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John Smallwood: Denver is first team that is not from the East Coast to win the Division I men's lacrosse title.
Maryland beat North Carolina for its second straight national title and its 12th all-time.
Rutgers University is looking into the arrest over the weekend of football player Darian Dailey on armed robbery charges in Florida. "Once those facts...
Rysheed Jordan could be ruled academically ineligible to play for St. John's this fall, according to a report.
Cortland beat Trinity, 17-6, to capture the first NCAA Division III title in program history.
Limestone won its second consecutive NCAA Division II championship. Tufts earned its second straight title.
Either Denver will win its first ever title or Maryland will end a decades-long drought.
Matt Rambo said he was looking forward to playing in front of his hometown fans earlier in the week.
After allowing victory to slip away in regulation, Denver’s Wesley Berg made sure it wouldn’t in overtime.
Maryland women's lacrosse coach Cathy Reese didn't watch a second of North Carolina-Duke on Saturday.
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