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By Sports Digest | April 5, 2010
The No. 6 Duke (9-3) men won their seventh straight game and fourth in nine days with a 16-7 rout of visiting Jacksonville (4-6). Blue Devils senior Mike Catalino led all goal scorers with a season-high three; seniors Max Quinzani and Ned Crotty each added two goals and two assists. More men: Brian Douglass scored six goals to carry host Yale (6-2) to a 12-8 victory over Detroit Mercy (2-8). Women: No. 3 North Carolina (10-1) rolled to a 16-2 victory at Old Dominion (2-6)
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2011
The Chesapeake Bayhawks had everything set for a case of déjà vu as they began defense of their Major League Lacrosse title in Saturday's semifinal rematch against the Boston Cannons in rain-soaked Annapolis. Boston attackman Max Quinzani had a different outcome in mind. Quinzani's goal with 1.5 seconds left in the fourth quarter Saturday put an abrupt end to the Bayhawks' season, as the Cannons advanced to Sunday's championship game with a thrilling 14-13 win in front of a sparse crowd at Navy-Marine CorpsMemorial Stadium.
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By From Sun staff reports | May 15, 2010
Johns Hopkins couldn't keep up with Max Quinzani, Ned Crotty and fifth seed Duke, falling, 18-5, in the first round of the Division I tournament Saturday. Quinzani scored four goals and Crotty added two goals and six assists as the Blue Devils (13-4) used a 12-0 run to pull away from the Blue Jays (7-8). Duke moves on to next week's quarterfinals, where it will face the winner of the first round game between North Carolina and Delaware. After falling behind 5-2 late in the first quarter, the Blue Jays got two goals from Tom Palasek sandwiched around a score from the Blue Devils' Robert Rotanz to make the score 6-4 with 11 minutes left in the second quarter.
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May 30, 2010
The road to redemption came to an abrupt and unfulfilling end for the Virginia men's lacrosse team. The top-seeded Cavaliers could not protect a three-goal lead in the third quarter, and senior attackman Max Quinzani's goal with 12 seconds left in the fourth quarter lifted No. 5 seed Duke to a 14-13 victory in a NCAA Tournament semifinal at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore Saturday night. The Blue Devils (15-4) earned a berth in the championship final against unseeded Notre Dame (10-6)
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May 16, 2010
DURHAM, N.C. — Juking and twisting, avoiding stick checks and shoves, attackmen for the Duke men's lacrosse team were unstoppable Saturday afternoon. Scoring in droves, they led the Blue Devils to an 18-5 win over Johns Hopkins at Koskinen Stadium, securing their first NCAA tournament victory over the vaunted Blue Jays program since 1997. The No. 5 seeded Devils (13-4) advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament, where they await the winner of today's game between No. 4 seed North Carolina and Delaware.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 21, 2010
Zach Brenneman had three goals to lead the No. 8 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team to an 11-7 upset of top-ranked Duke on Saturday at the Blue Devils' Koskinen Stadium. The Fighting Irish (1-0) outscored the Blue Devils (1-1) 5-2 in the second half and never trailed in the game. "We literally could not run past their guys," Duke coach John Danowski said. "Individually, their scheme was very different from what we saw last week. Today we needed to run past people, and today I thought Notre Dame was just better than us."
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | May 22, 2010
No. 5 Duke scored four straight goals in the first eight minutes of the fourth quarter to take control of the game, and easily defeat No. 4 North Carolina, 17-9, Saturday in the second NCAA Division I' mens' quarterfinal played at Princeton Stadium. The pesky Tar Heels (13-3) hung around for three quarters, but they couldn't counter or slow Duke's high-powered offense in the fourth quarter. Blue Devils (14-4) senior attackman Max Quinzani scored Duke's first two goals of the fourth quarter, one on a fast break, and the other from in close, as the Blue Devils went ahead, 14-8, with 11:26 remaining in the game.
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By From Sun staff reports | February 20, 2010
Zach Brenneman had a hat trick to lead the No. 8 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team to an 11-7 upset of top-ranked Duke on Saturday at the Blue Devils' Koskinen Stadium. The Fighting Irish (1-0) outscored the Blue Devils (1-1) 5-2 in the second half and never trailed in the game. "We literally could not run past their guys," Duke coach John Danowski said. "Individually, their scheme was very different from what we saw last week. Today we needed to run past people and today I thought Notre Dame was just better than us."
