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UMBC Retrievers Men's Lacrosse
For the third time in the past nine years, the UMBC men’s lacrosse program has travelled to Japan and will compete, participate in clinics and enjoy the wonders of the nation. The travelling party departed Baltimore on May 29 and will spend nine days in the Land of the Rising Sun.
Winners & Losers: Season Recap Edition
What a 2013 college season. We're sad to see it go, but we're going to send it off with one final Winners & Losers post.
Swezey: Way-Ahead 2014 Top 20
It's become an annual tradition at Inside Lacrosse: The college season ends, and instead of sulking in the fact that we won't see college lacrosse until fall, we go full speed ahead to the next year with our Way-Ahead Top 20.
Quint: What Could Hopkins' Schedule Look Like?
Now that Johns Hopkins has announced it is going to the Big Ten and that the conference will sponsor men's lacrosse, a big question is which games the Jays will keep and which they will drop.
Way Too Early Rankings for 2014: MD1 Nos. 1-5
No. 1 Duke (16-5)
Johns Hopkins Men to Join Big Ten in 2015
The Big Ten Conference announced Monday that men's and women's lacrosse will become the conference's 27th and 28th official sports and that Johns Hopkins University has been accepted as a sport affiliate member for men's lacrosse only beginning with the 2014-15 academic year.
Does Big Ten lacrosse affect Detroit?
Obviously, the coverage around these parts of Johns Hopkins joining with the five Big Ten lacrosse schools to form a conference in the sport has revolved around Michigan. They’re, like, in the league. I’ve even talked quite a bit about Big Ten member – and onetime Division-1 lacrosse program – Michigan State. Could the Spartans join down the road?
With the official creation of a Big Ten Lacrosse Conference, my natural inclination (obvious for anyone who has ever stopped by this site) is to wonder whether other Big Ten schools – particularly Michigan State – would consider adding (or re-adding, in the Spartans’ case) the game.
Lacrosse Analysis: Johns Hopkins to the Big Ten
When The Big Ten Conference formally announced Maryland and Rutgers as future members of the league Nov. 19, most of the discussion revolved around football. That's the expectation for a collection of schools with exceptional history in that sport (and the iffy resumes of the two new programs).
Michigan coach John Paul on Hopkins to the Big Ten
“The Big Ten is the premier conference in college sports."
Today's beats: I watched "Good Morning, Vietnam" last night. It still holds up, even the soundtrack which was designed to fit the period.