It's an understandable topic, really. Charles Hinkle, he of the 18.4 points per game, has graduated from American.
This offseason stings. It's not because the American University women's basketball team lost a shot at its first NCAA tournament appearance. It's because the Eagles lost Kayla.
Loyola is the No. 1 seed. Massachusetts is unbeaten. Virginia is the defending champion. Duke, Johns Hopkins and Notre Dame enjoyed strong stretches this season. There are plenty of contenders in the NCAA lacrosse tournament. But is there a true favorite?
The pivotal juncture of Rick Sowell's first year as Navy's lacrosse coach didn't unfold in a game or at practice, and it wasn't a byproduct of any speech to his team.
The Lehigh Mountain Hawks said they weren't afraid of mighty Duke.
C.J. McCollum scored 30 points and Lehigh upset Duke 75-70 to become the second No. 15 seed to beat a No. 2 during a wild Friday in the NCAA tournament.
Minutes after it was announced that fifth-ranked Maryland would play Navy in the first round of the NCAA women's tournament, the Terps' Tianna Hawkins was asked what she knew about the Midshipmen.
Lehigh, which defeated Bucknell in an upset last Wednesday to win the Patriot League tournament title, has been given a No. 15 seed, and will play Duke in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Navy picked the ideal time to begin playing its best basketball of the season.