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2011
The Chesapeake Bayhawks had everything set for a case of déjà vu as they began defense of their Major League Lacrosse title in Saturday's semifinal rematch against the Boston Cannons in rain-soaked Annapolis. Boston attackman Max Quinzani had a different outcome in mind. Quinzani's goal with 1.5 seconds left in the fourth quarter Saturday put an abrupt end to the Bayhawks' season, as the Cannons advanced to Sunday's championship game with a thrilling 14-13 win in front of a sparse crowd at Navy-Marine CorpsMemorial Stadium.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | May 29, 2010
The road to redemption came to an abrupt and unfulfilling end for the Virginia men's lacrosse team. The top-seeded Cavaliers could not protect a three-goal lead in the third quarter, and senior attackman Max Quinzani's goal with 12 seconds left in the fourth quarter lifted No. 5 seed Duke to a 14-13 victory in a NCAA Tournament semifinal at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore Saturday night. The Blue Devils (15-4) earned a berth in the championship final against unseeded Notre Dame (10-6)
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | May 29, 2010
The road to redemption came to an abrupt and unfulfilling end for the Virginia men's lacrosse team. The top-seeded Cavaliers could not protect a three-goal lead in the third quarter, and senior attackman Max Quinzani's goal with 12 seconds left in the fourth quarter lifted No. 5 seed Duke to a 14-13 victory in a NCAA Tournament semifinal at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore Saturday night. The Blue Devils (15-4) earned a berth in the championship final against unseeded Notre Dame (10-6)
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2010
No. 5 Duke scored four straight goals in the first eight minutes of the fourth quarter to take control of the game, and easily defeat No. 4 North Carolina, 17-9, Saturday in the second NCAA Division I men's quarterfinal played at Princeton Stadium. The pesky Tar Heels (13-3) hung around for three quarters, but they couldn't counter or slow Duke's high-powered offense in the fourth quarter. Blue Devils (14-4) senior attackman Max Quinzani scored Duke's first two goals of the fourth quarter, one on a fast break, and the other from in close, as the Blue Devils went ahead 14-8 with 11:26 remaining in the game.
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May 16, 2010
DURHAM, N.C. — Juking and twisting, avoiding stick checks and shoves, attackmen for the Duke men's lacrosse team were unstoppable Saturday afternoon. Scoring in droves, they led the Blue Devils to an 18-5 win over Johns Hopkins at Koskinen Stadium, securing their first NCAA tournament victory over the vaunted Blue Jays program since 1997. The No. 5 seeded Devils (13-4) advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament, where they await the winner of today's game between No. 4 seed North Carolina and Delaware.
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By From Sun staff reports | May 15, 2010
Johns Hopkins couldn't keep up with Max Quinzani, Ned Crotty and fifth seed Duke, falling, 18-5, in the first round of the Division I tournament Saturday. Quinzani scored four goals and Crotty added two goals and six assists as the Blue Devils (13-4) used a 12-0 run to pull away from the Blue Jays (7-8). Duke moves on to next week's quarterfinals, where it will face the winner of the first round game between North Carolina and Delaware. After falling behind 5-2 late in the first quarter, the Blue Jays got two goals from Tom Palasek sandwiched around a score from the Blue Devils' Robert Rotanz to make the score 6-4 with 11 minutes left in the second quarter.
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By Sports Digest | April 5, 2010
The No. 6 Duke (9-3) men won their seventh straight game and fourth in nine days with a 16-7 rout of visiting Jacksonville (4-6). Blue Devils senior Mike Catalino led all goal scorers with a season-high three; seniors Max Quinzani and Ned Crotty each added two goals and two assists. More men: Brian Douglass scored six goals to carry host Yale (6-2) to a 12-8 victory over Detroit Mercy (2-8). Women: No. 3 North Carolina (10-1) rolled to a 16-2 victory at Old Dominion (2-6)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg | kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | March 14, 2010
For a brief moment Saturday, the No. 10 Loyola Greyhound lacrosse program felt like the king of the world. Despite miserable weather, a huge crowd showed up to celebrate the opening of the Ridley Athletic Complex, the university's $62 million athletic facility. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Archbishop Edwin O'Brien were on hand for the stadium's dedication, and students and alums bellowed with excitement through the wind and rain as Loyola won the opening faceoff against No. 8 Duke.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg | kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | March 14, 2010
For a brief moment Saturday, the No. 10 Loyola Greyhound lacrosse program felt like the king of the world. Despite miserable weather, a huge crowd showed up to celebrate the opening of the Ridley Athletic Complex, the university's $62 million athletic facility. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Archbishop Edwin O'Brien were on hand for the stadium's dedication, and students and alums bellowed with excitement through the wind and rain as Loyola won the opening faceoff against No. 8 Duke.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 13, 2010
For a brief moment Saturday, the No. 10 Loyola Greyhound lacrosse program felt like the king of the world. Despite miserable weather, a huge crowd showed up to celebrate the opening of the Ridley Athletic Complex, the university's $62 million athletic facility. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Archbishop Edwin O'Brien were on hand for the stadium's dedication, and students and alums bellowed with excitement through the wind and rain as Loyola won the opening faceoff against No. 8 Duke.
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