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  • Maryland's Katie Schwarzmann wins second straight Tewaaraton Award

    Maryland's Katie Schwarzmann wins second straight Tewaaraton Award
    Katie Schwarzmann became the fourth two-time winner of the Tewaaraton Award Thursday. The Maryland senior midfielder and Cornell's Rob Pannell were honored as the top players in collegiate lacrosse Thursday night at the 13th-annual award ceremony at...
  • Denver's Bill Tierney, Syracuse's John Desko part of evolution of coaches

    Denver's Bill Tierney, Syracuse's John Desko part of evolution of coaches
    When Bill Tierney helmed Princeton to all six of its national championships during his tenure there, the Tigers were renowned for a suffocating defensive scheme that at times strangled opponents into offensive futility. When John Desko replaced Syracuse...
  • Notebook: McDonogh's Michel among 7 sophomores removed from Harvard roster

    Notebook: McDonogh's Michel among 7 sophomores removed from Harvard roster
    Harvard's sophomore class took a big hit this past week, as seven players in that class are no longer on the team's roster. Defensemen Jack Breit and Stephen Jahelka; midfielders Sean Mahon, Keegan Michel (McDonogh) and Grove Stewart; and attackmen Matt...
  • Cornell's Rob Pannell: 'Someone can always stop you'

    Cornell's Rob Pannell: 'Someone can always stop you'
    Rob Pannell is smart enough – getting accepted to Cornell would seem to be plenty of proof of that – to realize that he is not invincible. Even as he has registered six goals and nine assists in two NCAA tournament games and is preparing the...
  • Notebook: Website creates video on Sticks for Soldiers fundraiser

    Notebook: Website creates video on Sticks for Soldiers fundraiser
    In November, more than 700 high school boys and girls lacrosse players on 46 teams — and over 400 adult volunteers, supporters, active military, alumni and spectators — came together to raise more than $65,000 for two severely wounded...
  • Meet Maryland linebacker commitment Jalen Brooks

    Meet Maryland linebacker commitment Jalen Brooks
    Feb. 6 will feature a dual celebration for Jalen Brooks. The North Gwinnett (Ga.) linebacker will turn 18 that day and sign his letter of intent to play football at Maryland. “It’ll definitely be pretty emotional,” Brooks said. “...
  • Loyola High grad Metzbower joins Greyhounds as assistant coach

    Loyola High grad Metzbower joins Greyhounds as assistant coach
    Baltimore native and Loyola High alumnus David Metzbower, a former Princeton associate head coach, has joined the Loyola men's lacrosse staff as an assistant, coach Charley Toomey announced Thursday. Metzbower will start with the defending national...
  • Meeting with new coach set stage for midfielder Schreiber's stardom

    Meeting with new coach set stage for midfielder Schreiber's stardom
    For three weeks in June 2009, Tom Schreiber was in a bit of limbo about his status as Princeton's most prized men's lacrosse recruit. Bill Tierney had just resigned as coach after 22 seasons, and Schreiber, a midfielder, was growing worried. Then...
  • No. 14 Princeton knocks off No. 5 Johns Hopkins at Homewood

    No. 14 Princeton knocks off No. 5 Johns Hopkins at Homewood
    Homefield advantage is not what it used to be in the rivalry between the Johns Hopkins and Princeton men's lacrosse teams. The No. 5 Blue Jays dropped an 11-8 decision to the No. 14 Tigers before an announced 2,352 at Homewood Field on Friday night....
  • Notebook: Buckeyes' Meurer, Haus among defenders tasked with guarding Pannell

    Notebook: Buckeyes' Meurer, Haus among defenders tasked with guarding Pannell
    The storyline heading into Maryland's first-round game against Cornell on Sunday dealt with who to match up against Rob Pannell. This week, there isn't as much speculation over who among Dominic Imbordino, Joe Meurer (McDonogh) and Robby Haus (Gilman)...
  • Women's lacrosse notebook: ACC rules the quarterfinals

    Women's lacrosse notebook: ACC rules the quarterfinals
    The Atlantic Coast Conference boasts more teams in the NCAA women's lacrosse quarterfinals than any other conference — No. 1 seed Maryland, No. 3 North Carolina, Duke and Virginia. Those teams have posted a .822 winning percentage against non-...
  • Cornell surprised about not getting seeded for NCAA tournament

    Cornell surprised about not getting seeded for NCAA tournament
    Despite getting upset by Princeton in the semifinals of the Ivy League tournament last Friday, Cornell was thought to be in position to earn one of the eight seeds in the NCAA tournament and the right to host a home game in the first round. Instead, the...