This Week in the NCAA: Maryland wins women’s lacrosse


Megan Douty, Casey PeppermanIt was a busy week for handing out hardware in the NCAA, with multiple championships decided in baseball, softball, golf and lacrosse.

In Division I lacrosse, the men’s title went to Duke, while the women’s trophy is headed to College Park, as the Maryland Terrapins beat Syracuse in the final.

An unprecedented feat was completed at the Division III level this week as well, as Wisconsin-Whitewater won the D-III baseball title, adding to championships the Warhawks won earlier this school year in football and men’s basketball. UW-Whitewater is the first school in NCAA history to win all three of those championships in a single year.

Kevin Kugler also has details on championships awarded in Division II and III softball, women’s golf and the rest of the lacrosse results. It’s all on This Week in the NCAA.

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On “This Week in the NCAA,” WestwoodOne’s Kevin Kugler highlights unique stories from around the varied and interesting world of college sports.

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