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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
Five months ago, Brian Kelly was tabbed to succeed Kyle Hannan at Goucher as head coach. Kelly, who had spent the previous five years as the team's top offensive assistant, now has the unenviable task of taking over a squad that won four consecutive Landmark Conference regular-season titles and two of the last three league tournament championships and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament last season under Hannan, who was 121-79 in...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2013
Here is the fourth installment of a series that checks in with the eight Division III programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Monday's visit was with McDaniel. Tuesday's visit is with Goucher. REVIEW The good: After attackmen Kyle Boncaro and Rory Averett and midfielder Matt Lynch graduated and head coach Kyle Hannan jumped ship for Division I Mercer, the Gophers were expected to run into a good amount of interference in the Landmark Conference.
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Sun Staff Reports | September 7, 2012
Brian Kelly, hired five years ago to be the top offensive assistant on Kyle Hannan's staff at Goucher, is succeeding Hannan as head coach at Goucher, the school announced Friday. "We are genuinely excited by the prospect of Brian Kelly taking over our men's lacrosse program," athletic director Geoffrey M. Miller said in announcing the hiring. "Following a national search, we feel we found the person internally who can sustain the progress made in recent years and propel us forward to an even higher level.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2013
When Goucher opened the season with a 13-9 victory over Birmingham-Southern, the initial thought was that the team that had captured two of the last three Landmark Conference tournaments might be able to extend that success under Kyle Hannan - who left for Division I Mercer - into 2013. The Gophers then dropped their next six contests before turning the tide with a 5-1 record over their last six games, and they are now tied with Scranton for first place in the conference with identical 4-0 marks.
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By Edward Lee | May 2, 2012
When top-seeded Goucher opens the Landmark Conference tournament Wednesday by welcoming fourth-seeded Catholic to Gopher Stadium in Towson, the Gophers will have more than just homefield advantage on their side. Goucher (15-1 overall and 6-0 in the league) has won all 17 meetings in its series with the Cardinals (9-5, 3-3), including a 14-10 victory on April 14. Gophers coach Kyle Hannan said he's fully expecting a motivated Catholic squad inspired to snap the series skid.
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By Edward Lee | April 20, 2012
Once considered an afterthought, Goucher's second Landmark Conference Tournament championship and automatic qualifier to the NCAA Tournament was waylaid by Scranton's 12-8 upset of the Gophers in the Landmark final last spring. Since that May 7 loss, Goucher (13-1 overall and 4-0 in the league) has been eagerly awaiting a shot at the Royals (8-4, 2-2), who will visit Gopher Stadium in Towson this Saturday. “I think there's been a lot of talk about last year,” coach Kyle Hannan admitted Wednesday.
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By Edward Lee | April 23, 2012
For the fourth year in a row, Goucher will enter the Landmark Conference Tournament as the top seed. Saturday's 13-8 victory over Scranton ensured the Gophers (14-1 overall and 5-0 in the league) of that distinction. But it's an achievement that coach Kyle Hannan avoided trying to place too much of an emphasis on after the win against the Royals. “I'm glad we beat Scranton,” he said. “We still have another Landmark game. That tournament starts quite a ways down the road, a week-and-a-half away.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2013
When Goucher opened the season with a 13-9 victory over Birmingham-Southern, the initial thought was that the team that had captured two of the last three Landmark Conference tournaments might be able to extend that success under Kyle Hannan - who left for Division I Mercer - into 2013. The Gophers then dropped their next six contests before turning the tide with a 5-1 record over their last six games, and they are now tied with Scranton for first place in the conference with identical 4-0 marks.
