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Between the close losses and the turnovers head coach Brian Brecht has been scratching his head, but he may have found the remedy this week in advance of the Knights matchup with No. 3 Maryland.
Senior midfielder Brian Goss has played in every game since arriving on the banks. Goss has started 55 of the 57 consecutive games he has played in.
Junior thrower Joseph Velez set a new record in the hammer throw for the second time this season with a toss of 63.82 meters.
Senior midfielder Brian Goss is looking forward to his return to the midwest after growing up an hour outside of Chicago in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Goss says he will have several family and friends on hand and he is excited to play close to home.
Senior faceoff specialist Joe Nardella ranks first in the nation in wins, third in winning percentage and first in ground balls.
Sophomore Chris Laviano enters the spring with the most experience at quarterback. In limited action last season, Laviano completed 11-of-28 passes for 107 yards and one interception.
Junior hammer-thrower Joseph Velez finished in fifth place at the Raleigh Relays March 27-28, tossing the weight 62.87 meters.
Senior faceoff specialist Joe Nardella evades a defender in the first game in the history of Big Ten Lacrosse. The Knights were edged by No. 20 Johns Hopkins March 28, 9-7. Nardella managed two assists in defeat.
Junior thrower Joseph Velez says he is excited for the outdoor season because it gives him the chance to throw the hammer.
Junior sprinter Rajee Dunbar leads the charge as he makes the turn in the 4x400-relay race at the IC4A Championships in Boston.
Despite earning a qualification to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships, junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti made it clear that he isn't satisfied with just that accomplishment.
Redshirt-freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault said he's ready for the postseason, beginning with the Big Ten Championships this weekend.
Junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti says he has been waiting his entire life to compete at the Big Ten Championships.
Pen Farthing, a former Marine, founder of Afghani animal shelter “Nowzad Dogs” and CNN’s 2014 “Hero of the Year,” spoke about his deployment in Afghanistan in 2006 and his journey as an accomplished individual since then at the 2015 Mark Leadership Conference, a day-long event Feb. 28 at the Livingston Student Center. MICHELLE KLEJMONT / MANAGING EDITOR