In certain circles, Taylor Virden is famous for her brilliance with both the Duke women's and McDonogh girls lacrosse programs, and now, with the Baltimore Ride in the United Women's Lacrosse League. But Virden's rise came with some stumbles.
Jackson Morrill, a sophomore attackman for the No. 3 seed Yale men’s lacrosse team, has an opportunity to be the fourth-generation member of his family to capture a national championship when the Bulldogs face No. 4 seed Duke in Monday’s Division I tournament final.
The No. 4 seed Duke men’s lacrosse team raced to a 6-0 advantage and used a 4-0 run spanning the third and fourth quarters to defeat No. 1 seed and reigning NCAA champion Maryland in Saturday’s Division I tournament semifinal at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
The Maryland men’s lacrosse team failed to defend its national championship, losing, 13-8, to Duke in an NCAA Division I semifinal Saturday at Gillette Stadium. The Terps couldn't overcome their talent drain.
Seven Final Four appearances in the last eight years have lifted the Maryland men’s lacrosse team as the model program in NCAA Division I. The last team to enjoy that level of consistency was Duke, which happens to be the Terps’ opponent in Saturday’s national semifinal.
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.
Senior attackman Justin Guterding became the NCAA’s all-time leader in goals after scoring three times in the No. 4-seeded Blue Devils’ win against No. 5 seed Johns Hopkins in Sunday’s NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal round.
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team seeks to end a troubling pattern in the NCAA tournament, two opposing goalies occupy Maryland’s concerns, history might be on Loyola Maryland’s side against Virginia, and Salisbury will tangle with a familiar opponent in the Division III postseason.
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.