On the men’s side, No. 2 Yale and No. 9 Cornell will clash in one semifinal of the Ivy League tournament, while No. 5 Northwestern and No. 7 Michigan will tangle in a semifinal of the Big Ten tournament on the women’s side.
Justin Shockey has bounced back Maryland men’s lacrosse, Duke’s John Danowski said he can’t compare Justin Guterding to others, Andy Shay said Yale is the underdog, Salisbury is hoping to lean on its experience, and Wesleyan may feel right at home at Gillette Stadium thanks to a famous alum.
The senior midfielder and Tewaaraton Award finalist for the Maryland men’s lacrosse team was limited to a single goal, but the No. 1 seed Terps got plenty of production in their win in Sunday’s NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal.
The Maryland men's lacrosse team advanced to its fifth consecutive Final Four after taking care of unseeded Cornell, 13-8, in Sunday's NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.
Senior attacker Kristen Gaudian and senior midfielder Elena Romesburg combined for nine goals to lead No. 4 James Madison to a 16-10 win over No. 7 Towson to claim the Colonial Athletic Association women's lacrosse championship.
Although Maryland men’s lacrosse lost to Johns Hopkins in Saturday night’s Big Ten tournament final, the Terps’ profile was strong enough to persuade the selection committee to award them the overall No. 1 seed in the upcoming NCAA Division I tournament.
No one would accuse Paul Carcaterra of being shy. The ESPN men’s lacrosse analyst sticks out his neck with his choice for the No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament and the one candidate who could shock observers by winning the Tewaaraton Award.