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Brookhart makes history but Tigers stunned in semis

Samantha Brookhart set the CAA single-season and Towson career assists record but the Tigers were upset by Elon in overtime of their CAA semifinal game, 10-9.

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UMBC hangs tough, but falls to UA in semis

UMBC showed tremendous improvement over the last time they played Albany but were unable to break through as their season ended with a 14-13 loss.

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Tigers beat Drexel, advance to title game

The Towson Tigers men’s lacrosse advanced to their third straight CAA title game by beating the Drexel Dragons in the semifinals, 8-4.

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Terps beat PSU to get back to B1G title game

Dan Morris was a wall in goal and finished with 16 saves as the No. 1 Maryland Terrapins got back into the Big Ten title game with an 8-6 victory over Penn State.

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OSU holds off JHU’s run in Big Ten semis

While Johns Hopkins made a run at the Buckeyes in the second half, Ohio State’s strong first half was enough to withstand the push in their Big Ten semifinals clash.

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UMBC’s season ends in AEC semifinals

The Retrievers suffered a 9-4 loss to the Binghamton Bearcats in the semifinals of the America East Conference tournament, hosted in Albany, New York.

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Terps load up on All-Big Ten selections, JHU take three

Seven Maryland women’s lacrosse players were named to the All-Big Ten team. Three Blue Jays were selected to the all-league squad as well.

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Five Retrievers earn All-AEC honors

Five different UMBC players earned All-America East honors, with a representative at all three levels receiving and All-America East First Team selection.

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Four Retrievers earned All-AEC honors

Three UMBC Retrievers men’s lacrosse players earned All-America East Second Team honors while another was put on the All-Rookie team.

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Mayes named DPOY, 10 Tigers named All-CAA

Senior Tyler Mayes became the third Tiger in history to win the CAA Defensive Player of the Year award. Ten Tigers overall get All-CAA honors.

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