Senior attacker Jasmine DePompeo scored the game-winning goal 41 seconds into double overtime as No. 12 Navy captured the Patriot League regular-season title by defeating American, 11-10, in Washington Sunday afternoon.
Evan Washburn did double duty over the weekend, providing commentary during the NBC Sports Network's telecast of No. 3 Duke's 12-11 decision against Harvard Saturday night and then doing the same for the CBS Sports Network's broadcast of Army¿s 10-4 upset of No. 16 Colgate on Sunday.
No. 20 Bucknell fell behind early to No. 2 host Cornell in men's lacrosse Tuesday. But Chase Bailey scored the game-winner with one minute left to finish a second-half rally as the visiting Bison upset the Big Red, 9-8, in a game delayed by snow.
The No. 20 Duke men's lacrosse team jumped all over host No. 4 North Carolina early and often Wednesday night. A strong first-half performance and finish led the Blue Devils to an 11-8 upset of the rival Tar Heels.
The Crabs Atlantic Stars of Maryland, the only East Coast team at the 12th annual Adrenaline Challenge last weekend in Del Mar, Calif., went undefeated to win their age bracket, capped by a dramatic win in the final.
If the University of Maryland moves to the Big Ten, its football and basketball teams would trade one set of big-time rivals for another. But what about lacrosse, perhaps the university's third signature sport?
The Browns, who have had one winning season and five head coaches in the past decade, traded up to select Trent Richardson third overall in April's draft and 19 spots later used another first-round draft pick on Brandon Weeden.
Baltimore Ravens running back Anthony Allen spent most of his rookie season watching from the sidelines. But with Rice in a contract negotiation and Williams in retirement, Allen enjoyed his opportunity this spring.
They're calling it a symbolic gesture: an NFL team signs a guy in a wheelchair. But the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signing of paralyzed Rutgers defensive tackle Eric LeGrand is more than that. It's a big touch of humanity in a business that can be cold and hard and as bottom-line, what-have-you-done-for-me-lately as exists on the planet.
Cornell attackman Rob Pannell has returned to practice after receiving medical clearance to resume physical activity nearly two weeks ago, sources have told Inside Lacrosse. However, he's still wearing a walking boot at times outside of practice.