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Lacrosse notebook: Koby Smith returned to defensive roots for Towson men

The role of replacing Sid Ewell, a starting defenseman for the Towson men’s team whose eligibility ran out after last spring, went to Koby Smith, who was the program’s top long-stick midfielder as a freshman. But the position switch was not startling for the Lutherville resident and Loyola Blakefield graduate.

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Led by Pat Spencer, Livy Rosenzweig, Loyola Maryland lacrosse teams are in good hands

Because of their academic and practice schedules, Pat Spencer and Livy Rosenzweig do not get to spend much time picking each other’s brains. But Spencer, the highly decorated maestro for the Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse team, and Rosenzweig, a budding superstar for the Greyhounds women, have seen enough to develop a mutual respect for each other’s skills.

“She is a terrific player,” Spencer said.

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Lacrosse notebook: Loyola Maryland men ready to unveil new-look defense

When defenseman Paul Volante joined the Loyola Maryland men’s lacrosse program as a freshman, he looked up to leaders such as long-stick midfielder Ryan Fournier, defenseman Foster Huggins and short-stick defensive midfielders Brian Begley and Jared Mintzlaff in the defensive meeting room.

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Weekend lacrosse primer: Player and Games of the Week, top 20 polls

Games of the Week


No. 6 Virginia (0-0) @ No. 4 Loyola Maryland (0-0)

Saturday, noon

Outlook: The Cavaliers have won four of their past five season openers against the Greyhounds, winning by one goal in each meeting, with three of those victories coming in overtime. Virginia owns a 15-8 advantage in the series.


No. 4 James Madison (0-0) @ No. 3 North Carolina (0-0)

Saturday, 3 p.m.

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With switch of position, jersey number, Robert Kuhn earns trust of Johns Hopkins lacrosse team

Robert Kuhn’s first fall as a member of the Johns Hopkins men’s lacrosse program could best be described as tumultuous.

In four years at Moorestown High School and one at The Hun School, Kuhn was an offensive midfielder, earning first-team All-New Jersey status twice. But when he joined the Blue Jays in the fall of 2015, his short stick was replaced by a long pole, and he moved to long-stick midfielder.

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In season-opening win vs. Bucknell, No. 3 Maryland men’s lacrosse gets unheralded help

Attackmen Logan Wisnauskas and Jared Bernhardt combined for six goals and two assists, but it was the play of unheralded players that resonated deeply in the No. 3 Maryland men’s lacrosse team’s 11-6 victory over Bucknell on Saturday afternoon.

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