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Conti named DPOY, eight Tigers earn All-CAA honors

Towson defender Olivia Conti became the first freshman in CAA history to be named Defensive Player of the Year. Eight Tigers earn All-CAA honors.

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Mustags roll over Widener and to MACC title game

Stevenson faced no threat as they completely dominated the visiting Widener Pride in the MACC semifinals, clinching a spot in their fifth straight league title game.

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Mustangs run away early in MACC semifinals

Stevenson was in no danger at any point against the Albright Lions as they advanced to their fifth straight MACC title game with a 14-5 victory.

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Terps take three individual B1G awards

Maryland took three individual Big Ten men’s lax honors and had six players get all-league bids. Four Johns Hopkins player also get selected to All-Big Ten teams.

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Monteiro named OPOY, five Mustangs honored

Olivia Monteiro became the third Stevenson WLAX player to be named the MACC Offensive Player of the Year. Five Mustangs received All-MACC nods.

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DeFazio named MACC DPOY, Cantabene COY

Dom DeFazio was named the MACC Defensive Player of the Year while Paul Cantabene was named Coach of the Year. Eight Mustangs earn All-League honors.

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Loyola and Navy load up on All-League honors

Jen Adams (left) was named Patriot League Coach of the Year while Jenna Collins (center) was the Midfielder of the Year and Kelly Larkin (right) was the top rookie.

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Hounds capture 3rd Patriot League title in 4 years

The Loyola Greyhounds men’s lacrosse team beat Army 13-4 to win their second straight Patriot League title, and third in four seasons.

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Brookhart sets Tigers record in Senior Day win

Senior Samantha Brookhart set the single-season assist record for the Towson as the No. 17 Tigers rolled over local rival Johns Hopkins, 18-5.

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Terps roll over rival JHU to win Big Ten

No. 8 Maryland scored the first eight goals of the game and were never threatened as they routed archrival Johns Hopkins to win the Big Ten regular season title.

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