1. NCAA Lacrosse Rivalry Matchup: No. 5 Syracuse Faces No. 2 Johns Hopkins

    Syracuse will make the trip to legendary Homewood Field on Saturday hoping to make a statement. They will face No. 2 Johns Hopkins, who are undefeated and improving with every win they accumulate...

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  2. NCAA Lacrosse Preview: No. 20 Penn Meets No. 15 Princeton in Ivy League Matchup

    Conference play is an opportunity for any team to get on a roll and improve their resume for the NCAA tournament. For Ivy League competitors, the league is much improved and provides a challenge every week...

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  3. NCAA Lacrosse: Updated Top 10 Rankings in Men's Division I

    After an exciting weekend of action followed by some big early week match—ups, it is time to update the Bleacher Report Top 10 in Men's College Lacrosse ...

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  4. Princeton vs. Villanova: Princeton Snaps Two-Game Losing Streak

    Princeton ended a two-match losing streak by beating Villanova 14-8 on Tuesday. Princeton played aggressively on offense and found some sound defense from their star goaltender...

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  5. Knicks Let Victory Slip Away as D'Antoni Mismanages Roster Late in Game

    When given the opportunity to beat the number-one seed on the road, mismanaging personnel on the court should not be the reason for a loss...

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  6. NCAA Men's Lacrosse: No. 15 Princeton Travels to No. 10 Villanova Tuesday Night

    Princeton comes into a matchup with Villanova as the underdog, something that has been rare in the history of college lacrosse. Coming off of two losses against No. 2 Johns Hopkins and No...

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  7. NBA Preview: New York Knicks Look to End Losing Streak as They Travel to Chicago

    New York is in dire need of quality basketball. Unfortunately for Knicks fans, their beloved (and talented) team is on a five game skid headed into a big match-up Monday night...

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  8. NCAA Men's Lacrosse : UNC Beats Princeton in Konica Minolta Face-off Classic

    With both teams entering Saturday's contest off losing efforts, the game between UNC and Princeton was all about getting back on track...

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  9. 2012 NCAA Tournament: Seton Hall Left out on Selection Sunday

    As the brackets were revealed, Seton Hall kept its fingers crossed as they held hope they would be included in the big dance. Region after region, no Seton Hall...

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  10. New York Knicks Struggle as Mike D'Antoni Loses Respect of Players and Fans

    Looking at the New York Knicks roster, you see depth, talent, and star power. You see superstars that should be able to score the ball, and a full second team of important pieces...

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  11. Fantasy Lacrosse: Fielding a Team of Our Favorite Professional Athletes

    As a lacrosse fan, I have always talked with my buddies about a fantasy lacrosse team. A team made up of our favorite athletes from all over the sports universe...

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  12. Konica Minolta Face-off Classic: UMBC Lacrosse Takes on No. 2 Johns Hopkins

    Saturday, six college lacrosse teams will make the trip to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md., for the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic. During the 4 p.m. time slot, UMBC will face No...

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  13. 2012 NFL Free Agents: Why the Giants Should Get Linebacker Gary Brackett

    This afternoon, the Colts released their defensive captain Gary Brackett . The seasoned veteran was an integral part of the Colts' victory in Super Bowl XLI, and he has since been the heart of the Colts' defense...

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  14. Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic: No. 3 Cornell Takes on No. 1 Virginia

    Saturday, six teams will make the trip to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland for the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic. In the 1:30 p.m. time slot, Virginia will face Cornell in a big-time matchup between national title contenders...

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  15. Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic: No. 12 Princeton to Face No. 8 North Carolina

    Saturday, six teams will make the trip to M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland for the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic. During the 11 a.m. time slot, UNC will face Princeton in one of the more intriguing games of the weekend...

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  16. NCAA Men's Lacrosse: Wednesday Night Division I Recap

    Coming into the meat of the regular season, personnel decisions must be ironed out, leaders must emerge, and every game gains importance...

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  17. Cornell Attackman Rob Pannell Breaks Foot, Will Miss 6 Weeks

    Unanimous All-American and Player of the Year contender Rob Pannell will miss significant time due to a broken bone in his foot. The 5'10", 180 pound senior was hurt against Army last weekend, and required surgery to repair the damage...

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  18. NCAA Men's Lacrosse: Slumping UNC Loses Its Second Straight

    Coming into 2012, there was no roster more talented than that of the North Carolina Tar Heels. A sure national championship contender, this was the year for the Heels to take the nation by storm...

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  19. NCAA Lacrosse: Rutgers Men Travel to Army for Tuesday Night Matchup

    With new head coach Brian Brecht at the helm, Rutgers University Men's Lacrosse is looking to start the season with a 5-2 record as they travel to meet the Black Knights of Army...

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  20. Updated Top 10 Rankings in Men's Division I Lacrosse

    This past weekend was full of predictable outcomes and stunning upsets. As the season rolls along, the picture of the national lacrosse landscape becomes clearer...

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  21. Johns Hopkins vs. Princeton: Princeton Tigers Seek 4th Straight Win in Rivalry

    In a classic NCAA lacrosse rivalry, the No. 2 ranked Johns Hopkins Blue Jays make the trip to New Jersey to face off against the No. 11 Princeton University Tigers. Faceoff is set for tonight (March 2) at 5 p...

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  22. NCAA Men's Lacrosse: No. 11 Princeton Tigers Beat Manhattan Jaspers 13-7

    For the Princeton Tigers, a 2-0 start to the season is a welcome one. After an abysmal 1-5 start in 2011, Princeton was looking to stay true to their new-and-improved form as they hosted the Manhattan College Jaspers on Tuesday afternoon...

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  23. NCAA Men's Lacrosse: Princeton Handles Hofstra 12-6 in 2012 Season Opener

    The Princeton Tigers had a lot to prove coming into 2012, coming off of a 4-8 season and missing the NCAA Tournament last year...

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  24. 6 Good Reasons to Be Optimistic About Rutgers Football in 2012

    Another season is in the books, and this time, it was a memorable one. After an abysmal 4-8 record in 2010, Greg Schiano and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights were able to come back strong and finish 9-4 in 2011...

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