Big day today.
Dixon's Takeaways: Loyola Drubs Navy, Ivy Intrigue and More
Mark Dixon's "Takeaways" runs every Tuesday on InsideLacrosse.com.
McAnaney: What to Make of Ivy League Madness?
My first thought on the past weekend in college lacrosse is that we now know relief pitching in the Missouri Valley Conference is extremely unreliable. We also know that we know nothing about the Ivy League. The Ancient Eight will still probably be a multiple-bid league with Cornell and Yale in the driver's seat because of top-10 wins over Albany and Maryland, respectively, but Brown will have plenty to say about that over the next two weeks. It's an interesting week for my Top 20 as teams one through five all won and teams six through nine all lost. There's not too much shifting because I can't drop Albany after losing at the Carrier Dome.
Conference Player Awards in Division I for April 6th
Weekly and cumulative listings of the players of the week for the 2015 season awarded by the conferences in men's and women's Division I are available.
Chaos In The Polls - Is This Poll Serious?
It’s chaos in the polls this week as a number of games has unexpected outcomes. The votes are in and this week’s Media Poll is official. I’m still the only person with Syracuse at #1, and that’s because I look at the ENTIRE resume of a team, and not just the last week or two’s action. Serioulsy… NO ONE else thinks Cuse is #1 right now? HA!
Michigan 10, Rutgers 8
Michigan won because it got really good goalie play and took care of the ball. Don’t believe me?
Detroit 7, Marist 8
Trying to get back in the groove here.
Ivy League Power Rankings: A Muddle in the Middle
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Thompson Watch: It’s Only A Game Away?
The magic numbers as of last week’s games are 7 and 8 – seven to tie Rob Pannell’s record of 354 points and 8 to break it. Lyle sits with 347 points in 61 career games.
Patriot League Power Rankings: The Home Stretch Begins
Every week we will highlight various storylines from the Patriot League in our Power Rankings. Everything will be ranked from worst to best – starting with the unranked items that couldn’t quite crack the big board, but are still worth mentioning.
Maryland men's lacrosse still awaiting word on injury to faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa
No. 3 Maryland is still waiting for an update on the health of faceoff specialist Charlie Raffa, who left Saturday's 12-5 thumping of Big Ten foe Penn State in the first quarter and did not return.
NOTEBOOK: Jay Carlson stays steady in Maryland's win over Penn State
Terrapins men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman already was waiting at a table in Byrd Stadium’s pressroom Saturday after a 12-5 win over Penn State, and Casey Ikeda and Jay Carlson were deciding where to sit. Ikeda made the decision for Carlson.
Without leading seniors, Duke men's lacrosse in unusual position
Duke's famed streak of eight consecutive appearances in the final four of men's Division I lacrosse could be coming to an end soon.
Mount St. Mary's men's lacrosse hoping Bucknell win turns into Northeast Conference success
In its series with Bucknell, Mount St. Mary’s had dropped the first 13 meetings before ending the drought with a 12-11 win on Feb. 17, 2013. After suffering a 16-6 setback on April 5, 2014, the Mountaineers earned their second victory of the series on Saturday, nipping the Bison, 12-11.
Men's lacrosse looks to end losing streak against Harvard
After spending the last two-and-a-half weeks on the road, the Boston University men’s lacrosse team will return home to the friendly confines on Nickerson Field on Tuesday night when it welcomes Harvard University.
College lacrosse weekend wrap: Loyola returns to its roots to run past Navy
Loyola won a national championship in 2012. It spent a good chunk of last season ranked No. 1 in the country. And it figured to be the class of the Patriot League this year.
Penn men's lacrosse shocks No. 10 Brown
Winless in its first three Ivy League contests, Penn men’s lacrosse had nowhere to go but up in its matchup with No. 10 Brown on Saturday afternoon.