The Atlantic Coast Conference voted Friday to add Stanford, California and SMU to the league next year, providing a landing spot for two more schools from the disintegrating Pac-12 and creating a fourth super conference in major college sports.
Dealing a crushing combination to the Pac-12 on Friday, the Big Ten announced Oregon and Washington would be joining next August, and the Big 12 completed its raid of the beleaguered conference by adding Arizona, Arizona State and Utah.
The Premier Lacrosse League’s announcement last month that Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C., are three of 26 finalists to host one of its eight clubs was applauded by several pros with ties to the Baltimore area.
After stops at five different NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse programs as an assistant and associate head coach, Kristen Carr will get her first chance to helm her own program when she starts at Towson on Aug. 1.
The barnstorming Premier Lacrosse League — which will play games in Baltimore in August — will assign hometowns to each of its eight teams in 2024. Washington D.C., Maryland and Baltimore are among the 26 finalists.
Ally Mastroianni selected two of her North Carolina teammates and added a pair of Boston College rivals to her team as they open the Athletes Unlimited season against a team captained by Sam Apuzzo on Thursday at USA Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks.
Nearly a month after parting ways with Tom Gravante, the program’s all-time winningest men’s lacrosse coach, Mount St. Mary’s on Tuesday morning introduced Mercyhurst’s Chris Ryan as Gravante’s successor.