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Turkey Day Roundup: November 22, 2012

You weren't really going to talk to your awful family all day, right? Here's some lacrosse news to read.

Chicago Tribune on Lacrosse
Asked about Maryland's lacrosse future at Monday's press conference announcing the move to the Big Ten, the school's athletic director, Kevin Anderson, said cryptically, "We do have several plans we could put in place." Anderson could have been referring only to the Maryland men's team, since a Big Ten with Maryland, Rutgers and the new Michigan team, plus Penn State and Ohio State, would be one team shy of what the Big Ten requires. There are men's club teams at eight current Big Ten schools. Northwestern is the only one without a men's varsity or club.

Move to Big Ten could create uncertainty for Maryland lacrosse
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?

Maryland still mulling options for lacrosse program
Joining Big Ten Conference, moving to ECAC, becoming an independent loom as possible destinations for men's lacrosse program in transition, according to Maryland coach John Tillman.

Johnson And Snow Selected As Men's Lacrosse Captains
Fairfield University head men's lacrosse coach Andy Copelan announced today that Marshall Johnson (Canandaigua, N.Y.) and Sam Snow (Bainbridge, Wash.) were selected as team captains for the 2013 season by their teammates.

Maryland lacrosse soon to find itself at a crossroads
Maryland men's lacrosse coach John Tillman, like so many of his colleagues, arrived in College Park to coach in the ACC.

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Mens Lacrosse Adds 12 To Class Of 2017 - The Official Site of The Marist Red Foxes
Men's Lacrosse Adds 12 To Class Of 2017.

University of Maryland to Join the Big Ten Conference
The Big Ten Council of Presidents/Chancellors (COP/C) announced unanimous approval today for the University of Maryland to join the Big Ten Conference effective July 1, 2014, with competition to begin in all sports for the 2014-15 academic year. The University of Maryland also looks forward to joining the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC), a consortium of world-class research institutions dedicated to advancing their academic missions.

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