It's a short pop today, but it's still a pop.
Dixon's Mid-Season Takeaways: ACC Dominant and Conference Breakdowns
Mark Dixon checks in with a mid-season version of Takeaways.
Syracuse lacrosse attack Randy Staats could return at North Carolina, coach John Desko says
Syracuse lacrosse attack Randy Staats is getting closer to returning to the field.
Michigan men's and women's lacrosse will #Be1ForChange
The Michigan men's and women's lacrosse teams are teaming up to bring awareness to relationship violence.
Syracuse Lacrosse: Ben Williams Watch 2015, Week 8
Ben Williams is off to a hot start, and possibly a historic season.
Syracuse Lacrosse to Honor Hall of Famer Oren Lyons at Halftime Game
A special halftime ceremony to honor All-American goalie and 2015 Spirit of Tewaaraton Award recipient Oren Lyons will take place Thursday, April 2 during the Syracuse vs. Albany lacrosse game.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, Maryland men's lacrosse flexing muscles in second quarter
Many coaches in almost every sport love to see their teams get off to fast starts and put opponents in early deficits.
Penn State men's lacrosse gains lessons from comeback bid
In its first chance at Big Ten action on Sunday, the Penn State men’s lacrosse team fell to Ohio State, 10-8. The contest, highlighted by a raucous fourth quarter comeback from the Nittany Lions, displayed the heart the team has showcased throughout the season.
NOTEBOOK: Michigan goalie gives Maryland men's lacrosse trouble
Though John Tillman played a myriad of positions on the lacrosse field at Corning West High School, Colgate and Cornell, he got his start playing between the posts. So he knows how to evaluate a good goalkeeper.
UMBC men's lacrosse midfielder Pat Young takes rare achievement in stride
With his second of five goals in UMBC’s 18-7 demolition of Lafayette on Friday night, midfielder Pat Young became just the program’s eighth Division I player to reach the 100-point mark for his career as a junior, joining a group that includes 2007 All-America attackman Drew Westervelt.
Maryland men's lacrosse faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa never doubted himself during slow start
In his first three games, Mayland's Charlie Raffa won just 43.8 percent (14 of 32) of his faceoffs and picked up seven ground balls. It was a shocking start for the senior, a second-team All-American last season who ranked second in Division I in faceoff percentage (68.6) and 11th in ground balls per game (7.6).
Starting attackman Drew Borsody to miss rest of season for UMBC men's lacrosse
UMBC will tackle the rest of the America East portion of its schedule without starting attackman Drew Borsody.