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That was the harm done by cases like the Duke lacrosse scandal, the UVA rape case, the Tawana Brawley accusations, and many others.
Loyola Maryland women's lacrosse coach Jen Adams and former Greyhounds All-American Stacey Morlang Sullivan were named co-coaches of the 2019 under-19 Australian women's national team, the Australian Lacrosse Association announced.
Since their inception as NCAA programs six years ago, the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams and their 90-plus student athletes have not had locker rooms.
The lacrosse team has made two straight NCAA tournament appearances.
He had been prescribed an opioid painkiller after a high school lacrosse injury and then secretively became a drug abuser, according to his lawyer, public defender Sarah Newhall.
This week opened with another member of Moeller’s state-champion lacrosse team committing to a Division I program.
In his time in Blacksburg, Babcock hired Buzz Williams as men's basketball coach and he's taken the Hokies to the NCAA Tournament, hired Justin Fuente as football coach, and made hires in baseball, women's basketball and women's lacrosse.
About six weeks after surgery, Andrea, who also plays lacrosse, was cleared to return to cross country.
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