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Johns Hopkins short-stick defensive midfielder Danny Jones met Virginia’s Will Barrow for only a short time when Jones was about 9 years old, but it left a lasting impression.

The first round of additions to the Tewaaraton Award watch lists includes four players from local college lacrosse teams.

At first glance, fraternal twins and UMBC men’s lacrosse players Michael and Steven Zichelli look an awful lot alike. And they have the same goal: to help the Retrievers succeed and enjoy their college years together.

Pat Spencer continues to wow for No. 6 Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse, No. 2 Maryland is tops in fewest turnovers, and No. 9 Johns Hopkins will test clearing game at No. 10 Virginia.

The Orange will try to end a two-game losing skid when they visit the Blue Devils on Saturday in a key Atlantic Coast Conference game for both teams.

Maryland goes for a second straight win over an undefeated opponent after beating No. 7 Penn, 13-7, on Thursday.

Here is what awaits Maryland, Loyola Maryland, Johns Hopkins, Mount St. Mary’s, Navy, Towson and UMBC men’s lacrosse for the upcoming week.

The junior attackman set a Greyhounds’ Division I record for points in a single game with 12 in Saturday’s 15-9 win against Patriot League rival Navy.

Southern California's Kerrigan Miller is The Baltimore Sun's women's lacrosse National Player of the Week for March 20, 2018, after contributing to both game-winning goals in overtime as the Trojans won their first two Pac-12 games.

A look at some numbers involving Albany, High Point, Michigan, Lehigh and Vermont men’s lacrosse.

A by-the-numbers look at the past week in Division I women's lacrosse competition.

There was no movement in the top five of Monday morning’s latest Maverik media poll, and only a few changes in the top 10.

Loyola Maryland jumped into the top 10 in the Inside Lacrosse women's media poll for March 19 after its fourth win over a top-15 opponent. Maryland remains No. 4.

The senior goalkeeper’s patience was rewarded on Sunday when he made his first start since Feb 10 in the UMBC men’s lacrosse team’s 7-6 loss to Stony Brook.

After defeating No. 20 Towson 10-8 on Saturday, No. 3 Duke traveled to Cleveland for a Sunday game with Cleveland State.

After compiling eight goals and two assists in back-to-back wins against Towson and Cleveland State last weekend, the senior attackman for the No. 3 Blue Devils leads Division I players in total goals and points this season.

Six of the UMBC men’s lacrosse team’s first eight possessions ended in turnovers, and the man-up offense whiffed on two six-on-four advantages. Those miscues contributed to Sunday’s 7-6 loss to Stony Brook.

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