Good morning. Right here’s the most recent from across the lacrosse world:
1. Don’t even trouble making an attempt to make predictions within the Massive Ten anymore.
Within the newest instance how each workforce apart from Northwestern is inclined to an upset, unranked Johns Hopkins took down No. 19 Penn State 13-10 Wednesday night at Homewood Discipline.
After Kristin O’Neill tied the rating at 4 with 6:49 left within the first half, Hopkins scored the following 5 targets to take a 9-4 lead. Mackenzie Heldberg made the rating 13-7 later within the sport, and though Maria Auth scored the competition’s ultimate three targets, Penn State couldn’t full a late comeback try.
2. There have been 4 different Division I girls’s video games final night time.
The Drexel girls continued their offensive surge, topping No. 20 Navy 17-8. Drexel, ranked fifteenth, improved to 9-1 behind 5 targets from Lucy Schneidereith, 4 targets from Karson Harris and 5 factors from Colleen Grady. Zoe Bennett made 11 saves.
No. 15 Drexel 17, No. 20 Navy 8
Gardner-Webb 12, Presbyterian 11
Johns Hopkins 13, No. 19 Penn State 10
Mount St. Mary’s 18, LIU 6
Sacred Coronary heart 12, Bryant 11
3. Girls’s bracketology is again.
Though the pandemic has modified nearly every thing, there are nonetheless some constants within the first spherical of girls’s lacrosse bracketology — coming each week till Choice Sunday.
4. Eight extra boys’ and ladies’ lacrosse gamers have earned nationwide recognition.
With the Northeast Area nonetheless ready to get going this spring, our highschool lacrosse contributors named their boys’ and ladies’ gamers of the week within the Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West.
Penn State’s Maria Auth was decided to attain, and she or he wouldn’t even let the bottom cease her.