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Get to know the NCAA lacrosse final four teams

Whether you are an NCAA lacrosse junkie or tuning in for the first time this season, the final four has something for you. Get to know the teams and make your picks for championship weekend.

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Georgia sweeps No. 1 Florida to reach WCWS

That 16th-seeded Georgia swept top-seeded and two-time defending champion Florida is stunning enough. But to do it with a pinch-hit walk-off homer? That's downright astonishing.

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Baylor hasn't gone far enough

Baylor can't move forward with old pieces in place, Jane McManus writes. Any employee who participated in the actions detailed in the report -- or knew about them -- must go.

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Follow Jennifer Cohen's first day as UW AD

From being introduced as Washington's new athletic director to watching the women's golf team win the NCAA championship, Jennifer Cohen had a whirlwind first day on the job.

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LSU outlasts Florida to earn 14-inning comeback win (5:27)
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Alleged UM wrestling Xanax ring under inquiry

The University of Minnesota said it "takes allegations of this nature seriously" and that police are investigating after allegations that members of the wrestling team sold and abused Xanax.

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4dSam Strong

Brown's Molloy likely out of lacrosse Final Four

Brown attackman Dylan Molloy, the nation's leader in points and assists, is unlikely to play in Saturday's national lacrosse semifinal against top seed Maryland.

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Flashback: Duke wins national title in five seconds (0:29)
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College baseball outfielder extends for phenomenal catch (0:30)
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Week 3 winner (0:49)
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4dEric Sorenson

Louisville takes over the top spot

Just in time for conference tournaments this week, a new No. 1 reigns supreme. With a strong finish to the regular season, Louisville jumped Florida in the final ESPN Power Rankings.

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Duke's Carta wins golf title with record-low score

Duke freshman Virginia Elena Carta finished at 16-under 272 for the lowest score in NCAA history, winning the individual title Monday as the Blue Devils advanced to match play.

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Ole Miss gets out of inning with beautiful catch (0:24)
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Incredible diving catch in softball (0:46)
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Shelby Erdahl on race: 'Just got to keep going' (2:07)
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Stanford takes NCAA women's tennis title

Stanford's Taylor Davidson fought off a match point for 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 victory over Oklahoma State's Vladica Babic that gave the Cardinal a 4-3 win and their 18th NCAA women's tennis championship

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Kasey Cooper has hitting down to a science

Kasey Cooper is a mechanical engineering major at Auburn and the most productive hitter in the best conference. Combine those things, and you get the espnW softball player of the year.

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Vanderbilt pulls off triple steal (0:37)
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The science of a lacrosse goalie (3:17)
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Army softball player gets some serious air to avoid tag (0:19)
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16dLester Munson

Munson: NCAA weighs dicey court filing

The NCAA faces a difficult decision that could either lead to the preservation of the organization's idea of athletic amateurism or radically transform college sports.

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