Dialed In: Your Lacrosse Fix for Thursday, April 22

Emily Hawryschuk is returning to Syracuse to use her sixth year of eligibility in 2022. (Photo by John Strohsacker)

Good morning. Here’s the latest from around the lacrosse world:

1.  Emily Hawryschuk is coming back.

Two months ago when Syracuse’s Emily Hawryschuk announced the torn ACL she suffered in practice before the Orange’s second game would keep her out the rest of the season, she ended on a positive note. “#51 is not signing off just yet.”

The statement was a sign of things to come.

Hawryschuk, one of the best players in the college game, announced on her social media platforms Wednesday afternoon that she will use her sixth year of eligibility to play a final season in the Carrier Dome for Gary Gait. 

Full report here.

2Select Ivy League teams are back on the field.

Nestled in the announcement that league play would not take place in 2021, the Ivy League did offer the possibility of local competition that met state and school guidelines. That possibility will hopefully become a reality this weekend. Brown’s men’s team will play Boston U on Friday night at Nickerson Field.

After being ranked in the Top 20 in most preseason polls, Penn will take on D-III Cabrini at 6:30 p.m. on the Atlantic East Network. The Dartmouth men host Tufts on Sunday at 3 p.m.

The Penn women’s team, the first Ivy League lacrosse team to put games on the schedule in 2021, faces LaSalle at 4 p.m. today at Franklin Field. The game will be streamed on ESPN+.

Full TV listings guide here.

3. Taylor Moreno has earned the trust of her coaches and teammates alike in Chapel Hill with artistic talent off the field and her ability to turn into a brick wall on it.

Learn more about the many talents of UNC’s senior netminder, who ranks second in Division I in save percentage and goals against average this spring, in the feature story from the April edition of US Lacrosse Magazine.

4. There were no shortage of outstanding performances at the high school level last week. Here are some of the best.

Boys | Girls

5. St. Paul’s girls’ lacrosse pulled the upset of the year yesterday afternoon when it stunned national No. 1 McDonogh 16-9. It is the Eagles’ first regular-season loss since 2009.

St. Paul’s, which entered the game 6-0 and had cracked the Top 10 in this week’s Nike / US Lacrosse High School Girls’ National Top 25, is bound to climb even higher.

6. Navy’s one-goal win over Loyola, two weekends after losing 14-10 to the Greyhounds, could be viewed as a breakthrough for Joe Amplo in his second season in Annapolis. He’d prefer to view it as a building block.

More on Navy’s progress here from Patrick Stevens as the Midshipmen prepare for Army Saturday in Annapolis.


  • Brown sophomore attacker Gabby Satori with a first-person essay on what it’s like to watch her peers play while some Ivies sit out. The Impenetrable Sideline.

  • Jordan Wolf details on “Overtime” with Paul Carcaterra what it’s like to get “beat up” by Tucker Durkin between the lines.

  • The latest iteration of bracketology from Patrick Stevens asks, “What should we make of Maryland?”

  • A report from Inside Lacrosse’s Terry Foy on the potential venues for the opening round of this year’s NCAA Division I tournaments.

  • Rutgers’ Melissa Lehman tells Ella Brockway how the Scarlet Knights are using a “brick-by-brick” mentality to climb the Big Ten ladder.

  • Amari Pollard dives into the ramifications of redlining on the composition of lacrosse teams. 


Harlem Lacrosse is changing the sport for the better.


  • The latest installment of bracketology for the women’s field drops.

  • Thursday night lacrosse is back with No. 2 Notre Dame at No. 3 Duke in a rematch of Notre Dame’s wild win. Also Thursday, No. 3 Syracuse faces No. 4 Boston College in a pivotal women’s matchup.


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