Unseeded Syracuse joins top three seeds in NCAA women's lacrosse Final Four | syracuse.com
Terrapins coach Cathy Reese is certain her team won’t be looking ahead to Sunday’s championship game, especially because the players know relatively little about Syracuse. "Our teams have not had that opportunity to compete against each other during the regular season," Reese said, "so this will be a new look for us and a new challenge. Our team is excited and looking forward to it."
Liz Hogan stars in goal for SU women | democratandchronicle.com | Democrat and Chronicle
"Then my mom says, 'Liz, one day you can play for Syracuse!'" Hogan recalled. "I told her she was out of her mind. It was crazy. There's no way I'd ever have that opportunity." That was four years ago, and mother definitely knew best. Hogan isn't just playing for SU, she's a major reason the Orange are playing in this weekend's NCAA Division I Final Four.
Landmark national honors for Syracuse lacrosse's John Galloway, Joel White | syracuse.com
"The postseason awards continued to roll in for juniors Joel White (Cortland) and John Galloway (West Genesee) today. White was honored by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association with the Lt. Donald C. MacLaughlin Jr. Award as the nation’s best midfielder, and Galloway received the organization’s Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award as the nation’s top goaltender."
WLax: Scouting Syracuse " Terrapin Trail
Behind enemy lines: With the Terrapin women’s lacrosse semifinals matchup with Syracuse just a day away, here’s a scouting report regarding the Orange.
Can't seem to embed this video, but thought you might enjoy WJZ-13 - Baltimore's CBS affiliate, discussing the women's lacrosse Final 4 coming to Towson tonight.