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Denver rallies to knock off the unseeded Wildcats for its first NCAA Tournament win in program history.
It started tight, but the Big Red managed to secure a 7-3 halftime lead and ended up sprinting to the finish.
Chronicling a murder.
Hofstra came out of the gate with force, but Hopkins' defense was just too much for the Pride in the second half.
It should've been an outright beating, but Siena's Tom Morr kept it interesting.
Maryland threw down the gauntlet, easily defeating the Tar Heels in a game they dominated.
ACC Player of the Year and Tewaaraton Trophy Finalist Steele Stanwick would like to remind everyone of his presence. With three goals and five assists, Stanwick led the Cavaliers to a 13-12 comeback overtime thriller against Bucknell in the first round of the NCAA Championships in Charlottesville Sunday afternoon.