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Topic - John Danowski
Notre Dame is known for its tradition-rich football program. Talk about Duke, and the first thing that comes to mind is a basketball dynasty led by coach Mike Krzyzewski.
It seems like the NCAA can't hold a Final Four in men's lacrosse lately without Duke.
Duke coach John Danowski couldn't explain it. Truth be told, his counterpart at Maryland, John Tillman, couldn't either.
"The kids who come here, we push them from Day One. But they accept that and want to be something that's greater than themselves," Danowski said. "It's just a mix of tremendous character young men and a place that provides them an opportunity to grow."
"It's Duke," coach John Danowski said Monday, shortly after the Blue Devils claimed another national championship with an 11-9 win over Notre Dame.