Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix For Wednesday, Oct. 5

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Good morning. Here's the latest from the lacrosse world:

1. Who will step up in UNC’s post-Chris-Gray era?

Gray set the NCAA scoring record last season, capping a two-year run where he was the leader of the Tar Heels offense. Now with Gray graduated, a new crop of offensive talents will emerge. Click here for a fall ball check-in on UNC.

2. James Madison is going back to basics after a disappointing end to 2022.

The Dukes were encouraged by a fall ball win over Maryland last weekend — a stepping stone to what Shelley Klaes hopes is a strong effort in 2023. Click here for more on JMU.

3. A new generation of U.S. women’s national team players is ready to take the stage at Fall Classic.

With greats like Taylor Cummings and Kayla Treanor retired, names like Charlotte North, Ally Mastroianni and Sam Apuzzo will form a talented core. Click here for who’s next for the U.S. women.







WHAT WE’RE READING

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Paul Rabil and Brodie Merrill reflect on the 1998 world championship final — which sparked the interest on children across the country.

WHAT’S ON TAP

  • Fall check-ins with the Maryland women and Johns Hopkins men.

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