Joe Lustgarten scored the final two goals, including the game-winner with 55
|seconds left and an insurance goal 21||seconds later, to cap a 6-0 run as the third-seeded UMBC men's lacrosse team upset second-seeded Hartford, 15-13, in an America East Conference semifinal at Stony Brook's LaValle Stadium. |
5 Loyola women's lacrosse players earn All-Big East honors
Q&A with ESPN's Mark Dixon, who his perspective on, among other topics, three teams that could challenge Notre Dame for the No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament
Second-seeded North Carolina won its first Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse tournament since 1996 by outlasting Virginia, 16-13, on Sunday in Chapel Hill.
Four hat tricks help top seed and No. 1 Maryland defeat Virginia, 13-9, in women's lacrosse to reach the ACC championship game
No. 5 Syracuse got a measure of revenge in the rematch vs. Loyola Friday night by scoring six consecutive goals early in the first half en route to a 19-9 victory at the Ridley Athletic Complex.
Q&A with ESPN analyst and former Syracuse All-American midfielder Paul Carcaterra
No. 19 Connecticut took a 6-4 lead into halftime and never relinquished it, upsetting No. 7 Notre Dame at home, 10-7, in women's lacrosse Sunday. The Huskies (13-1, 5-1 Big East) won all their home games in a season for the first time in program history. The Fighting Irish (11-3, 5-3) scored just three goals in the second half, two by Lauren Sullivan.
Sam Snow's overtime goal lifts Fairfield men's lacrosse team to 10-9 upset of No. 1 Denver
Towson's CAA winning streak in women's lacrosse ends at 17 games with 6-5 loss at Hofstra
The No. 6 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team overcame a slow start at home to defeat Big East rival Georgetown, 10-8, on Sunday afternoon.
Hannah Schmitt's sudden-death goal lifts Loyola women over Notre Dame in women's lacrosse, 14-13
Denver midfielder Jeremy Noble, a preseason first-team All-American as a junior, won't play against Loyola in Saturday's pivotal Eastern College Athletic Conference matchup, a team spokesperson said Wednesday.
ESPN analyst Mark Dixon, who will be handling play-by-play duties when No. 7 Notre Dame visits Georgetown this Sunday, writes a weekly column for Inside Lacrosse in which he provides his thoughts on results from the previous week.
Kieran Burke's 23 saves help North Carolina defeat Virginia, 10-7, in men's lacrosse
Thomas' four goals not enough as Loyola's offense falters late in women's lacrosse loss to Georgetown
Georgetown junior attackman Jeff Fountain (St. Paul's), who has a team-high 16 goals, left the Villanova game on Wednesday with an injury, and his status isn't immediately known.
When Nick Liddil scored with nine seconds left in Ohio State's 9-4 loss to Loyola in an Eastern College Athletic Conference showdown Saturday, it was a footnote in a contest that had been decided much earlier.
I'm sure many of you will disagree, but this time of the year is among the best during our calendar year.
Baltimore City alum C.J. Fair helped Syracuse advance to its first Final Four in a decade with a 55-39 win over third-seeded Marquette.
After the Loyola women lost to James Madison two weeks ago, Greyhounds coach Jen Adams did not mince words.
Sitting in front of an assortment of family, friends and classmates in a makeshift press room, St. Frances junior forward Dwayne Morgan announced his intention to play for coach Dave Rice and UNLV.
Loyola freshman attackman Zach Herreweyers and junior defenseman Joe Fletcher were named the ECAC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, after helping the Greyhounds to a pair of road victories.
Three fourth-quarter goals from junior midfielder Jim Marlatt (River Hill) helped the fifth-ranked Notre Dame men's lacrosse team hold on for a 7-6 win at Rutgers on Sunday afternoon.
Virginia senior midfielder and solo captain Chris LaPierre will forego the remainder of the 2013 season, Virginia coach Dom Starsia said Wednesday.
Minutes after No. 15 Loyola had put the finishing touches on a convincing 13-8 victory over host Georgetown at Multi-Sport Field Wednesday night in Washington, D.C., Josh Hawkins appeared barely winded. But looks can be deceiving.
For at least one half, Loyola men's lacrosse coach Charley Toomey got a good, long look at what his team's defense could be, and he liked what he saw.
Loyola at Georgetown: Three things to watch