Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Tuesday, May 24


Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:

1. The Atlantic 10 has added men’s lacrosse. Big move for Division I lacrosse.

A-10 programs UMass, Saint Bonaventure, Richmond and Saint Joseph’s will join the conference, as will affiliate members Hobart and High Point. Click here for more on the news from the Atlantic-10.

2. A wild weekend in the NLL ends with Buffalo headed to the NLL Cup and San Diego staying alive.

Jack Goods returns with a recap of a weekend that saw Buffalo hold on after a Toronto equalizer was waved off. Also, Dane Dobbie’s epic goal in overtime sealed a Seals’ win and forced a Game 3. Click here for more.

3. Maryland is on a potential path to greatness, while three spoilers are eager to stop history.

Patrick Stevens checks in with observations from a busy quarterfinal weekend in Hempstead and Ohio State.

4. The top four teams have advanced to Championship Weekend in Division I women’s lacrosse.

Will it be North Carolina completing an unbeaten season? Or will Boston College repeat? Maybe, it’s Maryland’s return to glory? Kenny DeJohn analyzes what went down in Thursday’s quarterfinals.







WHAT WE’RE READING

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Somewhere Paul Carcaterra is going crazy. Yorktown downs John Jay in overtime.

WHAT’S ON TAP

  • Jules Heningburg is the guest on "Overtime." Give a listen on Apple and Spotify today.
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