NCAA lacrosse previews: Division II and III national championships at the Linc

The title-game doubleheader will start at 1 o'clock on Sunday.

NCAA lacrosse previews: Division II and III national championships at the Linc

The title-game doubleheader will start at 1 o'clock on Sunday.

NCAA lacrosse Final Four preview: Penn State vs. Yale, Duke vs. Virginia

The semifinals will begin at noon Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field.

NCAA lacrosse Final Four preview: Penn State vs. Yale, Duke vs. Virginia

The semifinals will begin at noon Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field.

NCAA lacrosse championships: Cabrini excited to play at Linc for Division III title

Paced by Jordan Krug, who scored 80 goals, Cabrini was among the top offensive programs in Division III and even better on defense. Sunday's final is 4 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field.

NCAA lacrosse championships: Cabrini excited to play at Linc for Division III title

Paced by Jordan Krug, who scored 80 goals, Cabrini was among the top offensive programs in Division III and even better on defense. Sunday's final is 4 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field.
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Duke kept Aitken, a national player of the year candidate, under wraps just over a month ago. The Cavaliers and Blue Devils will settle things Saturday at the Linc.

Pennridge’s Nick Tarburton takes on a new position at defensive end for Penn State

Tarburton was a hard-hitting, two-time All-State linebacker at Pennridge High School. He agreed last year to switch to defensive end for Penn State, and hopes to get a spot in the rotation at that position in the 2019 season.

NCAA lacrosse Final Four: A decade’s worth of progress has led Penn State to the top, with a title in sight

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Returning home was more of a bonus than a reason for the transfer, the Hatboro-Horsham grad said.

The Arcidiacono clan has become ‘Villanova royalty’ and one of Philly basketball’s first families

Chris Arcidiacono is about to follow in his brother Ryan's footsteps with a basketball scholarship to Villanova. The last two generations of the their family have more than a dozen college athletes.

Villanova gets commitment from Caleb Daniels, Tulane’s leading scorer in the 2018-19 season

Caleb Daniels was one of the few bright spots for a Green Wave team that went 4-27 last season, averaging 16.9 points per game. He will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Wildcats.

National women’s fencing coach resigns after questioning sex harassment, abuse claim against Penn State assistant

Ed Korfanty, the national coach of the U.S. Women's Saber team, resigned over the weekend after speaking about a North Carolina woman's sexual misconduct complaint against a Penn State assistant coach. Korfanty told the Inquirer he didn't know who to believe.

Gavin White Jr., Temple athletic director who hired John Chaney, dies at 93

White served more than 30 years as a Temple coach and administrator.

Jalen Brunson to participate in graduation ceremonies nearly a year after being drafted by Dallas Mavericks

Brunson earned his degree in three years, but was unable to participate in graduation ceremonies because of attending the NBA combine.

Penn State quarterback Tommy Stevens transfers to Mississippi State, reunites with Joe Moorhead

Stevens decided to leave the Nittany Lions following the conclusion of spring practice after head coach James Franklin said he will hold a "true competition" at quarterback in preseason camp.

Temple basketball to take summer trip to the Bahamas

The Owls will play three games against Bahamian select teams in August.

Penn State fencing coach failed to report assistant who groped, harassed woman on plane, complaint alleges

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