In case you missed it, here are the top five sports stories of the week.
University Of Maryland’s Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach John Tillman’s Thoughts On Facing Duke In The Final Four
John Tillman, Head Coach of the University Of Maryland’s Men’s Lacrosse team, called into The Norris and Davis show to talk about the team’s upcoming game against Duke in the Final Four of the NCAA Division I Lacrosse Championship.
Loyola Greyhounds Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach, Charley Toomey, called into The Norris and Davis Show to talk about the team’s chances in the Final Four of the Division I Lacrosse National Championship, and how Ray Lewis inspired the team.
Safety advocates hope to teach students about the dangers of texting behind the wheel.
Junior attack Kaitlin Hilldebrand scored three goals and fifth-ranked Trinity College beat top-ranked and previously unbeaten Salisbury University 8-7 to win the NCAA Division III women’s lacrosse championship Sunday.
Katie Schwarzmann had four goals and four assists, and third-seeded Maryland beat in-state foe Loyola
17-11 Saturday to advance to the Final Four of the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament.
Brandon Benn scored five goals as seventh-seeded Johns Hopkins breezed to a 19-9 win over Stony Brook in the opening round of the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament Sunday.
Drew Snider and Joe Cummings combined for five goals, Charlie Raffa won 10 faceoffs, and Niko Amato had six saves as Maryland outlasted Lehigh, 10-9, on Sunday night in the opening round of the NCAA tournament.
The public will have an opportunity to view some evidence from the trial of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend.
A former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend is scheduled to learn his sentencing date.
The punishment is reversed for two high school lacrosse players accused of bringing weapons to a game. The Easton High School students were suspended for carrying a penknife and lighter in their bags.
Major reversal. Suspensions are lifted for two Easton High School lacrosse players punished for carrying a penknife and a lighter in their bags.