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No. 1 Terps roll to another big win, topping OSU 18-9

The No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse team earned another Big Ten victory in a rout as they rolled over Ohio State, 18-9.

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Hounds stumble at BU, but still control destiny

Loyola suffered a mild 12-11 overtime loss at Boston University but still are just a win away from hosting the upcoming Patriot League tournament.

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No. 12 Mustangs pour it on another MACC foe

The Stevenson Mustangs men’s lacrosse team once again outclassed a conference opponent as they steamrolled Alvernia, 26-3.

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Mustangs rout Alvernia, 20-5

The Stevenson women’s lacrosse team earned their fourth straight blowout victory against MACC opponents as they topped Alvernia, 20-5 in their home finale.

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No. 3 Terps fight for key win at No. 7 Albany

On a short turnaround, No. 3 Maryland followed their run over previously No. 1 Penn State by gutting out a tough win over No. 7 Albany in upstate New York.

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No. 1 Terps cruise to another big win

The No. 1 Maryland women’s lax team once against wasn’t presented much of a challenge by a highly-ranked opponent, rolling over No. 7 Princeton, 18-2.

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UMBC rolls to 4th straight blowout win

The UMBC women’s lacrosse team had another dazzling performance as they won their fourth straight game and third straight AEC contests, all in blowout fashion.

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No. 4 SBU overpowers Johns Hopkins, 16-6

Fourth-ranked Stony Brook just had too much offensive firepower for the host Blue Jays on Tuesday as they handed Johns Hopkins the 16-6 defeat.

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Lax Awards: April 3 through April 9

With 11 goals and 13 points in two games, including a blowout over nationally-ranked Elon, Towson’s Kaitlyn Montalbano was the easy pick for Player of the Week.

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No. 9 OSU pulls away from No. 11 JHU in 2nd half

The No. 11 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays men’s lacrosse team had a lead at halftime but were outscored 7-2 in the second half and suffered a 13-9 defeat in Columbus, OH.

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