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Offense thrives again in Mustangs rout of Hood

Stevenson scored 22 goals for a third straight game as they earned another blowout victory against a conference opponent, topping Hood, 22-6.

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Cuse pulls away from Hounds in 2nd half

Loyola and Syracuse went back-and-forth for most of the game, but the No. 11 Orange ended up scoring six of the last eight goals to pull away on Wednesday.

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Mustangs roll to another big win over Lycoming

Lycoming was able to hold up against Stevenson for the first quarter but after that the Mustangs showed their power on their way to another MACC rout.

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Lax Awards: March 27 through April 2

There were so many great team and individual performance this week, but we were able to make our picks for Player and Team of the Week. See the winners.

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Navy’s shuts down HCU for third straight win

Navy had their best defensive performance of the year as they shut Holy Cross down for an 11-4 victory to even their Patriot League record at 3-3.

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Retrievers overcome slow start for AEC win

UMBC trailed 5-0 in the second quarter but scored nine straight goals as they pulled away for a 10-6 victory over AEC foe UMass Lowell.

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Tigers come back to beat Drexel, 8-7

Towson was in a battle but used a strong fourth quarter to earn a key 8-7 victory over CAA foe Drexel in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon.

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Hounds get rebound win over Colgate

After suffering an upset loss at Bucknell last week, the Loyola Greyhounds earned a 12-5 bounce-back victory over Colgate on Saturday.

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No. 9 Terps top Michigan in Big Ten opener

Three Terps posted hat tricks as the No. 9 Maryland men’s lacrosse team beat Michigan 15-8 in their first Big Ten game of the year.

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No. 1 Terps rout Big Ten foe Michigan, 20-7

Four Terps had hat tricks as the No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse team rolled to a 20-7 victory over the visiting Michigan Wolverines.

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