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By Edward Lee | April 19, 2012
Since dropping an 8-5 decision to Gettysburg Feb. 29, Goucher has ripped off 10 straight victories, setting a new program record. For the Gophers, who share the No. 13 ranking with the Bullets in the latest United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll, the streak is a symbol of pride. “It's exciting,” coach Kyle Hannan said Wednesday afternoon. “I think anytime you're winning, it's very exciting. And they've been meaningful games. That makes it even more special because there have been some Landmark [Conference]
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By Edward Lee | June 27, 2012
Prior to getting a lower seed than Washington College - an opponent that Goucher had defeated, 8-6, on Feb. 25 - in the NCAA tournament for not fielding a terribly impressive strength of schedule, coach Kyle Hannan had already been working on beefing up the team's schedule for 2013. Next year's lineup of non-conference opponents will include several new additions in Stevenson, St. Mary's and McDaniel. Those three teams will be added to a group that already includes the Shoremen, Gettysburg, Mary Washington and Randolph Macon.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2013
When attackmen Rory Averett and Kyle Boncaro and midfielder Matt Lynch graduated after last season, Goucher lost more than 700 career points. So how would the offense respond in 2013? The team caught a glimpse Saturday in a 13-9 victory over Birmingham-Southern in which the offense scored 11 goals in the second half. Junior Pierce Ingram recorded four goals and two assists and senior Zachary Fratella posted three goals from the first midfield, and the starting attack of sophomore Sam Morgan, junior Max Roach and sophomore Dylan Zook combined for four goals and five assists.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
Five months ago, Brian Kelly was tabbed to succeed Kyle Hannan at Goucher as head coach. Kelly, who had spent the previous five years as the team's top offensive assistant, now has the unenviable task of taking over a squad that won four consecutive Landmark Conference regular-season titles and two of the last three league tournament championships and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament last season under Hannan, who was 121-79 in...
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 8, 2013
Friday's entry is the sixth installment of a series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview was published today. This is Goucher's turn. Overview: The Gophers enjoyed unprecedented success last year. The team went 18-2, captured its second Landmark Conference tournament crown in three seasons, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament. But season's end brought the graduation of three of the program's most prolific scorers in attackmen Kyle Boncaro and Rory Averett and midfielder Matt Lynch.
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Sun Staff Reports | September 7, 2012
Brian Kelly, hired five years ago to be the top offensive assistant on Kyle Hannan's staff at Goucher, is succeeding Hannan as head coach at Goucher, the school announced Friday. "We are genuinely excited by the prospect of Brian Kelly taking over our men's lacrosse program," athletic director Geoffrey M. Miller said in announcing the hiring. "Following a national search, we feel we found the person internally who can sustain the progress made in recent years and propel us forward to an even higher level.
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From Sun staff reports | August 2, 2012
Cornell senior attackman Rob Pannell, one of the favorites to win the 2012 Tewaaraton Award before missing most of the season with a broken left foot, has been granted a fifth year of eligibility by the Ivy League. Pannell suffered the injury in the third quarter of the No. 3 Big Red's 18-7 win over Army on March 3. At the time, he was averaging eight points, with seven goals and nine assists in two contests. He underwent surgery, and after weeks of uncertainty about whether he would return,  academically withdrew from Cornell at the end of the semester, leaving open the option of appealing for a fifth year of eligibility.
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By Edward Lee | June 27, 2012
Prior to getting a lower seed than Washington College - an opponent that Goucher had defeated, 8-6, on Feb. 25 - in the NCAA tournament for not fielding a terribly impressive strength of schedule, coach Kyle Hannan had already been working on beefing up the team's schedule for 2013. Next year's lineup of non-conference opponents will include several new additions in Stevenson, St. Mary's and McDaniel. Those three teams will be added to a group that already includes the Shoremen, Gettysburg, Mary Washington and Randolph Macon.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 4, 2011
The Goucher men's lacrosse team advanced to the Landmark Conference tournament final for the third time in four years courtesy of a record-setting performance by Rory Averett. The junior attackman scored a game-high four goals to pace the top-seeded Gophers to an 11-3 dismantling of fourth-seeded Susquehanna before 285 at Gopher Stadium Wednesday. Goucher (11-5 overall and 4-1 in the Landmark) will play host to No. 2 seed Scranton (8-7, 3-2), which defeated No. 3 seed Catholic (11-5, 3-2)
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2010
It took about five minutes for the Goucher College men's lacrosse team to rid itself of big-stage jitters in Saturday's Landmark Conference final. Once the Gophers settled into their game, however, visiting Catholic never had a chance. Playing before the largest home crowd in school history, they held the Cardinals scoreless for a mid-game stretch of more than 27 minutes, scoring seven straight goals in an 11-4 win. Goucher (14-3) earned an automatic bid to the 23-team NCAA Division III tournament and expects to learn its seeding and first-round opponent late today.
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By Edward Lee | May 10, 2012
Second Landmark Conference tournament crown in three years? Check. School-record number of wins in a single season? Check. First NCAA tournament victory? Goucher can now cross that off its to-do list after edging Washington, 5-4, in a first-round contest at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium in Chestertown Wednesday afternoon. The accomplishment may not sound like much to programs like Salisbury, Cortland and Tufts, but try telling that to the Gophers players. “It means everything,” senior attackman Rory Averett said.
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