Towson adds Duke to the schedule, lacrosse returns for Syracuse, and Rutgers releases its schedule.
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Alphabetical 2013 NCAA D1 Preview: Hobart
In 2012, Hobart went 4-9, and with the exception of blowout losses to Colgate and Loyola, the Statesmen were relatively competitive in most of their games. Switch up an OT loss to OSU, a one goal loss to Cuse and 2 two goal losses to Siena and Robert Morris, and Hobart has a very different season.
Chesapeake grad leads Loyola lacrosse trip to Newtown
Jason Crane is a doer. That is evidenced by the impressive resume he compiled as a high school student-athlete.
Orange Opens 2013 With Media Day
The Syracuse men's lacrosse team kicked off the 2013 season by hosting its annual Media Day Tuesday in the Carrier Dome. The Orange began preparatioins for the upcoming season yesterday with its first first practice and held two more practice sessions today. In between, head coach John Desko and the SU student-athletes addressed the media for the first time this spring.
Comparing the Schedules: Michigan and Detroit
There are just two Division-1 programs suiting up in the state of Michigan, and this year they have a two-year low of opponents in common, with just two. Let’s take a look at Michigan and Detroit and break down who’s getting the best (and worst) of it.
Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse Releases 2013 Schedule
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team released its 2013 schedule, which includes 15 regular season games. With 11 home games and four road contests, the Scarlet Knights will be facing off against five 2012 NCAA Championship tournament participants.
Lacrosse is back for Syracuse
If the objective is to score goals, then it probably isn’t the best idea to give away all the moves to a goalie.
| @Towson_MLAX Adds Duke to 2013 Schedule
Tigers Head to Durham, N.C. March 16 at 1 p.m.
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