Lacrosse Archive: Feb. / March / April 2007
Hopkins Edges Towson, Again
The Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team defeated Towson, 9-7, on Saturday, stretching the Blue Jays' winning streak over the Tigers to 12.
UMBC Ready to Take Next Step
If history has anything to say about college lacrosse, it is that the UMBC Retrievers and coach Don Zimmerman must always be taken seriously.
Blue Jays Squeak By Navy
Johns Hopkins, ranked seventh in the nation, defeated No. 8 Navy, 10-9, Saturday. The Blue Jays have won 33 straight games in this series dating back to 1974.
Jays Shush Murmurs With Win
When the Blue Jays concluded their game against the Maryland Terrapins, Johns Hopkins had halted one of its worst losing skids in seven years.
Greer Bedevils Jays' Game Plan
With only single-goal losses to Cornell and Loyola so far this season, Duke's lacrosse team has made a firm purpose of amendment that has swamped several victims, the latest being the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays last Saturday.
College Lacrosse Roundup
The No. 12 Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team downed No. 15 Denver last Sunday, while the Towson men's lacrosse team improved to 2-0 in the CAA. Check out all the local college lacrosse action, and more.
For Tigers, A Griebe Is A Griebe
Co-captain Bobby Griebe is following in his father's footsteps at Towson.
Clinic Is All About Sticks, Not Stones
Nearly 200 city middle school children ignored the rain last Saturday and took part in the first Baltimore Youth Lacrosse League Clinic at Patterson Park.
• For The Love Of The Game
Call To Arms For Sieverts, Terps
The elimination of Butler's lacrosse program brought Jeremy Sieverts to Maryland, and he's wasted no time making himself useful, including last weekend's three-goal performance in the Terps' 11-7 win over UMBC.
Petro's Life Lessons
There's an adage that says great athletes are born, not made. There's another that says great coaches are made, not born. Dave Pietramala is proof of both.
Hopkins, Loyola Heating Up
With the first quarter of the 2007 men’s college lacrosse season in the books, two local programs have broken out and turned up the heat.
Face-Off Classic Brings Record Crowd
A regular-season record crowd of more than 20,000 got their money's worth last Saturday as Johns Hopkins pulled out a double-OT win over Princeton, 7-6.
Early Showdown: Terps vs. Tigers
Saturday’s game between the Towson Tigers and the Maryland Terrapins could be of subtle but critical importance to both programs.
Hoyas Reap Benefit of Early Upsets
With top-ranked Virginia, Syracuse and Johns Hopkins wounded by unpredictable early season upsets, Georgetown is in an enviable position in the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse standings after beating Maryland for the first time ever last week.
• Plus: Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Classic Special Supplement (pdf)
LAX! Time to Dust off the Sticks
The NCAA men's lacrosse championship returns to Baltimore Memorial Day Weekend, and a number of local schools are hoping to be a part of the action.
• 2007 Men's Lacrosse Schedules
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