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Latest Dave Urick Items
Kevin Warne noticed when the Georgetown lacrosse job opened last month when Dave Urick retired.
As much as anything, Georgetown's hire of Dave Urick as its men's lacrosse coach more than two decades ago was an indication the school was willing to commit to the sport.
It was as pleasing a premature end as Georgetown could have scripted, a 13-8 dismissal of a perennial punching bag Friday night.
The Big East's first men's lacrosse tournament will unfold early next month, the latest step in the commitment of the big-name league to the sport.
The only Division I men's lacrosse programs inside the Beltway will meet for the 10th straight season Friday — and perhaps for the last time in a long while.
The Navy lacrosse job opened precisely a month ago. At the time, Rick Sowell casually thought the position could be a great opportunity.
The burgeoning list of nonconference victims for the ACC's lacrosse teams grows every week.