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The Chronicle's Top 10: Duke men's lacrosse and women's golf capture NCAA titles
The Blue Devil men's lacrosse team had been on a tear, winning its final nine regular season games. There was, however, a setback in the ACC tournament, as Duke dropped its first contest 16-15 to Syracuse. But, as all great teams do, the Blue Devils looked ahead.
SJUHawks.com's Top Stories of 2014
April 26: Men's Lacrosse Wins NEC Regular Season Title – The Hawks clinched the NEC regular season title in their first year in the conference, rolling past Hobart, 15-8. SJU went on to host the NEC Championship, while junior Ryan McGee was voted the NEC Offensive Player of the Year and head coach Taylor Wray was named the league's Coach of the Year.
Without Albany, NCAA lacrosse championships lost some luster
For the seventh consecutive year, attendance at the NCAA lacrosse championships dipped.
2014 Stories At The Intersection Of Race And Sports
The Thompsons made waves in the lacrosse world when they opted to go to play for the less-heralded Albany Great Danes instead of the Syracuse Orange, a traditional lacrosse power with a long history of recruiting Native players.
Stories of the Year: Lacrosse's Military Connection
Seven years after he last suited up in a Duke uniform, Casey Carroll returned to the Blue Devils for a most unique sixth-year, redshirt senior season. He left Duke after graduating in 2007, but still with a year left of eligibility due to a season-ending injury as a junior (the same year of the infamous Duke scandal), to become a U.S. Army Ranger.
#BestOfLax Men's Player: Lyle Thompson
He's helped bring the story of his family, his Native American background and the tale of lacrosse's origins to the lacrosse world and beyond.
Springfield-Montco 2017 LSM/DEF Baughan commits to Syracuse
Springfield-Montco 2017 LSM/defenseman George Baughan has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Syracuse University.
2015 Preview: Jacksonville Dolphins
You can’t review the 2014 season without a recap of 2013: A winning record of 8-5 (5-1 in conference) and a share of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title with Marist.
2015 Preview: Penn State Nittany Lions
Biggest Question Mark: Will I hold a season-long grudge toward them because they beat my alma mater Boston College in the Pinstripe Bowl?
Jaspers Eager for Spring After Successful Fall Workouts
The Manhattan men's lacrosse team, led by third-year head coach Steve Manitta, is eager to return to the field in hopes of making a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Tournament run in 2015.
University of Notre Dame Athletics: The Best and the Brightest in 2014
Men's Coach of the Year -- Kevin Corrigan.