Edward Lee takes an in-depth look back at the 2018 season and analyzes what's ahead in 2019 for Maryland's men's lacrosse teams.
The Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse team has some newfound depth at short-stick defensive midfield, which might bode well in its attempt to improve the defense.
Thanks to a shift in the schedule for the Patriot League men’s lacrosse tournament, Loyola Maryland has agreed to a four-year, home-and-home series with Rutgers.
Inconsistent play, midseason suspensions and a sub-.500 record in 2018 contributed to “the most challenging season” of Towson men’s lacrosse coach Shawn Nadelen’s career.
Mountaineers coach Tom Gravante would love to start Jack Mangan full-time on offense, but also realizes how important the junior is to settling the defense.
Here is the first installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Monday begins with a visit with UMBC.
The Retrievers men’s lacrosse team leaned heavily in 2018 on a group of first-year players that included six starters and one key reserve.
Earning a shot at the Patriot League tournament crown is “just one of those monkeys we’re going to have to get off our back,” Navy men’s lacrosse Rick Sowell said.
The players’ commitment to the greater good rather than individual accolades made the 2018 season particularly enjoyable for Salisbury men’s lacrosse coach Jim Berkman.
The assistant coach for the Frostburg State men’s lacrosse program said “everyone at Frostburg thanks” Tommy Pearce, the former head coach who left for Allegheny.
The Stevenson men’s lacrosse defense could not be as aggressive as it had been after losing five defensemen to a multitude of injuries in the first five games of the 2018 season.
In the aftermath of the Washington College men’s lacrosse team’s 7-6 loss at Salisbury, coach Jeff Shirk was left wondering, “You just felt like you let one slip away.”
In his freshman year with the McDaniel men’s lacrosse team, all Joey Conklin did this past spring was start every game and lead the team in ground balls and caused turnovers.