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Topic: Men’s Lacrosse


M. lax falls to UMass in rainy-day disappointment

March 24, 2010 Comments are Disabled

No. 18 Massachusetts won a battle of momentum shifts with the No. 15 men’s lacrosse team, 11–10, on a rain-soaked Tuesday afternoon. After twice being on the wrong end of one-goal games against the Bears in the past two years, the Minutemen walked off Meister-Kavan Field victorious in the old rivals’ 45th meeting.


No. 16 m. lax scores upset victory over No. 11 Crimson

March 22, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Many things rode on Saturday’s men’s lacrosse game between 11th-ranked Harvard and 16th-ranked Brown. There was a chance to start the Ivy season with a win. A chance to move up in the national rankings. And of course, a chance to taste sweet victory over an archrival. In what has become one of the top lacrosse rivalries in the nation, Bruno earned bragging rights with a 13–11 victory over the Crimson at Harvard Stadium.


Seconds from overtime, w. lax falls, 8-7

March 18, 2010 Comments are Disabled

With the clock ticking down in the last minute, the women’s lacrosse team was tied at seven. Brown got the ball, approached the goal and a foul was called, giving the Bears a penalty shot. But Yale’s goalie saved it and sent it up to her teammates, who had one final shot on goal with nine seconds remaining. It went in.

M. lax shuts down St. Joe’s despite weather

March 15, 2010 Comments are Disabled

The No. 17 men’s lacrosse team demolished St. Joseph’s, 18-4, on a rainy, windswept Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia to advance to 2-1 on the season, but Head Coach Lars Tiffany ’90 was more pleased with his team’s effort than the large margin of victory.

Incessant rain and clouds dampen spirits of w. lacrosse

March 15, 2010 Comments are Disabled

If you were at the women’s lacrosse game on Saturday, you might remember the weather — or be scarred by it.


Parker Brown ’12: For the name on the front, and back, of my jersey

March 15, 2010 Comments are Disabled

The men’s lacrosse team hit mauled St. Joe’s, 18-4, in Philadelphia on Saturday, and Parker Brown ’12 helped lead the Bears’ attack with two goals and two assists. Here is how it went down from his perspective.

Bears come back and defeat Hartford in OT

March 11, 2010 Comments are Disabled

It was fitting that the seesawing battle royale the No. 17 men’s lacrosse team staged with Hartford on Wednesday afternoon would come down to two possessions in overtime.


Bears avenge defeat after long wait

March 8, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Eleven months ago, the women’s lacrosse team left Quinnipiac visibly disappointed by a resounding 11-6 defeat. But what a difference a year can make.


With national hype, national championship hopes for m. lacrosse

March 4, 2010 Comments are Disabled

The chatter around the Brown men’s lacrosse team in anticipation of this season goes far beyond College Hill. ESPN recently said that Brown is “one of the most overlooked teams.” Bruno is ranked 15th in the Nike/Inside Media poll. But Head Coach Lars Tiffany ’90 isn’t letting the nationwide hype get to his team.


For w. lax, old grudges over

March 4, 2010 Comments are Disabled

Playing sports in high school, most athletes probably remember having an arch-nemesis, that player on their rival school’s team that they just couldn’t stand. Maybe they played nasty on the field. Maybe they refused to shake hands post-game. Maybe they were the only other player on the field that could keep up.