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Quint: Memorable NCAA Tournament First-Round Moments
Quint was in studio for ESPNU for the entire NCAA Tournament first round. Below are his top eight moments from the weekend.
Reaction: No. 2 Syracuse 20, Marist 8 in NCAA First Round
Marist scored and celebrated the game’s first goal. Then Syracuse answered by rattling off 10 straight.
Reaction, Photos: No. 4 Denver 15, Brown 9 in NCAA First Round
Several inches of snow couldn’t stand in the way of the NCAA Tournament first-round game between Brown and Denver on Sunday. By gametime, the field was clear, although the snow bordering the pitch signified that everyone dodged a bullet, and everyone gave some serious dap the DU grounds crew for getting the field ready.
Photos, Reaction: No. 3 North Carolina 19, Colgate 12 in NCAA First Round
No. 3-seeded North Carolina moved on in the 2015 NCAA Tournament with a 19-12 win over the unseeded and 12th-ranked Colgate at Fetzer Field on Sunday.
Photos, Reaction: Johns Hopkins 19, No. 7 Virginia 7 in NCAA First Round
Johns Hopkins dominated the No. 7 seed Virginia Cavaliers from start to finish in Charlottesville, winning the NCAA Tournament first round game 19-7. Hopkins, the Big Ten champions, converted over 50% of their shots in the first half en route to a 13-2 goal halftime and never looked back.
Denver into Home NCAA QF With Win Over Brown
Bill Tierney described it as Armageddon. The University of Denver lacrosse coach was referring to the relentless rain-turned snow plaguing his team's preparations for its NCAA tournament opener against Brown. Yet the end-of-times allusion also fits the onslaught Pioneers' goalie Ryan LaPlante faced and withstood against the Bears, en route to a 15-9 Denver victory. Brown pelted LaPlante with 19 first-half shots, penetrating his defenses only twice.
Hopkins Offense Puts on Show in Win Over Virginia
Seeding-wise, Johns Hopkins 19-7 triumph over number seven Virginia was an upset, but anybody that witnessed Sunday's rout would have a difficult time believing that the Blue Jays were truly the underdogs.
NCAA First Round Super Post!
The various NCAA first round reactions people have often depend on who they root for, but sometimes there are stories and things that happen, and pretty much everyone can get behind just how awesome that particular play or game was. Today, we recap all the big games, from D1 to D2 to D3!
Retro Vine of the Day: Villanova’s John Kluh
Kluh did not play this season due to injury. Kluh took a medical redshirt in 2014. He was named a team captain for 2015. Hope to have the 5’4″ 140lb middie back in 2016.
Kevin Rice leads Syracuse lacrosse past Marist with career performance in NCAA tournament opener
A powerful sidewinder from Hakeem Lecky. A slippery back-handed flick pass from Randy Staats. A crafty spin inside the left doorstep from Kevin Rice.
Syracuse lacrosse attack Kevin Rice uses late hit to 'kick start' career-best performance
Maybe it was the way Marist was defending him. Maybe it was the nerves of starting his final NCAA tournament run. Maybe it was the excitement of graduation earlier in the day.
UNC advances in NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament with 19-12 victory against Colgate
It had been a while since the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team had played a game – 15 days, to be exact – and so there was "some rust to shake off" on Sunday, coach Joe Breschi said, and that was especially true on defense.
Early thoughts on North Carolina men's lacrosse
With the paint still drying on Maryland’s victory, we’ll take a look at the North Carolina men’s lacrosse team in advance of Sunday’s quarterfinal matchup.
Denver tops Brown 15-9 to advance to NCAA lacrosse quarterfinals
The magic moves to Mile High.
Hot streak continues for Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse in 19-7 NCAA tournament win over Virginia
Johns Hopkins doesn't need to put together pieces of video for a highlight tape. All the Blue Jays need to do is break out the film of their opening round playoff game against Virginia on Sunday.
UVa men's lacrosse loses to Johns Hopkins in first round of NCAA Tournament
Since winning the 2011 NCAA championship, Virginia men’s lacrosse has certainly been down. The Cavaliers have won just one NCAA Tournament game — 2012 against Princeton — the last four seasons.
Ratcliffe: Blowout loss the latest disappointment for UVa men's lacrosse team
Dom Starsia said a few years ago that any season Virginia doesn’t make the Final Four in lacrosse should be considered a failure.
Frei: State of lacrosse in Colorado is big time
"Denver is an amazing place to play lacrosse," Cannizzaro said. "The fans are insane, and they're great to play in front of. It was really shocking to me to come out here and see how much support they have here. The youth game is really booming and growing in Denver too, and it's going to be exciting in years to come to see what they produce."