see what's on people's minds.   National College Lacrosse League @NCLLax: If QK can change...
  • Looking at the college hoops transfers from Baltimore, DI schools in Maryland

    Looking at the college hoops transfers from Baltimore, DI schools in Maryland
    CBSSports.com’s Jeff Goodman posted his amazingly comprehensive Division I basketball transfer list this morning. With 300-plus names and counting, there were sure to be tons of local guys mentioned. Sure enough, eight players from the Baltimore...
  • Roundup: No. 5 Terps women top Princeton, 15-9, behind Aust

    Alex Aust recorded a career-high 10 points Wednesday, including a school-record six assists, as No. 5 Maryland beat host Princeton, 15-9. Aust led Maryland (12-3) in goals with four and was backed up by a trio of hat tricks from Katie Schwarzmann,...
  • Towson men, women to take part in Play for Parkinson's tournament

    Towson men, women to take part in Play for Parkinson's tournament
    The Towson University men’s and women’s lacrosse teams will participate in the Play for Parkinson’s tournament on Oct. 6 and 7 at Episcopal High in Alexandria, Va. The two-day event brings together 11 Division I men’s and women&...
  • Brown men ruin top-ranked Cornell's Senior Day, 10-9

    Sam Hurster got open in front of the net with 4.7 seconds left and finished off the upset as Brown beat top-ranked host Cornell, 10-9, at Schoellkopf Field. The Bears improved to 6-7, 2-3 Ivy League, while the Big Red dropped to 9-2, 4-1. The loss...
  • Quint Kessenich: Pannell's future is biggest mystery in college lacrosse

    Quint Kessenich: Pannell's future is biggest mystery in college lacrosse
    Cornell's Rob Pannell was the 2011 National Player of the Year, scoring more than five points per game. This season was supposed to be his coronation as he led Cornell to its first NCAA title since 1977. But a broken foot suffered March 3 has put the...