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NCAA Lacrosse: Hobart Men’s Lacrosse 2014 Schedule Features Siena, Cornell, Colgate, Brown, Canisius, Bryant, Syracuse And St. Joseph’s


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Legends Of Lacrosse: Hobart Men’s Lacrosse Attacker Rick Gilbert (1971-74) Still Holds NCAA Div II Records For Career Points (444) And Assists (287)


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NCAA Lacrosse: #15 Ohio State Men’s Lacrosse Hosts Hobart On April 6 As Program Celebrates 50th Year And Athletic Department’s 100th Year


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Saturday is the Buckeye men’s lacrosse program’s centennial game as the Ohio State Department of Athletics is celebrating its 100th year as a department and membership in the Big Ten Conference.

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NCAA Lacrosse: #4 Denver Men’s Lacrosse (7-2) Roll To 14-5 Win Over Hobart On March 30


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The No. 4/4 University of Denver men’s lacrosse team had three student-athletes finish with hat tricks to help the Pioneers to a 14-5 win over Hobart on the road in Geneva, N.Y., at Boswell Field on Saturday afternoon. The win improves the Pioneers to 7-2 on the season, 3-0 in Eastern College Athletics Conference play, while Hobart falls to 4-5 on the season, 1-2 in league play.
The Pioneers’ 7-2 start matches Denver’s best start to a season since 2011.
“We’re happy with the win,” said head coach Bill Tierney. “More importantly, it was a complete team effort from every player on the team as we prepared for and played this game. Our goalies were fantastic and Harley did an outstanding job filling in for Drew.”
Sophomore Wesley Berg (Coquitlam, B.C.) led the Pioneers with five points off three goals and two assists, bringing his career hat trick total to nine. Berg now has 29 goals on the season, leading the Pioneers. Sophomore Eric Adamson (Anaheim Hills, Calif.) finished with four points off three goals and an assist, while senior Cameron Flint (Georgetown, Ontario) finished with three goals for his 10th career hat trick.

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“Lacrosse Magazine” January 2013 Issue Released Featuring Northwestern Women’s Lacrosse Middie Taylor Thornton, Loyola And Hobart Men’s Lacrosse, And 2013 MCLA Preview


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COVER STORY — Taylor Made
Northwestern star Taylor Thornton has blazed her own trail from Dallas to Evanston, emerging as the best player in the college game today.
By Clare Lochary
Feel the Burn
Jake and Jesse Bernhardt made it from Florida to Maryland with an insane work ethic in the weight room. How heavy is that walnut and bronze trophy, anyway?
By Matt Forman
Catch Us If You Can
Playing with almost reckless abandon, Loyola’s rope unit — an unusually effective blend of speed, smarts, positioning, finesse and blunt force — can change the complexion of a game at any moment.
By Gary Lambrecht
The Case for Hobart
Once a Division III dynasty, the Statesmen have struggled to keep pace in Division I. After recovering from a much-publicized flip-flop in 2008, will Hobart ever recapture its past glory?
By Gary Lambrecht
One Last Dance
Colorado State standout Hayley Bernstein, Lacrosse Magazine’s WCLA Division I Preseason Player of the Year, experienced something unfamiliar in the offseason — coping with a loss.
By J. Jude Hazard
Pitt Project
NCAA Division I transfers don’t always work out in the MCLA. And then you have Pittsburgh’s Tyler Novotny, a former St. John’s (N.Y.) recruit and Lacrosse Magazine’s MCLA Division I Preseason Player of the Year.
By Jac Coyne
What’s in a Ball?
This story has a happy ending, but Donna Prigmore didn’t know it would on March 11, 2011 — the day her then 17-year-old son Nate almost died from a bleeding brain. His near-death experience and her search for answers shed light on enforcement of NOCSAE’s ball standard.
By Paul Ohanian
We Are US Lacrosse
Dr. Margot Putukian, a leading expert on concussions, keeps lacrosse close to her heart as the chair of US Lacrosse’s Sports Science and Safety Committee.
Your Edge
U.S. U19 team attackman Joey Leonard discusses his unusual journey to Molloy and shares finishing tips, while Syracuse star Alyssa Murray shares her shooting secrets.
The Scoop
Former Syracuse star Jovan Miller’s boycott sheds light on racial sensitivities in lacrosse. Plus, a rising freshman crosses the threshold of the early recruiting calendar.
Give and Go
North Carolina junior faceoff man R.G. Keenan, the Tar Heels’ team chef, talks tasty ‘last’ meal

NCAA Lacrosse: Ohio State Men’s Lacrosse (5-5) Hosts Hobart On April 9


NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Men’s Lacrosse (7-2) Defeated Hobart 15-11 On April 2


Junior Mark Matthews (Oshawa, Ontario) scored five goals and freshman goaltender Jamie Faus (Lakeville, Conn.) had seven saves in No. 12 Denver’s 15-11 win at Hobart this afternoon. The Pioneers improve to 7-2 and 3-0 ECAC

Denver Men's Lacrosse Jr. Attacker Mark Matthews scored 5 goals against Hobart on April 2.

with their fourth straight win, while Hobart falls to 4-5, 1-1.

Hayden Schuette (Encinitas, Calif.) and Cameron Flint (Georgetown, Ontario) added two goals each, while Alex Demopoulos (Canton, Conn.), Todd Baxter (Eden Prairie, Minn.), Taylor Young (Littleton, Colo.) and Harrison Archer (Washington, D.C.) also scored. Jeremy Noble (Orangeville, Ontario) led the assist effort with three, while Demopoulos and Baxter added two each.

Sam Miller and Tim Bigelow led Hobart with three goals each. Evan Kirk made 15 saves in the loss.

“Anytime you can get an important conference win on the road, you take it,” DU head coach Bill Tierney said. “I thought we were brilliant at times, especially after getting into a 6-2 hole. I also thought we lost that composure at times and Hobart was talented enough to pounce on those opportunities. All in all, we return home 3-0 in the league. We are happy to be sitting in that spot and now look forward to a huge nonconference game against the defending national champion Duke Blue Devils.”

Denver trailed 6-2, but stormed back with six unanswered goals to take an 8-6 halftime lead. The Pioneers outscored Hobart, 3-1, in the decisive third quarter en route to the 15-11 win.

The Pioneers won the shot battle 31-18 and held a 47-33 advantage in ground balls.

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